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Thick-cut fries tossed with garlic? Check. Excellent beer? Check. Austin’s best burger? According to @atxhappy, you’ll find all three at Black Star Co-op, 7020 Easy Wind Drive.
You can go to Elizabeth Street Cafe on South First Street and get pho, noodles, fine pastries, a burger, Vietnamese coffee or, one of their other specialties, bánh mi. Instagrammer @mjfaciana recently had a version of the popular street sandwich that was filled with roasted pork.
Across the street from Elizabeth Street, @thehoustongirl found another South Austin hotspot: Sway, a Thai restaurant that serves oysters on the half shell with an Asian mignonette.
Packy Saunders is an artist who loves barbecue as much as a paint (just check his Instagram, @packysaunders), and he was in Austin for the first weekend of the Austin City Limits Music Festival, where he made a mashup with a Burro grilled cheese sandwich with Lonesome Dove rabbit and rattlesnake sausage, with jack cheese, apricots and figs.
ACL MASHUP SANDWICH: Austin’s favorite grilled cheese purveyor @burrocheese provided the VIA 206 sandwich – I added a Rabbit & Rattlesnake Sausage Link with House Pickles from @lonesomedoveaustin into the mix… Sourdough, Jack Cheese, Balsamic Apricot-Fig went well with the exotic sausage.
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On the second weekend of ACL, @mleeats had not one, but two kinds of tacos — brisket and pork belly — from the Peached Tortilla.