34 "Day Drinking" restaurants in Austin.
Just because it’s not Franklin’s BBQ doesn’t mean it’s not worth your time. This is some of the best BBQ in Austin.
One of our favorite places to spend an afternoon eating in the sun is Lucy’s Fried Chicken, with a bucket of bird, grilled oysters, and beers.
Perla’s is the best upscale seafood experience you can have in Austin.
Towers of beer, sweet and savory funnel cakes, and a big bar. What more do you want?
Excellent seafood in an Instagram-ready environment. The only catch is you'll have to pay mightily for it.
G'Raj Mahal is easily some of Austin's best Indian food, and our favorite place to eat on Rainey Street.
The rare tourist destination that locals love too. This is one of the more fun Tex-Mex hangs in town.
A classic Austin Tex-Mex establishment that's one of our favorite places for queso and margs.
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.
Parlor and Yard Downtown is a great game-day or day drinking options, with tons of seating, corn hole, bar snacks, and plenty of TVs.
La Holly is a low-key mezcal and tequila bar further down East 6th with a big backyard and food trucks.