Forget PoBoys, JewBoys is where the new hotness is. Chef Mo Pittle was born into an East Coast Jewish family that moved to El Paso when he was a kid. This gave him insight into two very different worlds: the Jewish community and the Latino culture he grew up in. This weird mix-up of Jewish and Latino cultures, flavors, and foods are perfectly suited to Austin food truck culture, where weird mix-ups are the norm. JewBoy burgers take the best of both worlds and mash them up into an oddly appealing take on the American staple that is sure to appeal to both the masses and the most discerning gourmet palate.
The original JewBoy burger is a diner-style burger with a patty made from ground USDA-prime beef mixed with onions served on a warm potato roll. Sounds simple enough, but it can also be paired with Chile con Queso or jack cheese and green chilies for a bit of a Mexican kick.
The Jewish-Mexican fusion is most prominent in the latkes, which combine traditional latkes with green chilies, spicy ketchup or sour cream. If you're feeling really adventurous, you can even put a latke on your burger. This is a place that everybody's talking about – come find out why!
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