These days Austin's oldest surviving grocery offers a bountiful menu of hot and cold sandwiches, an array of fresh salads, and hearty soups in the fall and winter.
Offering a daily chef's selection of skillfully prepared seasonal and local small plates that use everything from sauerkraut to sunchokes.
This is the kind of place you pass by without noticing. Next time you shop on West Anderson, stop in for a great prime rib or a filling, fresh Thai steak salad.
Food truck serves an eclectic menu inspired by Hawaiian flavors, including kalua pork and cabbage in banana leaves, a teriyaki angus beef burger, and poke.
This neighborhood burger joint is a great place to enjoy hand-shaped patties and a wealth of fried sides. And yes, that guy or gal pulling the tap or handing you some serious Frito pie was in that punk band you saw the other night.
Black Star is the world’s first cooperatively-owned and worker self-managed brewpub. Start with the fried jalapeños, or a cornbread, and try the sandwiches or dinner entrées as you work through the local brews.
Traditional Eastern European dishes sampling Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, and Romanian cuisine.
This inviting neighborhood cafe serves coffee, tea, beer, wine, and a light menu sandwiches and salads.
Second location of the elegant, obsessed-over Neapolitan-style pizzeria.
The classics stand out at this contemporary Vietnamese restaurant.
Austin-based mini-chain offers affordable burritos, tacos, nachos, and bowls.
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