Located inside the Downtown DoubleTree Suites, the cafe serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily.
Celebrating sausage on Rainey Street, this place has become a neighborhood staple. Sure, the ample and often unexpected selections of sausage are responsible, but don't forget the creative specials, such as fried chicken sausage atop creamy mashed potatoes.
This Austin born-and-bred coffee roasting and retail business serves artisanal coffee, smoothies and vegetable squeezes, and a variety of breakfast tacos, panini, wraps, and more in the cafe.
The best meal to have here is Sunday brunch. The steak and eggs are just that, a decent-sized rib eye and a couple of eggs, all cooked precisely to order. All seats are alfresco.
Bistro fare like panini and pizzas served with espresso drinks and wine. Weekend brunch breaks out the bottomless mimosas and quiche.
This is a restaurant for the big ballers, the heavy hitters, the corporate accounts; basically, for anyone who wants to make like an old-school Rockefeller and eat some of the best food available anywhere.
This casual cafe in the LINE Hotel serves up food and booze to help the good times flow, with bar snacks like fries with country ham gravy, frozen Aperol pink lemonade cocktails, and other eclectic fare.
Located in the Driskill Hotel, this cafe is a convenient and casual option for Downtown workers and hotel guests. Favorites include the aptly named Hangover Burger and the pricey but delicious selection of baked goods.
Chef owner Kevin Fink's grain-forward concept combines a weekly menu with dim sum service served in wooden carts.
Think of Downtown's first-ever food hall as an upscale, locally sourced food court. Vendors include Antonelli's Cheese Shop, Dai Due taqueria, Easy Tiger bake shop, Contigo, and Henbit.
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