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Austin City Limits Festival 2017: Food & What To Eat At the Festival

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Austin City Limits Festival

This weekend, and starting this Friday, the Austin City Limits Festival will kick off its 16th year, hosting a lot of big name talent, likeJay-Z, Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Killers. and a whole mess of comfort food, whether it be burgers or tacos or whatever’s on the barbecue. That said, while you can expect some old classics for your wine and dine, the event has a new twist on the food this year: there will be a second food court.

There will be one area in the northern area of the park and a new section near Barton Springs stage, with places like: Amy’s Ice Creams, Chi’lantro, Mmmpanadas, Southside Flying Pizza, Tinos Greek Café and Wholly Cow Burgers. The idea is to make it easier to get to food between shows, and there will also be an expanded wine room, with choices from Australia, New Zealand and Spain, according to Yahoo. Talk about your wine and dine!

What can you eat at the festival?

Burgers<

If you are at the festival and are in the mood for the fast-food favorite that is the burger, you are in good company. Wholly Cow is offering a grass-fed cheeseburger for $8, P. Terry is offering a veggie burger for $6 and Shake Stands will offer standard and double ShackBurgers for $7 and $10, respectively. If you really would like fries with that, and you probably would, they go for $3 to $4 in the aforementioned stands.

Tacos

Tacos

If are in the mood for green chile pork, you can get it at Torchy’s Tacos for $7. Chi’lantro is offering Korean barbecue chicken and tofu tacos for two for $9. Lonesome Dove is even offering an elk and foie taco with blueberry slaw at $4. The Peached Tortilla also offers a Southern-Asian fusion treat with fries at $4. If you are not in the mood for tacos, but want something south of the border, Tamale Addiction is also offering Spinach and Chicken Mole Tamales, two for $9.

Other Treats

Micklethwait Craft Meats is offering a Barbecue Brisket Sandwich and a Chicken Salad Sandwich for $10 each. Peli Peli is offering South African flavor with Steak and Curried Chicken Kebabs for $12 and $10, respectively. Way South Philly also has, what else would you need from Philly, cheesesteaks! For $10, you can add grilled mushrooms for $1 and a side of tater tots for $6.

Take a look back at what you could get years ago!


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