There's a rich mix of tradition and innovation in Austin! From roasted pigeons (with the heads still on!) to grits mixed with duck innards, plus scrambled pig brains and bloody marys made with real pig blood, ...

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There are more than 1,600 food trucks in Austin, TX, and many of them have unique items on the menu. Gordough’s offers handmade donuts fried to order and smothered with funky toppings. Call this number for current location: (512) 607-6568

1219 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704

The Odd Duck

Chef Bryce Gilmore owns the popular gastropub Barley Swine, but he got his start with a food truck called the Odd Duck.

1219 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704

Love Balls Bus

This food truck serves up authentic Japanese street food. Call this number for current location: (512) 574-7525.

1001 East 6th St, Austin, TX 78702

East Side Kings @ Shangri-la

Andrew's food pals told him that East Side King is a food truck that he can't miss! They sell Asian steamed buns with fried chicken skin.

1016 E 6th St #B, Austin, TX 78702

Pig Vicious

This gastro-punk trailer plays a constant loop of softcore '70s porno flicks while serving up some unusual food items. Call this number for current location: (720) 289-3703.

1001 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78702

Broken Arrow Ranch

Broken Arrow Ranch outside of Austin has found a way to enhance the flavor, texture and aroma of wild game that begins with how the animal is killed and harvested.

3296 Junction Highway, Ingram, TX 78025

Contigo Austin

Contigo has the decor of a South Texas ranch, but the menu takes a few chances, serving dishes like: Porchetta di testa -- meat from the pig's head, which is poached.

2027 Anchor Lane, Austin, TX 78723

Foreign and Domestic

This restaurant seats only 42 people, but has become a hot spot thanks to the innovative dishes made by chef Ned Elliott.

306 E 53rd St, Austin, TX 78751

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