Max BonemSenior Editor
Before joining The Infatuation, Max spent a year traveling through Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. Along the way, he visited many cities and wrote many guides, which makes his role overseeing The Infatuation’s travel guides very relevant. He also edits The Infatuation San Francisco and The Infatuation Philadelphia. Besides giving people travel tips and editing things, he enjoys eating vast amounts of khao soi, making breakfast tacos, and discussing Star Wars theories.
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If you want some excellent homemade pasta, but don’t feel like spending a fortune, go to Patrizi’s on Manor.
ADP’s sandwiches, hush puppies, and tacos are great. But they’re even better over a beer at The Wheel next door.
Thai Fresh is the neighborhood spot that you wish was around the corner from your house. Unless you live off Mary Street, then lucky you.
Hopfields is a French-ish spot in North Campus with a great beer selection and one of our favorite burgers in Austin.
The South Lamar location is way bigger and closer to downtown that the original shop, and even better, they still serve the best ramen in Austin.
El Chile has three things that no other spot on Manor has: strong margaritas, puffy tacos, and a big patio.
The Peached Tortilla on North Burnet serves everything from tacos to burgers to pork buns, and has one of the best Happy Hours in North Austin.