LOCATIONS

Fixe

500 W. Fifth, Austin, 78701, 512/888-9133
Hours: Daily, 4-11pm

John Anderson

Southern food’s humble building blocks – buttermilk, black-eyed peas, grits, and salt pork – are refreshed through a combination of molecular gastronomy and just plain ingenuity.
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Fixe

Flashes of brilliance

Virginia B. Wood, March 18, 2015

First Plates Awards

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