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Mediterranean Restaurants in Downtown Austin

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A Athenian Bar & Grill

MediterraneanDowntown$10-$25

You'll find terrific traditional Greek cuisine at this longtime local favorite. Enjoy live Greek music on Friday and Saturday evenings.

600 Congress, 512/474-7775

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B Austin's Habibi

MediterraneanDowntown

Mediterranean halal fare includes meat and vegetarian options. Pair your meal with one of their sides, such as dolma, fries, or tabouleh.

817 W. Fifth, 512/733-4014

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C Darna

African, MediterraneanDowntown

Moroccan and Mediterranean menu includes kebeh, zaalouk, shawarma, merguez, and four kinds of kebabs (koufta, lamb, chicken, and shrimp).

408 West 11th Street, Unit #100, 512/220-9705

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D Halal Bros

MediterraneanDowntown

This food truck serves up shawarma, kebabs, and kofta over rice or in a wrap to the late-night Downtown crowd.

419 E. 7th St.

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E P6

MediterraneanDowntown

Rooftop lounge at the LINE hotel with a panoramic view of the Austin skyline, an extensive menu of cocktails, and Mediterranean bites.

111 E. Cesar Chavez, 512/473-1566

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F Phoenician Resto Cafe

MediterraneanDowntown

Made with exclusively halal meats and fresh ingredients, the main dishes offered by Phoenician Resto Cafe include sandwiches and entrees. Start your meal with a hot or cold appetizer and finish it with one of the dessert options, such as baklava or rice pudding.

84 N Interstate 35 Frontage Road, 512/712-5904

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G Slate Restaurant

MediterraneanDowntown

612 W. Sixth, 512/474-2194

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