Cisco's Restaurant Bakery
What you see at Cisco's is what you get. Wood paneling, an exposed kitchen and old, personal photographs of local Austinites are scattered throughout. Cisco's has hardly changed since it opened its doors over 50 years ago, and the same goes for its unwavering popularity. You can't go wrong with the house coffee, migas and complimentary biscuits. All plates come with the perfect amount of grease to reverse the damage you did the night before.
Show up in shorts and a t-shirt; your appearance really doesn't matter here.
Also be aware that Cisco's serves breakfast and lunch only.