13 "South Austin" Restaurants in Austin.
The new trailer La Tunita 512 in South Austin is one of the only places serving bright-red beef birria, a style of taco originally from Tijuana.
Head to Jack Allen’s in Oak Hill with a group when you want to feel comfortable and taken care of but don’t want to bring people to your home.
House Wine in South Austin is one of our favorite spots to drink wine and since it’s really an old house, it’s a comfortable and casual space.
LeRoy & Lewis is a barbecue truck located at Cosmic Coffee that serves all the classics, along with things like al pastor and brisket cookies.
St. Elmo Brewing Company is where to go in South Austin for great beers, a huge patio, and Thai/Vietnamese food from the Soursop food truck.
Radio is a hybrid coffee shop and beer garden in South Austin, with a Veracruz All Natural truck conveniently parked out back.
When you want to switch up your going-out routine, head to Whip In. The Indian restaurant/music venue/brew pub is always a good time.
Maria's in South Lamar embodies "Keep Austin Weird," and serves excellent chorizo, egg, cheese and cactus tacos.
Elizabeth St. Cafe isn’t just one of the cutest spots in Austin - it’s also one of the best places for a healthy-ish (or not) meal.
With great food and an even better environment, Lenoir is the perfect spot for a special night out.
Curra’s exists in a class with other local mainstays Maudie's and Gueros, operating on a platform of old Austin nostalgia, margaritas, and queso.