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Foreign & Domestic

306 E. 53rd
Austin, 78751
Hours: Breakfast: Daily, 7:30-11:30am; Dinner: Mon.-Thu., 5:30-9:30pm; Fri.-Sat., 5:30-10:30pm
Don’t be thrown by the approachable, informal atmosphere: The classically trained Chef Ned Elliott is putting out some seriously sophisticated food. The seasonal menu is limited, but that just means you get to eat your way through it faster.

Chronicle Reviews

Foreign & Domestic Food & Drink

Go eat there

Virginia B. Wood, August 12, 2010


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Trading dating apps for edible apps

Emily Beyda, Sept. 8, 2016

Best of Austin Awards

First Plates Awards

Restaurant Poll Awards

  • 2012: Readers Favorites
  • 2012: Critics Best Beef Tongue Dishes
  • 2012: Critics Best Food Show in Town
  • 2011: Critics Best Carrot Side Dish
  • 2011: Critics Best Place To Learn To Love Offal
  • 2011: Critics Best Restaurant To Try Pig’s Ears (or Something Like Them)

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