Southwestern Cuisine at its Best
In the last decade, the Austin restaurant scene has transformed from cooking up great Tex-Mex to major player in the international culinary scene. Some big names have moved in and opened up successful restaurants, but still maintaining Austin’s unique flavor. The city has proved to be an excellent canvas for a young chef and some of the most creative chefs in the country can be found working in unassuming converted bungalows and downtown warehouses.
Local Expert Tip: "Be sure to try everything and let your server take you on a tour. Make sure the Walu Walu is one of your stops along the way."
Local Expert Tip: "Order the Chilean Seabass Hong Kong style."
Local Expert Tip: "Request a seat outside under the Oak tree shaded patio."
Local Expert Tip: "Order the small plates to enjoy tastes around the globe."
Local Expert Tip: "Have a drink at Second Bar + Kitchen which is the more casual side of Congress before heading over to dinner."
Local Expert Tip: "This is Austin, but you probably want to change out of your T-Shirt, shorts, and flip flops before visiting Vespaio."
Local Expert Tip: "Be sure to order a side of the parkside fries."
- Cuisine: American
- Neighborhood: Barton Springs District
Local Expert Tip: "Have a drink on Austin's best patio before dinner."
Local Expert Tip: "Order the Green Chile Macaroni as a starter for your table."
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