by Joel Jacobson
Deep-in-the-heart-of-Texas, there are some great restaurant Austin
Austin is the heart of Texas, and the state capital. It’s known for being very hip and trendy with a lot of nightlife and having lots of things to do. One thing you must surely try out are some of the great restaurant Austin.
Even the street tells you are in the state's capitol. 10010 Capital of Texas is the address for the restaurant Austin called North by Northwest Austin. They are known for their famous garlic fries, shrimp, and crab cakes with mango. Also on their menu is smoked salmon pizza with goat chasse, wasabi mashers, and their perfectly grilled beef tenderloin filet. On thing is guaranteed; you won’t go away hungry. They also have a selection of fantastic beers from their brewery that are sure to please. They have live music on Thursday and Friday nights.
If you’re looking for great food and good fun, look no further than restaurant Austin called Carlos and Charlie’s. Located on Lake Travis, they offer a full menu of items like fresh shucked oysters, mesquite grilled shrimp, fajitas, crispy chicken salad, and are known for serving up the best drinks on Lake Travis. They also have great live music acts, and awesome parties on the lake.
A great Italian restaurant Austin is Louie’s 106. Since opening in 1986, Louie’s has been very popular. The restaurant features a Cigar room, banquet room, and three levels with an open kitchen on the main level. Tapas are one of their specialties, which is a legendary appetizer form Spain. Daily specialties include rotisserie chicken, beef, lamb and fish, paella, past and risottos.
For really good Southwestern cuisine, a restaurant Austin called the Iron Cactus on Sixth Street is the place to be. The Iron Cactus uses a progressive technique that blends Mexican attributes to create flavorful dishes. They’ve got a great selection of tequilas, beer and wine, and award winning margaritas. Named one of the top ten tequila bars in the U.S., they feature over 80 different varieties of tequila form Mexico. You can enjoy this all from their outdoor patio overlooking Sixth Street.
Rockfish is another casual type of restaurant Austin. They offer fresh and delicious seafood at reasonable prices. They offer generous shrimp basket, fish tacos, stuffed fish, eighteen ounce beer schooner, and a unique Mexican shrimp martini. The restaurants have motifs like mountain fly fishing lodge, or reminiscent sleek mahogany and chrome trimmed speed boat. Open kitchens let the diner observe the culinary creations.
If you’re looking for good food in Austin, you’ll certainly find a restaurant Austin that’s sure to please. Seafood, Mexican, great drinks, and fun atmospheres abound in this capitol city.
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