7501 E. Ben White Blvd., Austin, TX, US, 78741

  • Phone: (512) 386-6000
  • Fax: (512) 386-6001
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4.2 out of 5 (102 reviews)
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  • Restaurants

    »Highland Lakes Bar

    Highland Lake Bar, part of ABIA, a bar close to the airport is a good place to drop by especially to kill time in case of flight is delayed or so. A little trendy looking bar where you'll see a lot of tourists talking different languages yet it's unity in diversity out here. The drinks are served at fairly reasonable prices while the music mainly played throughout the year here is live. Comfortable seatings, good enough to enjoy a drink or two.

    3600 Presidential Boulevard
    Austin, TX 78719

    »Lefty's Bar & Grille

    Lefty's Bar & Grille may sound like a regular bar but it's not mainly because it's located at the airport. Secondly, the ambiance here is quite trendy while the staff is professional to the core. The drinks and the bar food are equally good, which are priced very reasonably. This is one of those bars where, one would find many tourists, many of 'em not speaking your language, which makes this bar all the more interesting. Not to mention the live music played here by talented local artists, almost throughout the year.

    3600 Presidential Boulevard
    Austin, TX 78719

    »El Meson Taqueria

    Think Mexico when you go to El Meso because the friendly, warm ambiance, the hot-spicy food and the folk will surely make you feel you've arrived there. The Husband-wife team cook up delicious, authentic Mexican dishes like cochinita pibil, yucatan and pipian. There is self service and this place is open only for breakfast and lunch.

    5808 Burleson Road
    Austin, TX 78744

    »Patsy's Cowgirl Cafe

    Patsy's Cowgirl Cafe, a cafe that opens up late in the morning, is quite pleased to serve its customers an early brunch or breakfast for that matter. It's a decent place to enjoy some good American cuisine. Live music to set the mood in the evening. The menu is quite diverse which will take you by surprise. Besides that, the service is good enough to leave you satisfied till you leave the cafe.

    5001 East Ben White Boulevard
    Austin, TX 78741

    »Justine's Brasserie

    Justine's Brasserie serves up some of the best food in Austin. Specializing the French cuisine, Justine's is located in a very stylish small house in East Austin. No reservations are accepted, so be prepared to wait for a table at this popular spot. When you get a seat, make sure to start your meal with the escargot, one of the most popular dishes here.

    4710 East 5th Street
    Austin, TX 78702

    »Hai Ky

    Hai Ky's East Side strip mall location may deceive you. Not your typical strip mall fare, the Vietnamese restaurant offers a wide selection of noodle bowls, pho, a Vietnamese beef broth-based soup, and stir fries served in gigantic portions. The ingredients are always very fresh, obvious from the crunch of the broccoli and the crispness of the bean sprouts. Vegetarians have many choices at Hai Ky as well, as an entire page of the menu is dedicated to meatless meals. Dishes are delivered piping hot and with surprising speed, and diners can enjoy art by local artists on the walls. - Christine Whalen

    1931 East Oltorf, Suite B
    Austin, TX 78741

    »El Regio

    El Regio is a term for the area around Monterrey, which is where the owner's from. El Regio means 'the regal one' in Spanish. El Regio is also a term synonymous with the pollo asado. Grilled marinated chicken is all this little drive through shack specializes in and people would drive across town for it, were they not to have multiple outlets. The pollo asado is served with beans, tortillas, onions(sweet and grilled) and a tomato/green avocado salsa(may cause problems if consumed in excess). This is largely a drive-through, but they do have picnic tables around. El Regio is one place where being given 'the bird' is not a problem.

    730 West Stassney Lane
    Austin, TX 78745

    »El Taquito

    Looking for some good tacos on a weekend night? If you're into good Mexican food, you can't go wrong by going to El Taquito. Not only will you find that the prices are very reasonable and affordable, but you will also love the fact that this place is open into the early hours of the morning, at times until 4a! Its popularity means it might take a while to get seated, but that all depends on the day and time you happen to show up. With a very friendly and funny staff and great service even during rush hour, you'll most definitely fall in love with El Taquito! -Ana Victoria Perez

    1713 East Riverside Drive
    Austin, TX 78741

    »Baby Acapulco

    This restaurant is famous for its variety of frozen margaritas, especially the purple margarita! The most telling fact about the purple margarita is that they can only serve a maximum of two per customer. They're known for containing a bit too much liquor, which is the reason for the rule. Baby A's is a Tex-Mex restaurant, with happy hour specials every day and the occasional live music set on the weekends. The prices are reasonable, as most plates are under USD10 or even less if you show up for the happy hour deals. So if you're looking for a place to hang out with friends and get some food in your tummy, you can't go wrong by coming to Baby A's. -Ana Victoria Perez

    1705 South Lakeshore Boulevard Suite A
    Austin, TX 78741

    »Cow Bells

    The bright yellow food stand located at South Shore Eatery has been wowing locals with its heavenly burgers. Gorge on such delightful creations as Blue Flame, Spare Tire, Pilgrim and Woody Harrelson. There's a veggie option as well. Sides include classics like sweet potato fries, tater tots and fried pickles. Pair it up with a refreshing drink from their selection that includes the very popular homemade cherry lemonade, Mexican Coke and root beer float. For something with more kick, Cow Bells offers BYOB, so you can also bring in your own favorite drink to pair up with the burgers. Check website for more.

    1620 East Riverside Drive
    Austin, TX 78741

    »Juan in a Million

    Free chips and salsa are always served during happy hour at Juan in a Million, and you can get happy hour specials on game days as well. Though this place is only open for half the day, it's a great place to go have breakfast with friends. Very popular with the young crowd, you might have to wait a little before being seated. The restaurant serves great Tex-Mex food, and is famous for its huge and cheap burritos. They even have a contest, which was featured on the Travel Channel's Man vs. Food, that challenges you to eat as many of their famous huge burritos as you can. -Ana Victoria Perez

    2300 East Cesar Chavez
    Austin, TX 78702

    »Whip In

    Whip In has Indian-infused breakfast items available until 2 p.m., perfect for late risers.  Naan (Indian flatbread), scrambled eggs, cheese and your choice of chutney (a spiced, Indian condiment) makes up the breakfast naan (cilantro chutney is rather appetizing).  As if that wasn't enough, they also have an impressive beer selection on tap, a vegan/vegetarian grocery aisle, a wine and beer area, and a tobacconist with Indian candles & incense.

    1950 IH35 South
    Austin, TX 78704
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