Cooking Channel aired a special maybe a year ago of a similar Eden trip to Austin. I grew up in Austin and never realized the diversity of the food establishments around the city until I moved to Nashville and saw this show. I'm looking forward to the same from this show while I'm still living here and can check the places out firsthand.
@BelleNic - totally late on this post, but I work in Antioch too, at the corner of Antioch Pike and Haywood - also within walking distance of King Market. Have you tried the Trousdale/Harding area? Unique Flavors is an excellent lunch spot, and across the street are Mama Mia's Italian and Back to Cuba cafe. A little father away and you have 100 Oaks/Berry Hill, with Sam and Zoe's and Baja Burrito.
I agree with you, Kay - I grew up on Whataburgers and always stop for one when I'm in Jacksonville or at home in Austin. Perhaps it's the nostalgia factor, but it's the only fast food burger I make a deliberate point of seeking out.
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