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Restaurant in Austin - 1.23 mi

Suerte serves dinner daily, offering a Mexican-inspired cuisine made from locally sourced ingredients and prepared using thoughtful cooking techniques. The restaurant has a "spacious high-ceiling dining room" adorned with pecan tabletops and stools. For starters, the best-seller corn-based appetizer "sweet corn esquites con fontina" offers a "unique twist" on Mexican street corn salad. The most popular entrees that one shouldn't miss are the "beet tostadas with smashed avocado", "suadero tacos", and "goat barbacoa". Lucky hour runs 5-6pm daily. The signature "Don Dario margarita" is best paired with their "snackcidents", a platter consisting of their best-selling appetizers and snacks.

(512) 953-0092

Hopdoddy Burger Bar – South Congress

Restaurant in Austin - 1.27 mi

Hopdoddy Burger Bar - South Congress is this chain's flagship store! This is where everything started! Everything cooked and served at Hopdoddy is made in-house! From the handcrafted burger patties, the freshly baked bread and even the hand cut fries! The only thing not made in house is their selection of local craft beers, but these are sourced from Texas breweries so you're sure that you're getting some of the best beers in the Lone Star State!

(512) 243-7505


Restaurant in Austin - 1.31 mi

Cippolina offers "Neighborhood Italian fare" and "great quality with attentive service". Their "location and atmosphere is good", "incredibly cute, quaint, cozy atmosphere". Plus, "the wait staff is good as well". "The food" is "remarkable". "Pretty much everything on the menu is delicious". And, "the happy hour is great too". Their "chicken parm entree is to die for". You will also "love their Brussels sprouts, arugula salad, and white pizza". You can share "the bolognese, chicken parm and calamari as an appetizer". Also, their "handmade pasta in both dishes" are "cooked perfectly al dente and so full of robust flavor" and the "calamari" is "great too"."Clean, easy, great pastas, entrees, salad and pizza. They do everything really well".

(512) 477-5211

Jeffrey’s of Austin

Restaurant in Austin - 1.32 mi

Jeffrey's of Austin dates way back to 1975 and is one of the city's first fine-dining restaurant. It specializes in traditional French-American cuisine. It offers an extensive dinner menu, featuring appetizers "truffled deviled eggs" and "crispy fried gulf oysters", all-natural black "Angus beef" and "Wagyu beef" steaks, veggies "crispy brussels sprouts", house specialty "wild-caught Alaskan halibut", and more. They also offer a selection of desserts, coffee & tea, wine, and spirits. Enjoy $2 off all drinks and half off all bar food during happy hour, which takes place Tuesday until Sunday, 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

(512) 477-5584

Salt & Time

Restaurant in Austin - 1.35 mi

Salt & Time is a “whole animal butcher shop” sourcing exclusively pasture raised, hormone and antibiotic free, Texas meats. “Ben Runkle” started the business in 2010 and began selling the “first artisan dry cured meats” produced in Texas at Austin farmers' markets. Today, Salt & Time is known for their “great selection of not just meats but also some local produce.” Some of their meat selection includes, fresh cut steaks, unique roasts, and a wide variety of house made sausage, salumi, smoked meats, and charcuterie. In addition to their fresh meats, they also have frozen goodies such as organ meat, veal and other things.

(512) 524-1383


Restaurant in Austin - 1.41 mi

Located in South Congress Hotel in Austin, Otoko is a 12-seat Japanese restaurant featuring a curated menu based on ingredient availability and seasonality. The restaurant boasts an elegant interior and a neighboring intimate omakase-style cocktail bar called the Watertrade - a word synonymous with decadent Japanese nightlife. Otoko takes great pride in its unique tasting menu, a multi-course omakase experience that blends Tokyo-style sushi and Kyoto-style kaiseki. The Watertrade is open from Wednesday through Saturday starting at 5 PM. The drink menu features an extensive list of specialty Japanese whiskies, sake, and craft cocktails curated based on ingredient seasonality.

(512) 920-6405

Central Standard Bar & Grill

Restaurant in Austin - 1.41 mi

Located at South Congress Avenue, Central Standard Bar & Grill is a chef-driven, New American restaurant boasting a "chic" indoor dining space, a "relaxing" outdoor patio, and a "cozy" full bar. They have some amazing local brews on tap as well as local beer and cider in cans. If you're not into the bubbly staff, ask about their Bartender's choice cocktail/drink to get the special for the day! They also have amazing small plates like brisket meatballs, appetizers like East Coast Oysters, charcuterie boards, salads and sandwiches, and an impressive brunch selection!If you visit during happy hour, you can get $2 off select cocktails and half off selected bottles of wine!

(512) 920-6405

Odd Duck

Restaurant in Austin - 1.43 mi

Odd Duck takes great pride in its approach to cooking, which is largely inspired by culture, creativity, and locally-sourced ingredients. It features brunch, lunch, dinner, desserts, and beverages menu. They offer an extensive menu, the selection of food ranges from "buttermilk pancakes" and "grilled bologna sandwich" to "redfish ceviche" and "smoked pork belly". The dessert menu is limited, yet each one of them is distinctively unique. Take, for instance, the "toasted olive oil cake" and "mesquite-bean peanut ice cream". You can enjoy discounted prices on drink specials and 50% off on selected dishes and starters on "happy hour", which lasts until 6:30 pm.In the mood for grass-fed burgers? Check out Odd Duck, they have been featured as one of the 7 Restaurants for The Best Grass-Fed Burgers in Austin.

(512) 433-6521


Restaurant in Austin - 1.44 mi

Vespaio translates as 'buzzing' in English, this term represents the buzz and excitement surrounding the restaurant that is alive today as ever. Unlike most restaurants, Vespaio makes everything in house from fresh pasta and bread to desserts and cheese. Dedicated to making "excellent Italian cuisine" out of handmade and locally sourced ingredients, Vespaio has instantly become a "favorite Italian restaurant". This restaurant makes use of a wood-fired oven to make pizza. It's no surprise that for so many people, this restaurant is the "first option when it comes to pizzas".  Despite all the goodness, make sure you save some room for dessert as Vespaio's gelato is "not your typical ice cream".

(512) 441-6100

Café No Sé

Restaurant in Austin - 1.45 mi

Situated at South Congress Hotel, Café No Sé is an all-day cafe serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, along with brunch on weekends. This chef-owned cafe boasts a "vibrant" and "stylish" interior and an extensive menu that reflects California cuisine. It features an extensive menu, including morning fare like "brioche french toast", lighter options like "granola & yogurt", shareable plates like "burrata & prosciutto", greens like "shredded kale salad", sandwiches like "loaded BLT", entrees like "grilled hanger steak", and sweets like "sunset bay cheesecake". It also offers freshly-baked pastries, featuring classics like "mocha coffee cake" and innovative creations like "blueberry peach pistachio croissant".

(512) 942-2061

Sour Duck Market

Restaurant in Austin - 1.55 mi

Sour Duck Market, a fast-casual restaurant, is a combination of bakery, cafe, bar, and market. The place consists of two buildings - the main building and the back bar. The beer and cocktail garden is what connects these establishments together. On top of that, it also boasts an expansive outdoor seating in a shaded area full of picnic tables. In the Sour Duck Market, aside from dining to eat and drink, you can also purchase retail goods such as olive oil, honey, coffee, bread, and pastries. This restaurant serves three meals daily and features "egg and salad-pimiento cheese sandwich", "cobb salad", and more.

(512) 394-5776


Restaurant in Austin - 1.60 mi

Lenoir boasts of a quaint atmosphere that feels very comfortable and homey. Located off of 1st street, they have incredible food and kind attractive service. They're known for their whole roasted fish that has French country dining written all over it. They also boast of a full farm-to-table menu that rotates with the availability of seasonal fruits and vegetables. Cozy and romantic, Lenoir is the perfect place for a first date, anniversary, or just a pleasant night out with friends and family.

(512) 215-9778


Restaurant in Austin - 1.60 mi

Launderette offers dishes with a "unique", "Mediterranean spin". This restaurant boasts a "stylish" interior design and a "vibrant" atmosphere, definitely the place you'd want to take a photo at. The menu features traditional brunch fare such as "crab and avocado toast" and "buttermilk pancakes", snacky bits like "beet hummus" and "deviled eggs", and house specialties "pan-seared salmon" and "roasted chicken caesar". They also offer a selection of desserts including "buttermilk panna cotta" and "key lime icebox pie". A kid's menu is also available, as well as an extensive list of wine and other drinks.

(512) 382-1599

Kerbey Lane Cafe

Restaurant in Austin - 1.66 mi

What started out as a small, insignificant house in 1980 at Kerbey Lane is now an Austin favorite. Today, The Kerbey Lane Cafe remains 100% family-owned and operated and upholds the same value, which is to serve "delicious" meals that are thoughtfully-sourced, made from scratch, and are affordable. Its 24-hour menu features conventional breakfast plates, classic appetizers, savory entrees, tex-mex fare, salads, and beverages. A selection of gluten-free and vegan offerings can also be found on the menu. They also feature a kid's menu, making it ideal for families. The bar menu showcases crafted cocktails, wines, and draft & bottled beers.

(512) 477-5717

Kerbey Lane Cafe (University)

Restaurant in Austin - 1.66 mi

This Kerbey Lane Cafe (University) can become a "favorite place to come late at night". Also, "this spot is perfect for families with picky eaters, as they have a super extensive menu. And while many restaurants with a big menu only have a few items that are actually good, Kerbey Lane does everything well". You can even "happily close" your "eyes and point to something on the menu, and trust that" you will "love it". Also, some of the "go-to items are the Cowboy Queso, Green Chile Mac, Cuban Sandwich, Fried Avocado tacos, and the Texas Benedict". They also have "many vegetarian options" too. "The vegan breakfast platter" is "really good; the pumpkin pancakes" are "especially tasty and" also, "you wouldn't know they were vegan unless someone told you. The homemade breakfast patties had a really nice flavor, as did the tofu scramble". Indeed, "Kerby Lane has been an Austin landmark for many years. It lives up to its reputation, with good food, excellent service, and reasonable prices".

(512) 477-5717

Salty Sow

Restaurant in Austin - 1.73 mi

Salty Sow specializes in serving modern farmhouse cuisine and hand-crafted cocktails made fresh daily, mindfully sourced from local farms and purveyors. They serve dinner daily and you can enjoy big discounts on selected appetizers and special pricing on your favorite cocktails and wines during Happy Hour, which runs from 4:30-6:30 pm daily. Ordering the "charcuterie board" and "roasted bone marrow" is definitely the best way to start an "outstanding dining experience". They serve a wide variety of dishes for their entree, including "genuine blackened redfish with quinoa and lentils", "special wagyu burger with crispy brussel sprouts", and "pastrami salmon". One can't dine visit Salty Sow without checking out their signature cocktail menu that includes the best-sellers "miss piggy" and "blueberry-lemon thyme smash".

(512) 391-2337

Counter Culture

Restaurant in Austin - 1.73 mi

Counter Culture has been serving made-from-scratch vegan food incorporating organic, fair trade, and locally grown ingredients from nearby farmers since 2009. This restaurant is committed to bringing "nutritious", unprocessed foods to your table and making "healthy" and "tasty" food affordable for everyone. It offers an extensive, seasonally-driven menu, featuring classic brunch fare like "pancake platter", appetizing starters like "buffalo mac and cheese balls", hearty salads like "mixed greens salad", wholesome burgers like "raw jalapeno shitake burger", flavorful entrees like "lentil loaf", and succulent desserts like "cashew cheesecake". Striving to cater to diverse dietary needs and preferences, several dairy-free, oil-free, gluten-free, and soy-free offerings can also be found on the menu.

(512) 524-1540

Thai Fresh

Restaurant in Austin - 1.74 mi

Thai Fresh has instantly become a crowd’s favorite due to their being dedicated to bringing authentic Thai food to Texas using locally sourced ingredients. They bring in seasonal vegetables and herbs from local farms and even the restaurant’s own garden, so you can rest assured that the food served at your table is made of fresh ingredients. With “excellent gluten-free options” such as “coconut soup” and “chicken waffles”, Thai Fresh is absolutely a “dream come true for people who only eat gluten-free dishes”. A visit to Thai Fresh wouldn’t be complete without trying out some of their “gluten-free desserts” including “coconut milk ice cream” and the best-selling “lavender vegan ice cream”.

(512) 494-6436

Picnik (South Lamar)

Restaurant in Austin - 1.75 mi

Picknik, an Austin-based food trailer in a revamped shipping container, aims to make wholesome food that's convenient and nutritious. Their menu consists of foods and beverages that accommodate a wide spectrum of food allergies, sensitivities, dietary requirements, thus ensuring that there's a plate for each and everyone. Picnik has gained devoted following mainly because of their "grass-fed butter coffee" as it offers multiple benefits. It keeps your energy level sustained for hours, boosts cognitive function, supports fat burn, and more. They feature an extensive menu, from "french toast" and "picnik cobb salad" to "fish tacos" and "crispy chicken thighs".

(737) 226-0644

Mongers Market + Kitchen

Restaurant in Austin - 1.75 mi

Located 1 mile east of downtown Austin, Mongers Market + Kitchen is both a neighborhood fish market and a seafood restaurant where you can either eat in or take home fresh "delicious" seafood. Serving lunch and dinner, the menu features starters like "blue crab cake", soups like "seafood chowder", salads like "roasted beets", sandwiches like "smoked fish dip avocado toast", and entrees like "gulf red snapper". It also features raw bar offerings, including "oysters", "ceviche", and more. Enjoy $6 snacks and raw bar offerings as well as discounted drinks when you drop by on "happy hour", which runs from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Tuesday - Friday.

(512) 215-8972


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