Posts Tagged ‘oasis

(map) Starting next week, Oasis, Texas launches its First Saturday Market & Music Festival. Every first Saturday of the month, they will showcase live music, along with local arts and crafts vendors offering kids’ stuff, jewelry, gifts, clothing and collectibles. August’s family-friendly event features music by Clifford Kay, Ed Kliman, The Pod, and Two Hoots […]

Brunch at Soleil

In: Drinking|Eating

30 Nov 2012

(map) Mouthwatering food served up with a view equally tasty: that’s the appeal of Soleil. The New American cousin at The Oasis, Soleil delivers a solid brunch both Saturday and Sunday with faves like the French toast, above. Fresh strawberries, candied walnuts and Vermont maple syrup top

(map) Recently, Chef David Sanchez, formerly with Apatite Cafe (read about Apatite here) was lured to Soleil on Lake Travis to transform the menu. He’s proceeding to do just that, serving up big dishes like short ribs, duck breast, and lamb shanks. It’s fun to watch and

UPDATE: closed (map) Sometimes you just really want a raspberry-mocha frappe. Now you don’t need to drive into town to get it. Austin Java opened this week at the new Oasis, TX complex, with all the organically roasted coffees, coffee drinks, frappes, and smoothies you’ve been craving.

Oasis Cam

In: Daily Sunset|Outdoors

23 Jul 2011

Everyone knows how awesome the view is from The Oasis, but did you know you don’t actually have to go there to see it? You can go here and see a real-time view of Lake Travis. Of course, you’ll have to provide your own margarita.  

Oyster BLT at Soleil

In: Drinking

11 Jul 2011

(map) Genius. Sheer genius. What else to call this mouthwatering combination of fried oysters, smoky bacon, creamy avocado and tomato? Since Soleil opened next to The Oasis on Lake Travis, the menu has been consistently creative with seafood. This is a special, so it may not be available. But if it is, try it! Soleil […]

UPDATE: closed (map) Ever imagine you’d be looking down on The Oasis? Well, with the third floor now open at this Lake Travis brewpub, you can do just that. The final part of the panoramic restaurant expansion out here, Uncle Billy’s third floor is for


In: Daily Sunset|Eating

20 Dec 2010

(map) It may be brand-new, but Lake Travis hot-spot Soleil just grabbed Texas Monthly’s pick for fave of the month. The Mediterranean-and-seafood-oriented menu was created by Robert del Grande, one of the most noted chefs in Houston (he’s kind of a


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