The Peached Tortilla
5520 Burnet Rd
If you’re looking for Asian accents to delicious food that you can get quickly, The peached Tortilla is your place. A true Austin story, the Southern-Asian food truck became so popular, owner Eric Silverstein was able to open a slightly more upscale full restaurant in Allandale, dishing out an expanded menu full of comfort food items pulling from his background.
1624 Barton Springs Rd
Located right next to Barton Springs, this Austin classic can feed a large group with their Texas sized dinner plates. Food consist of casual comfort such as chicken fried steak or green chile cheese fries. Shady Grove has a wonderful outside patio and occasionally live music for you to enjoy.
600 N Lamar Blvd
This cute cafe offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner – plus milkshakes that are never a bad idea. Open 24 hours a day, this is a hotspot for breakfast or late night studying for those on the UT campus. The menu offers a popular wide selection, and this is a great place to grab a bite at anytime of the day. Be sure to try the chicken and waffles!
Home Slice Pizza
501 E 53rd Street
1415 South Congress Ave
Home Slice Pizza is an independent neighborhood pizza joint serving authentic NY-style pizza by the pie or by the slice. They offer homemade, hand tossed, bona fide pies for either dine in or carry out. Every Austinite knows this pizza joint as one for the books, a good slice of this pie never gets old, definitely a must try.
1728 Barton Springs Rd
In Texas, Tex-Mex is a staple. Chuy’s offers 6 separate locations around the Austin area. It’s popularity allows for the restaurant to be packed on the weekends but not too worry there bar with a chips salsa, and the famous Creamy Jalapeno is there while you wait. This authentic Tex-mex is truly an Austin favorite and I definitely recommend it if your looking to have a full stomach tonight.