If I had been allowed to do so, I would have moved into Kerbey Lane Cafe, like a stowaway on an 18th-century ocean voyage, hiding under tables and venturing forth whenever safe to steal whatever I could. As this did not seem a realistic option, what with my job expecting my return on Monday, I did the next best thing...I came to Kerbey Lane for BOTH days of my two-day Austin trip. Why bother going somewhere else when you have already discovered a place that sells $2 mimosas, migas (eggs with many Mexican-y things over tortilla chips), and gluten-free pumpkin French toast? If you answered, "There is absolutely no reason to go anywhere else," then you are absolutely correct. To begin, the mimosas. These were mimosas in only the loosest sense of the word, as they were really full glasses of champagne with a drop of orange food coloring poured on top. I feel I got my $2 worth. Moving onward, the migas. I had never experienced or even heard of migas before Kerbey Lane, but I am confused as to why more places have not yet discovered the brilliance of mixing all the delicious Mexican things with eggs and tortilla chips. Highly recommended. Next, the gluten-free pumpkin French toast. Yum? I can't really say anything else. Worth ordering. A lot. As I went back the next day, I can also speak to the pork tacos, which were as delicious as everything else. The prices were fantastic, the servers were friendly, and if you can somehow get out of doing your job or area already career-less, I highly recommend considering this as your new place of residence.
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my name is alicia. i actually used to work at dennys on st johns as well as the one on burnet rd. i just want to rate you guys honestly and i m not rating you awesome just because i used to work there. everyone i knew to work there were very welcoming and treated customers with great respect. i would recommend anyone who wants great service and great food made by great people to go straight to dennys! no questions asked. i have never had a meal that wasnt hot or freshly made. its a great place for families to go. they have a great choice for kids and they have kids eat free on tuesdays and saturdays. as far as night time goes, after i hit up the bars, dennys is the place i go to have some delicous, satisfying food. all i m saying is dennys is the place to go for anyone. i love dennys. its my favorite restaraunt to go to. i would recommend going there to anybody. keep up the good work and just for your information. you should get more dennys in the columbia area in south carolina. i love you guys!!!
Adding The Broken Spoke to your "How To Entertain My Out-of-Town Guest." list should be a no-brainer. This original honky-tonk is so coveted by Austin folk even a top rated development company with wet dreams of erecting their metal framed, pricy 400sq ft. yuppie pads and concrete parking lots had to rethink the plan and build around it! The Broken Spoke should be a MUST in considering a "girls night out", rare babysitter date night, or just going solo and looking for a non-awkward atmosphere where your guaranteed an ego boost from 3-6 cowboys/cowgirls asking you to dance. Here, what happens on the floor, stays on the floor! No creepy hanger on's who feels a dance = a seat at your dance floor table the rest of the night. It's all about the dancing, music and, in my opinion, the greasy burgers. The Broken Spoke is a great place to leave the usual stops behind. Go Spoke Go! Keep on Honky Tonkin'!