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Keeping 183 Weird For Almost 45 Years!

Grand Old Austin Tour: Catfish Parlour

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Generally speaking, the establishments deemed "classic" enough for the Grand Old Austin Tour tend to be in the central part of town, or maybe to the south or east of the central core. But there's one place along 183 that's been holding down the fort in northwest Austin for long enough to more than earn the "classic" tag: the original Catfish Parlour!

You've seen the neon fish. Below, find out what's up inside that part of town's most classic fish joint from owners Tommy and Dave Kerbow.

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