615 S. Lamar; 512-916-9000
Eberly in Austin offers contemporary American cuisine, a welcoming study, a rooftop
terrace and the historic Cedar Tavern Bar.
Founded by a group of Austinites, Eberly
strives to keep intact the original spirit of
Austin, for locals as well as newcomers.
Come and enjoy decadent eats from their
robust menu, including: fresh oysters, grilled
seafood and their Eberly banana pudding.
301 E. 5th Street; 512-472-1860
9400-B Arboretum Bouldevard
Bringing together an award-winning combination of the freshest seafood, prime steaks,
and live music, Eddie V’s is sure to please.
Specializing in Gulf Coast Cuisine, Eddie V’s
is famous for their oysters, gulf snapper, fresh
tuna, and lobster. Enjoy live music while you
dine at the downtown location, while The
Arboretum location offers breathtaking hill
country views and patio dining.
Fareground at One Eleven
111 Congress Avenue
Fareground is a meeting place where
everyone is able to pick and choose from a
wide variety of cuisines, all under one roof
and created by some of the city’s most-
loved chefs and restauranteurs. They feature
Antonelli’s Cheese, Contigo, Dai Due
Tauqeria, Easy Tiger, Henbit and Ni-Kome.
The concept of the Fareground is the idea
that all can come together, and that some-
thing for everyone can be found.
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
320 E. 2nd Street; 512-457-1500
11600 Century Oaks Terrace; 512-835-9463
Known for their cooked-to-perfection steaks,
Fleming’s also offers a superb wine list,
boasting more than 100 wines available by
the glass and another 100 available by the
bottle. Wine lovers agree that an evening at
Fleming’s leaves them feeling a bit like kids
in a candy store. The darkly elegant atmosphere makes Fleming’s the perfect place to
linger over dessert and order an after-dinner
Flix Brew House
2200 N. IH- 35, Round Rock
Stop in for just a drink, or fill up with a fine
food. While you’re at it, if you’re in the
mood, check out the flix list and settle in for
some entertainment. Looking for a one-stop
shop for the perfect date? You’ve found it
here! You can delight in the best of brewing,
an amazing menu and catch a flick, without
driving around town. Pick a movie and order
your food, it all comes to you as you relax
Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse
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.
Fonda San Miguel
2330 West North Loop Boulevard
The lush atrium inside Fonda San Miguel’s
will remind you of a Diego Rivera painting.
This gem is a local favorite because they
serve some of the best Mexican food in the
city. Brunch is recommended because of
their enormous buffet of authentic, interior
Mexican fare. Or enjoy happy hour with
specials offered on their lovely patio bar
Mondays through Thursdays from 5 p.m. to
7 p.m., with $1 off their epic margaritas and
half price select appetizers.
1503 South 1st Street; 512-912-9070
As unique as their own name, Gourdough’s is
located in a vintage airstream off of South 1st
Street in Austin. However, even in their little
location, Gourdough’s has become a household name to those in Austin, serving up some
of the best eats and even better doughnuts.
Photo by Doc B’s Fresh Kitchen