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Northern Va Suburbs of DC, Virginia
October 19, 2011
July 30, 2005
The menu has a variety of options. If you want a great deal, order the southwestern Caesar salad with salmon. I ordered this one time expecting a few chunks of salmon mostly obscured by lettuce, but I got a full-on filet of grilled salmon on top of a bed of Caesar-covered romaine. To top it all off, the salad was bright with yellow corn, and it had an undeniably unique but understated southwestern flavor. Yum. Best of all, it's only $8 without tax.
Austin also has all the regular Mexican dishes: fajitas, tacos, etc., with beef, chicken, lettuce, tomato, cheese, pinto beans... you get the picture. Nothing on the menu is outrageously expensive, but it's all good. Austin Grill is a place where you know you can get a pretty good meal. It's good for families, too. It’s not exactly the top of my list as far as dining goes, but it's good for a Thursday night in the summer when you're looking for a place to go.
From journal Life in the Nation's Capital, Washington DC
Washington, District of Columbia
February 25, 2002
Great fajitas, skirt steak, salads, etc. Margaritas are super-popular.
Brunch isn't half-bad... although it's strange eating chips and salsa, with a hangover, at 10 am, isn't it?
Friendly young staff.
From journal New to Washington, DC
December 21, 2001
From journal Washington, DC haunts