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Restaurants in Austin, $10-$25

494 results $10-$25
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Doc's Motorworks

Pub Grub, Sports BarMidtown$10-$25

1106 W 38th, 512/454-3627

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Doc's Bar & Grill

Pub Grub, Sports BarSouth Congress and South First$10-$25

Thirty-one beers on tap may remind us of a certain drinking game, but don't get distracted from exploring the eclectic, affordable menu. Several flat-screens add to the jovial patio feel.

1123 S. Congress, 512/448-9181

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The Dogwood

Pub GrubDowntown$10-$25

"Traditional bar food with a Southern edge" is what is promised here, and by the look of satisfied customers looking for their cars, it must deliver.

715 W. Sixth, 512/531-9062

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Don Dario's Cantina

Tex-MexSouth$10-$25

Try the fajita omelet with grilled peppers and onions, but don't overlook the rest of the menu or you'll miss the fabulous enchiladas. ¡Que rico!

8801 S. I-35, 512/280-1131

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Dong Nai

Chinese, VietnameseSouth Lamar and Barton Springs$10-$25

Don't let the nondescript exterior fool you; this is where all of your favorite Vietnamese dishes have been hiding.

4211 S. Lamar Ste. E-1, 512/444-1593

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Dos Batos

Tex-MexMidtown$10-$25

This taqueria with a goofy sense of humor turns out superior food from a mesquite-fired grill. Be sure to try the Pirata, with smoked Angus sirloin, sea salt, cheese, and avocado.

2525 West Anderson, 512/452-0001

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Drink.Well

Gastro PubMidtown$10-$25 First Plates 

Craft cocktails mixed by renowned bartenders, accompanied by pub classics made inspirational with seasonal, locally sourced ingredients and expert chefs.

207 E. 53rd, 512/614-6683

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Due Forni

PizzaDowntown$10-$25

106 E. Sixth, Ste.106, 512/391-9300

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Easy Tiger Downtown

American Cafe, Bakery, Gastro PubDowntown$10-$25 First Plates 

“Slow down and stay awhile” is the motto of this upscale diner. While a split-level bakeshop and beer garden may seem an unlikely pairing, the interplay among handcrafted breads, house-cured meats, and a lovingly curated beer menu is surprisingly successful.

709 E. Sixth, 512/614-4972

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Easy Tiger

American Cafe, Bakery, Gastro PubMidtown$10-$25 First Plates 

The second location of the wildly popular Austin bakeshop expands its footprint with almost 12,000 square feet of space, including a commercial bakery and inviting patio.

The Linc, 6406 N. I-35 #1100, 512/494-4151

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1886 Cafe & Bakery

American Cafe, BakeryDowntown$10-$25

Located in the Driskill Hotel, this cafe is a convenient and casual option for Downtown workers and hotel guests. Favorites include the aptly named Hangover Burger and the pricey but delicious selection of baked goods.

604 Brazos, 512/391-7066

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El Arroyo

Sports Bar, Tex-MexNorth$10-$25

Their Far West location has the same great menu as its central-city sister, as well as several large-screen TVs for your viewing pleasure.

7032 Wood Hollow, 512/345-8226

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El Arroyo

Sports Bar, Tex-MexOld West Austin$10-$25

The extensive menu at this longtime Austin favorite offers everything from breakfast tacos to late-night entrées. Don't miss the rollicking happy hour or the big TVs on the deck.

1624 W. Fifth, 512/474-1222

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El Caribe

Interior Mexican, Tex-MexMidtown$10-$25

A little-known jewel serves a mix of Interior Mexican and more conventional Mexican fare. The tastes are authentic, the prices are very reasonable, and the portions are huge.

5610-A N. Lamar, 512/452-6207

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El Gallo

Tex-MexSouth Congress and South First$10-$25

This Austin-style Tex-Mex joint has been family-owned since the Fifties. Try the cabrito, and stay for the mariachi trio that plays Thursdays through Saturdays.

2910 S. Congress, 512/444-6696

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