movie and order your food, it all comes to
you as you relax and unwind.
Fogo de Chao Churrascaria
309 E. 3rd Street
Quickly becoming Downtown Austin’s
most popular dining destination, recently
opened Fogo de Chao, an authentic
Southern Brazilian Steakhouse, offers a
prix-fixe menu. The menu includes an
unlimited selection of over 30 salads,
vegetables and cheeses from around the
world, several side dishes, as well as the
main course… 15 cuts of meat served
tableside by Brazilian Gaucho Chefs. In
addition to exceptional food and service
the elegant dining room and award
winning wine list have helped make
dining at Fogo de Chao an experience
that can’t be missed.
2900 RR 620 N.
If your timing is just right, you could find
yourself sitting out on the patio in the early
evening, watching the sun go down over
the lake while you enjoy a margarita with
your Tex-Mex dinner. Seasons may come
and go elsewhere, but it always feels like
summer here at the Iguana Grill.
Downtown: 606 Trinity
North: 10001 Stonelake Boulevard
South: 13420 Galleria Circle
Known for their variety of margaritas and
tequila drinks, the Iron Cactus has been
named one of the top ten tequila bars in
the country, with over 80 selections of the
best in Mexican tequila. All of their
restaurants feature excellent Southwestern
cuisine with influences from Southern
Mexico to Southern Utah. Call the north
location for special events hosted weekly,
or check their website.
Johnny Carino’s Country Italian
5601 Brodie Lane, Suite 1600
12901 N. I- 35 Service Road
9500 S. I- 35 Service Road
11620 N. FM 620, Cedar Park
2600 N. I- 35, Round Rock
When dining here, expect the best in
authentic country southern Italian cuisine.
Johnny Carino’s, with its open kitchen style
and exhibition cooking, gives diners a
warm invitation to sit down and enjoy the
whole dining experience. Johnny Carino’s
menu includes traditional favorites like
homemade lasagna and wood-fired
pizzas, and featured items like spicy shrimp
and chicken, chicken scaloppini, baked
cheese tortellini and baked fish Romano.
419 Colorado Street
With its smooth and sophisticated
atmosphere, Kenichi is known to Austin’s
glitterati as the place to see and be seen.
Master sushi chef Kenichi Kanada has
brought regional far-eastern cuisine,
including fresh sushi and sashimi, to
Austin’s warehouse district in style. Kenichi
also offers the widest selection of sake in
Texas. Enjoy the restaurant’s glamorous
design while dining at the sushi bar, or
opt for the full dining experience – you
won’t be disappointed.
KOBE Japanese Steakhouse
13492 Research #380
Watch the thrilling display of talent as your
cook tosses food in the air and then catches
it backwards with a spatula. Generous
portions of seafood, steak, and chicken are
grilled fresh. Savor delicious appetizers,
soups, and a wide selection of sushi.
2304 Lake Austin Boulevard
1920 S. Congress Avenue
The sign says, “Sorry! We’re Open!” But
when you step inside you won’t be sorry,
and you’ll see why “Everybody knows,
everybody goes,” to the Magnolia Café.
Its menu runs the gambit of great food,
from light fare to classic burgers and
sandwiches to Mexican dishes, there’s
something there that sates even the more
ardent appetite. And let’s not forget the
Café’s famous 24-hour breakfast!
2608 W. 7th Street
1212 S. Lamar
10205 N. Lamar
9911 Brodie Lane
3801 N. Capital of Texas Hwy
12506 Shops Pkwy, Bee Cave
4600 W Guadalupe, Suite B5
Maudie’s Café has been a tradition in
Austin since the early 50’s serving the best
home-style cooking around. Faithful
clientele stand in long lines for breakfast
and lunch. Maudie’s has won numerous
awards over the years for its Tex-Mex food
and fresh-squeezed margaritas. With six
successful city restaurants, Maudie’s has
become a true tradition in Austin.
The Melting Pot
13343 U.S. Hwy. 183 N., Suite 350