Posts Tagged ‘Steiner Ranch

512 Market Kitchen

In: Eating

21 Jul 2014

(map) Looking for fresh, locally sourced meals for your family? 512 Market Kitchen has you covered. Check out their menu online, place your order by Friday, then pick it up on Sunday at the Lone Star Farmers Market in Bee Cave (they also deliver to Steiner). Lasagna made with from-scratch marinara sauce and local basil. Chicken […]

(map) With the fabulous fall weather we’ve been enjoying lately, it’s the perfect time of year to take in the amazing view from the Steiner Ranch Steakhouse. We’ve posted previously about their excellent happy hour deals here, but brunch is always a

Hecho en Mexico

In: Drinking|Eating

23 Aug 2013

(map) One glance at the dish above should tell you that this is no ordinary Tex-Mex restaurant. In fact, it’s not Tex-Mex at all, but cuisine originating in San Miguel de Allende and incorporating flavors from Mexico’s diverse culinary regions. That said, the menu does offer enchiladas, fajitas and quesadillas, but also the chance to take […]

La Fuente’s

In: Drinking|Eating

18 Sep 2012

UPDATE: closed (map) Here’s a new angle on margaritas: Square, so you get more (do the math). La Fuente’s just bravely opened in a location which has seen the demise of at least three previous restaurants, so let’s toast to their future success. So far, so good, with an excellent house rita,

David Cho’s sushi is impressive, so it figures that his happy hour would be, too. It’s from 3 to 7 and offers you lots of choices. Not just great deals on sushi and sushi rolls, but nine different appetizers. There are drink specials, too – like this sake sangria, a cool, delicious blend of

Lakeside Pizza & Grill

In: Eating

23 Jun 2010

The Grill is kind of like “Cheers” with food. It’s busy and bustling with regulars and families greeting each other after ball games. It’s a cheerful, friendly place that actually serves some really good food. Pizzas are available in Medium, Large and the why-don’t-they-serve-

Cho Sushi

In: Eating

23 Apr 2010

The friendly sushi chefs at Cho celebrate their grand opening. It’s exciting to have a new sushi place nearby, especially one with such an excellent pedigree. David Cho, the owner, was Executive Chef at Kenichi downtown for five years, and you can tell he really knows his stuff. His menu combines traditional and “new age” […]

Economists love to say there is no free lunch. Well, during the last week of Austin Restaurant Week, you can get lunch almost free here — three courses for just ten bucks. Lakeside’s interior feels like a casual, family-oriented, sports bar/pizza joint. But their menu has higher aspirations,


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