Austin Restaurants - Top Picks
Austin's Restaurant industry runs the gamut of casual fare to fine dining, incredible food trucks, tiki bars, and old standard burger joints you'll frequent forever. This delicious list is one we can attest to tasting ourselves!
Chill island vibes all year-round! Tatsu-Ya Restaurant Group is opening a long awaited Tiki Bar, guests can expect an array of original creations of tropical drinks. Blends of Polynesian and Japanese influence with playful plating. Tiki Tatsu-Ya is set to open next door to Ramen Tatsu-Ya on South Lamar Blvd later this current and they are currently hiring.
This traditional Mexican restaurant has been open since 2018, but we thought you might need a reminder to go if you have not. Delicious succulent bites, in house made masa makes for the most incredible tortillas we've had our taste buds on in a long time. This is some serious fine dining sure to please any palate. Make your reservations now!
Jewboy burger on Airport Blvd. is a mixture of US/Mexico Border Culture and a traditional Reform Jewish upbringing, a mash up to make burgers, burritos and latkes (among other fried stuff) that honor both cultures.
Our menu favorites: Classic Jewboy burger and fries. Ask for their special spicy ketchup and aioli sauce. Don't skip on the latke potato.
Honey Moon Spirit & Lounge
Ambiance, decor and a delicious American fare menu meet at Honey Moon Spirit & Lounge. This is a great date night spot! Must make a reservation. Our menu favorites were the Seoul Hot Fried Chicken & Wagyu burger.
The Commodore Perry in Hyde Park is a historic restored Mediterranean Revival villa built in 1928 by a wealthy Texas cotton magnate and his socialite wife. A vegetable forward menu packed with delicious protein options as well. The ambiance is unlike any other, the only catch is getting the reservation they're booked months out so make yours today for . . . December ;)
Neighborhood bar with grass-fed burgers, local drafts & $6 Margaritas. Happy Hour Every day from 11AM to 11:59PM - $3 special beers on draft.
Family business coal-fired brick-oven pizza that made the Brooklyn Bridge famous! Fresh ingredients and hand tossed dough this institution is more than just pizza they're also constantly giving back to their community.
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