The majority of monolingual Americans are often bitterly disappointed when they find that René Magritte's Ceci n'est pas une cheeseburger is not a cheeseburger. Today's deal lets you taste the real thing with $10 worth of American fare for $5 at Hang Town Grill, a locally owned diner in Westlake. This Groupon must be redeemed within three months.
Hang Town's menu lists an array of diner fare, including burgers, salads, and pizzas, over which newcomers oft flash back to making eyes at high-school sweeties and wanton french fries. Each of Hang Town's burgers ($5.50–$7) is made from 100% ground chuck, and unless you specify otherwise, your burger is prepared medium-well. Try the classic Hang Town burger; or opt for something less Aristotle and more Epicurus, such as the Southwestern-inspired green-chile cheeseburger (with chipotle mayo, green chiles, and jack cheese) or a savory veggie burger. More handhelds include such sandwiches as grilled tuna (yellowfin tuna steak with pesto-ranch dressing, $8.25) and the Hang Town chicken sandwich (dill-pickle slices on boneless chicken breast, $6.25).
Anyone who’s tried nailing an oven-fresh pizza pie to a wall knows that pizza is more adept at being edible than being wall art. All of Hang Town's pizzas ($6–$6.75) are made with a melty blend of mozzarella, provolone, parmesan, and romano cheeses and come with a variety of toppings, such as pepperoni, roasted vegetables, and barbecue chicken. Those with a green tooth can try Reed's salad (mixed greens, pecans, feta, and marinated onions, $6.25 for a full size) or the chicken tortilla salad with chipotle vinaigrette dressing ($7.75). All salads are served with homemade dressings and foccacia bread, both of which are made fresh daily.
There are few months better than February, March, and April in which to enjoy freshly grilled foods, and few teeth better than central incisors, lateral incisors, and canines with which to bite into the flavorful fare. In order to comply with seasonal fashions and etiquette, teeth interested in maintaining a privileged social status won't be caught rotten wearing anything broiled, stir-fried, or pressure-cooked.
Valid for dine-in and carryout only.
Check out what publications in Austin are saying about Hang Town Grill and its buffalo mural:
- My salad is ready before I have time to think about turning a year older, the flavor is…fresh. The lettuce is crisp, the tuna has a clean finish and I am fairly certain I caught the buffalo eyeing my vinaigrette dressing. – Lauren Wolf, Rare
- Super kid friendly joint serves up food good enough to keep the adults happy. – Austin American-Statesman
- Great burgers and the quesadillas are pretty good too…. Good service, I have been there 2 times and both times, within 10 minutes my food is ordered, cooked, and ready for me to eat! – pizzaparty666, Citysearch