Patty Palace Has Entered The Chat
“Thank God it’s Friday” comes with a whole new meaning in the East Congress neighborhood of Austin, Texas. The streets are still full of life even as a brisk wind comes in from the north. Pubs and brew houses fill up quickly, so you stop at a friend’s house for a drink instead. Well, that’s what it feels like every time you visit St. Elmo’s Brewery. You’re greeted by all the warm smiles and vibrant laughs that fill the biergarten. After a couple rounds of your favorite brews, you start to get that familiar feeling once again: a grumble that touches the bottom of your stomach that leaves you feeling like an empty cave. As hunger strikes, you see a familiar friend—Spicy Boys Chicken in the corner. As you make your way to the front of the window to place an order, you look out the corner of your eye and someone’s got your attention. . . they’ve brought a friend.
Fundamental Yet Compelling
The team that brought you the Thai fried chicken trailer Spicy Boys has a new addition to the team called Patty Palace. They specialize in smash burgers and do not disappoint. This burger is a gem as it melts in your mouth. The lattice edges on the burger stole the show, but the buttery soft bun won’t be second in anyone’s heart. These two will be accompanied by grilled onions that are crisp as they cook with beef on the grill, paired with yellow mustard, fresh pickles, and housemade Palace Sauce. The only thing crispier than those edges were the thick cut fries that were seasoned to perfection. Chef Dillon Misonznick has turned the duo at St. Elmo’s into a must see, value-driven trio in South Austin. Get those Instagram alerts ready as they expand Patty Palace with hot dogs, breakfast sandwiches, and specials such as the Cuban Fritta.
439 Industrial Blvd, Austin, TX 78745
Tuesday- Friday, 3-10pm