We Suggest: Migas at Cisco's Bakery

 Migas with fajita from Cisco's Bakery

Migas with fajita from Cisco's Bakery

If you're not from around here, you may have never heard of a delicious Tex-Mex dish called Migas. From the spanish word meaning "crumbs", this dish of eggs, scrambled with pico de gallo, pieces of tortilla chips and topped with cheese is a staple at breakfast tables in Central Texas. And nobody does this dish in town better than Cisco's bakery. Be sure and ask for the homemade biscuits on the side.

Cisco's was founded in 1948 by Rudy "Cisco" Cisneros. For nearly 70 years, the restaurant has been run by him, his sons and his son's sons. It's one of the local spots that have stood the test of time and is our favorite spot for breakfast, hands down. It's the type of place where you can see senators, landscapers, cowboys and hippies all sit down for Tex-Mex homestyle breakfasts and lunches.

It's open from 7am-2:30pm daily and is located at 1511 E. 6th Street, just a few blocks east of I-35.