Local Texas Food Businesses in ZIP Code 78703

Discover local Texas food businesses in ZIP Code 78703

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24 Diner

Restaurant in Austin

24 Diner is a place to come meet, eat, drink, and have fun. This diner is open for 24 hours, ready to cater to your late-night cravings. They offer an extensive menu, featuring traditional comfort foods such as "chicken & waffles", "steak & fries", and "meatloaf". Sweets such as "milkshake" and desserts like "peach pie" and "pop tarts" are also available to complete the classic diner experience. On top of the regular menu, it also features daily blackboard specials hand-written by the chef to highlight some of the best items of the season. They also offer seven seasonal rotating taps featuring local and craft beers, along with a full bar.

(512) 472-5400

Amy’s Ice Creams – 6th Street

Artisan Food Producer in Austin

Amy’s Ice Creams - 6th Street is an ice cream shop and more that can be found in several locations in Austin, Houston and San Antonio. There are over 350 flavors of “super-premium ice cream” in rotation, including their “world-famous Mexican Vanilla ice cream,” making every visit to be “a new flavor adventure.” Aside from ice cream, Amy’s Ice Creams also offer ice cream cakes for any occasion, seasonal items such as chocolate-covered strawberries or signature hot cocoa topped with Mexican Vanilla Marshmallows, and baked goods like shortbread cookies and cakes!   

(512) 886-5737

Bee DelightfulNo Own Retail Location

Artisan Food Producer in Austin

Bee Delightful was founded to introduce the benefits of Cannabis to the largest audience possible by infusing pure hemp Cannabinoids into natural, raw honey. 100% of honey is sourced from their co-op of farmers practicing organic, treatment-free bee keeping in Texas. The formulation incorporates the cleanest testing, treatment-free honey from bees they rescue. Once these at-risk colonies are relocated, the honey bees roam freely on treatment-free apiaries. They exclusively source the non-essential stores from each hive and infuse this precious gift with pure, high-potency hemp extract, organically grown and processed in Colorado. In order to blend rescued honey into every jar, they employ the finest rescue operators in Texas to rescue honey bee hives and safely transplant them to the Bee Delightful sanctuary in Liberty Hill.

(833) 223-2337

Cippolina

Restaurant in Austin

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

Dos Lunas Artisan CheeseNo Own Retail Location

Artisan Food Producer in Austin

Dos Lunas Artisan Cheese is a specially aged raw cow’s milk cheese made by Bob and Darlene Stryk, second generation Texan dairy farmers. The milk comes from grass-fed, free-roaming cows in Schulenburg, Texas. The Artisan Cheeses they make are constantly transforming because they are a true reflection of when and what grasses cows are eating. One of their best seller is the “5 year cheddar” that is out of this world! Bold and sharp, it’s absolutely delicious! Dos Lunas Artisan Cheese has three core values: “Happiness, Health, and Pleasure”. They always make the best cheese possible by using exclusively and only the healthiest milk and the highest quality of every other ingredient, and by continually exploring the artistic process of cheesemaking itself.

(512) 963-5357

Fine Home Dining

Restaurant in Austin

If you are looking for a caterer, the team at this place are "prepared, professional, detailed oriented" and will help you "consider all" the "options including when to serve, what to serve and how much at what time".  They have "all the answers" and their owner "Brandy" is "great communicating details before" any event. Their home kitchen is now located in SOLA at the Confituras retail shop & Little Kitchen. You can also visit their website for cooking classes and other community events. You can just drop by for some local made jam and biscuits too. Their "luscious crab cakes with handmade Aioli" is "just perfect, as always". This is just one of the "delicious foods" that "kept guests around longer".

(512) 448-9152

Fresh Plus Grocery (Clarksville)

Store in Austin

Fresh Plus is a family-owned grocery store carrying the best products available and located right down the road. Fresh Plus Grocery (Clarksville) offers a wide variety of wines and beers, imported cheeses, specialty meats, fruits and vegetables, as well as many “organic and local products.” They also offer a variety of fresh entrees, sides, soups, and sandwiches in their deli and in-house smoked meats in the meat department. What really makes it into an experience rather than just an errand is the cashiers and other staff that are friendly and helpful. This is definitely a “perfect place to go in Clarksville” to stock up on produce, grab food for a picnic, get a cold drink, or get a meal to go.

(512) 477-5574

Jeffrey’s of Austin

Restaurant in Austin

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

Lin Asian Bar And Dim Sum

Restaurant in Austin

Lin Asian Bar and Dim Sum is founded by Chef Ling, a Chinese native, with the goal to bring "authentic" Chinese cuisine to Austin, Texas. Everything on the menu is prepared passionately in a healthy way of cooking using only the freshest, "organic" ingredients. The menu features appetizers like "szechuan spicy cucumber", salads like "cabbage saladwith almond vinaigrette", veggies like "salt and pepper tofu", and entrees like "sauteed beef angus with foie grass". It also offers an extensive selection of dim sum, including "potato shrimp ball", "chicken taro egg roll", and "vegetable dumpling". With a thoughtfully-curated menu that consists of Asian-inspired creations, Lin Asian Bar and Dim Sum is definitely a go-to when you're craving for some Chinese food.Lin Asian Bar and Dim Sum continued to deliver farm-to-table goodness even in the middle of the pandemic! They’ve been featured as one of 15 farm-to-table delivery options in Austin During Quarantine.

(512) 474-5107

Mozart’s Coffee Roasters

Artisan Food Producer in Austin

Serving “specialty coffee and desserts”, Mozart’s Coffee Roasters is proud to be “Austin original!” that offers a place to enjoy quality coffee in a beautiful setting. They have your typical coffee shop drinks, and a select variety that comes with refills. Baristas are very nice and accommodating to your needs. The place itself is huge! It has very high ceilings and an enormous multi-leveled patio. It's right on a lake so you can have a beautiful, calming “lakeside view” which is perfect for de-stressing while getting your work done and your caffeine kick. Mozart's presents itself as a necessary presence in the community, solidified by the daily rush of customers, ranging from tourists and locals alike.

(512) 477-2900

Olive & June

Restaurant in Austin

Olive & June specializes in serving authentic Italian cuisine. It takes great pride especially in its "handmade pasta" crafted in-house daily. The menu consists of pasta, salads, steak, greens, and beverages. The most popular items from their menu include "pork meatballs", "ravioli", and "bucatini al' amatriciana". They also serve a variety of desserts such as "chocolate tiramisu" and "peach panna cotta". If you're looking for a restaurant that offers the "best happy hour", Olive & June wouldn't disappoint. Happy hour runs Monday-Friday until 6 pm, and you can get 50% off beer, cocktails, and every single item on the entire dinner menu.

(512) 467-9898

Rabbit Food Grocery

Store in Austin

Rabbit Food Grocery officially open their business in 2012. It is owned by “Jessica Morris and Gabriel Figueroa” who are both longtime vegans with many years of collective experience in the “natural foods grocery business.” They prefer to buy from vegan-owned manufacturers, as well as from local, organic, and of course, cruelty-free places. Their love for vegan products led them to build Rabbit Food Grocery. It is a “retail-based 100% vegan shop,” with an emphasis on useful and cool vegan products and essential vegan snacks and pantry staples. They also carry frozen and refrigerated items as well as grab-and-go and some fresh produce. Rabbit Food Grocery is slowly growing and adding new items almost daily to their inventory.

(512) 666-8638

Snack JackNo Own Retail Location

Artisan Food Producer in Austin

Inspired on a kayaking trip in Austin in 2016, Snack Jack was founded by “Diana Dussan” as she invent a natural, plant-powered snack that would give back to the planet. Wanting to offer an alternative to the soy and gluten-based, processed options on the market, Diana created a whole food jerky “made from jackfruit” that could be enjoyed by people of all diets. Snack Jack is an innovative plant-based jerky that can be enjoyed as a snack or a meal! When added to your favorite meals, Snack Jack transforms into meaty, fajita-like bites that add nutrients, protein, and fiber to your diet. Believe it or not, Snack Jack even browns like steak!

Snack ShareNo Own Retail Location

Online Service in Austin

Snack Share gives the convenience of online shopping and the fresh, ethical, and local choices of farmers market, all in one transaction! Through their business, customers are provided easy and convenient access to local, fresh, sustainably farmed produce, meat and groceries that can be delivered straight to their doors. Just pick from their list of clean, fresh products sourced from local farmers and ranchers, and expect your groceries and pantry staples delivered by Sunday or Monday.

Swedish Hill

Restaurant in Austin

"Swedish Hill is a classic in Austin now". Their "location is great, the food is good, and the ambiance is relaxed, upscale and fun"."They just completed a remodel into a clean, modern look". "Besides the expanded seating area there is a nice patio". It is really "a great place for good coffee, a pastry, and gelato". Also, "given the quality of baked goods it is also a great place for sandwiches". You will also be "impressed by all the little foodie Knick knacks that they stock- home made gardineria, home made yogurt, local honey, and more". They also "even had Coleman's mustard which I haven't seen in Austin before". "The bread and butter ice cream" is "a little pot of caramel goodness". "Everything" they offer is "delicious". Also, "parking is available on the street, often available". It is a "very nice spot, you should give it a shot".

(512) 472-1347

The Beer Plant

Restaurant in Austin

The Beer Plant is Austin's first vegan gastropub offering a 100% plant-based cuisine paired with craft beer, wine, and cocktails. With a mission to establish a healthy way of eating, this restaurant is dedicated to serving "delicious" vegan dishes in a "comfortable" farmhouse pub atmosphere. Serving brunch and dinner, the menu features classic brunch food like "chicken and waffles", shareable appetizer plates like "sriracha glazed brussels sprouts", organic salads like "harvester", wholesome sandwiches like "kimchi grilled cheese", savory entrees like "tikka masala", and luscious desserts like "vanilla bean cheesecake". The bar highlights a constantly rotating selection of local and imported beers, along with an extensive list of house cocktails and wines.

(512) 524-1800

Whole Foods Market (Lamar)

Store in Austin

The Whole Foods Market (Lamar) is "a must-visit if you are in the area". "During the winter they have ice skating". They also "have almost everything and incredible fresh baked goods, desserts, seafood and food cooked fresh in the store". Also, "the salad bar doesn’t disappoint" because they have "fresh salads, with much more selection than other places". With "high-quality fresh produce & meat" plus "good brands of prepared food & snacks", this is really an "awesome grocery store". Furthermore, you can also "make your own Acai Bowl". "For tacos, burritos, bowls, etc..., you can order it from a screen, so it'll be ready for you by the time you're done grocery shopping" and also, "their hot breakfast bar is the best!"

(512) 542-2200

WINK

Restaurant in Austin

Wink Restaurant & Wine Bar strives to become the best fine dining where guests can feel comfortable and open to a unique dining experience and new flavors. Tucked away in the corner of North Lamar Blvd. is a "fantastic little wine bar and restaurant" with an intimate, cozy "white-tablecloth" dining space serving "amazing appetizers", "great wine selection", and "good food".With a menu that is updated daily depending on what's new and fresh from the local farms, you'll never run out of options. The place is known for its daily Chef's Tasting Menu that consists of 5-7 courses paired with wine, designed to introduce the best of the best Chef's creations.

(512) 482-8868

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