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What People in Austin are Eating

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What People in Austin are Eating

Foodee
By Foodee
July 18, 2017

Ever wonder what people in Austin are eating? Well, now we know! We’ve compiled the top 10 restaurants corporate clients are crazy about, including the items that they purchase the most.

Maria’s Taco Xpress

2529 S Lamar Blvd
What People in Austin are Eating Maria's Taco Xpress

Believe it or not, but Austinites have a bit of a thing for breakfast tacos. Now, we don’t blame them, because breakfast tacos are incredible, and the ones they serve at Maria’s Taco Xpress are top notch. It’s just kind of a funny quirk that’s more than just a coincidence…Order from the Foodee menu.

What people in Austin are eating:

Bacon, Egg & Cheese Breakfast Taco
Migas Breakfast Taco
Bean & Cheese Breakfast Taco

Tamale House East

1707 E 6th St
What People in Austin are Eating Tamale House East

See, what did I tell you? More breakfast tacos. The workplace is as good as any to munch on first-class Mexican fare, but we can’t help but laugh. I guess, though, when you get down to the nitty-gritty, a well made breakfast taco beats eggs and toast almost every time. Keep it weird, Austin! Order from the Foodee menu.

What people in Austin are eating:

Migas & Queso Breakfast Taco
Bacon, Egg & Cheese Breakfast Taco
Bacon & Egg Breakfast Taco

Hat Creek Burger Co.

5400 Burnet Rd*
What People in Austin are Eating Hat Creek

No matter how many hats you’ve been asked to wear at work, none of them have been more delicious than this one. Hat Creek Burger Co. has found some of that old school American magic and tossed it all into a hand-held meat treasure. Whether you want chips or no chips, you are eating well. Order from the Foodee menu.

What people in Austin are eating:

Little Hat Burger with Cheese & Chips
Big Hat Burger with Cheese – No Chips
Big Hat Burger with Cheese & Chips

Wholy Bagel

4404 W William Cannon Dr

What people in Austin are eating Wholy Bagel
Don’t let new-age mumbo jumbo get you down: breakfast is still one of the most important meals of the day. Grab yourself a sandwich and a bagel or two, and start things off in style. Order from the Foodee menu.

What people in Austin are eating:

Hot Coffee with Cups, Stirrers & Sweeteners for 10
Bacon, Egg & Cheese Sandwich
Assorted Dozen Bagels

Sweetish Hill Bakery

1120 W 6th St
What people in Austin are eating Sweetish Hill Bakery

An Austin institution, Sweetish Hill Bakery has increased their reach into local offices and corporate settings. Can’t say we didn’t see this one coming. What with their mini boxed lunches, just like mom used to make, you really can’t go wrong. Chicken, roast beef, and egg salad are all on the menu, making sure your bases are covered. Order from the Foodee menu.

What people in Austin are eating:

Mom’s Chicken Salad Mini Box Lunch
Roast Beef on Rye Mini Box Lunch
Pesto Chicken Mini Box Lunch

Lucky’s Puccias

1611 W. 5th St
What people in Austin are Eating Lucky's Puccias

Even if you’re down and out, Lucky’s Puccias has always got something to turn your luck around. Their top three most popular items (as per our Foodee orders) is the cause of some surprise. We would have figured that the self-titled sandwich would be a big hit. Looks like it loses out to the one and only: Classica Puccia. Order from the Foodee menu.

What people in Austin are eating:

Classica Puccia
Chips
Lucky’s Puccia

Shawarma Point

519 E 7th St*
What people in Austin are eating Shawarma Point

And now, for something a little different. Serving up New York style Mediterranean cuisine that only uses the best ingredients, Shawarma Point is one of Austin’s best. In the office, their pita, plates and wraps are all perfect to grab-and-go when you’re on the run between meetings or are looking to take a break. Order from the Foodee menu.

What people in Austin are eating:

Hummus with Pita
Beef/Lamb Wrap
Chicken Shawarma Wrap

Kerlin BBQ

1700 E Cesar Chavez St
What people in Austin are eating Kerlin BBQ

It wouldn’t be right if there weren’t some kickass BBQ on the Austin top 10 list. Kerlin is pumping out barbecue perfection and office workers are taking note. Brisket, sausage and pork ribs make up their most popular items, but each and every one is absolutely mouth watering. Get on this gravy train as soon as you can. Order from the Foodee menu.

What people in Austin are eating:

Brisket
Sausage
Pork Ribs

General Tso’Boy

11501 Rock Rose #152
What people in Austin are eating General Tso'Boy

Ever since they’ve opened, we here at Foodee have been steadfast fans of General Tso’Boy. Looks like we’ve got a lot in common with Austin office workers…But in all honesty, I’m a bit surprised to see that the Foodee favorite General Tso’s Chicken Sandwich didn’t make the list 🙁 Order from the Foodee menu.

What people in Austin are eating:

General Tso’s Chicken Grain Bowl
Black Pepper Beef Grain Bowl
Small Chinese Sesame Salad

Kesos Taco House

600 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
What people in Austin are eating Kesos Taco House

Aha! More tacos, but this time, non-breakfast related. Interesting how things work out like that. In any event, Kesos is a fantastic choice when looking to feed the entire workforce. Order from the Foodee menu.

What people in Austin are eating:

Pork and Chicken Taco Bar
Bacon & Egg
Beans & Cheese

*Multiple locations
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