On this week’s episode of Texas Eats, David Elder takes us to Austin to try a spot cooking up contemporary comfort food in a historic location.
We then head to San Antonio to stop by a place cooking up fresh Mexican seafood. Then, we make our way to Stone Oak to enjoy refreshing and creative açai bowls.
Next, we travel to New Braunfels for some craft burgers and beers.
In San Marcos, we head to a spot for some chicken biscuits and tasty pancakes. Then, we go to Castroville for some modern comfort food with a spectacular view.
We finish things up in San Antonio at a restaurant with a new location, cooking up some sizzling pollo asados, fajitas and delicious drinks.
- Moonshine Grill
- Señor Fish Seafood Bar
- Playa Bowls
- Muck & Fuss
- The Root Cellar Cafe
- Hillside Texas Bistro
- Pollos Asados Los Norteños
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