In an effort to spice up the menus on Guadalupe St., some of these businesses provide secret menus, and others cater to unique customer creations. Here are five of the best secret menu restaurants on The Drag.
Whether it’s because of an intolerance or simply just a preference, Austin offers a variety of foods in its robust restaurant scene for the gluten-free eater as well as those with other allergies and dietary restrictions.
Shrek fans are about to be head ogre heels when Dec. 4 rolls around. Campus Events + Entertainment Showtime provides an escape to happily ever after. “Shrek X Shrekwest” offers a screening of 2001’s “Shrek” and will be followed by an intermission filled with “Shrek”-themed trivia, snacks and karaoke. The night will close out with a screening of 2004’s “Shrek 2.
Burnet Road easily becomes as congested as North Lamar Boulevard during rush hour, but away from the main drag and tucked back into the Rosedale neighborhood sit a few gems that embody Burnet Road’s character of the past 50 years.
In 1999, business partners and UT alumni Roberto Espinosa of Mexico City and Eric Wilkerson of Dallas founded Tacodeli, a local taco restaurant that helped kickstart Austin’s weird obsession with putting everything in a tortilla.