While Papalote’s menu and signage bear an aesthetic more befitting a chain restaurant, the offerings here are decidedly personal. Owner Sergio Varela designed the menu as a simple homage to his mother’s recipes from southern Mexico, resulting in perhaps the best taco variety on offer in South Austin. The tiny interior isn’t full of atmosphere, …
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As the cones' iconic status at ACL Festival continued to expand,Blank began toying with the idea of making the cones available year-round,and in March 2009,launched the opening of The Mighty Cone on South Congress Avenue in downtown Austin.In February 2013,the Mighty Cone moved to the West Campus area at 26th and Rio Grande Streets.
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“Between A.D. 900 and 1500 most, but not all, the Indians living in Texas had developed the distinct culture that Europeans and Americans encountered and would write about.” (David La Vere,The Texas Indians p.26). Their cuisine included various preparations of the fish they caught in the San Antonio, Guadalupe, Pecos, Rio Grande/Bravo and other rivers. Read more