This locally owned diner offers breakfast through lunch and everything in between. The eclectic atmosphere and expansive menu may have you coming back for more. Fuel your trip with a Buddha Bowl made with fresh veggies and all-natural protein.
With the namesake of a beloved member of Austin’s 1970s music scene, Taco Flats serves fresh tacos, specialty cocktails, 30+ and craft beers. Start with breakfast tacos and Belgian waffles in the morning, or dig into a carne asada taco with a spicy frozen margarita at this neighborhood hang-out.
NAU’S ENFIELD DRUG
For a mix of history and good eats, check out Nau’s Enfield Drug on West Lynn. This spot is Austin’s last remaining drugstore with an authentic soda fountain.
CLARK’S OYSTER BAR
If you’re in the mood for fresh seafood in a cool but still sophisticated environment, check out Clark’s Oyster bar by chef Larry McGuire. They also serve sustainable caviar.
Enjoy a refreshing cocktail and bite at this bar-focused restaurant serving tacos and Asian-inspired comfort food such as spicy gochu pork fries, and Malaysian fried rice. For a drink, enjoy a Paloma.
WALLY WORKMAN GALLERY
The neighborhood also features many art galleries, including the Workman Gallery. Established in 1980 and located in a 120-year-old historic house in Austin’s art district, the Wally Workman lifts up the careers of emerging local artists to a national stage.