Restaurants in Texas

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Overhead, a metal installation of a school of swimming fish by a local artist sets the stage for beautifully plated seafood inspired by South America... Read More

There’s no better place to go for burgers and shakes, especially since this casual joint with great outdoor seating and a big playground is... Read More

This is another local chain with serious Austin cred: It's from the folks behind the beloved Amy's Ice Creams, and Phil's burgers are named after the... Read More

This kitschy, colorful space has rows of painted outdoor tables and menu items—a half pound burger topped with bacon and cheddar; beer battered... Read More

First established in Guatemala in 1971, this family-owned eatery is now an international franchise offering authentic, affordable Latin fare. At... Read More

This light-filled restaurant in the sophisticated West Avenue mixed-use shopping district is vibrant with floor-to-ceiling marigold drapes separating... Read More

The upscale sports-oriented gastropub in the fast-growing Gateway Memorial City district is massive, but feels warm and inviting thanks to careful nods... Read More

When I lived in the Hyde Park area near the University of Texas, I spent many a weekend morning in this easygoing neighborhood spot.  Their salty... Read More

Located in the Warehouse District, Ranch 616 specializes in South Texas cuisine, with an emphasis on Gulf Coast seafood, wild game, and bold spices. The... Read More

Boulevardier's mischievous southern sibling is now open on Greenville Avenue. Owners Brooks Anderson and Bradley Anderson, along with chef Nathan Tate,... Read More

About two years ago, when Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s restaurant Bank, at the Icon Hotel, closed, its chef de cuisine Bryan Caswell turned his... Read More

This nostalgic soda shop, led by chef Danyele Mcpherson, will leave you with a warm and fuzzy feeling. Great attention is paid to making classics like... Read More

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This institution, founded in 1987, is best known for its pies—think buttermilk with chocolate chips, coconut and pecans and strawberry rhubarb... Read More

This barbecue institution began as a small addition to a general store in the Texas Hill Country town of Leon Springs. Since then, it has expanded to... Read More

Aquatic-themed watering hole. The bar at this Caribbean-Mexican restaurant is backed by an enormous black-lit aquarium filled with brightly colored... Read More

You can eat like a true Texan without leaving the airport, thanks to the sauce-smothered sandwiches of Austin’s venerable barbecue franchise. Be... Read More

Believe it or not, the most famous barbecue joint in Texas, the Salt Lick, is easy to miss—if your windows are rolled up. Roll them down, and the... Read More

The see-and-be-scene swirl around the central bar at this Upper Kirby seafood hot spot, which exhibits chef Brandi Key's most graceful touch in fresh... Read More

Housed in a standalone red-brick building, this casual barbecue joint is the namesake restaurant of U.S. Olympic weightlifting champion Sammy... Read More

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