Most importantly, the girls visited Kate Weiser Chocolate in Trinity Groves an up-and-coming restaurant district in Dallas. Kate Weiser's creations are perfect from foot to top. The storefront is bustling, organized and a pleasant place to spend a few moments munching on bonbons.
The chocolates were vibrant, creative and as delicious as they were diverse.
I guess no trip to Texas is complete without a sampling of Torchy's Tacos. Torchy's is the kind of institution that makes you wish you were from Texas. A life without Torchy's street corn is a sad life indeed.
Another fun place to eat a quick meal is Bbbop Seoul Kitchen. It's a cute place to build your own Korean style bowl.
Perhaps the most famous food-truck-town in the world: Austin does not disappoint. You would be hard-pressed to find a better place to enjoy falafel on a hot day. Props to Kebabalicious.
So, maybe Austin is actually a little overwhelming. There is too much food to try. Is that possible?
Mighty Cone was a definite food truck highlight. Ah, Mighty Cone, you made me believe in fried avocado.
Texas, you have so much to offer. I wish I could do more than scratch the surface.