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Celebrate Texas Independence Day with $3 Off Chicken Fried Steak + Enter drawing for Charley Pride Tickets

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Celebrate

Texas Independence Day

March 2, 2017

$3 Off Chicken Fried Steak All Day!

And enter our drawing to win tickets to CHARLEY PRIDE at Rodeo Austin!

 

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The Story of Chicken Fried Steak

Was it Jimmy Don Perkins or John “White Gravy” Neutzling?

Like many a Texas icon, the history of Chicken Fried Steak is slathered in politics.

First off, you’ve got your Oklahomans who like to think they invented Chicken Fried Steak.  They made it their official state dish in 1988.

We Texans know that dipper don’t hold water.

Then you’ve got Lamesa, a little town just shy of Lubbock. They hold that the first chicken fried steak was made there 100 years ago on accident by short order cook Jimmy Don Perkins.  They even convinced the Texas Lege to pass a law naming the town the “Legendary Home of the Chicken-fried Steak” in 2011.

But hold on — folks from Bandera claim that their own John “White Gravy” Neutzling was the first to bread a steak and chicken-fry it, long before Lamesa’s Jimmy Don was a gleam in his daddy’s eye.

Here at Hyde Park Bar & Grill in Austin, we don’t have a dog in the fight. We’ve served Chicken Fried Steaks since 1982, and our is Texas-Independence good.  Come & get it!

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Real Texans Eat Chicken Fried Steak on Texas Independence Day!

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Let’s Talk Turkey

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Nothing says Happy Holidays quite like a delicious roast turkey!

Roast Turkey created by Dale Whistler, the artist responsible for some of the coolest public art in Austin!

Yours for all tine,

Hyde Park Fork

 

PS I’m always open to your ideas on what should be on the Fork next! Put your suggestions in the comments on this page.

BOTH: Austin Chronicle Names Hyde Park Bar & Grill “Best Comfort Cuisine 2013”

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Sometimes it’s hard to remember that we were not always a foodie town, that the current array of tastebud-boggling options was not always on our social menu. So it’s easy for old favorites to get lost in the din of dinnertime dilemmas. Strolling in and sitting down at one of Austin’s two Hyde Park Bar & Grills after not being there for a while and ordering one of their perfect meat-and-two-veg standards, like their pan-roasted chicken with green beans and mashers in a delicate tarragon jus, is much like that first holiday back home after being away at school: The experience is not just nourishing, it’s visceral, packed with mouthfeel memory and the revelation that while we may not have always been a foodie town, we’ve always had someone and somewhere saving us a seat at the table and pointing us in the right direction. — Austin Chronicle

Thank you.  We are so honored.  Come by & get comfortable.

Reservations Central (512) 458-3168

Reservations South (512) 899-2700

 

 

CENTRAL: Best food neighborhood in Austin?

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Best food neighborhood in Austin?

Hyde Park Bar and Grill Central on Duval

Our friend The Fork, adorned with a planet earth that now decorates the front of New World Deli!

Culture Map Austin wonders aloud whether the 42nd block of Duval in historic Hyde Park is “the best food neigborhood in Austin,” saying “this walkable restaurant row is a fun and quirky contender.”

(Spoiler alert) We couldn’t agree more.  We are proud to be in one of Austin’s most historic, and thoroughly walkable neighborhoods.

 

CLICK TO READ ALL ABOUT IT HERE.