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Moes is a Tex Mex/Fresh mex restaurant that caters for both Vegetarian* and meat eaters alike. You will be greeted with a loud "Welcome to Moe's" from the employees as soon as you step in the door.
Moe's has alot of quirks to it such as the bizarre meal names, a few being Joey Bag of Donuts, I Said Posse, Art Vandalay etc...
As you dine the music played at this restaurant either is a band with a deceased member, or a solo act that has passed on. The reason for this is posted on the official Moe's website: more..
Iron Works is the #1 Texan barbecue spot not only for Austin restaurants but across the state. This restaurant is often featured in television shows and travel specials about Austin and attracts locals, tourists and even President George W. Bush. Located next to the Austin Convention Center, Iron Works can get very busy especially at lunch time. A variety of meat and sauces are available and can be ordered by the pound for bigger groups. The restaurant gets its name from the original iron work shop that was converted to the Iron Works restaurant in 1978 more..
Tinos is a local chain that serves Greek food in a cafeteria style setting.
Tinos is a fast food alternative that features a variety of eccletic dishes that are sure to please everyone. They serve gyro meat, chicken, and vegetarian options that are made fresh daily. They are not billed as a healthy alternative, probably due to their generous portions, but they definitely have some healthier options. Not only do they feature vegetarian items on their menu, they also include some vegan and gluten-free friendly items as well. The ambiance is what you would expect from a Mom & Pop restaurant, even though it is owned by a couple of men. There are six more..