This South Austin iteration of a British-themed pub franchise veers slightly askew of its Northside cousin. Though cover bands dominate the calendar Thursday through Sunday, Baker St. occasionally presents original local bands like Pong, Roxy Roca, and the aptly named South Austin Moonlighters. Parking is dicier here than up north, but the patio doesn’t face a freeway. Otherwise, you get a full bar, 23 beers on tap, and a lengthy menu covering everything from Baja tacos to bangers and mash. Happy hour runs until 9pm and all day Sunday.
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.
Set in the former union hall building for Austin Carpenters Local 1266, Carpenter Hotel’s ultra-cool on-site restaurant boasts a bustling bar, hearty entrees including steak frites and chicken schnitzel for two, and a late-night menu of bar-friendly bites.
South Austin spot serves contemporary American cuisine in a stunningly designed space.
Local craft beer is well represented on tap. Enjoy food from Luke's Inside Out truck right out front.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner served, with an emphasis on healthy eating.
Whether you're looking for a trivia night, a live band, the coolest karaoke rooms in town celebrating every geeky thrill from Super Mario to cinematic Satanism, or just a post-film drink, this bar and event space attached to the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar movie theatre is just the ticket.
The famously fabulous breakfasts, lunches, and dinners are a favorite of the late-night set.
Trailer that offers innovative, farm-to-table takes on breakfast classics like sandwiches, hash, and toasts. Seasonal ingredients always keep things fresh. Located at Merit Coffee.
Sports bar & grill offering wings, burgers & more, plus trivia & bingo nights.
Take advantage of a beautiful outdoor seating area and hot dogs all year round in a family-friendly setting. We're partial to the green-chile cheeseburgers with mountains of onion rings.
Chain restaurant hands you a tray and lets you go nuts with serve-yourself bars of salad, soup, potato (russet and sweet), pizza, and dessert.
The vegan "No Frickin Chicken" seitan sandwich gets equal billing with the fried chicken sandwich, and both taste delicious with an order of fresh cut fries served with Habanero Buffalo or Spicy Lemon Pepper sauce. Salads available, too, if you're into that sort of thing.
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