Weekend in Austin: Foodie Paradise

From Fly.com Blog:

As the polar vortex makes an encore appearance in the Midwest and Northeast, it’s hard not to feel nostalgic for my recent trip to Austin — and it’s certainly not surprising that 1,000 people are relocating to the Texan city each day.

With temperatures hovering around 70 degrees during the day, and dropping down to a breezy 50 degrees at night, Austin is a perfect escape for travelers looking to flee the kind of frigid winter we’ve been having in New York.  It can also be a paradise for food lovers.

I made my trip with Matt Ring, who you may recognize from his handsome Fly.com profile. Thanks to Matt’s travel expertise, we nabbed a $140 roundtrip flight from JFK to Austin (Delta) over Martin Luther King Day weekend. And, because the trip was relatively low-cost we were able to embrace the full Austin foodie experience.

Here is a rundown of where you should eat if you ever find yourself in Texas’ capital city one weekend.

Continue reading: Weekend in Austin: Foodie Paradise @ Fly.com Blog

Charlee Fam is a twenty-something, award-winning writer living in New York City. She recently completed her first novel, Last Train to Babylon.

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