The food is of the real-deal, made-from-scratch, Texas-cafe variety. Beef anchors the menu, assisted by chicken-fried everything. Dozens of homemade pies and sturdy coffee round out the offerings.
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.
The eatery at the Westin Hotel serves a locally sourced menu of classic comfort food in a cozy yet upscale atmosphere. The bar is a nice place to linger over a specialty cocktail during happy hour.
Sophistication meets comfort here with exceptional burgers, grilled meats and fish, and pot pies. Start with cheese curds or ceviche. The tasty cocktails are available at brunch too.
This dog park/ restaurant/ bar offers well-balanced cocktails, a great local beer selection, and classic American dishes like hushpuppies and hot dogs. Don't miss out on the homemade Cheez Whiz.
The Yellow Jacket Social Club has a comfortable, lived-in feel that aims to attract a neighborhood bar crowd as much as the Urban Outfitted. The furniture is funky and comfortable, and the interior is quiet enough to allow for conversation. Outdoors, it’s a friendly scene, and friendly, well-behaved dogs are welcome.
A waterfall welcomes you here to enjoy Austin-friendly food such as Waterfall Salad and deep-dish chicken pot pie while overlooking the pond.
On the old site of Tamale House #2, this new addition to the South Austin Mexican food scene offers much of the same fare, as the new owner kept many of the ol' haunt's original recipes. Tamale Time is just around the corner, so give 'em a try!
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