The early bird special goes from 4-7 a.m. and includes platters for $3.45! Mimosas are always $2 a glass and $12 a carafe.
You can get a banh mi, spring roll AND drink at Bite Mi for the same price as a sandwich at other banh mi spots. Food & service are both :)
2324 Guadalupe St, Austin
"Just pizza and beer" - but what more do you need? $10 pies won't wow you, but definitely satisfy. Voted "Best of Austin"...maybe it's just me!
2300 Guadalupe St. #100, Austin
In ShortThis California-based chain churns out more than 20 kinds of fruit smoothies from behind cheerily colorful pink, green and yellow facades. Pick from ingredients that…
2604 Guadalupe St, Austin
I am 99% certain that this place is now closed. Call the one on Congress (Downtown) to confirm. However, it was cool when it was alive.
2025 Guadalupe St Ste152, Austin
In ShortLocated on the campus mall's ground floor, this family-owned and run eatery has less than 20 bench seats arranged throughout the open kitchen café. The fusion fare…
2025 Guadalupe St, Ste 236, Austin
In ShortA pink and blue color scheme, white tile floors and hacienda-like arched windows combine for a subtle Southwestern motif at this fast-food chain. Founded in Southern…
2025 Guadalupe St, Ste 234, Austin
In ShortSubway's healthy-conscious menu is built around greaseless deli sandwiches--turkey, chicken, roast beef, etc.--made on soft rolls baked daily in-house. Customers pick…
Texas Union Bldg Ste 2-204, Austin
In ShortNamed after the daughter of amiable founder Dave Thomas, this Ohio-based chain is more inviting than your typical fast-food joint, thanks to comforting touches like…
2538 Guadalupe St, Austin
You can really only fit two people and one upright bass on Hole in the Wall's Guadalupe-backed stage, but that's precisely what makes it so fantastic. One of the bumper crop of…
Player's. For a good ole greasy burger and onion rings, Player's hits the spot. It's a sweet little dive on the edge of UT's campus. I've made it a personal mission to try every item on the Fried Sides menu - fried zucchini, anyone?… read more
The Carillon. Some of the most original, refined, and intense food in Texas is being served at this classy if somewhat dull looking restaurant in the ATT center. It lacks the edge and panache of some Austin restaurants but it bows to none in the caliber of the cookery. … read more
The Carillon. The Carillon's atmosphere has a bit to be desired, mired in that old boy's club style of Texas Exes and their kin, but the menu is a breath of fresh air, with classic bones (duck leg confit, braised short rib) and experimental touches (fennel jam, smoked maple syrup). … read more