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Hut's Hamburgers

807 W. 6th St., Austin, TX - (512) 472-0693
Posted By Michael Stern on 12/24/2012 1:15:00 PM
Hut’s offers nineteen different varieties of hamburger, not including the options of buffalo meat, chicken breast, or veggie burgers. Each kind of hamburger is topped with a constellation of condiments that range from hickory sauce to cheeses of all kinds to guacamole to chipotle mayonnaise. Beyond burgers, there are other sandwiches, a different blue plate special every day (chicken fried steak, meat loaf, catfish on Friday, etc.), and a beverage list that includes cherry Coke, pink lemonade, and a root beer float.

The hamburgers are not fancy, not unusual in any way. They are big, beautiful American classics. We are particularly fond of the Buddy Holly Burger with the works, the double-meat Dag burger, and the Hut’s Favorite with bacon, cheese, lettuce, and mayonnaise. The French fries are very good, and the onion rings have a peppery zest that make them a joy to overeat.

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5 - Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
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Bacon, Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, and Mayo with a side of hand cut french fries.
"Bacon, Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, and Mayo with a side of hand cut french fries."
Stephen Rushmore





Silky smooth and creamy.  A great way to spoil your appetite before the hamburgers arrive.
"Silky smooth and creamy. A great way to spoil your appetite before the hamburgers arrive."
Stephen Rushmore


Hut's Favorite is the go-to item, and a great introduction to this spot: a six-ounce patty topped with just the right things.
"Hut's Favorite is the go-to item, and a great introduction to this spot: a six-ounce patty topped with just the right things. "
Mark Kaupe


Outside shot of Hut's Hamburgers
"Outside shot of Hut's Hamburgers"
Stephen Rushmore



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