36 "Birthdays" restaurants in Austin.
The Korean restaurant Charm BBQ Chicken in Anderson Mill in North Austin serves barbecue, fried chicken, and classic dishes like bibimbap.
New Fortune is a popular banquet-sized Chinese restaurant in Austin’s Chinatown Center.
Seoulju on North Lamar specializes in soju, classic and large-format Korean dishes, and KFC (Korean fried chicken).
The Little Darlin’ in South Austin is a great place to unwind or spend a chill Sunday afternoon on the picnic tables.
A Japanese shabu shabu restaurant on Burnet from the Ramen Tatsu-ya team.
Carpenters Hall is the restaurant in the new Carpenter Hotel near Zilker Park, and it’s open all day with a patio and small plates.
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.
ATX Cocina downtown has one of the longest tequila and mezcal lists in the city and serves some great Mexican food.
Punch Bowl Social in The Domain is everything you dreamed about as a kid - there’s bowling, skeeball, pinball - along with a bar for the adults.
Spin Downtown has more ping pong tables than any other place in town so come here with friends, grab a few drinks, and get awkwardly competitive.
Le Politique in Downtown Austin is a place to see, be seen, and eat some great French food.
Emmer & Rye’s seasonal small plates and beautiful space make it one of the better places for a special occasion dinner.
Head to Vespaio on South Congress to celebrate with great - but expensive - Italian food, or head to Enoteca Vespaio next door for a more casual night
Lustre Pearl East is just like the original Lustre Pearl on Rainey, but with more outdoor space and way fewer UT students.