Fly-In Program: Restaurants
500 W. Sixth Street,
Austin TX 78701
Details: Sandra Bullock’s casual bistro offers a comfortable environment to enjoy an upscale and modernized take on French cuisine.
Details: Great on-the-go tacos that elevate the experience with a unique menu, great toppings, and flavorful salsas. Several Austin-area locations.
Abels on the Lake
Details: Abel’s on the Lake is the prime spot to enjoy a drink with your friends. They have over sixty beers on tap including seventeen local brews. Make Abel’s on the Lake your destination for special events. Whether it’s a birthday or a business event, Abel’s has the food, fun, and sun.
Country Line on the Hill
Details: With a spectacular view of the Hill Country and succulent menu options, this spot is a barbecue lover’s perfect getaway.
Details: This upscale café offers a variety of flavorful and health conscious options to tempt meat lovers and vegetarians alike.
Eddie V’s – Downtown
Details: A popular spot for visitors, legislators and power players, Eddie V’s has a classic steak/seafood menu and a nice jazz bar.
Details: An Austin institution (and a chain with three other locations), El Arroyo features good Tex-Mex food in a laid-back setting.
Details: Get to know the burgers at SoCo’s newest old hangout.
3825 Lake Austin Blvd.,
Austin TX 78703
Details: Tex-Mex meets Caribbean at this local favorite overlooking Lake Austin
Polvo’s Mexican Restaurant
Details: Polvo’s serves great interior Mexican food and drinks to the heart of Austin’s own 78704. Famous for their salsa bar, great authentic Mexican food, and tasty drinks.
Matt’s El Rancho
Details: Since 1952, Matt’s El Rancho has been an Austin favorite. We make everything fresh daily…we even grind our own corn for our tortillas. Try our fresh lime margaritas, steaks, seafood, and our wide variety of the best Tex Mex in Austin. Matt’s El Rancho is Always Good.
Moonshine Patio Bar & Grill
Details: Moonshine Patio Bar & Grill, offers playful takes on classic American home cooking in a friendly and relaxing setting.
The Oasis Restaurant
Details: The sunset views set the mood and adds to the ambiance of this Austin-favorite.
Details: Home to a chef recently nominated as a Food + Wine Best New Chef, Olivia puts a high-end spin on southern cuisine. Brunch is great, too.
Details: A trendy, beachy ambiance plays host to a great seafood menu of oysters, fresh fish and shellfish. This is a favorite among visitors.
Details: III Forks steakhouse offers a sophisticated club-like ambiance with an elegant bar and lounge. The inviting foyer greets you with an array of fine wines – 300 selections in the walk-in wine room.
The Salt Lick
Details: The extensive barbecue menu and family style setting make this spot a local favorite.
Details: This well-rounded local spot offers diners a memorable Austin experience with great food, service, and atmosphere.
Details: The cuisine, influenced by farm to table offerings, is billed as “modern American small plates.” Not holding to any particular cooking genre or style, but rather focused on the creative, whimsical, and delicious.
Details: Highly respected contemporary Japanese dining & sushi restaurant. Make the trek to South Lamar to sample the infamous Shag Roll.
Details: Smokey barbecue and home-brewed beer make this a Barton Springs favorite.
Details: Nestled below the Northwest Hills neighborhood, this American restaurant and dessert bakery has been a mainstay of the restaurant community for over 15 years. Eclectic in decor, filled with folk art, a baby grand piano, patio dining, outdoor courtyard, and an art gallery that doubles as a banquet room for up to 100. The jigsaw puzzle on the piano awaits you. Lunch, dinner til midnight on Fri. & Sat. Brunch Sat. & Sun. 9-3.
Hudson on the Bend
Details: It’s worth the drive out to Hudson’s to sample their signature rattlesnake cakes and Texas game dishes.
Details: Italian classics redone, extensive wine selection, and relaxing ambiance make this the perfect spot for a romantic evening.