Day 2 - Friday, November 25, 2017 - Maudie's Hacienda TEX-MEX
TEX-MEX for breakfast? Yes, in Austin people love the favorites of Maudie's menu all during the day, but breakfast and brunch are very popular.
Maudie Hamilton Wilson was a real person who began Maudie's Cafe in 1954 serving biscuits and gravy and chicken and dumplings. Ill health forced her to give up her café. In 1993 the Hernandez Brothers turned Maudie's into the Tex-Mex icon that it is today. We arrived at 10:00 am on Black Friday while most of the Austinites were shopping.
9911 Brodie Lane
Austin, TX 78748
There are eight Maudie's eateries in Austin, and from all reports, they are all busy, especially on the weekends. The breakfast menu is rich with traditional Tex-Mex cuisine but they do have a selection of traditional Diner Breakfast plates.
Eduardo and Vic both chose the Migas, two eggs scrambled with tomatoes, onions, serrano chiles, cheese, and tortilla strips, along with a side of refried beans. Gennie opted for her Gringo favorite, cinnamon French toast.
Our server was hustling and very busy with her tables and offered us beverages and then came back to take our orders. Because our son eats here often, he knew the wait staff team. I don't think that helped to enhance the service, but it could not hurt.
All in all, we would recommend Maudie's for breakfast, brunch, or dinner. The food is always served to perfection and the serving staff is ready to welcome you to one of Austin's favorite establishments.
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