Considered one of Austin's best date night dining spots, Moonshine Patio Bar & Grill offers playful takes on classic American home cooking in a friendly and relaxing setting.
Don't forget our bib-required BBQ at locales like the newest favorite, Franklin Barbecue, where the owners are greeted daily with throngs of ravenous addicts, lining up 50 deep for a fix before the owners put the "Sorry, Sold Out! Come Back Soon" sign on the door.
Then there are the water-front locales like family-favorite Hula Hut on Lake Austin or the Lake Travis situated, "sunset capital of Texas", the Oasis. And lest we forget our BBQ at laid-back locales like favorites La Barbecue and County Line on the Hill.
No Austin visit is complete without a park-and-eat experience at any of our many personality-plus food truck and trailer venues. From gourmet donuts at Gourdough's to savory sensations from East Side King, our city's ongoing conversation now has a culinary accent that is so much more flavored than a predictable Texas twang.
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Legendary slow smoked BBQ served in a relaxed Hill Country setting. Set in an old lake lodge, the County Line on the Lake is right on Bull Creek just off Lake Austin, and has been well known for... MORE >
TRACE Austin is a sleek and sophisticated restaurant featuring the finest flavors of Central Texas sourced directly from the region's surrounding farms.... MORE >
In an effort to preserve a piece of Austin’s musical heritage, the owners of Old School Bar & Grill salvaged the dance floor of the famous Armadillo World Headquarters, where famous acts such as... MORE >
A sweet little dessert trailer in the heart of Austin, Texas. Stop on by today and treat yourself to cake shakes, frozen hot chocolate, espresso and cake balls.... MORE >
Where’s the best place to get some real Texas barbeque? Ask anyone in Austin that question and chances are the answer will be the County Line. Since 1975 the County Line has been The place to... MORE >
There’s nothing wrong with sipping remarkable wine to a bit of rock n’ roll in the Live Music Capital of the World. Perched on the corner of 2nd Street and San Jacinto Blvd., a stone’s throw from The... MORE >
An upscale, yet casual Mexican Grill and Margarita Bar in the heart of Downtown Austin. From small intimate meetings to large corporate buyouts, the Iron Cactus has a room just for you. Our... MORE >
The sunset views set the mood and adds to the ambiance of this Austin-favorite.... MORE >
One of the finest Italian restaurants in Austin Carmelo’s Ristorante Italiano is conveniently located downtown, just across the Hilton Hotel. We offer the extraordinary Italian we are known for plus... MORE >
A colorful ambiance is the backdrop for this innovative Tex-Mex joint. Traditional flavors are combined with influences from Louisiana and California.... MORE >
Annies Café & Bar was founded in 1982 and is the oldest continually operating restaurant in downtown Austin. Located in the historic Day Building at 319 Congress, Annies Café & Bar is a modern... MORE >
Relax on our balcony overlooking Sixth Street and see why Zagat's names us one of the best patios in Austin. Enjoying Table Side Guacamole, Sizzling Fajitas or any of our Mexican inspired dishes.... MORE >
We invite you to discover Truluck’s. An escape for the senses. Come savor the freshest Crab, direct from our own fisheries. Delight in our fresh-catch seafood menu or select tender, juicy steaks... MORE >
The originator of Sol Food, El Sol y La Luna is Austin's laid back home for Interior Mexican, Border Tex-Mex and Central American cuisines, foods that writers collectively term "foods of the sun":... MORE >