In: Eating19 Aug 2011
(map) At last! One of Austin’s most popular burger spots opens a new location out West. And what a location! Designed by award-winning architect Michael Hsu, who also designed Maudie’s Hill Country, the building features a dramatic, angled roof and attractive elements of stone and wood throughout. P. Terry’s is famous for its all-natural ingredients and simple menu: Beef, chicken and veggie burgers, with or without cheese, served with lettuce, tomatoes and special sauce. It’s a menu that has won the hearts (and stomachs) of Austin, and we are happy to have them out West.
The cool, serene outdoor patio (note the huge custom ceiling fan) has a miles-long view overlooking the hills.
You order at the counter and then they call your number. The menu is refreshingly simple. Below, note the dramatic angle of the ceiling, which is dotted with oversized, retro skylights. Classic rock music livens up the atmosphere. If you don’t have time for the groovy dining room, there’s always the drive-through.