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You can enjoy this Berlin-inspired kebap in flatbread, as a wrap, or, for the carbophobe, as a salad.
2021 Guadalupe St., #236 + 512/800-7437
The comfy bar, great service, and dazzling display of antipasti near the front door lure us in, and the pasta and heirloom tomatoes do the rest. And if gluten-free pasta is what you're after, you'll find plenty of it here.
1610 S. Congress + 512/441-6100
The crowd roars for this most excellent old-school pan pizza. Located at the Violet Crown Social Club. Read our review.
1111 E. Sixth + 512/939-1927
61 Rainey St. + 512/609-9405
4406 S. Congress + 512/383-9730
An ample and clean design of copper tones is home to menu items like steak tartare and crab cakes, clams and fries with homemade chorizo, pork belly with Dijon vinaigrette, and rosemary-seared lamb chops. Read our review.
301 San Jacinto + 512/457-8325
Comfy furnishings, great wines, surprisingly good food, and reasonable prices keep everybody coming back. Read our review.
4119 Guadalupe + 512/465-9282
3500 Jefferson #101 + 512/420-9111
3401 Esperanza Crossing #104 + 512/339-8482
15406 FM 2769, Volente + 512/258-1633
2307 Manor Rd. + 512/478-2582
This under the radar Banlga joint surprises with fantastic fish dishes such as fish masala, mahi fillet, and fish kabab. Read our review.
9717 N. Lamar + 512/833-0005
The famous round waffle, the crushed ice – you can have that and more 24 hours a day here.
8800 Hwy. 290 W. + 512/926-1683
7809 E. Ben White + 512/389-0444
You'll feel like you're on vacation here, even if it's only a lunch hour. Regulars are addicted to the Banzai Bowl and keep coming back for tacos and Baja Rolls.
509-A Rio Grande + 512/476-3474
1722 S. Congress +
Has flowers, gifts, baked goods, and lots of coffee. Walton's own label provides the dark roast, and Hunapu, the light. The cold-brewed toddy, made with Brazilian yellow bourbon, is a favorite, The hot sandwiches include all-natural meats if you're not interested in nitrates for lunch. Grab a Whoopie Pie on your way out. Read our review.
609 W. Sixth + 512/542-3380
4036 South Lamar Ste. 100 + 512/428-9463
Hand-cut fries and chocolate-cinnamon shakes draw a comfortable, mixed crowd.
8600 Burnet Rd. + 512/458-6544
1106 W. 38th + 512/451-5245