Top 10 places to Eat at in Cedar Park

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief

  1. Whataburger: The main staple of high school students anywhere. Got an off-period? Skipping school? Hungry after a football game? Whataburger is the place you need to be.
  2. Chuy’s: With the new restaurant being built off of 1431, Chuy’s is more prevalent than ever as the best tex-mex food around. Whether you’re there for their tres leches, fajitas or just to get your hands on some creamy jalapeno, you’re guaranteed to leave satisfied.
  3. Torchy’s: For the most unique tacos around, there’s no place better than Torchy’s. Started in a food truck in downtown, Torchy’s is a true Austin classic. You’re not a real Austinite until tacos become a serious part of your diet.
  4. Freebirds: Chipotle’s prettier cousin, Freebirds offers the biggest burritos around with a better selection than your local joint. And feel free to play with your food, the restaurant encourages guests to make sculptures out of your discarded aluminum foil.
  5. Plucker’s: Get your wing on and fill up on fried foods galore. While you’re there, try and get on their “tweet of the day” post.
  6. P. Terry’s: A great burger for a great price, and an amazing aesthetic to boot, there’s no beating P. Terry’s. They seem to pop up overnight, so if there’s not one near you, just wait a few days, it’ll show up.
  7. Chili’s: With a little bit of everything, Chili’s is a town favorite.
  8. Moonie’s Burgers:  Craving a fancier burger than what Whata or P. Terry’s can offer? Try out Moonie’s.
  9. MOD Pizza: Everyone and their brother works here. It combines all the freedom of choosing your own toppings with all the deliciousness of pizza. A win-win no matter how you look at it.
  10. Smokey Mo’s: Smokey Mo’s is the proud sponsor of Cedar Park High School and the best barbecue money can buy. It’s a classic.