By Stephanie DazeyFriday July 3, 2015 04:00 AM EDT
OK, so you’re on the Beltline — dodging dog walkers, rollerbladers, little kids on scooters, etc. — and all of sudden, hunger strikes. You’re miles from home, but you need to eat or drink immediately. Here are six Beltline-convenient spots to refuel with the quickness and then be on your merry way.
Suburbanites weary of schlepping to Midtown for a little scenester action can now trot over to their very own hot spot. The concise menu is a close fusion of Mexican tradition and American inclination: hone in on the guac, the queso fundido with chorizo, the beef cheek tacos and ceviche.
Ford Fry's intown Tex-Mex eatery serves Austin, Texas-influenced fare cooked partly on wood-burning grills. Superica offers an indoor/outdoor patio with a bar and stage for live music. Expect to see tamales, enchiladas, tacos, and margaritas on the menu.