These days Austin's oldest surviving grocery offers a bountiful menu of hot and cold sandwiches, an array of fresh salads, and hearty soups in the fall and winter.
This mom-and-pop shop is nestled in one end of the Crestview shopping center. Orders are placed at the counter, and the service is relaxed and friendly.
This concept cafe stresses customer comfort. Try their Reuben sandwich.
The menu is solidly Persian, with an assortment of Mediterranean standards thrown in for the less adventurous. Don't miss the lamb shanks.
Family-run for 14 years, Phoenicia serves up the most scrumptious Mediterranean specialties and deli sandwiches around. This is one of Austin's treasures.
This grocery and deli offers a selection of blintzes, fresh-smoked or marinated fish, caviar, top-quality meats, and Russian breads. The daily lunch specials ensure a surprise treat for every visit. Mmm, kartoshkas.
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