Find all of your favorite traditional American dishes in one place at Hillside Farmacy.
Find the perfect vintage to complement your meal — this restaurant offers a fine selection of wines, beers, and beyond.
Access the Internet free of charge via Hillside Farmacy's complimentary wifi.
Weather permitting, come enjoy a wonderful meal outside at Hillside Farmacy.
Dog-owners can bring their pups with them to this canine-friendly establishment.
Or, take your food to go.
At Hillside Farmacy, you won't have to worry about circling the block multiple times to find parking.
Commute by bike to Hillside Farmacy and find easy bike parking.
Meals at Hillside Farmacy are affordable, with the average tab amounting to about $30 per person.
When you're feeling hungry, head on over to Hillside Farmacy and indulge in a tasty and innovative American dish.
In the mood for something sweet? Sugar addicts award sky-high ratings to Joe's Bakery and Mexican Food, a bakery offering bites of the best.
No need to splurge on a babysitter — tots will be right at home chowing down at this bakery.
Diners who appreciate a no-frills environment come to Joe's Bakery and Mexican Food in jeans and a hoodie.
At this bakery, you can work your arms a little. Pick up the food yourself and carry it out.
Bring your car to dinner and easily find a space in the area — street parking is available, as is a nearby lot.
Joe's Bakery and Mexican Food offers outdoor bike racks for cyclists.
So if you're craving some cookies or pastries, head on over to Joe's Bakery and Mexican Food and indulge in some bakery classics.
So don't go to any bakery. Joe's Bakery and Mexican Food is highly-rated for a reason.
In 1988, Eastside Cafe built its kitchen and planted its garden. Today, the harvest still moves straight into the kitchen to be transformed into farm-fresh comfort foods. The brunch menu spans savory and sweet, hearty and light: think almond waffles with sauteed apples, baked brie with toasted almonds and apple chutney, and beef and goat- cheese enchiladas.
Fill up on fries and other comfort food at IHOP, a savory spot for American cuisine.
At this restaurant, kids of all ages are welcome.
Low-cost wifi is only one of the perks at IHOP.
For those who prefer to dress down for dinner, IHOP's low-key style is the perfect match.
Leaving the couch is half the battle. Your foods awaits your pickup at this restaurant.
The parking garage close to IHOP is a prime parking choice for diners.
If cycling is more your speed, you'll find plenty of space to stash your bike outside the restaurant.
The breakfast menu receives the most rave reviews from patrons, but you can also stop in for lunch and dinner later in the day.
Whether you're a party animal or an early riser, the restaurant will be open to serve you 24 hours a day.
When you're looking for a bite of the classics, you know there's no better place than IHOP.
So enjoy a casual dining experience at IHOP and load up on some classic American dishes.
In 1969, the Austin-American Statesman published an article titled "The Driskill's Fate Sealed" - assuring imminent demolition to make way for a modern glass-façade office building. The Heritage Society of Austin responded by rallying local citizens to save the city of Austin's beloved landmark. Volunteers sold $10 stocks in an unofficial "bake sale," raising more than $900,000 to purchase the property, holding off the wrecking ball by forming the largely citizen-owned non-profit Driskill Hotel Corporation, and had the hotel declared a National Historic Landmark in November 1969, assuring the hotel's lasting presence in the city of Austin.
In the citizen-owned era, The Heritage Society founded the 1886 Lunchroom, successfully operated and staffed for over 20 years by members. Stocked with recipes from the hotel's past (including a stint by Neiman Marcus culinary director and "duchess of Texas cuisine" Helen Corbitt), and their own family histories, the ladies of the Heritage Society operated a venue that to this day is known as "Austin's socializing parlor." Paying homage to the city and Heritage Society's roles, the 1886 Cafe & Bakery opened on July 4, 2002.
The Café, located at the busy corner of Sixth and Brazos streets, remains the social gathering place for locals and out-of-town guests alike looking for delicious traditional Texas comfort foods that combine time-honored Texas traditions with contemporary preparation.
1886 Bakery, with Executive Pastry Chef Tony Sansalone at the helm, features an incredible array of daily pastries, breads and Austin's finest custom-crafted cakes and pies, available via direct order, or by visiting the Café for a custom consultation.
Valerie Broussard's purpose as Trace's forager is to source fresh ingredients from local farms and to track down the best cheeses, cured meats, jams, and hot sauces from artisan producers. Working in tandem with Broussard, Chef Lawrence Kocurek evokes the personality of Austin, crafting a menu with a conscience that complements the W Austin Hotel's pledge for sustainability and eco-friendly practices. Black lacquered tables cradle sharable plates of charcuterie and fresh oysters as waiters round up ranch strip steaks and all-natural FreeBird chicken breasts, accompanied by accents such as organic rainbow chard and Springdale Farms winter squash.
If the entire restaurant's décor was born from a single burst, the burst must have come from the dining room's modern chandelier, which features silver rods that erupt from a central point and teardrop lights that cast a dim glow through the interior's thin, sprawled boughs. Wide-set stone columns sit nobly against steel-hued drapes, leading eyes to the walls' mirror mosaics and out into the equally stylish W Austin Hotel.