Cisco's Restaurant & Bakery€Ž

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1511 E 6th St (at Comal)
Austin, TX 78702
(512) 478-2420
Mexican, Breakfast
Mon–Sun: 7:00 AM–2:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • SXSW Recommendation from Sietsema-Migas is the #1 choice, but you can also get huevos rancheros w/ refried beans & a choice of tortillas or biscuits. This is his favorite restaurant in the world.
  • A staple for East Austin, Cisco's is only open til 2pm every day, but is always busy. Their breakfast migas have won local awards, the food is cheap and their service is always quick.
  • Old mexican diner on East Side. Great breakfast tacos. Signature biscuits.
  • If you havent been here, you dont know Austin. This place hasnt changed much in the 50 plus years it has been open. Its full of history and much of it is on the walls.
  • Don't forget the biscuits for breakfast. Try the ribeye for lunch.
  • Forget upscale comfort food. There's nothing upscale about Cisco's and that's why we, and our hangovers, love it. [Eater 38 Member]
  • The chorizo & egg taco is delish. Coffee is good, too!
  • Authentic and greasy, this East 6th institution cures almost any hangover. Try the Cisco Plate for a taste of everything or do the migas with a side of fajita steak if youre into eggs.
  • Order Picadillo as an appetizer for breakfast.
  • GET the chorimiga mexicana with both biscuits and tortillas!!!!
  • Inexpensive Mexican. What else is new. Alright.
  • It's 2015, gay marriage may not be legal *yet* in Texas, but don't need to listen to a staff member's (possibility the owner) homophobic racially-tinged ramblings. Skip.
  • Get the migas with fajita
  • Warm fluffy biscuits and flavorful fajitas. Yes please.
  • Biscuits. Mmm...biscuits.
  • Love this place. Always good and great atmosphere.
  • Best lunch specials. Fantastic breakfast. Great atmosphere. I love this place and come at least once a week.
  • If you don't have the biscuits and honey you're doing it wrong.
  • biscuits and Migas
  • Biscuits and Mexican breakfast. Cheap, greasy, and good.