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Tacos are one of the most beloved dishes by Texans, and with so many iterations of them offered by local taquerias and restaurants, it can be hard to find "the best ones out there."

One Mexican woman living in Texas took it to her TikTok account to reveal her fave eatery in Austin in an effort to stop taco-spot "gatekeeping," and now people are joking that she's "saving lives."

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Barbecue is no longer the only food specialty you can find in the Lone Star State. Three Texas cities seem to be prioritizing meatless meal choices according to a recent study published by WalletHub in September that placed them among the top 15 "Best Cities for Vegans & Vegetarians" in the U.S.

Although some of the best BBQ spots can be found in Texas, more and more restaurants are starting to include vegan or vegetarian dishes on their menu based on the report. This is something that fast-food chains have also started to implement.

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Before his death in 2018, Anthony Bourdain visited Texas many times during his career and made stops at pretty much every region of the state.

Whether it was to experience unique local cuisines or explore various ways of life around the Lone Star State, there was much that the travel aficionado enjoyed during his visits.

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Austin is the official home of the best coffee shop in the United States, according to a 2022 report published by Big 7 Travel — a website for travel tips and recommendations.

Out of the 50 coffee shops that appear on the list, Austin's Try Hard Coffee Roasters won the title, beating local coffee shops in major cities like New York, Los Angeles, Denver, and even Maui in Hawaii.

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This Review article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

When the opportunity for a long weekend in Austin, TX presented itself, I knew that my itinerary would have to be food oriented. I went into my getaway with one clear goal: eat as much Tex-Mex as humanly possible.

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