Austin is 182 years old, and in that time, certain dishes have stood out amongst the fray as the best, most delicious representations of the city. To help figure out those must-eat meals, Eater put together a handy guide to Austin's most iconic dishes.
The city’s defining dishes range from a mix of old and new. There are quesos from Matt’s El Rancho , migas plates from Cisco’s, Franklin Barbecue’s world-famous briskets, tacos galore, and much more. This update includes the pancakes at Kerbey Lane Cafe and barbecue klobasniky from Kerlackes.
For more defining Austin eats, check out the city's most classic restaurants, iconic meat dishes, barbecue, tacos, burgers, and pizzerias.
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