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Once upon a time there existed the Armadillo and Threadgill's. Singer-songwriters came out of one scene. Cosmic cowboys the other.
You'll feel like you're eating at grandma's at Threadgill's, one of Austin's most famous eateries since 1933. Full review →
Taking home cooking to a gluttonous new level, Threadgill's lets you choose from a ridiculously long list of vegetable sides – something you just don't get at home. Full review →
Outdoor live music venue, and gospel brunch. Full review →
An Austin institution, north of downtown, established when Kenneth Threadgill was given the first licence to sell beer in the city after Prohibition.
Sit down to a giant plate of chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, and cornbread and you'll feel extremely grateful to be in a city where such a restaurant exists. Full review →
Providing "Southern comfort at its finest", this Crestview "classic" has long been a source for "down-home" "comfort fare" "done right" in a setting that's a veritable shrine to "local music". Full review →