While visiting Austin, we knew we had to check out this place. We sat at the "bar" which is really a view of the kitchen. They have a great beer and wine list (plenty of local beers to pick from) and the food was stellar. The gruyere popovers are addicting! Local, tasty food and a changing menu, definitely worth multiple visits.
Come in from 4-6 with $1 off cocktails, sandwiches, and bites. Wine is $2 off and house spirits are $5.
Casey's is a straight up Austin institution, with a huge line around the corner in the summertime, and kids giggling over sticky fingers. Family run for almost 20 years, the flavors aren't your typical sno-cone fare: Think creamy custard syrups and chocolate toppings.
5602 N Lamar Blvd, Austin
This place is way overhyped. I got some patties that were not fully cooked, and only grilled on one side. I have no idea why this place gets so many reviews. Thumbs down.
221 W. North Loop Blvd, Austin
A generous dose of cinnamon gives Epoch's Mexican hot chocolate a special, nose-tingling kick.
111 E. N Loop, Austin
Hookahs, belly dancers, BYOB wine policy -- Phara's is an exotic, weird, and totally delightful Middle Eastern joint on North Loop. Go where all the fun is (outside), and don't get…
5555 N Lamar Blvd Ste E117, Austin
In ShortKid-friendly eat-in restaurants and small takeout shops alike sport interiors done in the signature red and white with a touch of yellow. Orders are placed at the…
5501 N Lamar Blvd Ste C101, Austin
For the longest time, my husband and I erroneously pronounced the name of this place as "Titty Ya-Ya's" (I don't recommend you calling it that). Despite our mistake, we recommended…
207 E 53rd St, Austin
Drink.Well is the classic neighborhood pub, with extraordinary food and a fun cocktail menu. For something simple but swanky, try the Air Mail and the hand cut potato chips.
111 E Northloop Blvd, Austin
Was looking for a Middle Eastern Restaurant. Glad I read the reviews...
btw.. They're out of business.
5420 Airport Blvd, Austin
I have not had a chance to eat at this place, I had a hard enough time getting a friendly person to talk to, I decided I wouldn't bother with their food. I had sent an invitation…
5111 Airport Blvd, Austin
Neopolitan-style pizza with a fancy flare. The menu is small and classy, and the Subterranean (caramelized onions, fontina, mushrooms, rosemary roasted potatoes, basil) is rich and…
Casey's New Orleans Snowballs (Seasonal). Yum! I am completely obsessed with Casey's in the summertime. All their syrups are made in house with real sugar! And the famous chocolate is something to be famous for. Reminds me of frozen yogurt! … read more
Casey's New Orleans Snowballs (Seasonal). Casey's is a straight up Austin institution, with a huge line around the corner in the summertime, and kids giggling over sticky fingers. Family run for almost 20 years, the flavors aren't your typical sno-cone fare: Think creamy custard syrups and chocolate toppings.… read more
Cazamance. Have you ever tasted love? If you haven't, scoot your derriere over to this African fusion restaurant where great love and care are put into each recipe! Even if you're not hungry, I recommend going here just to meet the inspirational owner of the restaurant. His stories and presence will both empower you and make you feel like an inferior human being compared to his awesomeness. The food is outstanding, hence why the show Eat Street filmed here a few years back. The menu changes often but features items such as lamb meatballs, yucca crisps, spicy ginger soup and pulled chicken. … read more