Olive & June

3411 Glenview, Austin, 78703, 512/467-9898
Hours: Daily, 5pm-close
Housed in a gorgeous mid-century-modern structure, this is Italian grandmother-inspired cooking with a sophisticated spin. Classic dishes meet seasonal, local ingredients in unexpected ways.
Expand Map
Collapse Map

Chronicle Reviews

Olive & June

The highest highs and lowest lows

Melanie Haupt, June 21, 2012

First Plates Awards

More: Italian restaurants, Old West Austin


A Clarksville charmer, Cipollina has the feel of well-kept secret. Mediterranean-inspired dishes abound, such as paninos at lunchtime, as well as pasta and signature pizzas all the time. For dinner, try the cioppino.

1213 West Lynn, 512/477-5211

Lucky's Puccias & Pizzeria

Luciano Sibilla made his name some time ago with his puccia sandwiches, served on a cultish, micro-authentic bread. The anything-goes approach extends to the Neapolitan-ish pizza. The Americana is a reflection of Italy-native Sibilla's view on his new countrymen. It's a dubstep drop of a pizza, adding a thick layer of mozzarella, pancetta, french fries, and a fried egg to the tomato base.

1611 W. Fifth, #175, 512/291-3531

Winflo Osteria

This menu offers terrific pizza and pasta, as well as appetizers like artichoke fritti and perfect fried calamari.

1315 W. Sixth, 512/582-1027

AC Daily, Events and Promotions, Luvdoc Answers

Breaking news, recommended events, and more

Official Chronicle events, promotions, and giveaways

Updates for SXSW 2017

All questions answered (satisfaction not guaranteed)