Austin Restaurants

Here is the list of top Restaurants in Austin Texas .

Travis Restaurant
Located off the beaten path in the Lakeway Resort and Spa, Travis Restaurant offers lakeside dining and upscale elegance. Veteran chef David Reinbold brings his creative flair to the Austin area, using fresh local ingredients to showcase bold Southwestern flavors for brunch, lunch, and dinner.

Trio at the Four Seasons Hotel
Trio's executive chef Elmar Prambs is known throughout the culinary world for his one-of-a-kind flavor profiles and beautiful presentations. At Trio, he combines his talents with those of Mark Sayre, an award-winning sommelier, to produce taste-tempting food and wine combinations. Specialties of the house include thick, juicy steaks and deliciously fresh seafood; the Sunday brunch buffet includes eggs Benedict, omelet stations, and an extensive dessert bar, earning it the title of Austin's best brunch.

Driskill Grill
Recipient of frequent awards and consistently rated Austin's best fine dining establishment, the Driskill Grill offers a fixed-price menu that includes innovative dishes like honey-glazed grilled Bandera quail with a cannellini bean cassoulet and herbed crusted Hodges Ranch lamb with dauphinoise potatoes. Chef Jonathan Gelman is widely renowned in the culinary world for his French- and Mediterranean-influenced American cuisine, and at the Driskill Grill, he showcases those innovative combination on every plate. They also have some happy hours with discounted rates. 

An Austin landmark since 1975, Jeffrey's serves new American cuisine under the able leadership of executive chef Deegan McClung. McClung brings a New Orleans sensibility to his creative and original dishes, incorporating elements of French, Creole, and Asian influences to produce uniquely delicious results.

Judges' Hill Restaurant & Bar
Located in the historic Goodall Wooten House, now converted into a luxury hotel, the Judges' Hill Restaurant & Bar combines an extensive wine bar with upscale American cuisine. Helmed by chef Rob Snow, the restaurant offers an eclectic selection of internationally-influenced favorites; braised short rib schnitzel is especially popular.

Offering stylish and original Asian cuisine, Imperia offers exquisite dim sum and sushi for a discerning clientele. Using top-quality local ingredients, executive chef George Thomas serves up Thai, Japanese, Chinese, and pan-Asian dishes with a unique Austin flair.

Perry's Steakhouse & Grille
A classic steakhouse in the heart of the city, Perry's is a popular destination for local executives and entrepreneurs. Serving up USDA prime steaks and chops, Perry's also includes an extensive seafood selection on its menu. Perry's now offers its unique cuisine for lunch as well, expanding from its previous Friday-only luncheon offerings.

Paggi House
Noted for its fresh seafood and innovative flavor profiles, Paggi House provides a scenic dining experience in sophisticated, posh surroundings. The Paggi House is a historic Austin landmark dating back to the city's earliest beginnings, and offers stunning views of Lady Bird Lake and the downtown area.

Another project from the owners of Zoot, Wink focuses on seafood and poultry, and does them well. The five-course tasting menu features dayboat scallops and a crisp duck breast with red fingerlings as well as a signature seared lamb dish.

Whatever you're in the mood for tonight, Austin is serving up something to suit your personal tastes. A wide array of exclusive and delicious options is available to provide the perfect meal for any occasion.