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Rated as one of the top restaurants in Texas, Uchi is a very romantic restaurant with dimly lit lanterns. If you want some privacy, then the sushi bar is for you. For an appetizer, try the Yokai Berry, Sakana Carpaccio and Machi Cure. Make sure you leave some room for desserts, the creme caramel, gelato and panna cotta are delectable. As for the selection of sakes, it is wise to come in for the daily Sake Social to sample small bites and sakes that pair perfectly.
East Side King is probably the most popular Food Trailer in Austin. It has five different locations around Austin that it posts up at regularly. The colorful, almost psychedelic truck hands out delicious Asian street food; actually, it's a blend of Asian flavors and American sensibilities, the result of which is absolutely tasty! Try the Thai chicken karaage or Por Qui buns, they're legendary. Another great feature of this little joint is that there are veggie and vegan options to choose from. Vegans from all over travel far and wide to get their hands on delectable preparations like the Home Beet Fries and Veggie Meshi. A word of caution, though, they neither accept reservations nor credit cards cards; hit the ATM before you arrive here.
Times have changed in Austin, and now there is an explosion of activity and businesses moving east of the I35 Downtown Corridor. The Yellow Jacket Social Club is no exception to this, and provides evidence of a revamped East Austin. For example, this dive bar, amongst old warehouses and train tracks, trumps all of those negative stereotypes. It's a joint for funky hipsters, where “rockabillies” mingle over alcohol, food, and underground punk music. Enjoy company, either indoors, at the bar, or outside under the trees.
From its dining room on one of the trendiest corners of South Congress Avenue, Perla's serves fresh seafood, decadent desserts and strong drinks, as well as prime people-watching opportunities on their large, shaded wooden patio. With a wide selection of cold bar items like clams, oysters and shrimp, entrees like bouillabaisse and grilled fish, diners will have their seafood cravings satisfied. Perla's desserts include apple pies with Cheddar cheese and huge ice cream sundaes. The bar menu boasts a large wine selection, along with several signature cocktails, in addition to the classics. Sunday Brunch offers the classics like omeletes along with seafood items like lobster and crab cakes.
Whoever said that nothing good ever came out of a food trailer has never tried Gourdough's amazing donuts. Located on 1st Street, this small but thriving business has amassed a lot of regular customers. They offer a wide selection of donuts with a collage of flavors that practically explode in your mouth, sending you to a state of happiness that most could only dream of. There is also a create-your-own option for those who are creative enough to build something exotic. The seating area, which is shared with two other trailers, is perfect for groups, but they also try to accommodate visitors during the colder time of the year by providing a coal fire. Gourdough's is great for families, couples, and teens.
South Congress Cafe has it all, a delectable menu, happy hour and a ritzy location in the upscale shopping area of Austin. The décor is airy and trendy with large windows overlooking the streets and slick booths that are comfortable. The cuisine leans towards Southwestern and the restaurant serves brunch, lunch and dinner. Dishes to look out for are the scandalously succulent pork tenderloin, Cajun seafood scampi and blue-corn crepe. The portions are humongous so you may want to skip dessert.