1501 South 1st Street Austin, TX 78704 +1 512 416 1601
If you think that Bouldin Creek Coffee House serves only coffee and breakfast, then you're wrong. Boulder Creek serves breakfast, lunch and dinner but the menu here is strictly vegetarian. Stuffed bouldin house Omelet and homey aaric's baked oatmeal are the specialties here. For drinks, try the chai(tea) latte and the honey lemonade. Leslie Martin, the owner offers the best multi-cultural menu at reasonable prices. Parking facility is available.
If you yearn for spicy food, then Hoover's Cooking is the right place. Owner Hoover Alexander has created combustion with his culinary skills. Sandwich and homemade lemonade are recommended. Coolers run at a very moderate price. Parking is available also. Bite into the home baked biscuits before you leave.
1300 South Congress Avenue Austin, TX 78704 +1 512 444 3800
If you want to socialize with the young locals of Austin and also enjoy some rich espresso, then Jo's is the place to be. The marinated chicken breast is the specialty here, but most people gather here in the evenings for great coffee and some bird watching. The coffee drinks and sandwiches are yummy and wheat roast vegetarian barbecue is the best choice for all veggies. If you're lucky, you might find your favorite musicians sipping coffee here.
411 East 43rd Street Austin, TX 78751 +1 512 453 3399
Quack's 43rd Street Bakery in Hyde Park neighborhood is always filled with locals, students, musicians, families, and anyone who wants to have a nice time. The dark coffee drinks and sandwiches are popular and the sugar coated cinnamon rolls served here are divine. It's the warm service, however, which forms the icing on the cake! The café has live music performances from time to time, which will make your dining experience more fun.
1409 Lavaca Street Austin, TX 78701 +1 512 472 2828
If you desire chilly and spice, then Texas Chili Parlor is your place. Texas Chili Parlor offers a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian snacks. Main courses in lunch and dinner are recommended, especially the steaks.
2201 College Avenue Live Oak & South Congress Austin, TX 78704 +1 512 443 4200
Sometimes the weather just calls out to be enjoyed and when that happens make the most of it by heading to the Tree House Italian Grille, where you can sit on the pretty patio, and enjoy a meal. The grille serves Italian-American food and offers up delights like the veal cannelloni, which is homemade. Adding to the charm of this restaurant are the live music nights on Fridays and Saturdays. So, go ahead book a table and take someone special because you won't feel like leaving for a long time.
4700 South Congress Avenue Austin, TX 78745 +1 512 851 9300
This cafe is one of the hottest spots to mingle, at Austin. The Hills are alive with the sound of music, food and attentive service. Dig into the succulent sizzler's, salads, soups, barbecues; the wine list is endless and the menu includes both lunch and dinner. Located very conveniently near the Austin Bergstrum International Airport, climb those hills, it's worth it.
2900 Rio Grande Street 29th & Rio Grande Austin, TX 78705 +1 512 499 0544
The best thing about Texas French Bread is the juicy veggie sandwich, which is made out of Tuscon or whole wheat bread and homemade mustard. If you're on a diet, you need not worry because this sandwich has fewer calories. This café also sells bread loaves and salads. The carrot cake is the best it has to offer in desserts.
1600 South Congress Avenue Austin, TX 78704 +1 512 447 3905
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 South western 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.
Artz Rib House is a smoke-free heaven for meat lovers. The smoked brisket and pork ribs are its specialties. All items are served with potato salad, onions and pinto beans. If you're in the mood for some hearty soup then try their seafood gumbo or garlic soup, both are worth it. If folk music is your kind of thing, then you should come here on Sundays for Bluegrass Jam.
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