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.
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Northern Va Suburbs of DC, Virginia
October 19, 2011
July 30, 2005
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