Since 1980, Mother’s Cafe has been serv-ing-up great vegetarian and vegan food.
They cook with purified water and use
cold-pressed, non-GMO canola oil and
non-GMO tofu. Along with a great dine
in experience all items are available for
10010 N. Capital of Texas Hwy.
Located in North Austin’s so-called “Golden
Triangle” Arboretum/ Gateway area, NXNW
brews tasty delights for those with a real
appreciation of the care and craftsmanship
that goes into brewing a good pint of beer.
Those with a taste for more solid fare will
appreciate NXNW’s Mediterranean and
Asian-influenced menu (wood-fired oven
pizzas! Mmmmm!). NXNW is a large
restaurant capable of seating 300, but the
warmth of the design 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.
1400 S Congress Avenue; 512 291-7300
Since 2009, Perla’s has been serving the
freshest fish and oysters flown in daily from
both coasts with an emphasis on sourcing
from the Gulf of Mexico. Perla’s has a nice
open dining area with bar, along with one
of the prettiest oak-shaded patios in Austin.
Enjoy lunch and dinner daily with brunch
on Saturday and Sunday, and happy hour
Monday through Friday.
701 Congress Avenue; 512-342-2700
10850 Stonelake Boulevard; 512- 342-2700
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
Romano’s Macaroni Grill-Great Hills
9828 Great Hills Trail
Inspired by Italian trattoria cuisine, culture,
and conversation, Romano’s Macaroni Grill
has been proudly serving unforgettable meals
since 1988 – with knowledge, care and Italian
charisma infused in everything we do. The
Great Hills Restaurant has a nice ambi-
ance and convenient location for lunch or
Second Bar & Kitchen
200 Congress Avenue; 512-827-2750
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 hand-crafted beer, wine, cocktails and
2700 Anderson Lane; 512-336-8888
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 Road
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. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs
to spread out on the lawn. Music starts at
7: 30 and ends at 9: 30.
Shore Club Restaurant and Bar
16107 FM 2769, Volente