With so many people moving to South Austin and more restaurants opening, here’s my guide to the best restaurants in South Austin.
If you’re looking for seafood in Austin, go to Keepers for the a cozy coastal restaurant that focuses on sustainable, fresh ingredients, and locally sourced seafood.
One of the many specialty foods that TLC offers is seafood, which they serve in a unique Texan style.
June’s All Day food is all of the goodness of south Austin American food wrapped into one. Though it can be a little pricey, the food you’re getting in return is very much worth it.
It’s pretty obvious that Leroy and Lewis is the best BBQ joint in the city. What makes their steaks and bbq so good is their wide selection of spices and herbs.
Its picturesque indoor dining area, along with the beautiful view of their green pastures, makes for an unreal dining experience.
Easily one of the best pizzas you can buy here is the Margherita, which has a healthy serving of mozzarella and diced tomatoes. Its simple flavor is what makes it stand out.