MY FIRST TRIP TO AUSTIN, TX: PART III

Though this post is titled as part iii of my trip to Austin, it would more accurately be titled “My Time In Austin: How I Ate Everything In Sight.” But I chose to go another way for consistency’s sake. Most of the activities that I took part in related to food in some way shape or form. And if it didn’t relate to food, it was just in-between entertainment while we were waiting to get hungry again so we could go to the next must-visit food truck. Here are pictures of things I digested.

taco deli breakfast taos

{Breakfast sirloin taco from Taco Deli}

shrimp taco torchy's

{Shrimp taco from Torchy’s}

nutty valentine

{A Gourdough’s Nutty Valentine Donut – a huge donut with Nutella and fresh strawberries}

gourdoughs truckcocktail

{Morning cocktails for poolside lounging}pool lounging

{Being in a pool won’t slow down my food consumption}

cowgirlboots

 Between taco stops we visited another boot and clothing shop. Look at those adorable baby cowgirl boots! Prior to stopping for donuts, we stopped by a local bar to see some South By Southwest performers. It was lovely, but not as lovely as the donut I ate afterward.

broken spoke

MY FIRST TRIP TO AUSTIN, TX: PART II

Sadly I’m back home in New York City where the air is chilly, and snow is still on the ground. However, my return means I’m not busy running around Austin, so I now have the time to share more photos with you! Even with all the wonderful food and music that the city has to offer,

My First Trip To Austin, TX: Part I

For spring break me and my friends opted out of the typical Cancun vacation and instead chose to go home with one of our friends who lives in Austin, TX. Before this trip I’d never been to Austin (or Texas for that matter), but I’d heard so many great things about the food and music scene.