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.
4401 N Interstate 35 Ste 2001Round Rock, TX 78664
From Business: Founded in 1975, Chili s Grill & Bar is a chain of restaurants with a location in Georgetown, Texas. The restaurant s chicken special includes tacos, margarita gril…
I have eaten here many times and the food quality never fails me. They offer almost 20 choices of sides and even a vegetarian plate. The brisket is always moist and tender regardless of the choice of lean or crown. The sausage has just enough kick to it and it is an old family recipe not store bought. The chicken and St. Louis style Pork ribs are almost fall off the bone tender. The sides are all made fresh daily. Sauce has two choices, the original and the spicy (made with ground chipotle peppers) has just a little bit of zip but it, like the sausage, is not one of those "burn all day" for that you will need to hit the condiment bar and pile on the onions, Pico-de-Gallo, and jalapenos. Oh yes and Texas toast and free refills on a 32 cup on tea, sweet tea and fountain sodas. As a final note, they will cater for parties of 15 or more. Worth the drive but there are 4 in Austin and 1 in Round Rock.
We decided to get out of the Dallas area for the weekend, and what better place to go than Austin. This place is by far one of my all time favorite places to eat. Most fine dining restaurants have a very snooty or stuck up atmosphere where everyone dining pretends to be somene they are not. Jeffrey's is the complete opposite. The place is very inviting, the staff is excellent and always smiling, and the overall vibe and atmosphere is no otehr word but "cool". The food was incredible and our waitress, Metilda, was very knowledgible about each wine pairing and course. We decided to do the 5 course tasting with the wine pairings. The meal was wonderful from start to finish! I would highly recommend this place to anyone who wants to experience fine dining in an awesome city and an awesome place.