No waiting for these smoking tacos.
A varied selection of sushi in smart, suburban digs.
A menu straight out of Mexico City.
Originality and complexity—and a twenty-foot grill—are front and center at Kevin Fink's Hestia.
Austin's epicenter of the Southern renaissance.
A stylish, locally focused dining room in the W Hotel.
It's all vegan all the time at this bright, cheery shop in Mueller.
From-scratch cooking in a stately East Austin Victorian house.
Granny chic meets Austin cool over burgers at this warm, cheery space in the Hotel Zaza.
An East Side outpost for a wide selection of Asian fare.
Serving beguiling nose-to-tail dinners for a decade.
Raw squid and smoked fish collar are just a couple of the dishes offered by the guys behind Ramen Tatsu-Ya.
Temaki, omakase, and sushi classes from the Kome folks.
Start with a Pisco sour at this contemporary Peruvian cebichería from the El Chile group.
A stylish revamp of a longtime Austin favorite.
There's no lovelier setting for an alfresco lunch.
A little bit of Oaxaca on South Lamar.
A Texas cafe with cool furniture, a hip clientele, and a modern Asian fusion menu.
A shabu-shabu joint from the fevered imagination of Tatsu Aikawa, the power behind Ramen Tatsu-Ya and Kemuri Tatsu-Ya.
Sleek neighborhood spot for elevated American comfort food.
A delightfully eclectic Cajun spot from the team behind Lenoir.
In a sea of new places in East Austin, this Goan/Portuguese/Texan spot stands out.
Some of the state's best pastrami, and more, in a little cottage on Manor.
Eclectic cocktails and Korean-inspired food in East Austin.
Healthy food from the Kerbey Lane folks, just off the hike-and-bike trail.
When every little thing must be right, there’s Jeffrey’s.
Colorful East Austin spot dishes up bold Mexican flavors.
Smart, sophisticated dining in the underbelly of Sixth Street.
This low-key East Austin spot brings a fresh approach to home-style Taiwanese cooking
Guided by Dallas's Matt McCallister, this breezy spot serves up artfully composed bowls of fresh fish.
Sweet or savory, these crepes deliver.
A cabaret vibe and fine French fare.
It may be in a slick downtown building, but it's got the same reassuring vibe and familiar recipes you know and love.
It's la dolce vita at this all-day Hyde Park cafe.
Middle Eastern food at the classiest-looking food hall in Texas.
Tacos, sandwiches, rotisserie chickens and more in a colorful alfresco setting.
Tailored for the Warehouse District, the tacos and libations at splashy Chispas are over the top.
Summer doesn't get any better than alfresco dining at this chic East Austin brasserie.
Fonda's Sunday brunch is spectacular.
A tiki bar vibe and a playfully eclectic menu.
Innovative Emmer & Rye is an oasis of calm on rowdy Rainey Street.
Juicy grilled yard bird at the Linc.
Lively cocktails and eclectic Asian fare in a breezy setting.
A stylish all-day kitchen from Liz and Lou Lambert.
Eclectic Texas-y dishes in the Carpenter Hotel.
This West Austin standby is consistently excellent.
Travel to Tuscany in Austin's Northwest Hills.
The Four Seasons' revamped restaurant is eclectic but approachable.
Northern Italian and so much more at stylish Juniper.
The look’s shabby chic, the food modern at Lenoir.