All Star Burger opened last month in Davenport Ranch

All Star Burger's  second location in Davenport Ranch is now open.

All Star Burger's second location in Davenport Ranch is now open.

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After much anticipation, Bee Cave burger restaurant All Star Burger officially opened its new Westlake location in Davenport Ranch, 3801 N. Capital of Texas Hwy., Ste. A-108, Austin, on Jan. 21. The eatery features foods such as hamburgers, shakes and salads. 512-263-7300. www.allstarburger.com


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