The sandwichery that made its bones competing on the Great American Food Truck Race is now a brick-and-mortar, window-service Chestnut Ave spot boasting a completely overhauled menu loaded with meats & veggies that they cure in-house, so at least something at this diet-busting place has a clean bill of health.
The VHS tape: it revolutionized the way people consume entertainment, inspired a generation of creative young auteurs, and brought boobs to the muted TV in your mom's basement. Pick some up at ATX's I Luv Video.
La Barbecue is a permanently placed BBQ trailer serving up delicious brisket, house-made sausages, ribs, and pulled pork in East Austin. A BYOB policy and live music on Saturday and Sunday only sweeten the deal.
A tortilla-stuffer with some serious bite, Tyson's Tacos has $.99 migas, tacos like pork belly (w/ fried parsley & salsa taquera), baby back ribs (w/ pineapple salsa), and fried drum (w/ slaw, avocado, escabeche & Sriracha), as well as burgers featuring half-pound, house-ground rib eye.