Restaurants in Austin
Austin restaurants are known for BBQ. One local favorite is Black’s Barbeque. It’s a classic, having even around since 1932. The establishment serves up great sausage, so good, in fact, that Lyndon Johnson had Black’s cater a party at the nation’s capital.
The Kreuz Market has been catering to the appetites of Lockhart since 1900. The barnlike market uses a dry rub- no barbeque sauce. The meat stands on its own- it doesn’t require sauce. The open pits serve up an array of meats, including beef shoulder, ribs, sausage, brisket and pork chops.
The Salty Sow Behold offers a modern take on down-home cooking. It specializes in pork products. The modern farmhouse atmosphere imparts a fresh ambiance to its menu. This is one of the best restaurants in Austin.
Kerby Lane Café Kerbey is an Austin favorite serving up everything from gingerbread pancakes to black-bean tacos to mahi-mahi. The addictive Kerbey Queso is particularly sumptuous.
If you crave progressive fusion cuisine, dine at Wink during your stay. This restaurant has an Asian atmosphere with its Japanese rice paper screened windows. The nouveau fusion menu is equal parts French and Asian in terms of its inspiration.
No matter your taste, restaurants in Austin have something that will wet your appetite.
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