Définissez votre emplacement
OneTaco, a food truck unabashedly advertising itself as An Urban Eatery decided to drop anchor at West 6th Street. Of the lunch & dinner options, the Traditional al Pastor tacos combine spicy marinated pork, onions, pineapple, and cilantro within corn tortillas. Customers can One Up their orders by choosing a side at an additional fee. Moreover, the Guacamole Selection brings together avocado, lemon juice, tomatoes, cilantro, and onions. You can opt to wash everything down with Austin's own Sweet Leaf Tea (Citrus Green is a fine choice). Additionally, the employees of bar Little Woodrow's have no problem if you bring in whatever you order from OneTaco.
The legacy of the "Father of Texas", Stephen Fuller Austin, lives on at this terrace bar on the second floor of the Intercontinental Stephen F Austin Hotel. Come and enjoy the view from the balcony while sipping on any of the drinks from the bar's wine or martini menu. Call or see the website for more information.
Houndstooth Coffee has cozy interiors which are impeccably designed with lovely wooden furnishings. Regular patrons are a fans of their espressos and lattes. The location is perfect for office goers to grab a quick coffee to-go. Their staff is very kind, helpful and always keen on getting your coffee right. In the middle of crazy crowds, they take a moment to talk to each of their customers, a ritual that makes many feel special. Their prices are a bit steep but for the experience and rich coffee that they serve, they seem worth.
The Southern Cuisine is brought to life at the Fixe, the fine-dining restaurant in Austin. Chef James Robert and his team exercise perfection as they combine traditional Soul Food recipes with modern accents to bring together a tantalizing culinary experience sure to leave a lasting impression. The restaurant offers an elegant and sleek space perfect for an intimate dinner as well as casual after work drinks.
If you are craving for some authentic Italian food, Red Ash Italia is your best bet. Chef and owner John Carver and his culinary team weave magic and bring a slice of Italy to Austin with its craftily curated menu that includes house-made pasta, seafood, and the meat grilled on the wood-fired grill. You can either relish the homemade Spaghetti Alla Chitarra or Small Potato Gnocchi pasta or choose the wood-grilled, Smoked Beef Bone Marrow and Wild Mushroom Risotto or the Boneless Lamb Steaks. Their diverse wine list including some of the finest international wines spoils you with luxurious choices. The modern decor with dark tones and a chic, rustic appeal creates the perfect atmosphere for an intimate dining experience.
The 1886 was once the gathering point for pretty much all of Austin. With its diner-cafe feel, most flocked to The Driskill's lobby for wholesome food, the quality bar and the friendly atmosphere. The now revived 1886 Cafe and Bakery is no different. Walk across the chequered tile floor and take a seat beneath the art-deco chandeliers. The 1886 Bakery opens early and offers great chocolate croissants, muffins and aromatic coffee. If you're in for breakfast, the skillets or Benedicts are just what you need. The lunch and dinner menus cover a good range of pasta, salads and steaks. It may say 1886, but step in and you know, it's still Austin chic.