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Rosie's

13436 Highway 71W, Bee Cave, TX - (512) 263-5164
Posted By Roy S Lewis on 1/14/2009 6:04:00 PM
I used to live down the road from Rosie's, next to the Austin World of Archery, back in the early 70s while I attended UT Austin. I'd go there two or three times a week. The food was excellent; the service was "home kitchen" friendly; and the prices fit into a college student's budget 'n appetite. I am glad to see that Rosie's is still around. Stop by 'n sample anything.

I recommend the carne guisada, a simple stewed pork or beef recipe, served with refried mushy pintos 'n rice that's heady with comino seed. Also ask for some aguacate (sliced avacado) on the side. This dish is a staple in Jalisco in Mexico and throughout Texas.

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3 - Overall: Excellent - Worth a Detour
Overall: Excellent - Worth a Detour
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This breakfast taco is filled with migas, a mix of scrambled eggs, melted cheese, and broken up bits of corn tortilla.  A great way to start the day!
"This breakfast taco is filled with migas, a mix of scrambled eggs, melted cheese, and broken up bits of corn tortilla. A great way to start the day!"
Michael Stern





One of these is a mere snack; three or four are a meal ... and an affordable meal, to be sure.
"One of these is a mere snack; three or four are a meal ... and an affordable meal, to be sure."
Michael Stern


We've often believed there is a corollary between expressive menus and exemplary roadfood.  Rosie's breakfast postings are a good example.
"We've often believed there is a corollary between expressive menus and exemplary roadfood. Rosie's breakfast postings are a good example."
Michael Stern


This is where Rosie's used to be before it moved to 13436 Highway 71 in Bee Cave.
"This is where Rosie's used to be before it moved to 13436 Highway 71 in Bee Cave."
Michael Stern



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