La Condesa
Easy Tiger
Swift's Attic
East Side King
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1. Polvos 2004 S 1st St, Austin, TX 78704 (South Austin)

Polvos greets you with a sign that says "I love you" and then shows you love on the inside with quality interior Mexican food, big and strong margaritas, and a salsa bar with about 15 different varieties of goodness. We love you too, Polvos.

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2. The Clay Pit 1601 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX 78701 (Downtown)

The Clay Pit is a favorite for Indian cuisine in downtown Austin, serving up traditional dishes alongside more unique items like their Curried Mussels. Be sure to check out their selection of grilled goodies from their namesake: the Tandoor, or clay pit oven.

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3. La Condesa 400 W 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701 (2nd St District)

La Condesa is the place to go if you're looking for traditional Mexican flavor with modern Austin flair. The menu, offering up handfuls of tortas, taquitos, combos, and a few other staples, is shorter than most, but there's an obvious preference for quality over quantity at this Downtown restaurant. Tacos strewn with red pickled onion, cilantro, and guacamole make the ideal warm-up round before hitting the bar, where tequila and mezcal reign supreme in customizable flights.

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4. Easy Tiger 709 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78701 (Austin)

A bakery by day and beer (garden) by night, (also open during the day), Easy Tiger's bake shop features artisanal breads, pretzels, and housemade meats. A combination not often explored, the downstairs barroom allows you retire from your morning coffee and croissant to a night of exploring over 30 local craft brews under a canopy of lights in the outdoor beer garden.

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5. Swift's Attic 315 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701 (Downtown)

Located the second floor of the historic (and now defunct grocery store) Swift's Premium Food Co. building on Congress Avenue, the appropriately named Swift's Attic serves up eclectic small plates and creative cocktails for hipstered out Austinites. Among a brunch Bloody Mar bar and generous daily happy hour deals, Swift's offers sophisticated meats, seafood, snacks, and cocktails. Must trys are Korean BBQ flank steak, squid "fries," and the Pop Rocks charred edamame.

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6. East Side King 1618 1/2 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78702 (Central East)

78702 food-truckers ESK from Paul Qui and Moto Usonomiya are slinging an array of Asian-fueled goodness, like sausage-filled steamed buns like the beefy Gyu Bao (curry cabbage, Kewpie mayo, potato chips, green onion) and the pigged-out Bao Boy (bacon, chicharrones, kimchi, grilled pine nuts).