One of the best things about living in the diverse city of Austin is just that – diversity. There you will find almost any outdoor activity under the sun, live music galore, and some of the hottest restaurants in South Texas.
For a date night out on the town, there?s nothing finer than booking a limo to take you to a live show with dinner at a trendy up-and-coming restaurant or hole-in-the-wall eatery. During the week, you don?t have to give up on the best gourmet food that Austin has to offer. You can bring Austin dining home with you in the Austin Chef?s Table cookbook.
Looking for Classic Austin Recipes?
If so, look no further than the Austin Chef?s Table cookbook that promises traditional favorites in the staples of Austin cuisine. Although the restaurant scene in Austin is often overlooked, Austin dining is on the rise with new eateries opening month after month and old standbys continuing to draw in the crowds.
When it comes to food in Austin, you may find fare served from a food truck, mom-and-pop diner, or five-star restaurant run by a celebrity chef. Austin is a complex city with a wide range of cuisines to choose from, including Vietnamese, Korean, Barbecue, and Mexican.
If you?re chomping at the bit to try some of Austin?s favorite recipes at home, the cookbook is set for release in February 2013. Until that time, you can whet your palate with some of the most notorious restaurants in the city, like?
Top 3 Restaurants Recommended by Austin Natives
For the inside scoop on Austin dining, check out these 3 hot spots that Austin natives flock to in droves:
- La Condesa – This is the perfect restaurant to try for someone who has a love affair with tequila. That?s right – La Condesa has the largest premium tequila selection in Austin with over 80 varieties of 100% blue agave tequila to choose from. The restaurant itself is trendy and welcoming with a secluded outdoor patio that is perfect for a first date.
- Uchi – While Japanese food may not seem synonymous with South Texas, Uchi is a hip and happening restaurant that can?t be overlooked. Be warned – the restaurant is always crowded thanks to notable Chef Tyson Cole that trained in sushi for more than a decade in New York and Tokyo.
- Stubb’s Bar-B-Q – Let?s not forget the classics, shall we? If you?re looking for the best barbecue that Austin has to offer, look no further than Stubb’s. After enjoying a finger-licking good meal, you can catch a live late-night show on the famous outdoor stage.