87 "Big Groups" restaurants in Austin.
Kemuri Tatsu-ya is serving Japanese/barbecue/Tex-Mex fusion in East Austin, and it’s one of the greatest meals you can have in the city right now.
Sway is a very fun and excellent spot for Thai food, best enjoyed with a big group.
Just because it’s not Franklin’s BBQ doesn’t mean it’s not worth your time. This is some of the best BBQ in Austin.
Loro is an Asian smokehouse from the teams behind Franklin Barbecue and Uchi. And yes, it’s exactly as great as you’d expect.
A super creative menu and adventurous food make this one of our favorite spots in town.
If you’re looking for an awesome dining experience that’s not outwardly trendy, and you don’t mind dropping money for it, Fonda San Miguel is the place.
One of our favorite places to spend an afternoon eating in the sun is Lucy’s Fried Chicken, with a bucket of bird, grilled oysters, and beers.
Perla’s is the best upscale seafood experience you can have in Austin.
Jacoby’s is the kind of place people outside of Texas dream about. The food isn’t life-changing, but the huge backyard and charm make up for it.
There isn’t a lot of quality Italian food in Austin, and Italic is some of the best.
A traditional spot serving some of the best steaks in Austin.