Austin Restaurants

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Restaurants in Austin, Texas

1886 Cafe and Bakery - The cafe at the busy corner of Sixth and Brazos streets remains the social gathering place for locals and out-of-town guests alike looking for delicious, regional American foods that combine time-honored Texas comfort foods and contemporary fare with the innovative flair of the talented chefs.

ALC Steaks - Sit and relax in casual elegance and enjoy homemade soups and pastas, garden fresh salads and festive poultry dishes. Our seafood is renowned for its freshness. So come on in and join us for a taste of Austin!

Cherry Creek Catfish Restaurant - Catfish isn't the only thing that we do really well. Our BBQ sauce and ribs also get lots of attention. Our award winning pork ribs are rubbed and marinated in our own seasonings, slow-smoked with mesquite wood, and brushed with our own BBQ sauce.

Chez Zee - Chez Zee is mildly quirky perhaps, absolutely charming and fiercely independent. So maybe it fits into the "keep Austin classy" or "keep Austin from becoming an endless array of chain restaurants" categories.

Clay Pit - Clay Pit Contemporary Indian Cuisine is a nationally acclaimed, high-energy, contemporary Indian restaurant and bar with a warm and inviting ambiance, and a dedication to service and exceeding our guests’ expectations every time they visit us. We offer fresh, innovative Indian cuisine at moderate prices, along with an extensive selection of wines, house drinks, and draft and bottled beers.

Driskill Grill and Bar - Signature dishes include the Lobster Polenta, Lobster Bisque, Fennel & Coriander Crusted Ahi, Duck "Three Ways", Dijon Crusted Colorado Lamb Chops and Prime Dry Aged Filet Mignon. Menu offerings change frequently and are representative of the freshest local ingredients available that day. In quiet, elegant surroundings, diners are invited to feast on an ever-changing array of innovative cuisine, regional creations and impeccably prepared traditional fare.

Fonda San Miguel - Fonda San Miguel, which opened in 1975, is recognized as one of the finest interior Mexican restaurants in the country. It features classic regional Mexican cuisine prepared with authentic recipes and numerous ingredients from the restaurant’s on-site organic garden. Exciting specials are offered nightly. It offers a unique dining experience that should not be missed by visitors to Austin.

Hula Hut - Since June of 1993, Hula Hut has been a little piece of the tropics in Austin, Texas. Menu highlights include such delicacies as Coconut Fried Shrimp, lavish Pu Pu Platters, our famous South Bay Seasar Salad, and Hawaiian Fajitas. The restaurant is decked out with tiki torches, bamboo walls, grass-thatched bars and thousands of colored lights.

Kerbey Lane Cafe - We first opened the doors to our cozy cottage style restaurant on Kerbey Lane in Austin, Texas, May 5th 1980. Kerbey Lane Cafe was founded by two people who longed to create delectable culinary delights and satisfy Austinites’ cravings for unique, local, healthy food at affordable prices.

Kobe Japanese Steakhouse - KOBE: The word translates into the extra time and care it takes to make something truly special. This is what Kobe Japanese Steakhouse is all about. Our philosophy is simple: nothing but the best.

North By Northwest Restaurant and Brewery - NXNW always has a great array of seasonal and standard brews that are always fresh and flavorful. But have you ever craved something...more? Head Brewer Ty Phelps has the answer! The last Monday of each month is when he opens some of our special cask-conditioned beer.

Ruby's BBQ - Our pits were modeled after the pits at the original Kreuz' Market (currently Smitty's) in Lockhart, Texas. They are made of brick and mortar, with a firebox at one side and the pit itself extending out from the firebox. This creates a cooking area where the smoke and heat pass through, but the meats are not cooked directly over fire or coals- as in grilling, or Cowboy cooking.

Satay Restaurant - From the vast and varied cultures of Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and the Philippines comes the cuisine of Satay. The fare is predominantly Thai, with influences from Chinese, Indian, and Malaysian cooking.

Shoreline Grill - Austin is home to the largest urban colony of Mexican free-tailed bats in North America. more than 1.5 million bats summer beneath the Ann Richards bridge every year. from the relaxing, shaded patio of Shoreline Grill, we invite you to savor Austin's finest seafood and enjoy prime viewing of the celebrated bats as they swoop over the glimmering waters of lady bird lake.

Wink Restaurant - Wink has consistently been ranked in Austin as one of the best fine dining venues in town. Year after year our cuisine is praised by critics far and wide for our clarity of purpose and consistency of service and quality.