Elegant ambience and service is paired with first-rate steaks at quite reasonable prices. Particular care is taken with the sides, making for a complete experience. Don't miss the excellent wine list.
As the name suggests, the emphasis here is on the bar – cocktails like the Thai basil and habanero-infused Margarita de Peached, local draft beers and ciders, sake – but you won't go hungry. The eclectic menu of "snacky plates," "salad-y" greens, and tacos shares some of the same DNA as sister restaurant the Peached Tortilla.
Austin’s first vegan gastropub offers 30 beers on tap, a full bar, and a menu featuring plant-based takes on classic pub grub.
Specializes in tropic-inspired, mesquite-grilled, fresh seafood served in a colorful, open atmosphere. Look for inventive food and the rich spices of the equator, applied to high-quality meat, fish, and poultry. Nice surroundings and a small but perfect wine list complete the experience.
At this coffeehouse, it's all about perfectly prepared coffee. Period.
A Clarksville charmer, Cipollina has the feel of well-kept secret. Mediterranean-inspired dishes abound, such as paninos at lunchtime, as well as pasta and signature pizzas all the time. For dinner, try the cioppino.
Blessed by Neptune is this thoughtfully curated seafood menu. We love the decadently rich lobster roll and fruits de mer. But their steak tartare is nothing to sneeze at.
The crowd is attracted by the simple menu based on locally sourced, naturally raised, and often organic ingredients, paired with down-home friendliness.
Word got out that the burgers are divine, and soon we discovered a varied and plenty appetizer menu. Our mouths were too full of Parmesan fries to take it all in, but we know the Chicken-Fried Beef Tenderloin takes the sports bar menu to a new respectability. Never fear for thirst – the beer selection here is terrific.
The extensive menu at this longtime Austin favorite offers everything from breakfast tacos to late-night entrées. Don't miss the rollicking happy hour or the big TVs on the deck.
Employees with intellectual or developmental disabilities make coffee and learn life skills.
Here diners are treated to European classics such as escargots in garlic butter, moules marinières, and steak frites all at shamefully reasonable prices.
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