Where did the ‘Ugly Betty’ cast party in Austin? (No really, where?)

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The cast of "Ugly Betty" at the Ugly Betty Reunion After Party presented with Entertainment Weekly sponsored by Toyota at the ATX Television Festival in Austin, TX on Saturday, June 11, 2016. (Photo by Rick Kern/Getty Images for Entertainment Weekly)
The cast of "Ugly Betty" at the Ugly Betty Reunion After Party presented with Entertainment Weekly sponsored by Toyota at the ATX Television Festival in Austin, TX on Saturday, June 11, 2016. (Photo by Rick Kern/Getty Images for Entertainment Weekly)

The cast of “Ugly Betty” at the Ugly Betty Reunion After Party presented with Entertainment Weekly sponsored by Toyota at the ATX Television Festival in Austin, TX on Saturday, June 11, 2016. (Photo by Rick Kern/Getty Images for Entertainment Weekly)

Update: One reader, who was there to see the photo taken, says the “Ugly Betty” cast is eating at Roaring Fork in America Ferrera’s tweet. Cheers!

Earlier: Austin welcomed more than a hundred television actors, writers, directors and producers this weekend for the annual ATX Television Festival, which celebrates the medium, its history and where its headed. But even in the midst of all that celebration, a star’s got to eat.

Couldn’t they do us a favor and at least tag what Austin restaurant they visited, though? The cast of “Ugly Betty” were reunited this weekend and, going by their numerous posts on social media, they had a great time. Yet none of them marked where they were. Going off of photos, we’re almost certain they took this picture at Parkside.

And maybe we just don’t dine at the same places as the rich and famous, but we couldn’t figure out where they were in these photos either.

While the “Ugly Betty” cast’s Austin adventure remains a bit of a mystery, more courteous stars shared the names of where they ate on social media. The cast of FX’s show “Rescue Me,” which includes Denis Leary, Michael Lombardi and Andrea Roth, dined at the upscale Jeffrey’s.

“State of Grace” actress Mae Whitman sipped on a Bloody Mary downtown at South Congress Cafe. 

Comedian Jim Gaffigan and the cast of “Night Shift” dove into the Austin barbecue scene. 

And following President Obama’s lead, “Everybody Loves Raymond” creator Phil Rosenthal made his first stop at Torchy’s Tacos.

First stop. #austin #WhatPhilsHaving #NetflixandPhil @atxfestival

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