This local upstart takes aim at the big delivery chains by offering pizzas – with gourmet ingredients and good crust – for practically a steal.
These days Austin's oldest surviving grocery offers a bountiful menu of hot and cold sandwiches, an array of fresh salads, and hearty soups in the fall and winter.
4403 Avenue B 512/453-3921
Offers both Tex-Mex dishes and Interior specialties such as albondigas en chipotle and enchiladas de pipian. Go with a crowd, listen to the music, and have some fun.
4211 S. Lamar 512/416-9667
5610 N. I-35 512/302-1366
Try this place for great enchiladas and popular flavored margaritas that should come with warning stickers: "Muy bueno!"
13609 N. I-35 512/670-9111
Try this place for great enchiladas and multiflavored margaritas that should come with warning stickers: "Muy bueno!"
1705-A S. Lakeshore Blvd. 512/447-1339
online orders only
2200 I-35 S. 512/448-9711
Winner of 2011’s Best of Austin Critics Pick for Best Dinner Destination on a Damp, Cold Night, this place is about as authentically Italian as you can get without jumping on a plane to Parma. Antipasti, Neopolitan pizza, and a good wine list make for good shelter here. Read our review.
507 San Jacinto 512/474-9899
Fans of humble hogmeat will adore this pork parlor that offers breakfast all day, and bacon worthy of the name. Local beers and homemade desserts round out your cholesterol and carbohydrate intake. Read our review.
900 W. 10th 512/322-9777
In addition to a full espresso bar and French bakery, this place has an extensive menu including sweet and savory crepes, quiches, and croque-monsieurs. Sandwiches are available as paninis or on a fresh half-baguette, and all breads and pastries are baked in-house.
12101 FM 2244 512/263-8388
The menu is studded with specialties from stir-fry to filet mignon to chicken Florentine – classic diner food designed for those who crave the honest, homemade flavors of Mama's cooking.
5404 Manchaca Rd. 512/443-5167