The family-run Phoenicia serves up the most scrumptious Mediterranean specialties and deli sandwiches around. This is one of Austin's treasures.
This trailer-in-a-box caters to customers with dietary restrictions and dedication to modern ancestral cuisine as the most recent example of the local embrace of conscientious eating habits. You'll find paleo, primal, gluten-free, grain-free, and healthy foods that are locally-sourced and organic. We feel better already.
Family-friendly craft brewpub serves up award-winning beer and solid pies. The lunch special – 10" personal pizza, side salad, and a drink – is a real deal.
This Texas chain has been baking its own bread and cranking out sandwiches for decades. There have been many posers since, but no one has come close to the original.
Free parking in back.
It began with a dude on a bike, delivering fresh-made soup to friends. Now it's an Austin institution serving soup and juice at five locations.
At this popular local chain, people get religious about the extra-hot Dona sauce, and for good reason: It's just that good.
The barbecue sauce is outstanding on tender sausage and ribs. After a day at Zilker Park, enjoy great service and cold house-brewed beers on tap.
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