Austin restaurants are consistently named some of the best in the country. From barbecue to Tex-Mex to trendy restaurants making the headlines, our fair city is a foodie paradise. That’s why, in a recent story about solo travel, Conde Nast Traveler named Austin the best place for solo travelers to grab a bite to eat or something cool to drink.

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CN Traveler highlighted food trucks like Gourdough’s doughnuts and recommended staying at Hotel Saint Cecelia or the San Jose Hotel on South Congress, writing the popular Austin street “teems with organic grocery stores, vintage stores, coffeeshops, taco shacks and music venues like the legendary Continental Club.”

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The story also recommends visiting the east side, namely Hops & Grain Brewing, and Rainey Street, the Ann & Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail on Lady Bird Lake and Barton Springs Pool. 

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