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For a taste of traditional Russian cuisine right in Downtown Austin, head no further than the Russian House. Start the meal off with one of several caviar samplers before moving on to classic dishes like borscht, blini and zakuska. Come on one of the live music nights to really transport yourself to a world of boisterous Russian nightlife.
Opened in 1866, this bar has become a popular meeting place for several dignitaries as well as students and locals of Austin. This is one of the Texas's oldest beer garden; it now provides an extensive menu of traditional bratwurst and sauerkraut as well as barbecue favorites. Besides being a traditional hangout spot during the University of Texas Longhorn games, Scholz Garten is still one of the best places to sit back and enjoy a cold beer even when there is no game.
Revel in the culinary fiesta brought on by a Catalan-born chef that lets you sample many Spanish delights, right from tortilla to paella. Barlata serves the vibrant fiery cuisine in all its glory in a bright trendy setting. Their 40 varieties of Tapas, freshly made Lata dishes served in tins, mouthwatering mains and Spanish influenced cocktails are a huge hit and can often be enjoyed while watching a live flamenco performance.
If you're in the mood for some delicious European and French cuisine, Fabi & Rosi is the place for you. With delectable twists on old favorites, such as steak frites (wagyu beef with truffle fries), duck (with confit leg and breast served together) and schintzel, you can expect to be blown away. The ambiance of the restaurant is relaxed and romantic, with the patio being a good place to have dinner. Or if you wish for something more intimate, they have separate rooms for private celebrations too.