1807 S. First, 512/215-9778
Hours: Tue.-Sat., 5-10:30pm; Sun., 5-9pm; Mon., closed
This glittering space serves “hot weather food,” chef Todd Duplechan’s take on seasonality. The customizable prix fixe offers choices from dishes in four categories: field, sea, land, and dream (dessert, of course).
Lenoir dazzles with a French spin on 'hot-weather cuisine'
Claudia Alarcón, April 12, 2012
Making Vietnamese cuisine with grass-fed meats, eggs from pastured chickens, locally grown organic produce, and seafood fresh from the Gulf makes us happy, but not as happy as the dreamy drip coffee served iced or hot.
1501 S. First, 512/291-2881
This petite Parisian bakery and coffee shop specializes in French pastries: croissants, pain au chocolat, almond and pear brioche, rose and citron madeleines, chouquettes, financiers, palmiers, chocolate and coffee éclairs, mille-feuille, tarte tatins, and gâteaux, as well as more than two dozen flavors of macaron.
602 W. Annie, 512/912-0033