features the best restaurants and local favorites in town
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) December 27, 2012
The Austin Travel Guide announces a major update to the latest in Austin cuisine and the Austin restaurant scene. The new year is here, and Austin has not lost any of their unique charm. Austin Travel Guide features the latest and best stops to visit when walking the streets of the capitol city. From music and art to food, Austin takes everything to a new level.
The cuisine in Austin isn’t one Tex-Mex restaurant after another; instead the city offers a wonderful spread of cuisines from all around the world. Austin Restaurant Guide features the best restaurants and local favorites in town. Here are 3 of the latest updates on the Cuisine front for Austin.
Café Crepe brings the authentic flavors of France to the state of Texas. Indulge in a variety of different crepes including breakfast, savory and sweet crepes. Savory crepes consist of meat, cheeses and vegetables while sweet crepes are, well, sweet! Try the Pomme Cannelle, a crepe filled with sugar, butter, baked apples, cinnamon and vanilla ice cream or the ability to create your own.
For a fun dining experience, head over to Freddie’s Place where there menu features backyard burgers, amazing sandwiches and “waffles ‘n stuff." Whether looking for chicken and waffles, pork chops and waffles or the classic chicken fried steak with waffles, the experience generates a different outlook on breakfast and dinner combos.
As well as being famous for Mexican food, Austin has another cuisine that makes everyone travel south- barbeque. When looking to have a hearty, barbeque meal, Austin Restaurant Guide suggests trying the County Line. Sausage chicken, peppered turkey breast, brisket, pulled pork, pork ribs and beef ribs are all on the menu.
Three amazing restaurants all in the heart of Austin, but there’s many more culinary adventures awaiting inside Austin Travel Guide.