Map | 1201 E 6th St, 78702 Argentinean Fare | Menu
Naturally-raised meats cooked to perfection with hand-picked fruits & vegetables. Funky, art-filled atmosphere. Try the empanadas ($3.75) or the gnocchi quartet ($14). INSIDER TIP: Going for a drink? Check out The Milonga Room Downstairs!
French fare plus a great wine and beer list in a Parisian setting. The Austin American Statesman says of it, "Chez Nous beckons to couples for romance, to friends for conversation, to gourmands for good food."
Expensive but epic. Enjoy a daily menu of yakitori (meat skewers) and fresh edamame sushi. Try the pork belly skewer ($4) or any of the sushi rolls ($12).
Map | 2115 Holly St, 78702 Gourmet American | Menu
Gourmet New American Fare. This polished cafe space was converted from a laundromat/gas station. Known for their brunch menu.
Map | 1606 E 6th St, 78702 Tacos from a Truck | Menu
Colorful Trailer in a small Food Trailer Park serving up tamales, tacos, and other traditional Mexican fare. Go Pueblo Viejo Style!
Map | 801 Red River St, 78701 Authentic Barbecue | Menu
Beer, brisket, and music downtown. Locals love the Sunday Gospel Brunch. "In the 1970's, Stubb's restaurant became the heart of an explosive music scene. Stubbs was ground zero for musicians like Joe Ely and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Stubb's restaurant [is] always filled with good friends, great music, and plenty of Bar-B-Q."