Photos: Eating in and around Austin (Day 1)

The average wait time at Franklin Barbecue is three hours, but the Good Food crew says it’s worth the wait. In fact, the line is so long that a spawned its own lawn chair economy. But it still has to be the first stop!

If you’re in Austin, come hang with us. Here’s what we’re up to.

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First stop: Franklin Barbecue
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You gotta eat it with your hands!
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BBQ fans will wait in line for 3 hours to taste the famous brisket.

Veracruz All Natural:

Migas tacos are an integral part of the Austin food scene. We made multiple stops at Veracuz All Natural for breakfast tacos.
Migas tacos are an integral part of the Austin food scene. We made multiple stops at Veracuz All Natural for breakfast tacos.

Dai Due:

At Dai Due they wrap their tamales in collards.
At Dai Due they wrap their tamales in collards.
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From Veracruz All Natural we went to Dai Due where chef Jesse Griffiths combines Texas ingredients and history to craft a uniquely Texan menu.
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At Dai Due the butcher and the pastry chef share a work space. It’s the first thing you see when you enter the restaurant.