1014 N. Lamar, Austin, 78703, 512/482-8868
Hours: Mon.-Wed., 6-10pm; Thu.-Sat., 5:30-11pm
If you enjoy exemplary meals crafted with local, fresh ingredients in a friendly atmosphere, this is your kind of place. The menu changes frequently but is always adventuresome.
As Food editor Virginia B. Wood relates in a review of Wink, a new restaurant on North Lamar, two of Austin's longtime chefs are busy operating the restaurant of their dreams.
Virginia B. Wood, Sept. 20, 2001
- 2010: Readers Best Intimate Dining (TIE: Wink; Justine's)
- 2009: Readers Best Intimate Dining
- 2008: Readers Best Intimate Dining
With new ownership and a new, modern American menu, this place marches on with new items such as beer-battered soft shell crawfish, balsamic-glazed goat ribs, and grilled shrimp.
1200-B W. Sixth, 512/322-9226
The crowd is attracted by the simple menu based on locally sourced, naturally raised, and often organic ingredients, paired with down-home friendliness.
626 N. Lamar, 512/708-8800
You don't need to be a member of Castle Hill Specialized Fitness to enjoy these premade, fresh-daily meals that can be heated and eaten there or taken home.
1112 N. Lamar Ste. D, 512/472-1674