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Shoreline Grill CLOSED


Chronicle Reviews

Seafood With a Conscience

Shoreline should be applauded for taking a step to help preserve our seas without ever making us feel deprived

Wes Marshall, August 18, 2011

Best of Austin Awards

Restaurant Poll Awards

  • 2001: Readers Favorites
  • 1997: Critics Best American

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This pleasant dining room in the Omni Hotel atrium offers a Southwestern menu and a dynamite Sunday brunch with waffle and omelet stations.

700 San Jacinto, 512/476-3700

Bess Bistro on Pecan

European, Cajun, and Southern dishes are prepared with organic, local, and homegrown ingredients. A great selection of beers and spirits as well as a well-thought-out wine list complete the experience.

500 W. Sixth, 512/477-2377

The Bonneville

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.

202 W. Cesar Chavez, 512/428-4643

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