Mulberry is mainly known for the amazing wine bar that they possess. The dimly lit bar pretty much sets a romantic atmosphere. The long stretched bar, where one could stand or sit next to has huge range of wines, not to mention the people-watching you can do across the bar. Needless to say that the bartenders are quite professional and attentive, and they will always recommend you the best of wines. The food served here is typically American. One should try the shrimp and Artichoke Crostini, very rich and delicious. To sum it up, this place is a must try, whether you're from Austin or not.
100 East North Loop Boulevard # B Austin, TX 78751
The Parlor may not be a beauty saloon but it certainly will make you feel stomach full if not beautiful. That's right, this fine undertaking plays quite a few roles from a pizza place to a coffee house to a bar and so on. Parlor's customers can't stop going gaga about their pizzas and why not? After all, they serve mouth-watering pizzas with ample of toppings that makes every pizza look and taste good. This hip spot serves as a very friendly coffeehouse as well. Not to mention the inexpensive beer they serve. Jukebox and pool tables to satisfy the entertainment factor. Outdoor patio for the ones who like to enjoy the weather. Almost a complete package which very few want to pass on.
Primizie Catering originated from Primizie Osteria, a restaurant that once boasted a sparkling clean ambiance with neatly placed seating arrangements and fabulous food. Although the restaurant itself is closed, the food lives on through their pristine catering service. If you're ordering from Primizie, do try the 'soup of the day'. Panzanella Primizie, Tagliatelle Alla Bolognese and Rustico are just few of the dishes on the menu which already sounds so delicious. Deserts are something everyone looks forward to, and one cannot be blamed when the desert menu consists of Semifreddo, Torta Di Limone, Tiramisu and more. Their catering service is simply an Italian blessing to Austin.
BB Rover's Cafe & Pub is a wonderful place to be at, anytime. It's not just because of the timings, but also the atmosphere that is ever so friendly and relaxed. With a fine decor, this place possesses comfy seats and fairly big tables. Now the menu has a lot on it to choose from. With lip-smacking appetizers, soup of the day and lunch specials are served too. Half-pound burgers and refreshing beverages, if you're up only for a small meal. Besides that, one can choose from almost 300 beers and ales. This bar also has a dog-friendly patio. Another USP is the wireless internet available, for free. Live music to set the mood, at this bar.
With the wealth of fast food drive-thru restaurants, P. Terry's stands out for what their burgers do not have: junk. Aiming to provide fast food options made of real food, P Terry's offers freshly made burgers made from hormone-free beef and chicken, and homemade veggie burgers. All this is topped with local, organic tomatoes and served with freshly cut French fries and creamy milk shakes made with real ice cream. Even the lemonade is fresh-squeezed. The small outdoor patio provides a relaxing retro vibe very close to downtown, while the drive-thru setting means the wait time between ordering and eating is very fast. - Christine Whalen
From its little trailer in the Trailer Park & Eatery, Torchy's Tacos serves some of the most unique tacos in Austin. While not authentically Mexican, these tacos are most definitely Texan. The Fried Avocado combines a hefty slab of battered and fried avocado, beans, cheese, and pico de gallo, while the Trailer Park includes fried chicken and green chiles. Torchy's homemade queso is topped with queso fresco, mouth-stinging habanero sauce, and fresh avocado, and the guacamole is fresh. On cool days, the outdoor seating and bonfire make the Trailer Park & Eatery a relaxing place to soak up South Austin atmosphere. - Christine Whalen
Union Park is one of the most sought after hangout destinations in town. Be it drinks, food or the live music, Union Park is simply unbeatable. If you are looking out for a place with amazing delicacies, and affordable drinks, then Union Park is a must visit for you. With a lovely ambience and a amiable staff this place guarantees total satisfaction to everyone. It is even a popular venue for various events including joyous parties or even corporate meetings.
With its menu of Italian bistro cuisine and charming interior, Enoteca Vespaio offers a less expensive but still fresh and high-quality alternative to Vespaio, its sister restaurant next door. Enoteca boasts offerings like the mozzarella panino stuffed with housemade mozzarella cheese and roasted tomatoes, flat-crust pizzas, and rich pastas. Fresh ingredients are in abundance. The dessert case at the entrance offers a glimpse at their tarts, cookies and cannoli. Sunday brunch offers a selection of egg dishes and sweet breakfasts like pancakes and freshly made bread. The interior is small but welcoming, and the outdoor patio at Enoteca Vespaio allows diners to gaze at passers-by strolling down South Congress.
Austin has several Thai restaurants to choose from, and Titaya's is among the best. The food is reliably delicious, and the ingredients are always fresh. The large menu includes a wide selection of appetizers, salads and several freshly made soups, most of which are available in a pot served flaming at your table. Catering to a broad clientele, the menu boasts a large selection of vegetarian choices, and a wide variety of seafood dishes. Entrees include curries and noodle stir-fries with varying degrees of spice, from very mild to tongue-searing. Do not miss the desserts, which are decadent without being heavy, like the black rice pudding, served warm and topped with coconut sauce. -Christine Whalen
In a small and cozy dining room in a reworked house, Casa Colombia serves Colombian dishes, as well as other South and Central American specialties. The menu offers a multitude of beef dishes - try the ropa vieja, a Cuban dish made with shredded beef with red wine sauce and olives - as well as chicken and vegetarian choices. The arepas - a specialty of Colombia and Venezuela made from freshly cooked rounds of masa stuffed with meat or cheese - are popular and delicious. A variety of blended tropical fruit drinks compliment the spicy menu, as does the freshly brewed Colombian coffee.
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