At True Food, you can be as healthy as you want. That means you can get a gluten-free quinoa burger, or you can get a margherita pizza. The place is bright and modern, and good for a casual group meal or a post-workout brunch when you’re not quite ready to put a torch to those fitness points you just earned.
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Parlor and Yard
Parlor and Yard Downtown is a great game-day or day drinking options, with tons of seating, corn hole, bar snacks, and plenty of TVs.
The downtown location of Caffe Medici in the Austonian is very modern-looking, and the coffee is excellent.
Kalimotxo is the downtown Spanish-inspired bar serving pintxos from the people behind Emmer & Rye.
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Jack Allen’s Kitchen
Head to Jack Allen’s in Oak Hill with a group when you want to feel comfortable and taken care of but don’t want to bring people to your home.
The food at Eberly isn't yet destination-worthy, but the place is worth stopping by for the people watching alone.
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Elizabeth St. Café
Elizabeth St. Cafe isn’t just one of the cutest spots in Austin - it’s also one of the best places for a healthy-ish (or not) meal.
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