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Halcyon is an all-day cafe downtown that opened in 2002 before the term “all-day cafe” even existed.
June's All Day
June’s is an effortlessly cool all-day bistro and wine bar near the end of a busy stretch of South Congress.
Lucky Robot Japanese Kitchen
Lucky Robot serves sushi, ramen, and Nikkei-style plates out of a restaurant on South Congress.
Uchi on South Lamar is an adventurous sushi and Japanese fusion restaurant.
Grab some excellent sushi at Soto, then catch a movie at Alamo Drafthouse next door for a perfect date night combo.
With a sleek design, small plates menu, and great patio, Launderette in East Austin is a great place for brunch or a low-key date night.
Bufalina on Cesar Chavez serves some of Austin’s best Neapolitan pizza alongside a great wine list.
The Roosevelt Room
Roosevelt Room is where you go for excellent, low-key cocktails downtown.
Lala's Little Nugget
The dive bar Lala's Little Nugget in Brentwood has been continually and epically decorated for Christmas since the 1970s.
Swedish Hill Bakery & Cafe
Swedish Hill is an all-day spot in Clarksville that's best for breakfast or during Happy Hour.
El Chile Café Y Cantina
El Chile has three things that no other spot on Manor has: strong margaritas, puffy tacos, and a big patio.
Take a big group to La Condesa for a colorful space, modern Mexican food, and great margaritas.
El Mercado on Burnet Road serves textbook renditions of classics like queso, crispy tacos, enchiladas, and fajitas that come out blazing hot.
Enchiladas Y Mas
Enchiladas Y Mas is a lively, always-bustling restaurant with enchiladas, fajitas, and potent margaritas on Anderson Lane in Crestview.
Hornitos is a solid Tex-Mex restaurant next to I-35 in Central Austin.
Vivo is a cozy Tex-Mex restaurant in a strip mall at The Linc in Highland.
Whisler’s is a solid East Side bar. You’ll never be mad about spending a night here.
Anthem is a great place to start your night out on Rainey Street.