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Fed Up In Austin

Whether you're a vegan or carnivore, Austin's a cup, grain or slice of heaven
Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 8.8 miles
Duration: Half day
Family Friendly

Overview :  Austin's culinary diversity is astounding, perhaps in part due to one out of every nine residents of Austin being foreign born. Pick ... more »

Tips:  WEATHER: Austin's weather is unpredictable-except for summer when it is HOT. Austin has an average of 111 days of temperatures 90F ... more »

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Points of Interest

Start your day with a gourmet bottomless cup of coffee for only 2.99, roasted on site by Mozart's very own roast master. Get your sugar fix with a top-notch cannoli or fruit tart while watching folks enjoy Lake Austin from the large deck overlooking Lake Austin. Not a coffee drinker? Great tea selection as well. Pick up a copy of The Austin... More

2. Austin Farmers Market

Austinites pride themselves on being environmentally conscious and the city's locavores know to hit Austin's farm markets early for the best selection. Hill Country Peaches from Fredericksburg, Round Rock Honey, freshly baked Texas French Bread, and organic veggies from farms in East Austin are just a few of the local farm-to-market offerings.... More

No trip to Texas is complete without tasting the state's legendary barbecue fare. Two years after its humble beginning in a food trailer at a parking lot in East Austin in 2009, Franklin's snagged Bon Appetit's title of Best BBQ in the USA. The Washington Post, Texas Monthly, and Cooking Channel joined the chorus singing Franklin Barbecue's... More

Whole Foods began as a small Austin neighborhood grocery in 1980 just blocks from its current world headquarters on North Lamar. Now the world's leading grocer in natural and organic foods, the North Lamar store is an impressive 80,000 square feet of fresh produce, baked- and cooked-on-site foods, and obscure grocery items. The village-style... More

Casa De Luz is Austin's vegan delight. "Always Vegan, Organic, Gluten & Allergen Aware," Casa De Luz, translated as House of Light, proves that healthy eating with a focus on macrobiotics can be tasty eating. The menu changes daily, so check the website for today's fare.

Food for the soul is integral to Casa De Luz's "Health and Community"... More

If barbecue is king in Texas, Tex-Mex must surely be the queen. Chuy's Barton Springs location is where it all begin in 1982 in a defunct barbecue joint. Tex-Mex is influenced by Mexican spices such as cumin, cilantro and chilis, laden with cheese and heavy on the meat. Chuy's "Burritos As Big As Yo' Face," homemade blue corn tortillas and a... More