Make your way through the beat of a Russian nightclub in the front, to find yourself in a quaint dining room in back. Contemporary Russian cuisine encompasses French, Middle Eastern, and Mediterranean influences, which can be found here in the form of Maniti (meat dumplings) and golubtsy (stuffed cabbage). The Ukranian borsch is not to be missed.
You'll find this nationally recognized steak house in a historic Austin building. Good steaks and à la carte side dishes are accompanied by stock market quotes for the business crowd.
This place specializes in New Haven-style "apizza" with fresh, Texas ingredients like jalapeño. The clam pie is the real deal.
Enjoy fine dining and sultry live entertainment. Call ahead for information.
Both this and Downtown Farmers' Market (growers'-only markets) are projects of the Sustainable Food Center, whose mission is "improve access to local, healthy and affordable food for children and adults in Central Texas." Food Stamps.
This Cajun oasis on Shoal Creek serves great South Louisiana chow and ice-cold beer, along with a warm and fuzzy ambience. On Fridays, try the grilled salmon with chipotle-cream sauce.
Sushi, rice rolls, dumplings, spring rolls, wraps, coffees, teas, and karaoke: It's the perfect spot for that late-night pick-me-up.
This cafe and coffee bar is located on the bottom floor of the 13-story SXSW Center. In addition to tea and espresso drinks, menu options include pastries, breakfast tacos, soups, salads, and sandwiches.
Burgers, beer, and television.
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