23 "Rainey Street" Restaurants in Austin.
Emmer & Rye’s seasonal small plates and beautiful space make it one of the better places for a special occasion dinner.
G’Raj Mahal is easily some of Austin’s best Indian food, and our favorite place to eat on Rainey Street.
Tommy Want Wingy is both a Tommy Boy reference and a food truck at Lustre Pearl on Rainey Street serving lollipop wings with nine different sauces.
You'll find one of Rainey's best courtyards at the Container Bar, where you'll be surrounded by shipping containers and lots of people day drinking.
Little Brother is a tiny spot on Rainey with just a few bar stools - head here for a cocktail or a coffee depending on the time of day.
The Alibi is the first bar on Rainey, and it's worth hanging around on their patio before making your way down the rest of the street.
Happy Lobster is a food truck on Rainey Street that serves a variety of lobster rolls and fish tacos, all of which are best enjoyed post-bar hopping.
Salvation Pizza on Rainey Street is your best bet for a place to sit down with a big group and watch whatever big game is on, all while eating pizza.
When you need to escape the craziness of Rainey Street, head to Geraldine’s inside Hotel Van Zandt for upscale Southern food and nightly live music.
Bungalow has a big backyard with a taco truck and a bar with huge windows, which are great for people watching and checking people out mid-taco.
Icenhauer's is where to go on Rainey Street for strong drinks, multiple options for outdoor seating, and their Super Soul Sunday dance parties.
Lucille has one of the largest backyards on Rainey Street and two separate bars, all of which make it a good spot for big groups and impatient people.
Clive Bar was the first Rainey Street bar and has a great mezcal bar located in a shack out back for when you want to escape the crowd inside.
Parlor Room is a fun, spacious bar on Rainey Street that’s good for big groups, like when it’s your birthday or you join a stranger’s bachelor party.