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March 8, 2013 - 8:18 am
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Austin, TX, home of SXSW, is known for its live music and its food. The fact is, you’d have to work pretty hard to find a bad meal in Austin. The people here take pride in being one of the food capitals of America. The weary SXSWer may have a hard time sorting the great places from the merely good, though, so as a local, I’m here to help out. Here are the places and meals you shouldn’t miss while you’re in town.

10. Pluckers Wing Bar. Locations: All over town. This chain of wing stops was started by some UT students. Pluckers isn’t fancy but it’s local and good, and has restaurants all over town.

 

 

 

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Of all the places mentioned, I've only eaten at the Salt Lick (the original one, in Driftwood). And that was well before it became popular.

I've lived in the area off-and-on since the early 50's.
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You've been had. Instead of Huts, which is just so-so, go to Hopdoddy Burger Bar on South Congress. Order a burger and also a caramel and sea salt shake, yes, you got that right, a caramel and sea salt shake.

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Tolbert! Hopdaddy is crowded enough, thanks! Shut up! :P
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