Salty Sow

Ok… the Salty Sow isn’t in Dallas. It is in Austin. However, we all go to Austin once in a while and I just have to share this place! I mean…I went twice in 2 days! 

I was in Austin for a Keller Williams training and conference event, and we had our office dinner here. It was a short Lyft ride from downtown and I arrived a bit early. While I waited with my TX & Beer I pursued the menu and was delighted! There was not one “healthy” thing on that menu. It was all good down-home Southern cooking. Mashed potatoes, deviled eggs, beef shoulder, triple duck fat french fries (they put a fried egg on ‘em)…Lordy!

the Salty Sow food I ordered (lot of eggs)

The service was outstanding with our group all ordering different things at different times. They were even patient when we stayed after everyone left…we didn’t even notice since we were having such a good time.

I went back the next night with my niece. She was happy I agreed to go back. She loves it and there were more things I wanted to try!!

Great food, great drinks, great service! The Salty Sow will be a go-to whenever I venture down to Austin! You can check them out at their website.

Recommended by: Robin McCoy

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Robin McCoy is a Texas Realtor with Keller Williams Realty. License #0582766 | 214.226.3770 |

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I guess you can take the girl out of Texas but you can't take Texas out of the girl. I was born here in Dallas and moved away at age 8. After 30 years of moving around the United States, as a child with the family and as an adult without them, I finally found myself back in Dallas. Since I returned in 2001 I have sold furniture for Crate&Barrel and Real Estate with Keller Williams. It is my hope to share with you what I love, question, and find interesting here in DFW.

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