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Restaurants in North Austin, $25-$40

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A Andiamo Ristorante

ItalianNorth$25-$40

This is good, old-fashioned Italian – need we say more? Try the Linguine Luci Johnson. Mangia!

2521 Rutland, 512/719-3377

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B Buca di Beppo

ItalianNorth$25-$40

This national chain serves "immigrant Southern Italian" cuisine. Dishes are served family-style or personalized for two with smaller portions.

3612 Tudor, 512/342-8462

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C Carrabba's Italian Grill

ItalianNorth$25-$40

Order from the pasta bar, sample one of the wood-fired pizzas, or choose a grilled specialty. The menu also includes the requisite lasagna and spaghetti options.

11590 Research, 512/345-8232

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D Chez Zee

DessertsNorth$25-$40

Regulars and novices alike have been flocking to this bistro for 25 years running thanks to its wicked dessert options. Multiple gluten-free menu items mean everyone can go out for dinner.

5406 Balcones Dr., 512/454-2666

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E Copper Restaurant & Dessert Lounge

American Cafe, DessertsNorth$25-$40

3401 Esperanza Crossing, Ste. #104, 512/215-3633

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F Fujiyama Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

JapaneseNorth$25-$40

This restaurant serves up Japanese surf and turf with myriad options for sushi and teppanyaki, popular tableside hibachi-grilled meats.

4815 W. Braker #580, 512/795-8333

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G Kenobi Restaurant and Sushi Bar

JapaneseNorth$25-$40

offers sushi with creative appetizers and entrées in a seductively hip space with an extensive selection of drinks, sake, and wine.

10000 Research Ste. 138-A, 512/241-0119

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H Mikado Ryotei

JapaneseNorth$25-$40

This restaurant isn't just the spot for sushi; it also serves Japanese tapas, or robata – a selection of grilled seafood, meats, and vegetables. A great date spot.

9033 Research, 512/833-8188

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I New Fortune Chinese

ChineseNorth$25-$40

Those who mourned the loss of T&S Seafood are happy to see this new incarnation of the dim sum brunch.

10901 N. Lamar, 512/832-9992

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J NoRTH

Italian, SeafoodNorth$25-$40

Don't miss their freshly-made pasta and favorites like zucca chips.

11506 Century Oaks Terrace #124, 512/339-4400

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K Roaring Fork

North$25-$40

The rustic decor – stone, metal, leather, and antlers – and hearty Western entrées with robust side dishes welcome carnivores.

10850 Stonelake, 512/342-2700

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L Second Bar + Kitchen

Global ContemporaryNorth$25-$40

Chef David Bull's Downtown Austin enduring favorite expands to the Domain Northside, taking roost in the Archer Hotel. Seasonal ingredients determine the course of small plates, pizzas, and the bar menu alike.

3121 Palm Way #101, 737/300-4800

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M Street

Pan-AsianNorth$25-$40

Settled into the downstairs space from the Northwest Chinatown, Street is pan-Asian in both decor and cuisine – inspired by the owner's years of travel throughout the continent. Everything from Shanghai soup dumplings to Vietnamese bun and pho appears on the menu, joined by a handful of fusion dishes like ceviche.

3407 Greystone, 512/382-9567

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N Sushi Sake

JapaneseNorth$25-$40

This place takes its sake seriously, serving premium brands cold (as their makers intended). Don't miss the long sushi bar with some of the most beautiful fish in Austin.

9503 Research #500, 512/527-0888

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O Tomodachi

JapaneseNorth$25-$40

It's no wonder this place has crowds, who could resist an Ex-Girlfriend roll (crab, avocado, spicy tuna, halibut tempura, spicy mayonnaise)? The crab cakes are huge, almost four inches in diameter, and mostly crab, bound by a light panko crust. The cucumber salad cools us off just in time to appreciate the tempura menu.

4101-E W. Parmer, 512/821-9472

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