Comfort Suites NW Lakeline
13681 N. US Hwy 183
Austin, TX 78750-2209
Phone: (512) 219-1800
Fax: (512) 219-1500
13681 N. US Hwy 183, Austin, TX, US, 78750-2209
- Phone: (512) 219-1800
- Fax: (512) 219-1500
Bars & Cafes
Cover 2 is an amazing place to catch a game with friends or family. The bar is equipped with over 20 HD TVs, serves delicious bar snacks as well as lunches and offers over 20 draft beers. In addition, they also serve wines by the half bottle and other spirits and cocktails. The service at Cover 2 is top-notch with friendly bartenders and servers. The place also hosts weekend brunches. Cover 2 is a child-friendly bar.
The adage, 'looks can be deceiving', is quite true when it comes to Freda's Seafood Grille. With a charming brickwork facade and an interior beautifully furnished in wood, Freda's exudes upscale elegance; even the dishes, from the rich flavors to the presentation, stays in tune. But do not fall into the misconception that you will be paying through your nose, as your visit to this restaurant will go easy on your pockets. The menu focuses on fresh catch from the sea, offering a diverse range of fish, shrimp, crab and lobster, with a small selection of steaks to please the meat lovers. Choose a champagne or wine to augment your dining experience at Freda's.
BB Rover's Cafe & Pub is a wonderful place to be at, anytime. It's not just because of the timings, but also the atmosphere that is ever so friendly and relaxed. With a fine decor, this place possesses comfy seats and fairly big tables. Now the menu has a lot on it to choose from. With lip-smacking appetizers, soup of the day and lunch specials are served too. Half-pound burgers and refreshing beverages, if you're up only for a small meal. Besides that, one can choose from almost 300 beers and ales. This bar also has a dog-friendly patio. Another USP is the wireless internet available, for free. Live music to set the mood, at this bar.
Yet another Starbucks outlet, this one is located at Great Hills Trail, in the Arboretum Market. Serving the regular fare of coffees and bites, it offers a relaxed ambiance and friendly staff. Drop by to enjoy a piping hot cup of aromatic coffee, or simply take-away some to get refreshed.
This restaurant is decorated as a French cafe in the countryside and the patriarchal owner of this chain really does hail from France. Many of the recipes come from owner Patrick Esquerre's mother's recipe box. The Tomato Basil Soup is a big favorite during fall and winter; use it to start a meal of quiche, Roasted Chicken, wood-fired pizzas or simply a Caesar Salad. Breakfast is also served daily, and includes both hot items and pastries, along with the restaurant's signature French Roast coffee. In desserts, try Ann's Cake, an Almond Croissant or a Pecan Tart.
Wild West is one of the most popular nightspots in Cedar Parks with an ambience that will surely remind you of cowboys and the West. Sporting foot-tapping country music, the much-awarded nightclub and bar hosts live shows and DJ nights where patrons get to dance and unwind. It operates from Wednesdays to Friday each week and provides a gala time with Ladies Nights, non-smoking bars and plenty of revelry.
Cross off your Texas steak-eating ritual at Fleming's. With its nationwide presence, it is one of the best steakhouses in America. Located at Austin's commercial capital, The Domain, the restaurant shares neighborhood's with high-end boutiques and renowned dining alternatives. Executive Chef Russell Skall designs the unrivaled menu of prime steaks and seafood made from ethically-raised meat and fresh ingredients. Tuck into small plates of Lamb Chops and Filet Mignon Skewers, and indulge in their weekly Prime Rib Dinner with three sauces and your choice of sides. Pair one of over 100 varieties of wine from the impressive cellar. It's popularity can be credited to its charming ambiance and unparalleled service.
The Steeping Room offers a wide variety of loose-leaf teas from around the world. Food is also served here, such as cheese plates and sandwiches. The Steeping Room also sells a variety of tea-making products. Visit their website for a complete menu.
One of the elite haute-cuisine restaurants in Austin, Iron Cactus opens up a world of luxurious dining for its patrons. The place is known equally for its impeccable tasting Mexican fare as well as for its spectacular settings complete with a breathtaking patio decorated with a fountain and many shady trees. Classic specialties like the Acapulco Platter and the Carne Guisada (beef chunks cooked in a Mexican gravy and served with tortillas) are among the oft-ordered dishes here. Kids have a special menu for themselves, served with a dollop of ice-cream. While here, do not miss out on the Agave, a full bar with an extensive variety of tequila to add to any occasion. If you are looking for a dressy meal or are looking to impress someone, then bring them along and watch them being wooed by Iron Cactus.
The one problem in Austin is the lack of immigrant Italians and fine authentic Italian cuisine. The Bellagio has taken care of both. It may be in a strip mall of sorts, but don't be fooled. Step into the spacious restaurant, a look at the elegant art and sculpture that fill the interior would tell you that Bellagio is definitely upscale. Try the risotto or the calamari Bellagio, accompanied by a host of wines and you'll know you're in Little Italy. The Happy Hour at Bellagio has appetizers at half the normal price, but why taste just the icing when you can have the whole cake?
Parmer Lane Tavern is one awesome sports bar. The drinks are inexpensive, while the bartenders are good at their jobs. Apart from the usual features, this bar also has pool tables and shuffle-boards, not to mention the jukebox, which keeps the bar lively. The crowd is regular and friendly too. It's a great place to drop by after work or even if it's just to grab a couple of drinks.
The restaurant, nestled in a valley, is housed within an exquisite stone building fashioned after the farmhouses of the Italian countryside. Once inside, the menu is equally inviting, consisting of traditional yet creative Tuscan dishes with a special focus on roasted game. One signature dish is Pappardelle Pasta with wild boar sauce. Provincial soups, breads, and desserts are abundant. The selection of Italian wines is especially extensive. Siena Ristorante Toscana is quite a popular destination, and the clientèle generally arrives in business or evening attire appropriate for fine dining.