Beyond the usual grocery store offerings, this Asian supermarket chain in Crescent Shopping Center also boasts a food court, bakery, and tea shop.
While the ABGB remains a favorite South Austin pizza and pint hangout, with a large outdoor patio and rotation of on-premise signature brews, its inside stage has become a regular stop for local bands since opening in 2013. Its 270-person inside and laid-back, shared-table vibe provides excellent sound, generous floor space in front of the stage, and a casual, family-friendly atmosphere that can accommodate both fans of the bands or just the beer. The parking lot fills quickly.
Folks line up for the shawarma and falafel served at this Mediterranean food truck parked at the Manor Express convenience store.
Try this Lubbock-based chain for both traditional Tex-Mex and adventurous Interior Mexican offerings.
Asian-inspired morsels and a strong cocktail program meet in a sumptuous space inspired by Victorian-era East London opium den.
Reasonably priced Mexican cuisine and a relaxed setting make this a great place for a quick, no-hassles meal.
A nice cross between a convenience store and a grocery store - the place you want to have around the corner when you run out of syrup midway through the pancakes.
The longest continuously operated Drafthouse, the Alamo Drafthouse Village opened in 2001 on Anderson Lane before Anderson Lane was cool. The four-screen cinema specializes in first-run features, with Sony 4K digital projection allowing for both RealD 3D and 48 FPS screenings. Plus, with much of the American Genre Film Archive stored here, it also has 35mm screenings. A recent revamp added new padded chairs and shared tables for food and drink from the Drafthouse’s extensive menu delivered during screenings, and a new patio adds outdoor drinking from the bar.
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