2018 Dining Guide: Hutto

Tiffany Anders is executive chef at Baked 'n Sconed.

Tiffany Anders is executive chef at Baked 'n Sconed.

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American



  1. The Downtown Hall of Fame
    205 East St.
    512-642-3624
    www.thedowntownhalloffame.com• Average entrees: Up to $9.99
    • Happy hour
    • Kids menu
    • Patio seating

  2. The Hippo Hut- Opened 2017
    212 S. FM 1660
    512-844-4551
    www.facebook.com/hippohut• Average entrees: Up to $9.99
    • Kids menu
    • Patio seating

  3. Hit the Spot Cafe - Opened 2017
    109 E. Front St.
    512-846-1515
    www.facebook.com/HuttoHitTheSpotCafe• Average entrees: Up to $9.99
    • Breakfast/brunch menu
    • Kids menu

  4. Snuffy’s Place
    204 W. Hwy. 79
    512-846-1084
    www.facebook.com/snuffys.place• Average entrees: Up to $9.99
    • Happy hour
    • Kids menu

  5. The Texan Cafe & Pie Shop
    207 East St.
    512-846-2885
    www.texancafe.net• Average entrees: $10-$19.99
    • Happy hour
    • Kids menu


Asian


6. Bien Hoa
560 Hwy. 79, Ste. A600
512-846-2699
• Average entrees: Up to $9.99
• Kids menu

Barbecue


7. Heart of Texas Barbecue
206A Farley St.
512-230-0717
www.heartoftexasbarbecue.com
• Average entrees: Up to $9.99
• Dog-friendly
• Kids menu
• Patio seating

8. Putska Family Barbeque - Opened 2017
408 Farley Street
512-466- 5949
www.facebook.com/pg/pustkafamilybarbeque
• Average entrees: Up to $9.99
• Dog-friendly
• Kids menu

Coffee/Bakery

9. Baked ‘n Sconed
143 Exchange Blvd., Ste. 100
512-222-5200
www.bakednsconed.com
• Average entrees: $10-$19.99
• Breakfast/brunch menu
• Kids menu

10. Hutto Donuts
110 Hwy. 79
512-846-2828
• Average entrees: Up to $9.99
• Breakfast/brunch menu
• Kids menu

Mexican


11. Mario’s Mexican Restaurant
209 East St.
512-846-1778
www.facebook.com/Marios-Mexican-Restaurant-149040212252/
• Average entrees: $10-$19.99
• Breakfast/brunch menu
• Kids menu
• Patio seating

12. Ricardo’s Tacos & More
143 Exchange Blvd., Ste. 400
512-642-5019
www.ricardostacosandmore.com
• Average entrees: Up to $9.99
• Breakfast/brunch menu
• Kids menu

13. Rio Grande Tex-Mex
560 Hwy. 79, Ste. A100
512-759-1449
www.riograndemex.com
• Average entrees: Up to $9.99
• Breakfast/brunch menu
• Happy hour
• Kids menu
• Patio seating

Check out our dining guides for east Round Rock, west Round Rock and Pflugerville.


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