One of several burger outlets operated by Austin's Hamburger King, Dan Junk, whose trademark has always been good, fresh food and friendly service.
Using a 100-year-old family recipe learned over the course of several visits to the proprietor of Bánh Mì Phuong street stand in Hoi An, a city on the south central coast of Vietnam, the owners here offer up roughly half a dozen variations on the iconic sandwich. Try the oxtail sandwich when it's available.
Hungry bowlers have been filling their belly at this Austin institution for decades. The humble cafe inside Dart Bowl is rightfully famous for its enchiladas, but don't sleep on the chili – it's just as legendary.
Denny's hasn't changed a bit, as you'll discover when you lurch in at 4am for a farmhand breakfast.
Funky ice cream creations with names like Miso PB&J and the chocolate-caramel-shitake Shroom of Doom. Located next door to DipDipDip Tatsu-ya.
At this upscale Japanese hot pot experience from the team behind Ramen Tatsu-ya and Kemuri Tatsu-ya, diners cook raw ingredients at their table in a pot of simmering broth. In record time, it's become one of Austin's most acclaimed restaurants. Reservations a must.
This taqueria with a goofy sense of humor turns out superior food from a mesquite-fired grill. Be sure to try the Pirata, with smoked Angus sirloin, sea salt, cheese, and avocado.
Craft cocktails mixed by renowned bartenders, accompanied by pub classics made inspirational with seasonal, locally sourced ingredients and expert chefs.
These well-loved pizza purveyors have been serving Austin thin-crust pies since 2006. The ambitious specialty pies are organized by sauce: red, ricotta, black bean, chimichurri, pesto, and EVOO.
The second location of the wildly popular Austin bakeshop expands its footprint with almost 12,000 square feet of space, including a commercial bakery and inviting patio.
Eighteen flavors of steamed bagels; 11 varieties of schmears; a host of sandwiches served on bagels, challah, or sourdough baguettes; and salads, soups, and roll-ups.
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