4.5 based on 183 reviews
Have wanted to visit, as it is co-owned by a friend. Was not disappointed. The decor says home style cooking, and boy do they deliver. Home baked dinner rolls that are delicious. Fried okra was fantastic, and brought back memories of my grandmother's meals. Real smashed potatoes, and chicken fried steak that was so very good. My husband had the roast beef, which smelled and looked delish. We also tried their grilled sausage bites (simply yum), fried green tomatoes(so tasty with a little kick in the breading), fried pickles(flavor filled little bites of goodness). Dessert, blackberry cobbler a la mode (they sprinkle nutmeg on top of vanilla ice cream-so delish), and turtle pie, oh my my! The chicken fried steak was the luncheon portion and was still more than enough. My husband and I shared the cobbler and shared the turtle pie later that night. If you are in the area stop in, you won't be disappointed.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Round rock donuts have become our family must visit place every-time we are in Austin. Love their maple glazed , blueberry and apple fritters. Be prepared for long lines over the weekend. Park close by and walk over and also see the downtown historic district while you are there.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Pastry and coffee shop with scones, pastries and desserts baked fresh daily along with gourmet coffee and tea provided by local roasters Texas Coffee Traders. Along with light lunches of paninis, salads and soup, Chef Tiffany is also available to make that special cake for someone or cater your next event.
We popped in for lunch and found lots of things to love about this local bakery. The lattes were delicious as were the croissants. We especially loved that they were featuring and selling Gathered Together coffee (a local, organic, free-trade, amazing Hutto coffee)!
There were a few disappointments (no soup, got order wrong the first time, out of a lot of things on the menu, didn't give my daughter salad dressing, and ordering took forever) but the food was delicious.
I think they're working out the kinks of being a new business. Please give them a try because the coffee is so much better than Starbucks.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
I enjoy coming here. My husband and I love to get our yogurt and fun toppings. It reminds us of a cute place in Portland OR. We only some times bring the kids. If you don't watch them they will fill the cups up to the top and throw on so many toppings it doesn't taste good. Its a little pricey ( charged my weight). There is a huge tv normaly playing cartoons for children and several tables to sit and enjoy your yogurt.
5 based on 4 reviews
Don't be put off because this is a simple country store/gas station. There is no ambiance, but if you like great BBQ, this is the place. Lunch time is always filled with locals and those from afar, who know how good the food is. Servers are always friendly.
I've been eating their brisket here for several years, and it's always the same; incredibly good! One of the few BBQ joints which actually know what MOIST brisket is. Their hamburgers are also on the unbelievable list.
Don't take my word for it; go try it and you'll see.
2.5 based on 2 reviews
I was traveling through this area, and reviews were concluding that the Starbucks staff at this location were very nice, but slow and messed-up most orders. But what did I have to lose? I phoned one hour ahead to order a traveler to go, and after I arrived, I ordered a grande dark roast and a grande passion tea lemonade. They had not started making the traveler. And, they gave me a mint tea rather than a passion tea lemonade. They did get the dark roast right, however. And the staff were very nice. Other customers waiting for their orders were unhappy...
3.5 based on 75 reviews
Friendly atmosphere. Wonderful meals and drinks. If you're here for breakfast on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday mornings, the Migas plate is excellent. The chips and salsa are awesome. The Pollo Tequila plate is fantastic. And the Charro Beans are mouth-watering.
For a refreshing adult beverage, the Prickly Pear Frozen Margarita is a yummy, sweet delight and the goblet/large beer is served iced cold.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Yes indeed, Hutto has hippos! I knowledge that Hutto has a passion for their horses and they do have many equestrian events. However, if you go to downtown Hutto, Texas ~ you will see more designs, artwork, and other various hippo attractions. It can also be called an area of interest.
There is a story behind the hippos: Many years ago a Circus train was passing through the town of Hutto when one of the Railroad carts caring hippos broke loose, and the hippos went everywhere, and I mean EVERYWHERE !!
So, as the story goes ... most of the town people were trying to contain the hippos and it was quite a fiasco! Hahaha ...
It must have been hysterical to watch cowboys trying to contain a animal that does Not want to be caught.
Consequently, the mission was accomplished and Hutto, Texas became widely known for the Hutto Hippos. The story in itself should attract visitors to the area to look at how prideful they are about their history.
4.5 based on 226 reviews
Torchy's is my absolute favorite "fast food" restaurant! Whenever
I am in Texas, I make it a point to eat here at least once. The Green Chili Queso is so flavorful and everything on the menu is fresh and made to order. Favorite tacos include the Deep Fried Avocado, Yellow Finn Tuna, and the Shrimp. I can't say enough good things about this place!!!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
I love taking my family to this local establishment for breakfast. The food is home cooking and made fresh to order. The place is small so it it usually crowded. Mario, the owner is almost always there. I recommend any breakfast taco.
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