Chef Pablo and his wife have brought a sliver of Spain right to Austin, ranging from charcuterie meats to gin being shipped from Spain, they have mastered bringing culture to the US.  It’s a place where patrons feel welcomed and the entire experience from artisan drinks to slicing Spanish meats, is a fun new type of eating tapas. Try one of their gin and tonics, charcuterie meats and octopus ceviche.

TIP:  Mon-Sat 5-11pm and Sun 11am-3pm.   
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In a city full of food trucks, Gourdough’s consistently remains at the top of many Austinite’s lists.  Gordough’s Public House is their brick and mortar serving up the famous “calorie overload” donuts topped with savory and/or sweet items.  If sweet is the craving, the Ring O’ Fire is perfect, or if Savory is the wish, try the Mother Clucker.  Otherwise, get the best of both worlds with a savory & sweet donut called Flying Pig with bacon and maple syrup.

TIP:  Thurs-Sat 11am-3am. Sun-Wed 11am-midnight. Their food trailer is located on 1503 S 1st with outdoor tables, BYOB and perfect for kids and pets. Check other locations and times here.

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