The tagliatelle was truly an amazing dish. The pasta, made with local flour from Barton Springs Mill, was earthy and perfectly al dente. The sauce was deep with flavor and savory.
Ever since I ate tacos for 50 meals in a row a few years ago (and lost weight!), my friends see me as a taco maniac, which, I reckon, is true: I love me some tacos! So when facebook's algorithms fed me an ad for the National Taco Championships here in Austin, I felt obligated … Continue reading a report from the national taco championships
The mains really had us ooo-ing and ahh-ing. The Enchiladas de Pato con Mole Poblano was everything I hoped for: A symphony of deep and savory flavor. The margaritas were the best we've had in many years (which we define as not sweet with space to taste the nuance of the tequila).
Closings, rebrandings, and axings, oh my!
With all of the chitterchatter on the listservs about densification, mixed-use, and affordable housing, the trailer park at 5000 Burnet Road has fortunately gotten little grief (as far as I know...). As an incubator for small business development (and a place to get good and exciting food), our trailer park can't be beat!
I'm not sure exactly what I expected when I walked into Taco Ranch, but what I got was definitely not what I expected.
As my engineer bride says, non-judgmentally, "They believe in The Woo," the magical properties of the natural and supernatural world. Woo or not, this is definitely a place to get a delicious, healthy, and cleansing meal. All meals are plant-based, organic, and gluten-free.