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Offers predominantly South Indian street food, served in a clean space by helpful and friendly staff. Be sure to try the fried idli, pani puri, khasta kachori, and the chole samosas. Read our review.
13000 N. I-35, Bldg. 12 #216 + 512/491-5055
Be sated by one of the biryanis or the aloo paratha, whole-wheat bread stuffed with potatoes and peas.
3201 Bee Caves Rd. + 512/329-0234
Your waitress may resemble a runaway who's lost her clothing, but don't call the cops – just order the ribs.
11617 Research + 512/346-3025
Jennifer Costello and Chris Hurley are churning out New American cuisine with a precision and deftness that puts you at the table with local, seasonal sourcing, prepared to bring out the inherent flavors of superb ingredients. You know that imaginary, Mom-worthy perfect brunch? Think Pop-Over Eggs Benny, bananas Foster french toast, and chipotle-lime chicken hash. Read our review.
202 W. Cesar Chavez + 512/428-4643
Here you'll find 16 varieties of authentic Aussie savory pies with flaky crusts, plus very friendly counter folks and great coffee, too.
3110 Guadalupe #150 + 512/380-0032
1221 W. Sixth + 512/828-7404
It may be described as Chicago-style Italian, but this popular spot offers some sophisticated fare as well. One special, the clams with sweet vermouth and roasted peppers over pappardelle pasta, had our critic swooning. Read our review.
1321 S. Congress + 512/916-1315
Pick up a book, play Battleship, and enjoy all your favorite coffee drinks along with some killer honey lemonade. They also have a great vegetarian menu. Read our review.
1900 S. First + 512/416-1601
Lunchtime finds a crowd enjoying comforting soups and distinctive sandwiches, including the BLT made with fried green tomatoes. Don't overlook the cookies, luxuriously decorated cupcakes, or fabulous pies.
3201 Bee Caves Rd. #106 + 512/328-7100
2201 S. Lakeshore Boulevard +
From big screen TVs and unlimited sports, to soft leather recliners with built-in beer glass holders and a TV tray, this new spot has you in mind. With American gastro-pub fare and 80 beers on tap, you won't want to go home.
11680 Research, Ste. A + 512/343-2000
This isn't just some of the best pizza in town; there's a full menu of gluten-free options complementing the traditional, filling pasta dishes, all with a personal touch. Read our review.
9911 Brodie + 512/292-3939
1209 Red River + 512/477-7006
10710 Research #310 + 512/345-6181
When you need your Lone Star cold, your chicken-fried steak hot, and the ghost of Ernest Tubb on your shoulder, the Spoke is it.
3201 S. Lamar + 512/442-6189
This national chain serves "immigrant Southern Italian" cuisine. Dishes are served family-style or personalized for two with smaller portions.
3612 Tudor + 512/342-8462
This trailer serves excellent Louisiana-style fare.
4209 Airport + 512/586-4425
There is a good reason why Argentina-born chef Reina Morris is well-regarded for her exemplary baked goods. Her empanadas are a bite of heaven with wonderful savory treasures encased in delicate, flaky crusts. Both the texture and flavor of the Lomito Beef sandwich is as good as it gets, with perfectly cooked tenderloin slathered with the house signature chimichurri sauce on a soft baguette. Meanwhile, the desserts for which regulars save room will be glowing in the pastry case in all of their glory, so before you get those alfajores for later, consider Quattro Leches cake, or Pionono roulade with fresh strawberries.
1201 E. Sixth + 512/382-1189