Drink well, do good: Local Austin charities recent a portion of proceeds from bags of coffee bought. Located in the Uplands Village Shopping Center.
This restaurant provides casual fine dining by the lake. The Armadillo eggs, served with a jalapeño ranch dipping sauce, are stuffed with house-smoked pulled pork. There are salads and sandwiches for lunch, and seafood and meat entrees for dinner.
The wine list offers 50 wines by the glass or 250 wines by the bottle, either for on-premises drinking or to take home. Make your selections, order a small plate, and you'll have a very nice, small meal.
Located in the Hill Country Center, Halal Bros brings wraps and rice plates to patrons. With locations all across Austin, Halal Bros is a staple of flavor for Austinites and college students.
The menu boasts appealing items clearly influenced by Central Mexico, the specialty cocktail selections include signature margaritas (including one made with tepache, a fermented pineapple drink that's popular in Jalisco), and the sauces here were all extraordinary, but the precooked meats and chaotic service disappointed.
We loved the pizza with sun-dried tomatoes and melting morsels of Texas chèvre. The food here is worth the drive from town.
Frankie Hoch started with a modified propane tank welded onto a trailer. Now he and his partners are mopping meat for Travis County barbecue fans, who say it's all good.
The folks who brought us the old Trading Post bring a new venture with steaks as well as burgers to die for, like the green-chile cheeseburger.
This elegantly casual interior, rich with reclaimed wood, earth tones, and natural light, has a separate lounge and bar area. Locally sourced dishes make this a South Austin delight.
Enjoy a very Texan meal here with locally sourced ingredients and Southern-inspired flavors.
The sandwich selection ranges from traditional deli to wraps and pita pockets, and there are special menu sections dedicated to heart-healthy and kids' choices.
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