Restaurants in Hutto

50% Off Burgers, Pizza, and Ice Cream at Big River Grill

Spring Branch

$10 $5

Menu can satisfy any craving with a selection that includes pepperoni pizza, caramel apple pie ice cream, cheeseburgers, and gyro wraps

Rio's Brazilian Café – Up to 50% Off Brazilian Food

Govalle

$20 $11

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Vibrant eatery that's been featured on the Cooking Channel serves Brazilian cheese bread, stews, and vegetarian or gluten-free dishes

Up to 47% Off Thai Food at Thai Passion

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

Artfully crafted, traditional Thai cuisine served in a dining room bedecked with the chef-owner’s original carved artwork

50% Off Coffee and Tea at Café Crème

Austin

$4 $2

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Baristas whip up steaming cups white chocolate mocha, lattes, and frozen specialties such as caramel frappé, while customers enjoy free wifi

43% Off Modern Southwestern Cuisine at Corazon at Castle Hill

Old West Austin

$30 $17

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Southwestern and Mexican flavors weave through plates of potato-corn sope with wild mushrooms and new york strip steak with red-wine sauce

Half 50% Off Ethiopian Food at Habesha Restaurant & Bar

Windsor Park

$30 $15

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Traditional Ethiopian vegetarian and meat dishes served with injera, a type of flatbread used to scoop up bites of food

$10 for Buffet Food at Indian Palace

Northwest Hills - Far West

$10 $5

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Fresh dinner and lunch buffets lead culinary journeys through northern India with dishes tossed in rich curry or smoked in a tandoor oven

$10 for Pub Food at RC Fowlers

Northwest Austin

$20 $10

Family-friendly sports bar features wings with more than 25 sauces such at atomic buffalo, as well as burgers, pizzas, and salads

$6 for Mexican Food at Jalisco's Restaurant & Bar

Sweetbriar

$12 $6

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Orange-tinged walls and live music evoke a pastoral cantina as diners feast on dishes such as beef enchiladas, chicken mole, and carne asada

Up to 53% Off Persian Fare at Shandeez Grill Restaurant

Northwest Austin

$15 $7

(98)

Saffron-infused kebabs and stews accompany hookahs and live music

Up to 50% Off Coffee and Café Fare at It's a Grind Coffee House

Milwood

$8 $4

(73)

Baristas blend drinks with coffee beans that are harvested from rainforest-friendly farms and roasted in small batches to maximize flavor

Up to 40% Off at Dickey's Barbecue Pit

620/Anderson Mill Road

$20 $11.99

(41)

Brisket, pulled pork, and racks of ribs smoked in-house

Half Off Mexican Seafood at Mariscos Tampico

North Lamar

$30 $15

Micheladas complement freshly shucked oysters, siete mares soup, and ceviche in colorful eatery with karaoke nights.

$5 for Mexican Food at Jalapeno's Taco Bar

Govalle

$10 $5

Large menu of Mexican favorites including fajitas, huevos rancheros, breakfast tacos, burritos, and tortas

50% Off Brisket, Ribs, and Sausage

Austin

$16 $8

Texas-style barbecue comes in the form of slow-smoked ribs, sausage, and brisket

45% Off at Pizza Fresh Italian Eatery

Austin

$10 $5.50

Cooks assemble ready-made pizzas and slices, as well as take-and-bake pies to prepare at home

45% Off Mexican Cuisine at El Sol y La Luna Restaurant

Downtown

$20 $11

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Iconic Mexican restaurant serves traditional and modern takes on the classics; occasional live entertainment

Up to 45% Off Mexican Food at Guero's Taco Bar

South Congress

$20 $11

Mexican dishes—including vegan and gluten-free options—such as enchiladas crowned with a fried egg, shrimp fajitas, and 12 types of tacos

50% Off Sushi and Pan-Asian Cuisine at Imperia

Imperia Asian Kitchen + Sushi

$30 $15

(311)

Acclaimed sushi chef rolls creative seafood in colorful combinations to go with Asian salads, edamame, pad thai, and more

Up to 46% Off Oaxacan Dinner at El Naranjo

Rainey Street

$60 $36

(143)

Restaurant owners bring their Oaxacan cuisine to Austin and anchor it in moles, poblano sauces, and rich meats

Up to Half Off at Big Bad BBQ

Bouldin

$10 $5.50

Memphis- and Texas-style barbecue, including brisket smoked for 12 hours, slow-smoked chicken and pulled pork, and housemade sides

45% Off

Austin

$11 $6

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Blimpie – Up to 50% Off

Austin

$10 $5

National sub shop fills bellies with sandwiches and wraps that feature freshly sliced meats and quality toppings

Up to 53% Off at Molcas Mexican Restaurant

Spicewood Office Park

$15 $7

Recently remodeled eatery brimming with homemade tortilla soup, savory tamales, and Yucatán specialties

Up to Half Off at Shore Club Restaurant & Bar

Northwest Travis

$21 $11

(19)

Restaurant along Lake Travis boasts lobster mac 'n' cheese, bourbon chops, and habanero-barbecue-shrimp tacos served alongside live music

Up to 50% Off Southern Comfort Food at TenOak

Downtown

$20 $11

Crispy chicken and waffles, pulled-pork sliders, and small-batch bourbon served amid polished wood tables and sturdy metal chandeliers

40% Off at Oishi Japanese Fusion

Dobie Mall, 1st Floor

$20 $12

Sushi rolls with prawn, spicy crab, mango sauce, and shrimp tempura alongside dishes of spicy chicken and teriyaki beef

$10 for Sub Sandwiches at Subs Plus

Windsor Hills

$10 $5

Stop in for a lunchtime sub featuring deli meats, gyro meat, and meatballs

Half Off Espresso and Italian Café Cuisine at Lavazza Espression

Downtown

$5 $2.50

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Espresso, gelato, ciabatta-bread sandwiches, and torta salata served alongside dessert coffee innovations

50% Off Asian-Polynesian Fusion Food at Rockadive Austin

Native South Food Park (Next to Moontower Saloon)

$20 $10

Food truck blends Asian, Polynesian, Filipino, and Latin flavors into dishes such sweet pulled pork, fish tacos, Spam sandwiches, and lumpia

$10 for Dinner at Alborz Persian Cuisine

North Shoal Creek

$20 $10

Kitchen staff crafts traditional platefuls of meaty kebabs, house stews, and vegetarian dishes

Half Off Tasting Menu for 2, 4, or 6 at Hudson's on the Bend

Austin

$110 $55

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Chefs add innovative sauces to wild-game dishes lauded in an Austin Chronicle reader poll; served on a rustic garden patio

Up to 39% Off Pizzeria Cuisine at Craig O's

Lakeway

$18 $11

Chefs make dough, meatballs, sauces, and pasta all from scratch, including some gluten-free items

45% Off Indian Food at Royal India

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

A tandoor oven roasts chicken and ground lamb; eight types of curry season meats; vegetarian options feature housemade cheese

The Frisco – Up to 51% Off Diner Lunch or Dinner

Brentwood

$55.75 $29

Chicken-fried steak, meatloaf sandwiches, and coconut-cream pie voted Austin's best by the Chronicle at a retro diner open since 1953

48% Off at Aster's Ethiopian Restaurant

Austin

$21 $11

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Sumptuous portions of traditional stews and vegetarian dishes fill one of Texas Monthly’s Top 10 Places to Eat in Central Austin

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With summer barbecue season bearing down like an angry bull, this meatberg ensures July evenings scented with charcoal and satisfaction, no matter the size of your crowd. The imminent meat-ark of USDA-graded steaks includes four bacon-wrapped 7-ounce filets, four 7-ounce filet strips, four 8-ounce Black Angus New York strips, four 7-ounce flat-iron tenders, six half-pound pure chopped-beef steaks (81/19 lean), and two 17-ounce porterhouse T-bones. Kick back with a bottle of hickory barbecue sauce and brush up on steak facts while you wait for the two-week processing and delivery.

1311 W 2nd St
Taylor,
TX
US

A decade is a long time to be in the restaurant, but MasFajitas Mexican Restaurant's three kitchens haven't slowed down in all that time. The owners attribute their success to their signature dishes, including the cadillac fajita, a medley of veggies, tender chicken or beef, and all the bell and whistles from creamy guacamole to handmade pico de gallo. They keep things fresh by working contemporary American ingredients into their menu, such as grilled catfish or a cheese and spinach quesadilla. The kitchen can also export its wares via its catering service, available for parties of any size, from intimate gatherings of friends to huge gatherings of strangers who you will turn into friends with your benevolence and Mexican food.

2600 W 2nd St
Taylor,
TX
US

Founded by sisters Anni Zovek and Piroska Althauser, the two-story European Bistro houses a fleet of linen-topped tables and booths adorned with Hungarian, German, French, and Eastern European cuisines. Red-brick and wood-paneled walls serve as the base layer for the restaurant's rustic, Old-World character, enhanced by antiqued paintings, chairs reminiscent of 19th-century Europe, and a special table reserved for members of the Grimm brethren.

On weekends, an accordionist charms ears with German, French, and Hungarian tunes while patrons savor such entrees as wiener schnitzel, hungarian stuffed cabbage rolls, and duck liver. Meat-free fare includes tofu steak and vegetarian paneer cheese goulash. For larger groups, the eatery also boasts a banquet room that can host up to 175 diners.

111 E Main St
Pflugerville,
TX
US

Twenty catfish fillets, fries, coleslaw, hush puppies, lemon, and tartar sauce sail to tables, ready for families to feast upon. Shrimp, catfish, and oyster po' boys. A 10-acre pasture equipped with washer-pitching pits. All these elements combine to form the Good Luck Grill, owned and operated by a native Texan. The Grill welcomes patrons with a mix of comfort food and country charm: seafood hand-breaded with seasoned flour and cornmeal, an outdoor patio filled with live music on weekends, and burgers made from 100% Angus beef. Meanwhile, the restaurant's spacious wooden front porch and open interior beckon the famished masses like a Statue of Liberty that is constructed entirely of chicken-fried steak and holding a chili-cheese torch.

14605 Fm 973 N
Manor,
TX
US

15803 Windermere Dr
Pflugerville,
TX
US

El Rincon brings the inventive flavors and hearty, comforting dishes of Mexican fare stateside. Make friends with the menu by opting for the Mexican plate, huddling together a wise-cracking cheese enchilada, a crispy taco, a charming chalupa, munchable mercenaries of rice and beans, and a guest appearance by pop star Guaca Mole ($5.99). The fajita plate wraps scene-stealing sizzling steak or chicken in steamy homemade tortillas ($8.49), and the hefty burrito dinner ($6.50) and the beef enchiladas plate ($6.39) sport the spicy couture of the restaurant's green salsa, named a favorite of the 2010 Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Fest. Providing weekly soundtracks to these dining epochs, the mariachis of El Rincon serenade diners with swooning, passionate ballads about the Battle of Carne Asada.

200 Pecan St E
Pflugerville,
TX
US