88 "American" Restaurants in Austin.
Delray Cafe is a food truck outside of Nickel City with a focused and straightforward menu of burgers, wings, tater tots, and other bars foods.
Salt & Time Cafe is an all-day cafe in downtown Austin from the people behind the popular East Side butcher shop and restaurant Salt & Time.
Otherside Deli makes some of our favorite sandwiches in Austin, including reubens with their housemade pastrami.
Hold Out is a brewery/restaurant from the folks that brought you Little Brother, Brew & Brew, and Better Half.
Lou’s Austin is an East Austin restaurant serving burgers, rotisserie chicken, and coffee.
The all-day spot Kinda Tropical is part cafe and part bar, with good coffee, cocktails, and a menu that’s well, kind-of-tropical.
Hestia is the new restaurant downtown with a wood-fired grill from the Emmer & Rye people.
Rosedale Kitchen and Bar in Hyde Park is pleasant spot to bring parents or clients for a healthy-ish meal in a beautiful space.
This renamed and reopened all-day spot in Clarksville is best for breakfast or during Happy Hour.
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.
Dirty Martin’s on campus has been open for over 90 years, and serves incredible burgers with thin patties (get the double) in an old-school space.
One of the oldest burger spots in Austin, Sandy’s Barton Springs location has a drive-thru, a walk-up window, and some really solid, cheap burgers.
Head to this quiet house-turned-restaurant on the east side with a date to share small, vegetable-focused plates.