and the attention to atmospheric detail
makes this restaurant seem much cozier.
The Oasis Lake Travis
6550 Comanche Trail
“The Sunset Capital of Texas” is the claim
made by The Oasis, and after one visit,
you’ll see why. Most people come to
watch the sun go down from this fantastic
vantage point on one of 40 decks
perched 450 feet over Lake Travis, but
what makes them stay is the relaxed
atmosphere and the unpretentious fare-seafood, steaks, and fajitas.
Downtown: 701 Congress Avenue
Stonelake: 10850 Stonelake Boulevard
A member of the Eddie V’s family of
restaurants, Roaring Fork offers its patrons
outstanding American cuisine through
wood-fired grilling, roasting or rotisserie
cooking. Its impeccable selection of
prime meats and fish, coupled with top-of-
the-line service and atmosphere, makes
the Roaring Fork dining experience
Second Bar & Kitchen
200 Congress Avenue
An elite cadre of outstanding chefs use
seasonal ingredients and locally produced
products to bring the “Natural American”
cuisine of Second City Bar and Kitchen to
life, including rotisserie selections, salads,
sandwiches, pizzas and desserts. The full-service bar offers a wide selection of handcrafted beer, wine, cocktails and nonalcoholic selections.
2700 Anderson Ln
A Hot pot plus noodle bar that links
Northern and Southern Asian cuisine.
Shabu is an Asian aficionado's delight.
They have an innovative and authentic
menu and pride themselves on their
distinct selections. They want you to have
the utmost experiencee of comfort,
hospitality, and mouth watering flavor.
1624 Barton Springs Rd
With an award-winning menu, an
eclectic jukebox, and a pecan grove-shaded patio, Shady Grove offers a
unique Austin experience. Since 1992,
they specialize in home-cooking,
vegetarian, burgers (the bacon
cheeseburger is a must!) salads,
sandwiches (notably the Hippie Chick),
and much more. And every Thursday
evening from April through September,
they host a free outdoor concert
featuring popular local musicians.
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