47 "Date Night" restaurants in Austin.
Much like the original location, Bufalina Due makes the best Neopolitan pizza in town.
Hestia is the new restaurant downtown with a wood-fired grill from the Emmer & Rye people.
Carpenters Hall is the restaurant in the new Carpenter Hotel near Zilker Park, and it's open all day with a patio and small plates.
The newest Ramen Tatsu-ya location is on the East Side on a street with a bunch of bars, so it’s good that they’re open late.
Aussie’s off Barton Springs is one of the best places to hang out in the sun, there are people playing volleyball, drinks, and food.
Asti is a casual Italian restaurant in Hyde Park with a long wine list and a great patio.
Vino Vino is, unsurprisingly, great for a glass of wine, especially since the Hyde Park spot is never too crowded and has a casual, comfortable feel.
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.
Lin Asian Bar is a new spot from a Wu Chow chef in Clarksville - head here for the soup dumplings and other dim sum dishes in a bright space.
Loro is an Asian smokehouse from the teams behind Franklin Barbecue and Uchi. And yes, it’s exactly as great as you’d expect.
Le Politique in Downtown Austin is a place to see, be seen, and eat some great French food.
Kemuri Tatsu-ya is serving Japanese/barbecue/Tex-Mex fusion in East Austin, and it’s one of the greatest meals you can have in the city right now.
Emmer & Rye’s seasonal small plates and beautiful space make it one of the better places for a special occasion dinner.
Head to Vespaio on South Congress to celebrate with great - but expensive - Italian food, or head to Enoteca Vespaio next door for a more casual night
Hank’s in Mueller is a spot that can work for anyone, with healthy options alongside burgers on their menu, and large indoor and outdoor spaces.