In his quest to become the best East Austin moving company Sir is ashamed to admit he has developed a slight addiction. His early mornings and late nights surveying the East Austin landscape and moving conditions drove him to become dependent on East Austin breakfast tacos. He’s not proud to admit it but he just hasn’t been able to shake the monkey off his back. Whenever we move in any other part of Austin Sir just drones on and on about how East Austin has the best breakfast tacos this and why can’t we swing swing by Cisco’s first that, even though our move is 30 miles in the opposite direction. We got so tired of his complaining we finally gave in to his demands and now deliver breakfast tacos from one of these East Austin restaurants one day a week at our morning mover meeting. But we switch it up so Sir doesn’t know which restaurant we’re ordering from that day. You should see his face, everyday he’s like a kid unwrapping an aluminium foil present!
Cisco’s is not only an Austin landmark but also Sir Austin’s favorite place to stop for breakfast tacos in East Austin! Located on 6th street adjacent to the Plaza Saltillo Train Station, Cisco’s is an Austin landmark for sure. Cisco’s opened its doors over 50 years ago and this tasty East Austin restaurant will be around for many more years to come. Besides breakfast tacos (the only thing Sir ever seems to eat!) Cisco’s serves Migas, Huevos Racheros and various biscuit plates.
Vera Cruz Tacos is an East Austin taco lovers delight. The breakfast tacos are a mix between traditional Mexican food and tex-mex, with the option to get dressings on your tacos that traditional Mexican restaurants don’t offer. Vera Cruz started out by serving great food out of a tiny East Austin trailer. Their menu includes a number of tasty side treats such as snow cones, different types of smoothies and all natural drinks. Before long a number of people began to frequent the food trailer and the buzz behind Vera Cruz began to grow. The demand behind their food began to grow so rapidly they had to open an additional food trailer located on Manchaca. Stop by this tasty Austin hot spot for some of the best tacos in town!
Pueblo Viejo is an East Austin hidden jewel that serves up a variety of different Mexican food dishes, including some of the best breakfast tacos in Austin! Some of the other dishes they serve are gorditas, street meat tacos and a variety of other traditional Mexican dishes. Pueblo Viejo has been opened since 2010 and is conveniently located next to Nestor and Margarita. Pueblo Viejo keeps up with the flavors of their hometown in Mexico and nothing less than fresh produce and the finest of ingredients satisfy South of the border.
Juan In A Million is nothing short of traditional Mexican food that is served up daily. An Austin tradition dating back to 1980, there is no Juan-der why this East Austin favorite has survived. You can expect authentic Mexican cuisines that deeply rooted in long ingrained cooking conditions. Juan In A Million has been cooking up some of the most unique and authentic Austin Mexican food for over 30 years and all you have to do is visit this East Austin restaurant to see why they’ve survived for so long.