Went at a peak time. It the chaos was worth it! Got the cheeseburger with avacado and of course get the jalapeño cheese bun not a sandwich like my a-hole friend!
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My stepmother & dad heard about this place on the Texas country reporter. It's a true gem!! Definitely worth the trip. We went tonight which was a Saturday night. We arrived around 6:30pm. The place was packed!! We were a party of 6. We ended...More
We took backroads out of Austin and finally arrived at the Alamo Springs Cafe. It was packed on the Saturday afternoon we were there. All people were friendly in guiding us as to where to go to get on the waiting list. We were able...More
First time experience with the Cafe. Definitely off the beaten path but truly right around the corner from the Old #9 bat cave. We were there on a Thursday July night so two things to keep in mind: 1) people flock to the tunnel to...More
You have to drive 14 miles or so off the main road, but the scenery and the destination are well worth the effort. It's not a super modern place on the outside, and we wondered what the food quality would be like. But an enthusiastic...More
We eat there often. Their burgers are out of this world. Other menu items are great, too. It's a littler off the beaten track, but well worth the ride. Very casual.
Texas monthly (I think) rated one of their hamburgers #2 out of 100 best in Texas. Should have been #1! Not heart healthy but oh so good. Homemade buns (different types), large pattie and your choice of fixins. Homemade fries and onion rings make you...More