Austin Restaurant Weeks Returns Oct. 1-10. Here's Where You Can Eat.

Get a dining deal, donate to Central Texas Food Bank

Austin Restaurant Weeks has announced over 50 restaurants, bars, and breweries participating in the 10-day-long event, which features prix-fixe menus, specialty menu items, and drink specials.

Not only are you getting a great deal – multi-course meals are set at a standard $20 for lunch and $35 or $50 for dinner – you’re also participating in a major fundraiser for Central Texas Food Bank, which receives a portion of all sales.

The ARW website lets you search all participating restaurants and take a peek at the menus (although not all are available yet). Reservations are encouraged.

This year’s restaurants include:

• 4th Tap Brewing Co-op
• Alice’s Restaurant
• Amy’s Ice Creams
• Arlo Grey
• Austin Land and Cattle
• Bar Peached
• Black Star Co-op
• Buenos Aries Café
• Café No Sé
• Capital City Gastro
• Caroline
• CARVE American Grille
• The Cavalier
• Chinatown North
• Craft Pride
• Culinary Dropout
• Devil May Care
• El Alma Restaurante Bar
• El Chile Café
• Foreign & Domestic
• The Front Page
• Goodall’s
• Gusto Italian Kitchen + Wine Bar
• Hotel Vegas Concession Stand
• Il Brutto
• Intero
• It’s Italian Cucina
• Jack Allen’s Kitchen (Oak Hill
• 360
• Anderson Lane
• Round Rock)
• Julie Myrtille Bakery
• Kale Me Crazy
• La Condesa
• Little Ola’s Biscuits
• L'Oca d'Oro
• Olive & June
• P6
• Paul Martin’s American Grill
• The Peached Tortilla
• Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille (Downtown and Domain)
• Sala and Betty
• Salt Traders Coastal Cooking (Round Rock and Zilker)
• Second Bar + Kitchen
• Siena Ristorante Toscana
• Sweet Paris Creperie & Café
• TenTen
• Texas French Bread Bakery and Bistro
• Thai Fresh
• Trudy’s Tex Mex (North Star & South Star)
• The Well
• Wicky's Walkup

Austin Restaurant Weeks runs Oct. 1-10.

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