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July 19, 2010

Along Came a Slider — CLOSED

Filed under: Burgers,Dinner,Lunch,Sandwiches — Tags: , , , , , — MikeK @ 9:40 am

Opening April 1

3600 S Lamar


Monday (closed)
Sun – Closed
Mon 11:30am-3:00pm
Tue – Sat 11:30am – 9:00pm


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  1. I know these guys personally and they are AMAZING Chefs! This is going to be the absolute best food in downtown Austin by far! I am certainly looking forward to it!

    Comment by Stephanie O. — July 22, 2010 @ 9:45 am

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    Comment by William Calabria — July 22, 2010 @ 6:29 pm

  3. […] of tea, how about a trucks that specialize in grilled cheese, cupcakes, French Asian cuisine (!), gourmet sliders, or pretty much anything else you can eat with your hands.  A meal at any given food truck is […]

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  4. I had the pleasure of eating @ Along Came A Slider and it was amazing!! Two professional chefs plus a great concept makes this a need to go to location for incredible Austin eats. I had the W D Pig and the Chicken N Waffle Sliders with a side of fries and some home-made ketchup. The pork was falling apart juicy and was on a bed of delicious jalapeno cole slaw. This was topped off with a real deal bbq sauce and it all added up to greatness. The chicken n waffle was no different. After asking one of the chefs about the carmelized onion and jalapeno syrup I found out they juice onions and jalapenos which they then turn into a caramel as the base for the sauce. This was drizzled on a perfectly crispy and juicy piece of free range chicken that had been breaded in waffle batter. The fries were cut right before my eyes and after a short fry were set next to the sliders and they handed me a side of home-made ketchup that didn’t taste anything like Heinz. This was actually good ketchup. I highly recommend this to anyone looking for something unique and delicious. Very affordable.

    Comment by Matthew S — August 12, 2010 @ 3:28 pm

  5. This was by far the best trailer food I have ever eaten!

    Comment by Mike Rayburn — August 26, 2010 @ 2:24 pm

  6. Everything I have tried here is excellent (I’ve visited 3 times.) Specials are great and the WD Pig is my favorite.

    Comment by Jay B — September 9, 2010 @ 9:56 am

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