Austin is known for it's food scene. From breakfast tacos to late-night cocktails, Austin's eating (and drinking) has something for everyone. But with only a few days in town and so many places to try, how many eats can you pack in? Passported's Nicole shows us what twenty-four hours of dining can accomplish.
This restaurant is as gorgeous as the crowd hanging out here. Bright tropical colors and cool modern furniture ooze cool, and I may have tried to steal one of the Heath Ceramics vases. This is a wonderful place for brunch with a Texas twist. The guacamole tasting is a must.
2 PM: Elizabeth Street Cafe
Be prepared to wait at this busting Vietnamese restaurant located in South Congress. Luckily, they've got a great front porch where you can kill time with a cocktail. Order the pho, steaming and delicious and a perfect pair with one of the specialty spring rolls.
5 PM: Geraldine's
Head to the new Van Zandt hotel and grab a drink at the poolside restaurant. They have great music, good people and snacks, if you have room.
8 PM: Arro
This place is special. It's an intimate bistro that brings a little bit of France to the Lone Star state. The menu includes decadent classics like croque monsieur and hometown favorites like the Arro burger. The extensive wine list and cocktails make it perfect for a date night out.
10 PM: Midnight Cowboy
If you haven't entered a food coma, make a res (required) at this speakeasy style lounge on 6th Street for a nightcap or two.