The vinaigrette-dressed beet and barley salad, tossed with mint and pumpkin seeds is inspired simplicity. Move on to luscious house-cured charcuterie.
Combining 2/3 Easy Tiger, 1/3 24 Diner, and maybe just a splash of the W. Fifth bars it neighbors, this unpretentious concept focuses on heady drinks, classic sandwiches, and daily blue plate specials. Don't forget to take a selfie by the pink neon sign out front.
Brick-and-mortar version of popular South Austin food truck offers allergy and paleo-friendly cuisine, butter coffee, bone broth, and more.
There are still some eclectic grocery items here, but the real story is 24 local and craft beer taps and a collection of small plates for happy hour and late-night foragers alike. Breakfast tacos emerge at 7am on weekdays here with a sassy sweet potato option, before the sandwiches steal the spotlight. Wine alternatives include three whites, three reds, a sparkling, as well as a rose by the glass. We wonder if we can still get a Slushie...
Creativity is fueled by serious coffee here, including a robust 16-hour cold brew. It's perfect for pairing with their selection of Rosen's bagels. Japanese-style toast anchors most of the food offerings, whether as the main event or a side. The toast forms the foundation to everything from grilled vegetables (yasai) to egg spread (nori tama).
This combination restaurant/deli/grocery/bakery/cooking school draws patrons from beyond South Austin for some of the best Thai in Texas. Many don't even realize the bakery is gluten-free because the products are so satisfying.
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