Olive & June

3411 Glenview, 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.
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Olive & June

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Melanie Haupt, June 21, 2012

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