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What replaced Bagpipes on 183 and Burnet?

gntlmn6464 Apr 15, 2011 02:04 PM

I notice there is a new burger place instead of Bagpipes. I wonder what the name is and is it worth a try?

  1. amykragan Apr 15, 2011 07:37 PM

    It's called Big Daddy's and is a more casual " Burger place" by the Nutty Brown owners.

    Website....along with coupons up and running. Google will serve you well my friend

    Nutty Brown Cafe
    12225 W Highway 290, Austin, TX 78737

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      stephanieh Apr 15, 2011 04:04 PM

      They are actually owned by the Nutty Brown folks. I enjoyed it for a novelty burger, but thought it was a little pricey to put in regular rotation. They're still working out some of the recipes. But they seem to be interested in feedback and had a great attitude.

      Nutty Brown Cafe
      12225 W Highway 290, Austin, TX 78737

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        willtryanythingonce Apr 15, 2011 02:11 PM


        Apparently same owners or the managers of bagpipes bought out the investors to open this or some such. I had the Chronic Burger which professes some heat, and it was ok, but not a standout and I think for what they're charging for burgers, they're gonna have to up the game.
        I probably wouldn't object to being dragged back to try something else, but it's not made its way into my regular lunch rotation.

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