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With art-deco charm well in place, the wooden interiors and comfy booths make Truluck's extremely inviting. Given Truluck's 'commitment to crabs', no one doubts the restaurant's long standing relationship with seafood. The tiger shrimp, Brazilian pacu fish and virtually all of the appetizers come in large portions. To narrow down the array of entrées, pick from the salmon and flounder. Truluck's also serves steaks and chops but if you're at a place known for its seafood, why crawl back to land??
True to its name, Chi'Lantro features a fusion of Korean and Mexican cuisine with a mobile food service across Austin. Follow the schedule of their friendly food truck to sample their creative take on traditional flavors. As the inventors of kimchi fries, this dish is a must have with French fries topped with caramelized kimchi, seasonings and Korean BBQ. Other specialties include the Korean burger, spicy pork tacos, Seoul burrito and beef rice bowl. They also offer catering facilities for your parties and private events.
Tease your taste buds with a wide variety of Chinese dishes at Wu Chow. The menu mainly consists of rice and noodle dishes like Sesame Peanut Noodles, Zha Jiang Noodles, and Dan Dan Noodles. Other dishes listed are Tangerine Peel Beef, Squid with Chive Blossoms and Sichuan-Style Chicken. Indulge in their sweet treats like Matcha Cotta, Black Sesame Sammy and How Yuzu Doin. Complement your meals with creative cocktails, like Nien Nunb or Shane Hi!
This local favorite doesn't disappoint even the hungriest cowboy. Southwest favorites offered in huge portions are served with a bevy of libations to boot. Think saloon atmosphere with bistro fare but don't be fooled, the food packs a big punch. Try the green Chile mac and cheese or their ever-so-juicy 22oz bone-in ribeye, to make you remember why you love Texas cooking. Locals can't get enough of the oven baked kettle of green Chile pork stew. The mood here is just as lively as the food, thanks to tasty drinks like the Roaring margaritas and other specials.
The Hideout Coffeehouse is believed to be Austin's oldest self-made coffee shop and its rustic decor with exposed-brick walls which are adorned with humbles paintings, is a lovely reminisce of times gone-by. During mornings, the place caters to hungry patrons waiting to gorge on scrumptious breakfast specials omelettes, eggs, bacon, baked goods and delicious coffees. As evenings approach, The Hideout Coffeehouse serves beer and wine along with sandwiches, and other delights. Take your order to the in-house theater and enjoy your meals in the company of talented comedians. The Hideout Coffeehouse is a true hidden gem of Austin.
Little Woodrow's has a beautiful extended patio with a firepit, it is perfect for a night with friends or for a romantic date night. It is a nice place to grab a drink, you have a variety of draft beers to select from and they also house a full bar. There is everything to suit your taste as well as your mood. The interiors are also spacious enough to accommodate larger groups, and they house a number of television, so if you wish to catch a good game in the company of a good beer, head to Little Woodrow's. The bar prices are a bit high but the perfect ambiance and generous pours will make sure you are happily high!