Whether you share with friends or finish them solo, sliders make a great anytime dish. These Austin joints have stepped up their slider game, dishing out unique twists on the classic mini sandwich.
The spotlight may shine on the ramen, but regulars know that the munchie katsu slider is not to be missed. The burger patty is breaded, deep fried, and served on a fluffy Hawaiian roll, slathered with katsu sauce.
This charming wine bar uses high quality Japanese wagyu beef - topped with melted Belletoile baby brie and caramelized onions - in their sliders. Even though you only get one per order, it makes for a decadent, creamy few bites ($5).
Adventurous slider seekers, look no further than this ranch-inspired eatery with a daily-changing menu. The restaurant breaks the mold of the traditional slider by dishing out unexpected versions like the ox tongue slider with pickled green tomato and dijon. Bonus: Wednesdays from 5-6 PM get 'em free.
Rooftop views and innovative burgers have turned this re-purposed tortilla factory into a popular neighborhood hangout. Bite-sized, melt-in-your-mouth Hawaiian rolls serve as the base for the pulled pork sliders, which are topped with a housemade apple slaw that complements the tanginess of the barbecue sauce ($9).
Low-key with a rustic chic decor, this Downtown spot offers an affordable menu of American fare that you order at the bar. The pulled pork sliders come topped with a house-made, sweet 'n' spicy honey chipotle barbecue sauce and come three to an order ($6.49).
This South Austin brewpub not only makes their own craft beer, but also has a full menu of American pub grub including pulled pork, meatball and veggie burger sliders.