500 East 4th Street Hilton Austin Austin, TX 78701
The Liberty Tavern is a restaurant serving up classic American favorites, located within the Hilton in Downtown Austin. Open for breakfast and lunch, the Liberty Tavern offers up dishes like Fried Green Tomatoes, Roasted Beet Salad, Chicken Fried Steak Sandwich and Fish Tacos. Liberty Tavern is a convenient dining option in the Downtown Austin area.
You may recognize this gourmet grilled cheese food truck from The Great Food Truck Race on the Food Network. The Austin Daily Press sets up in Downtown Austin till 3a, providing sustenance for Austin's late-night party crowd. The Austin Daily Press offers up classic yet globally inspired grilled cheese made with fresh, quality ingredients. Options include basic American favorites like Pastrami and Cheddar, as well as more exotic concoctions like Gyros with Feta, Israeli Salad and Tabasco Tzatziki. If you find yourself craving a late-night bite in Downtown Austin, make your way to the Austin Daily Press
Feel like grabbing something to eat before going out at night with your friends? If the answer is "Yes!" you might want to stop by TNT and grab some quesadillas or tacos to go with your margarita. This place is conveniently located on West 5th Street, close to all the other bars and pubs in the area. They specialize in tequila and have a full menu of all the tequilas on offer, which you can get in shots or mixed in a margarita. TNT is a very accommodating restaurant/bar, with nice decor, a pleasant ambiance and friendly waiters. Come and join the fun! Reservations can be made in advance. -Victoria Perez
El Sol y La Luna has some of the best Mexican food in the city. This establishment certainly serves the best Mexican breakfast with items like their huevos rancheros, migas and breakfast tacos. Their Posole, a chicken soup with a masa broth, is heavenly and is worth a try. Their enchiladas and tacos are also a tasty treat. A large patio beckons on fine days, and the inside dining space is cool, light and comfortable, with a sun-moon-and-stars mural on the floor and overhead. Relax in the morning with a coffee and a taco, and at night with a bottle of beer and some mole poblano. This isn't just a fabulous eatery. There are live music and events had at this hub of culture and community.
With all the black leather, neon and jazz here, one might be suspicious. Is this a trendy Mexican joint where the food takes a back seat to the slick atmosphere? The answer is a resounding "no." One bite of the Chile Relleno en Nogada is the proof; tender Pork Picadillo studded with raisins and stuffed into a roasted poblano pepper, then sauced with walnut cream. Or try the Enchiladas, Gorditas and Flautas; all make excellent choices. Sunday brunch, with live jazz, is a winner, but dinner and happy hour are the real standout events. The second location is on Jollyville Road.
1900 Rio Grande Mansion At Judges' Hill Austin, TX 78705
Dine in a historical setting at Judges' Hill Restaurant & 1900 Bar, which is located in the Mansion at Judge's Hill. A five-star chef carefully and lovingly prepares each dish, which includes specialties like seared sea bass, rosemary roasted rack of lamb, shrimp & sea scallops, and pan-seared filet of beef. Their goal is to blend fresh and exciting ingredients, and they offer both small and traditional plates, so you can dine according to your tastes, appetite, and budget. Bon Appetit!
Just two blocks from the State Capitol, this fantastic little restaurant is a favorite with the downtown business crowd. Serving high quality Szhechuan and Hunan Chinese cuisine this wonderful little slice of gourmet cuisine has a fantastic atmosphere and super service. House specialties include the Special Duck and Taipei Shrimp. The Seafood Platter, a mix of crab, shrimp, scallops and veggies served in a fabulous white wine sauce is a steal. The China Bird's Nest, a favorite among the regular patrons, is stir fry of shrimp and chicken with vegetables in a special sauce served in a bird's nest of fried shredded potato. China on the Avenue has a classy but casual oriental setting. Window tables overlooking Congress Avenue and the State Capitol are available.
Serving chef-prepared cuisine inspired by the La Condesa neighborhood in Mexico City, La Condesa offers upscale street food and tweaked home-style dishes in an energetic, airy atmosphere designed by acclaimed architect Michael Hsu. The menu contains street favorites like tacos and elotes, whole corn cobs served on a stick with cotija cheese and chili powder, as well as composed dishes like a Sunday Chicken with potato gratin and a butternut squash-stuffed chile relleno. La Condesa focuses on using local ingredients whenever possible for the best flavor. At the bar, award-winning cocktails are mixed and a selection of over 80 tequilas is available.
Nestled in the center of Austin's Warehouse district, Imperia is a fusion of Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Korean and the Pacific Rim cuisines. The restaurant has a serene and mystical aura to it with its grand chandeliers, onyx stone panels, golden Buddha statue and dark colors, it looks like a supper club from Hong Kong, only it is not. Serving traditional sushi and unique dishes such as firecracker shrimp and mussels with wasabi mashers, yuzu-crusted oyster, served with candied hijiki salad and wasabi creme, delicate Chilean sea bass glazed in Miso, lobster and shrimp pad Thai and Korean rib-eye with chive blossoms are some of the distinct dishes you will not find anywhere else. Select from their wide range of global wines, specialty cocktails, Japanese whiskeys and sakes from their lounge and tipple on your choice drink while you relish your meal. Imperia will tickle your senses and palate alike for a beautiful Asian gastronomic delight. No wonder it was voted the best Asian by the Austin Chronicler. Come and see this ethereal world of Imperia yourselves.
Péché is French for "sin," and this is definitely the place to go to for wickedly delicious cocktails. This locale offers fine French fare, including french fries with black truffle salt, a drink menu of its famous mixology concoctions and smooth wines from all over the world. Stop on by for a trip to the old world of classy cuisine at Péché. Call or see the website for more information.
Located on Sixth Street amongst the action, this space offers
a great beer selection and complete bar with a full service restaurant. You can satisfy your hunger pangs here as late as midnight. The casual atmosphere has remained since ...
Delicious Tex Mex is served at this long time South
Austin diner. The environment is casual, with Mexican art and murals adorning the walls. Three separate dining areas are available, one being an enclosed patio. It offers a range ...
Located on the corner of Colorado Street and West 4th
Street in the trendy Warehouse District, the Hangar Lounge has a cosmopolitan aviation theme, just as its name would suggest. Clocks show the time in cities around the world, ...