A gussied-up homage to a Texas town—with food to match.
This sleek, flame-centric Italian-oriented steakhouse is a fixture downtown.
Casual neighborhood wine bar on SoCo.
Expect an imaginative roster of small plates at this handsome, dimly lit space in the Hotel Van Zandt.
A cacophonous dining room doesn't detract from the delicious modern Thai food.
An evening out at this modern-industrial Seaholm eatery is always a good time, especially when seated on the upper level. We started with a devilishly good serving of muhammara, a Middle Eastern dip akin to hummus with red pepper, yogurt, cumin, and coriander, served with thin, crispy sesame crackers. Perfectly…
Austin's best casual sushi.
Italian food that's good enough for families and foodies.
A second location brings dazzling interpretations of classic sushi to South Austin.
You could eat like a bird here, but you won't want to.