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Restaurants in Old West Austin, $10-$25

13 results Old West Austin $10-$25

Austin's Pizza

PizzaOld West Austin$10-$25

This local upstart takes aim at the big delivery chains by offering pizzas – with gourmet ingredients and good crust – for practically a steal.

1600 W. 35th, 512/717-8769

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El Arroyo

Sports Bar, Tex-MexOld West Austin$10-$25

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.

1624 W. Fifth, 512/474-1222

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Food for Fitness

American CafeOld West Austin$10-$25

You don't need to be a member of Castle Hill Specialized Fitness to enjoy these premade, fresh-daily meals that can be heated and eaten there or taken home.

1112 N. Lamar Ste. D, 512/472-1674

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Food! Food!

Deli/Sandwich ShopOld West Austin$10-$25

With more than 20 sandwiches and daily specials to choose from, lunch at this friendly neighborhood deli will always turn up something new and interesting.

2727 Exposition #112, 512/474-8515

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Fresa's Chicken al Carbon

Tex-MexOld West Austin$10-$25

These family-style meals feature pasture-raised birds. Marinated in achiote and freshly squeezed citrus, or yucatan spice, the chicken is slow-grilled over hardwood charcoal and served with handmade tortillas, rice, beans, and fresh salsas.

915 N. Lamar, 512/428-5077

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Fresh Plus Deli

Deli/Sandwich ShopOld West Austin$10-$25

In addition to the old favorites, several varieties of presmoked meats are offered, or take home uncooked, stuffed and breaded chicken breasts, crab cakes, or marinated meats.

1221 West Lynn, 512/477-3945

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Galaxy Cafe

American CafeOld West Austin$10-$25

Jetsons-style ambience is served up along with counter-service burgers, wraps, sandwiches, soups, and salads, as well as hearty breakfasts served daily and 'til 4pm on weekends. Don't forget the wine and beer offerings.

1000 West Lynn, 512/478-3434

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Original David's Brick Oven

Italian, PizzaOld West Austin$10-$25

This restaurant serves some of the best home-style, thin-crust pizzas in town with a personal touch.

1608 W. 35th, 512/453-4330

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The Tavern

Pub Grub, Sports BarOld West Austin$10-$25

The Tavern has been a popular watering hole and eatery and Austin's most tradition-packed venue for sports viewing for many decades. Not only is it open till 2am, it's also air-conditioned.

922 W. 12th, 512/320-8377

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Third Base

Pub Grub, Sports BarOld West Austin$10-$25

You'll be greeted by 32 hi-def screens and free wi-fi. Try the Philly cheesesteak rolls or the Quarter Pounder Dog – yikes.

1717 W. Sixth, 512/476-2273

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34th Street Cafe

American CafeOld West Austin$10-$25

This place has enjoyed neighborhood success and beyond for 16 years now. New chef Jason Tallent has revitalized the dinner menu, but continues the tradition of exquisite food presented simply. Among the standards are some delicious jewels, such as Strube Ranch Wagyu flat iron steak, and baby greens with shaved persimmon.

1005 W. 34th, 512/371-3400

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24 Diner

American CafeOld West Austin$10-$25 First Plates 

We travel from across town for the breakfast hash and waffles du jour. This "chef-inspired comfort food" includes stuffed Swiss chard, beer cheese, plus burgers, breakfast, and meat loaf. Don't forget about the milkshakes.

600 N. Lamar, 512/472-5400

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Z'Tejas

Southwestern, Tex-MexOld West Austin$10-$25

Every dish on the menu contains a surprise - some unique combination of ingredients that fills the time between ordering and the first bite with heavy anticipation, like blackberry wasabi sauce or pecan-butter pâté.

1110 W. Sixth, 512/478-5355

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