Stallion Grill(512) 380-9433
Comfort Food/Home Cooking, Southern, Barbecue, Casual/Family, Catering, Children's Menu, Kids Friendly, Take Out/Carry Out, TV/Satellite, Wheelchair Access, Lunch
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Restaurant DescriptionFood & Catering Services from Our Texas Restaurant
Enjoy mouthwatering barbecue and professional catering services from our family restaurant in Austin, Texas. Located in the vicinity of the Highland Mall, Stallion Grill has 10 years' combined experience in the barbecue restaurant industry to back our friendly service and tasty menu options! The bulk of our food items are made fresh daily from scratch. Our Southern smoker is amazing, and provides giant-size meal portions at affordable prices. Contact us today to make a reservation.
About Our Texas Restaurant
Stallion Grill was an already running restaurant when we took it over. Since the change of ownership we have put in booths to accommodate larger gatherings and changed the tabletops. We are open seven days a week, have several different daily specials, offer an assortment of freshly made sides, and look forward to feeding you in the near future.
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