LOCATIONS

Eden East

755 Springdale, 512/428-6500

Photo by John Anderson

Chef Sonya Coté's BYOB restaurant is set beside a plowed field and under a canopy of ancient pecan trees on Springdale Farm. On Springdale Farmer's Stand Days (Wednesday and Saturday mornings) enjoy a breakfast/brunch after buying locally-made goods and fresh produce. On Friday and Saturday evenings, enjoy a prix fixe. Both of the meals are made with ingredients reflecting the current harvest.
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Chronicle Reviews

East to Eden

Sonya Coté's farm-to-table Arcadia, Eden East

Kate Thornberry, November 27, 2013

Articles

Eden East to Offer Contactless Produce Pickup

Owners Coté and Barrow pivots plans after months of hard knocks

Zelly Martin, April 16, 2020

On the Trail of the Local Snail

Austin, in one way or another, has it escargot-ing on

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 19, 2018

Austin Chefs Share Their Holiday Traditions

Try something completely different this year

Veronica Meewes, Dec. 22, 2016

First Plates Awards

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4710 E. Fifth, 512/385-2900

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