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Austin at the Table

Forget politics. Here's one great town for eating and drinking
Mark Scarbrough, Bruce Weinstein
Issue: November 15, 2001

Austin is a unique place. It's not part of the cotton-growing plains of the South or the vast expanses of the American Southwest. Towns east of Austin host cotillions, and those to its west, rodeos. Here, in the heart of Texas, there's both—and more.

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