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Best New Restaurant: Odd Duck

Best New Restaurant: Odd Duck
PHOTO BY John Anderson

Chef Bryce Gilmore opened Odd Duck as a food trailer in 2009, with a nearly Portlandia-level focus on supporting local sustainable agriculture. The trailer closed to condo development in 2011, and Gilmore turned his full attention to Barley Swine, his first full-service restaurant. The return of Odd Duck, this time as a full restaurant, has been met with unbridled enthusiasm, and his small plates continue the accessible farm-fresh tradition he started five years ago.

Odd Duck
1201 S. Lamar, 512/433-6521, foh@oddduckaustin.com
www.oddduckaustin.com

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