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10 Best Austin Restaurants

  • 909 W Mary St, Austin
    Julie Joyce - We have passed by so many times and said “we need to try this place” and we finally did from the Fresh Chalk recommendations. So good!! My husband and I shared two appetizers and one entrée and it was more than enough for the two of us. The veggies were so fresh and cooked perfectly. The spice of the meat was wonderful. Definitely going back, soon.
    Elexa Martinez - Local and so delicious with great gluten-free bakery options. My family's favorite is the drunken noodles for a little spice and the pat sea ew for the family. Their employee model is commendable I like supporting local and sustainable business and this one is a gem.
    Liz Stella - We're huge fans of this restaurant! Delicious selection of dishes and also a great side bakery that's gluten-free providing sweet treats. They incorporate fair wages and holiday etc. into the price so you don't have to tip. A model that could be followed by many more restaurants!
  • 5207 Brodie Ln, Austin • South Austin
    Elexa Martinez - My family's go to for Indian food. Our favorites are the chicken and veggie pakoras, chicken veggie tikka masala, kabob salad and of course their mango lemonade that we can never get enough of. I really like how you can choose how spicy you want your dishes. They are vegan and gluten free friendly and offer an amazing kids menu that is almost enough for an adult. I have been to 3 different locations and have had the same quality of food and service in all 3. It is a must local restaurant spot.
    Cindy HAWKINS - Elexa introduced us to Tarka Indian kitchen and I have to say that I really enjoyed the selection, variety and flavor of the food here.
  • 2039 Airport Blvd, Austin • East Austin
    Liz Stella - A blues music jewel in Austin, my husband has jammed here and it's always welcoming. When you enter this dark, unassuming bar you'll lose track of time in a good way, savouring great live music and a well-stocked bar.
  • 533 W Oltorf St, Austin • Bouldin
    Liz Stella - A regular go-to for the best brunch south of the river. My husband and I have brought locals and visiting friends for some easy-going American breakfast food with their own special touch. An array of hot sauce condiments too to add some fire!
  • 134 E Riverside Dr, Austin • Travis Heights
    Julie Joyce - Yummy tacos hand rolled in fresh tortillas. Several breakfast and lunch options are available. Also have several choices of fresh made salsas. Quick and friendly service. Outdoor dining, curbside pickup and carryout available.
  • 6507 Circle S Rd, Austin
    Liz Stella - A lifeline for those who like good food, good drinks, and a great outdoor space. A more refined menu than your average "bar and grill" which good spacing for families, especially during pandemic times! Staff are cool and efficient, they even have merch.
  • 7. Komé
    5301 Airport Blvd 100, Austin • Hyde Park
    Liz Stella - This restaurant does Japanese excellence with a Texan spin. Fantastic sushi and specials, in particular their Tarantula roll. The best miso in town too!
  • 4204 Menchaca Rd, Austin • South Lamar
    Elexa Martinez - We love their wonderful courtyard and family friendly environment outside. They have excellent coffee with a couple trailers for food options. They also have a nice beer and cider selection. The wifi can definitely be spotty at times depending on how busy and can be noisy inside if you're looking for a space to work.
  • 111 Congress Avenue Fareground 7, Austin • Downtown
    Liz Stella - Thank goodness we have a bona fide location for great Israeli food in Austin! The BEST hummus you will find. Owner/Chef Berty Richter is so passionate about everything he does and it's no wonder he made such a success with this business. Go try the food now, it's unforgettable!
  • 8000 Burnet Rd, Austin
    Christopher Conner - Amazing Neapolitan-style pizza baked in pizza ovens imported from Italy. They also have Italian beers and wine.

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