27 "Dining Solo" restaurants in Austin.
La Fruta Feliz is a Mexican restaurant on the East Side, near Airport and Manor, with great tacos, tortas, and juices.
Huckleberry is a trailer parked outside of Circle Brewing Company. Their menu highlights ingredients from local farms and the Gulf Coast.
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.
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.
A casual, quick sushi spot on the East Side with great handrolls and a 45-minute omakase Friday and Saturday nights.
The newest Ramen Tatsu-ya location is on the East Side on a street with a bunch of bars, so it’s good that they’re open late.
Located in the backyard of one of our favorite bars, The Liberty, is East Side Kings, an Asian fusion food truck open late.
Aviary Wine and Kitchen on South Lamar is the perfect spot to bring a first date, or catch up with a friend over a glass of wine and small plates.
Top Notch is an old-school place in Crestview where you’ll head for burgers and a large serving of both tater tots and nostalgia.
Hopdoddy has a long menu of burgers and fries and has locations all over Austin, but their Triangle location is a little quieter.
Home Slice on South Congress is bringing New York-style thin crust pizza to Austin, and is definitely worth a visit.
Julio’s is a low-key Mexican spot in Hyde Park that serves great roast chicken and margaritas.