30 "Eating At The Bar" restaurants in Austin.
Maybe you forgot to make a reservation for your date, or maybe you just want to dine solo without being surrounded by two-tops filled with other people on dates. Whatever the reason, you probably occasionally find yourself with the need to eat the bar. Here are the restaurants perfect for doing so.
The North Austin restaurant Tomodachi on Parmer Lane has a small dining room and sushi bar, and they also run a very robust takeout operation.
Much like the original location, Bufalina Due makes the best Neopolitan pizza in town.
The Little Darlin’ in South Austin is a great place to unwind or spend a chill Sunday afternoon on the picnic tables.
The Peacock Mediterranean Grill is an all-day restaurant in the Austin Proper Hotel downtown.
Kalimotxo is the downtown Spanish-inspired bar serving pintxos from the people behind Emmer & Rye.
Oseyo on the East Side is a great spot for a date or dinner with a friend when you’re looking for solid Korean food.
The Tavern downtown is one of the best places to post up at the bar - order a drink and the messy but fantastic burger, and watch whatever’s on TV.
Billy’s On Burnet has lots of beer, plenty of TVs constantly playing sports, and a great burger. It’s a Packers bar.
This dive bar on Dirty 6th has one of our favorite burgers in the city.
Eddie V's is a large steakhouse on 5th near the convention center that's great for big groups that don't want to have to yell.
When you haven't seen an ocean in a while but can't quite afford a vacation, Last Straw has you covered with beach vibes and tiki drinks.
TopGolf in North Austin is a 3-story driving range where you could work on your short game just long enough to justify a drink at their bar.
Bring a friend or a date to Bar Peached in Clarksville and they’ll be impressed by the food, bright interior, and affordable prices.
Le Politique in Downtown Austin is a place to see, be seen, and eat some great French food.