A new website, Foodie, lets you create “collections” of restaurants based on cuisine, dishes, specialty, location – the sky’s the limit! We just created a collection of the best breakfasts out West. Check it out here, and if you have suggestions, send ‘em!
Looking for some new dining ideas out West? Or maybe you have out-of-town visitors you’re looking to entertain. Below, a guide to 60+ hotspots west of town, with links to pictures, reviews and maps. If we missed a place you love, let us know!
(map) You may already know that these guys can rock a duck pastrami. But did you also know they’re geniuses at breakfast? Every day till noon, you can wake up with eye-opening fare like the spicy
(map) Rosie’s has been around since dinosaurs roamed the earth, but there are still a few surprises here. For instance, they serve breakfast eight hours a day, starting at 6 am and going till 2. That’s perfect for us slackers sleepyheads who
(map) Yes, we know it’s a chain, but it’s a kolache chain. This actually got started in Houston in the ’80s, and now a franchisee has just opened his third location in Austin at the Four Points. They make their own dough from scratch fresh daily, and
(map) At first glance, this seems like just another smoothie place. But it’s much, much more. Sure, they have delicious shakes with awesome names like Banana Creme Pie, Chocolate Turtle Cheesecake, Dreamsicle, Cinnabun, Raspberry Lemonade and
(map) This cheerful place is actually two restaurants, with two different owners: by day, the Sunrise Cafe, by night, the Goodnight Diner (see review here). It’s an unusual arrangement, but diners in Drippin’ benefit from the creativity of
(map) What a way to start your Sunday! We’ve posted before about the breakfast here, with more unusual dishes like quiche and basil-poached eggs. Now they’re flipping pancakes – but only on Sundays. Big and surprisingly
(map) Now that we’ve all broken our New Year’s resolutions, we can start enjoying food like this again. Sandy’s is known for burgers, but dishes up some good breakfasts, too. Old-school diner faves like eggs over easy, sausage, biscuits and a hot mess of
Gourmet sandwiches on grilled, fresh-baked bread? Unique flavor combinations like smoked-duck pastrami and crisp rye pickles, both made in-house? Are we in downtown Austin? Far from it: North 620 is the spot two young chefs have chosen to bring their fine-dining