Food of SXSW

Even with all of the great restaurants in Austin, eating from street vendors is the preferred method of sustainability during SXSW.

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Justin Rudd
Get the brat with the spicy mustard and a liberal helping of onions.
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Frank Heinz, NBCDFW.com
Even with all of the great restaurants in Austin, eating from street vendors is the preferred method of sustainability during SXSW. Here, a Stony's mobile pizza truck cranks out slices of pie.
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Roppolo's Pizzeria is the McDonald's of 6th Street. They seem to be everywhere you look ... and they're always busy.
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Not in the mood for pizza, there are more types of sausage, hot dogs and bratwursts than you can shake a stick at.
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Justin Rudd
Get the brat with the spicy mustard and a liberal helping of onions.
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Top Gun Hot Dog might not look busy here, but this vendor was lucky to catch a break before the next wave of concert-goers needed fuel.
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Frank Heinz, NBCDFW.com
Chupacabra Cantina boasts dogs and brats ... but also pulled pork topped with cole slaw and bbq sauce.
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Frank Heinz, NBCDFW.com
There is no shortage of dog stands ...
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Penn State
It's not Texadelphia, but if you've got a craving for a cheese steak, this will do in a pinch.
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Frank Heinz, NBCDFW.com
For me, without Texadelphia mustard blend ... there isn't much point.
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One of the many BBQ stands around ... Bar-B-Q Heaven.
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Tops on my list for a quick bbq sandwich is Stubb's chopped beef. Not only can you grab a quick bite at their roadside service window, you can hop into the back yard (capacity 2,300) to catch a great live show.
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Frank Heinz, NBCDFW.com
After filling up on tacos, pizza or bbq, check out Hey Cupcake! to satisfy your sweet tooth.
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Frank Heinz, NBCDFW.com
Before heading out of town, the perfect way to wrap up a trip to SXSW is with a Sunday brunch at NXNW near The Domain.
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