Established in 2013, by brothers Bryce and Dylan Gilmore, Odd Duck on South Lamar Boulevard serves modern American fare in a rustic contemporary setting. The menu is driven by head chef Mark David Buley and features an array of seasonally-inspired eats that are prepared using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. The Baharat Spiced Pork Chop, Wagyu Bavette, and Antelope Tataki are some of the seasonal specialties from the menu. Odd Duck's bar fare is mainly known for its craft cocktails that pair extremely well with the food on offer.
Established in 2012, Ramen Tatsu-Ya takes pride in being one-of-a-kind in Austin. This restaurant attempts to recreate the typical feel of Japanese ramen stalls as found with its ambiance and food. As the name suggests, the specialty of this place is the ramen; the wheat for the noodles and the broth are prepared fresh, on-site, so you are sure to get only the best. Refraining from accepting reservations, Ramen Tatsu-Ya is an intimate space that can seat approximately 38 guests; get there well in advance to grab a table.
While Texas is known for its own combination of flavors with Mexico, Suerte presents the authentic flavors of Mexicana. A perfect melange of contemporary and traditional vibe, the wooded setting is perfectly charming to enjoy a delicious meal at any time of the day. The food menu features Mexican staples like Tostadas and Tacos. You can also come for a sunny binge and try their weekend brunch menu with special cocktails. The sorbets and dessert cocktails are a must try to end your fiery and tasty Mexican meal on a sweeter note. Experience lovely Mexican dining at Suerte by reserving a table during busy evenings beforehand.
Downtown Austin is home to Chef Andrew Curren's Italic known for its superior quality of Italian offerings perfectly paired with Italian wines. The menu features an eclectic selection of cured meats, Italian cheeses, olives and home-made focaccia. Guests can choose from an array of rustic wood-fired pizzas and farm-to-table selection of pastas made from the freshest seasonal ingredients. To top it all, pamper your sweet-tooth with gelatos and other Italian sweet confections crafted by Chef Mary Catherine Curren.
Once the home of the revered Green Pastures, Mattie's named in honor of the mother who owned and ran the once iconic restaurant, is beautiful and graceful. A vintage, Southern charm exudes at this place that is appealing and welcoming. Stately appointed rooms, lounges and patios beckon diners for a memorable dining experience. Savor dishes like duck confit gumbo, Mattie's fried chicken and buttermilk biscuits. Using only organic ingredients and produce from local producers, their food is indeed delectable. Take a sip of the famed milk punch or craft cocktails while you try to catch a sight of white peacocks. Reservations are highly recommended.
Where the river water of Colorado gushes in the nerve point of Austin, Cover 3 offers a fulfilling gastronomic and entertaining experience to its patrons. The modern decor of the spacious restaurant is enhanced by rustic, open brick columns and the large muntin windows, giving it an industrial look. An event room with a classy, all white decor and contrasting black leather chairs, is dedicated for corporate or intimate private events. The patio is isolated with a peaceful vibe, contrary to the bustling indoors. However, soccer, golf and basketball fans never have to worry about running out of TVs to watch indoors or outdoors, while enjoying the delicious meal. The food menu is extensive with a gamut of American staples. Whether it is loaded tuna and chicken burgers or Buffalo Chicken Sliders, the food never fails to impress the frequenters. The brunch menu is a fusion of Mexican and American with breakfast Enchiladas and Quesadillas. The drinks menu offers a plethora of wines from Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Merlot, to name a few. The tap beers from the local breweries of Texas are a perfect accompaniment while cheering on for your favorite team.
Olamaie pampers your palate with enticing Southern flavors as you dine here. Located at San Antonio Street, this restaurant is known for serving delicious Southern recipes with contemporary twist that will pleasantly surprise your taste buds. Try the Summer Pepper Purlooo, Smothered Cornbread, Smoky Fish Dip from their menu which have been the popular favorites. Accompany your meal with some refreshing cocktails or other beverages from their beverage list. If you are feeling a little more indulgent, enjoy the heavenly desserts like Baked Apple Ice Cream, Glenn & Paula's Carrot Cake. The cozy interiors of this warmly lit restaurant are complemented by their fine hospitality and friendly staff who ensure you have a pleasant dining experience.