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Led by Executive Chef-Owner Je Wheeler, Fabrik is Austin’s first 100-percent plant-based tasting restaurant featuring curated menus that highlight the seasonality and diversity of plant-based cuisine in an upscale, sophisticated setting. With sustainability as a priority in our approach, we source produce and ingredients from local growers and provisioners wherever possible. We offer an eclectic selection of vegan, biodynamic and organic wines. These unique wines have been curated to pair with the tasting menu, in addition to a la carte options. Paying homage to the Japanese flavor profiles, Fabrik also offers saké as well as a range of non-alcoholic options.
J Carver's Oyster Bar & Chophouse features market fresh oysters & premium wood grilled steaks. Nestled in West 6th District of Downtown Austin, John Carver, Owner and Chef delivers an elevated classic fine dining experience featuring a gorgeous raw & oyster bar and intimate dining experience.
In order to honor all reservations booked, we ask that all bookings adhere to our suggested dining time frame. Please contact our reservationist if you have additional questions. Our time frames are as follows
2 people - 2 hours
3 people - 2 hr 15 minutes
4-5 people - 2 hr 30 minutes
6-7 people - 2hr 45 minutes
8+ people - 3 hours
Please reach out to our reservationist for private dining.
We offer Valet at $12 daily
The charming neighborhood location, old world service & multiple private dining options make Jeffrey's a true Austin gem. Jeffrey's was named “Top 10 Best New Restaurants” in the country by Bon Appetit magazine in 2013.
Menus are updated daily. To see today's menu, visit https://uchiaustin.com/menu
Named after the Canje pheasant, national bird of Guyana, Canje pulls inspiration not just from mainland Guyana, but from Jamaica to Puerto Rico, and all the islands in between. Our menu explores the cooking techniques, ingredients, and many expressions of vibrant food across the region.
Tucked away on the east side of Austin, this lively environment brings a unique cocktail program boasting both spirit forward and fruit driven cocktails and a small selection of natural wines alongside our inventive food menu.
Behind an unmarked door in East Austin, you'll discover a hidden gem featuring two intimate dining rooms, each boasting only 10 coveted seats. Positioned directly in front of our chefs' cutting boards, experience a free-spirited interpretation of the traditional sushi counter, where beloved standards receive unexpected and delightful riffs. Throughout your dining experience, our talented chefs will guide you through a captivating culinary journey, showcasing interpretive new takes on traditional nigiri sourced from both land and sea.
Reserve your seat today and unlock the extraordinary world of Sushi | Bar ATX, Austin's premier Omakase experience.
SP Brazilian Steakhouse serves an incredible combination of flavors from different cuts of delicious meat, all perfectly cooked to your liking. The service will make you feel like you're the only person in the whole place. With the incredible selection of delicious meats, salad bar, drinks and desserts, it is well worth the price! You are free to enjoy a wide combination of steak, lamb, ribs, chicken and as much as you could eat. That's why SP Brazilian Steakhouse is Lakeway's highest-rated restaurant on Yelp.
Named for the island at the crossroads of the Mediterranean, Cafe Malta finds inspiration in the cuisines of Italy, southern France, Morocco, Greece and Spain, and in the Mediterranean tradition, Cafe Malta cooks seasonally and features a variety of local ingredients.
Additionally, Intero provides an authentic nod to the sweet side of Italy offering specialty house-made artisan chocolates (including truffles, barks, and sipping chocolate) along with other traditional Italian desserts in classic, seasonal and unique flavors.
Enjoy various Amari, select wines and craft cocktails indoors or out, set in Intero's modern casual atmosphere.
- FGFrancisGCaribbean •1 review5.0Dined 1 day agoA friend recommended this place and it totally surpassed our expectations. Wait time was minimal and accordingly to our reservations. Food and service was outstanding. We ordered the Friday lunch special. The food temperature, flavor , seasoning was awesome. Conner was an great and knowledgeable. We would definitely visit again!More infoPerry's Steakhouse & Grille - Downtown AustinPrice: Expensive• Steakhouse• Downtown•4.6
- OTOpenTable DinervipAustin •2 reviews5.0Dined 1 day agoSuch an incredible spot! We sat outside with a larger group and the ambiance could not have been better!! Live music was playing and the food was a perfect south west/tex mex vibe. I highly recommend to anyone looking for a laid back, casual spot with a true Austin feel! Also our server Danielle was incredible!! Can’t wait to come back!More infoRanch 616Price: Expensive• Regional American (Southwestern)• Downtown•4.7
- OTOpenTable DinervipNashville •15 reviews5.0Dined 1 day agoA big thank you to Fixe. Our party of 7 had a great meal. Food was outstanding and our server Roy was excellent. Also a big thank you to the valet parking team. It is a tough intersection and they were great about making it easy to get in and out. Wow evening!!More infoFixePrice: Expensive• Regional American (Southern)• Downtown•4.8
- DODanOvipAustin •20 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoFood was phenomenal as always! The filet was spectacular! Our waitress was very sweet, super friendly, and definitely took care of us.More infoRoaring Fork - Downtown, CongressPrice: Expensive• Contemporary American• Downtown•4.6
- CMCraigMvipAustin •29 reviews4.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Our second visit to Group Therapy (we live locally) and it's been enjoyable both times. Being in a hotel, it's fairly casual with a laid-back atmosphere and an excellent view out the large windows forming the west wall (if you're facing that direction). Service both times was just slightly off kilter, but nothing major and our orders were put in and delivered acceptably quickly. The Mexican Martini was superb, with a nice selection of other cocktails and some interesting wines. I just wish Group Therapy (and most restaurants in Texas) would feature one or more Texas wines (some of which are truly world-class), instead of 100% imports and out-of-state wines. Regardless, we had a delightful New Year's Day lunch and we'll be back soon!More infoGroup TherapyPrice: Expensive• Contemporary American• Downtown•4.4
The 6 best new Austin restaurants of 2023
Austin’s restaurant scene always sizzles with top-notch Tex-Mex and next-level barbecue, but 2023 brought innovative new spots that combine Lone Star State swagger with global accents. These debuts were beloved by diners and critics alike, like a New American hotspot by a six-time James Beard Award nominee or a Latin-inspired, live-fire dazzler that earned a nod from the Austin American-Statesman. Read on for a guide to the six reservations you need to make at Austin’s hottest 2023 restaurant openings.
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Austin loves a full-blown party, and the special-occasion restaurants in this famously quirky city are as distinct as the people who celebrate here. No matter what you’re marking, whether it’s an all-out graduation party—hook ’em horns!—or a romantic milestone under a sprawling Texas sky, this town’s got a spot for you. Read on for a guide to eight Austin restaurants perfect for special occasions.
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8 Gameday Tables to Book in Austin This Fall
Everything, including football season, is decidedly bigger in Texas. In Austin, gameday fever takes on epic heights thanks to the University of Texas, set in the city’s buzzy downtown. When UT’s beloved Longhorns kick off their season on September 3, many fans will ditch their couches for TV screens at an array of lively bars and restaurants, which include everything from an airy downtown rooftop to a historic German-influenced dive. Though many spots serve up that faithful beer and wings combo, others pair brews and specialty cocktails with Irish pub grub, spicy Southwestern snacks, and New York-style pizza to fuel the fun. Here is OpenTable’s guide to Austin’s 8 best spots for watching football this fall—so book'em (horns).
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Austin’s 10 Best Burgers
The Austin culinary scene centers high-quality beef: From steakhouses to tacos to barbecue, there is no shortage of places to get the best beef. That extends to burgers, too — from a family-run spot that sources the beef on its burgers from its own ranch to burger patties made from wagyu, the restaurants in Austin let burger lovers get their fix every night of the week. Here are ten of the best burgers in the city.
As Texas' state capital and center of culture, Austin has thriving arts and music scene that attracts millions of visitors a year. Austin also boasts a wide array of cuisine choices. If you have a craving, chances are good that you can get it sated here. You might not expect to find Hawaiian fare in the heart of Texas, but you can savor a chicken katsu spread over a bed of white rice and macaroni and garnished with carrot and cilantro. Elsewhere, you can order the Ethiopian national dish. This spicy chicken stew is slow-simmered in berbere sauce and served with several hard-boiled eggs. No trip to Texas is complete without sampling the barbecue, and Austin has numerous eateries serving up smoked ribs, brisket, pork and homemade sausage. Bring an appetite when you come to Austin.
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The most romantic restaurant in Austin is Perry's Steakhouse & Grille - Downtown Austin