LOCATIONS

Jacoby's Restaurant & Mercantile

3235 E. Cesar Chavez, 512/366-5808
Hours: Tue.-Sat., 5-10pm; Sun., 10:30am-2pm
This latest Eastside foodery has freshened up an old concept – the ranch restaurant. Cocktails are served at the glam ranch bar. The chicken-fried steak is tender and well-flavored, the breading is light and crisp, and most importantly, the cream gravy is made from real pan drippings and not from a mix.
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Chronicle Reviews

Ranch Dressing

Jacoby's does country for city folks

Rachel Feit, November 6, 2014

Articles

Dear Glutton: Dining With Newborns

Do babies belong in nice restaurants?

Emily Beyda, April 13, 2017

Change for the Better

How one West Texas family brought the cows to town

Veronica Meewes, Sept. 4, 2014

First Plates Awards

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Eden East

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.

755 Springdale, 512/428-6500

White Mountain

Reed Murray has built a little natural foods empire creating tofu salads and dips, wheat roast "fajitas" and BBQ, vegetarian tamales, fresh yogurt cheeses and the remarkable White Mountain Yogurt. Makers of the ever-popular Veg-Itas as well as other yummy,healthy foods that even confirmed carnivores can't help enjoying. White Mountain products can be purchased from all the best natural foods retailers locally.

3301 E. Fifth, 512/385-4711

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