Adams House Bed & Breakfast

4300 Avenue G, Austin, Texas 78751
Innkeeper(s): Liz Lock and Eric C. Hughes; Proprietor: Sidney Lock
  • The John R. Lock Bungalow

    The John R. Lock Bungalow

  • The Monroe Shipe Room

    The Monroe Shipe Room

  • Enjoy breakfast in the dining room.

    Enjoy breakfast in the dining room.

  • Downstairs

    Downstairs

  • Relax on the patio.

    Relax on the patio.

  • The Hyde Park Room

    The Hyde Park Room

  • The Elisabet Ney Room

    The Elisabet Ney Room

  • Welcome to Adams House Bed & Breakfast

    Welcome to Adams House Bed & Breakfast

  • Enjoy home-baked muffins.

    Enjoy home-baked muffins.

  • Beautiful Flowers

    Beautiful Flowers

  • The William T. Adams Suite

    The William T. Adams Suite

  • The Innkeepers, Liz & Eric

    The Innkeepers, Liz & Eric

 

Gyms Near Hyde Park in Austin, Texas 11 Nov 2014, 2:20 pm

Guests who travel often want to exercise while they are here.  Austin is such an active city that there are many options to choose from.  Many guests simply run in our neighborhood of Hyde Park or in parks nearby.  Others rent bikes which can be delivered to our property or they rent them near Lady Bird Lake and ride the Hike and Bike Trail.  Another option is simply to get a day pass from a gym.  Here are a few options all within walking distance of our B&B.

24 Hour Fitness
1000 E 41st Street
512-458-2424
Hours: 24 hours
website link

Hyde Park Gym
4125 Guadalupe
512-459-9174
Hours: M-F 5am- 10pm, Sat 7am- 7pm, Sun 8am-7pm
website link

Dane's Body Shop
4227 Guadalupe
512-522-8222
*While they do not offer a day pass they do allow walk-ins on Saturday mornings at 8am for a 1 hour Fusion Class
Hours: M-F 5am- 8:30pm, Sat 8am- 1pm, Sun 10am- 11am
website link



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Adams House Voted Best Best & Breakfast in Austin for the Third Year in a Row 13 Sep 2014, 8:36 am

We want to thank everyone who took the time to vote for us in The Austin Chronicle Reader's Choice Awards.  We are very grateful for your continued support of our Bed and Breakfast and we have more exciting things in store for this next year.  Thank you for making the Adams House the "Best Of Austin" Best Bed & Breakfast for the third year in a row!

The Austin Chronicle:
"It might be the heyday of the sharing economy and boutique hotels, but true B&Bs still rule when it comes to homey friendliness. A lovingly restored Colonial Revival tucked into the heart of Hyde Park, Adams House offers the luxurious, roomy digs of a country home in a walkable, central urban neighborhood; Duval’s restaurant row, groceries, and the flag store are all steps away, and it’s conveniently located for car and bus travel, too."






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Austin City Limits Music Festival 2014 14 Aug 2014, 8:46 am

The Austin City Limits (ACL) Music festival is quickly approaching.  It will be held on the first two weekends of October 3-5 and 10-12.  The music lineup has been announced and is listed below.  Our friend Carlos Hernandez has designed the image of this year's merchandise and T-shirts will be for sale at the event.  If you plan to attend the festival make sure to pick one up!  For more information go directly to the ACL website.


Lineup for Both Weekends:

  1. EMINEM  
  2. PEARL JAM  
  3. OUTKAST  
  4. SKRILLEX  
  5. BECK
  6. CALVIN HARRIS  
  7. LANA DEL REY  
  8. LORDE   
  9. FOSTER THE PEOPLE
  10. THE REPLACEMENTS  
  11. ZEDD  
  12. MAJOR LAZER  
  13. THE AVETT BROTHERS
  14. SPOON  
  15. THE HEAD AND THE HEART  
  16. BELLE & SEBASTIAN  
  17. INTERPOL
  18. CHROMEO  
  19. BROKEN BELLS  
  20. CHILDISH GAMBINO  
  21. CHVRCHES
  22. JIMMY CLIFF  
  23. ST. VINCENT  
  24. PHANTOGRAM  
  25. JUANES
  26. THE GLITCH MOB  
  27. FITZ & THE TANTRUMS  
  28. THE GASLIGHT ANTHEM
  29. AFI  
  30. IGGY AZALEA  
  31. REBELUTION  
  32. ICONA POP
  33. TURNPIKE TROUBADOURS  
  34. CAPITAL CITIES  
  35. PAOLO NUTINI
  36. JENNY LEWIS  
  37. BEATS ANTIQUE  
  38. SAM SMITH  
  39. KONGOS
  40. REAL ESTATE  
  41. TUNE-YARDS  
  42. KODALINE  
  43. BLACKBERRY SMOKE
  44. TROMBONE SHORTY & ORLEANS AVENUE  
  45. MAC DEMARCO
  46. GRAMATIK  
  47. LETTUCE  
  48. LAKE STREET DIVE  
  49. POLIÇA  
  50. LUCIUS
  51. IMELDA MAY  
  52. JHENÉ AIKO  
  53. TEMPLES  
  54. OZOMATLI  
  55. BLEACHERS
  56. ANA TIJOUX  
  57. HOZIER  
  58.   
  59. VIC MENSA 
  60. J. RODDY WALSTON & THE BUSINESS  
  61. ROBERT ELLIS  
  62. ZOÉ
  63. SAINTS OF VALORY   
  64. JON BATISTE AND STAY HUMAN
  65. PARKER MILLSAP   
  66. JAMESTOWN REVIVAL   
  67. THE PREATURES
  68. FALLS  
  69. REUBEN AND THE DARK  
  70. TOR MILLER  
  71. BERNHOFT
  72. NIKKI LANE  
  73. MY BRIGHTEST DIAMOND  
  74. CULTS  
  75. HAERTS
  76. THE ROSEBUDS  
  77. NIGHT TERRORS OF 1927  
  78. THE CHAIN GANG OF 1974
  79. YOUNG & SICK  
  80. MINIATURE TIGERS  
  81. SPANISH GOLD
  82. TAYLOR BENNETT   
  83. EMPIRES  
  84. THE DISTRICTS  
  85. NOSTALGHIA
  86. BENJAMIN BOOKER  
  87. JAMES BAY  
  88. REY PILA  
  89. BLANK RANGE
  90. ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL   
  91. RAY BENSON & MILKDRIVE   
  92. MOATS 
  93. MELANIE MARTINEZ   
  94. THE LAST INTERNATIONALE 
  95. JOHNNYSWIM   
  96. FUTURE UNLIMITED   
  97. JON PARDI 
  98. BEAT CONNECTION   
  99. LOS COLOGNES   
  100. SNOWMINE 
  101. A THOUSAND HORSES   
  102. THE LONELY BISCUITS   
  103. BULLY 
  104. THE WANS   
  105. COLONY HOUSE   
  106. THE HUNTS 
  107. CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN   
  108. VON GREY   
  109. MARC SCIBILIA 
  110. MODOC   
  111. BLACK PISTOL FIRE   
  112. BLUE BEAR 
  113. WOOD & WIRE   
  114. EMILY WOLFE   
  115. THE NIGHTOWLS 
  116. DAWN AND HAWKES   
  117. MIKE AND THE MOONPIES   
  118. SPHYNX 
  119. PENNY & SPARROW   
  120. RIDERS AGAINST THE STORM 
  121. HARD PROOF   
  122. ARUM RAE   
  123. NIGHTBOX 
  124. THE LEGENDARY SOUL STIRRERS  
  125. THE JONES FAMILY SINGERS
  126. SHIELDS OF FAITH  
  127. THE LEVITES  
  128. ASHLEY CLEVELAND 
  129. THE STAPLETONES   
  130. THE RIVER CITY CHRISTIANETTES
  131. GOSPEL SILVERTONES   
  132. WESLEY BRAY AND THE DISCIPLES OF JOY
  133. THE BARTON HILLS CHOIR  
  134. STEVE SONGS  
  135. RALPH'S WORLD
  136. ELIZABETH MCQUEEN  
  137. SUGAR FREE ALLSTARS  
  138. SCHOOL OF ROCK
  139. THE Q BROTHERS  
  140. PETER DISTEFANO & TOR



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 27 Jun 2014, 8:10 am

Adams House is happy to announce a bike tour that is now available on our website at www.theadamshouse.com under the Gift Ship or directly at TXBT.  Please contact with any questions at Texas Bike Tours, 512-371-3762, deaton@texasbiketours.com, www.texasbiketours.com


TEXAS BIKE TOURS

A cycling experience in Hyde Park and Austin designed for Adams House B&B

Description
An exploration of Austin’s oldest residential neighborhood, Hyde Park, and a brief look at downtown Austin with the adjacent districts and neighborhoods in the north, west, south and east.

This includes stops at many Hyde Park and Austinlandmarks- historic and new, natural and man-made- and Texas tales with ATXperts.  Locals cycle with guests as they experience the edge of the hill country and the flatness of the blackland prairie as Austin sits between these two regions of Texas.  The 12-13 mile cycling route is city-type.  The approximate time duration is two hours.  Duration is driven by the pace chosen by our guests.

Overview of Route
-Adams House to Speedwayby Fire Station #9
-Moonlight Tower 41st
-Duncan Park, HOPE Project, view of Clarksville, 9th Street Locals Dirt Bike Park
-Via West Central Neighborhood, Market and Warehouse District to Pfluegerville Bridge
-South Austin via James Park and then north on South Congress, bat colony
-Lake Hills and Bike Trail through Rainey St.
-4th (Cedar Street) or 6th (Pecan Street) by Driskoll Hotel
-Congress Avenue, Capitol, Bob Bullock Museum, UTand Littlefield Fountain, The Drag and Guadalupe (Asylum Street)
-Aldridge Place to Hyde Parkhomes- Mansbendel, Shipe, Covert
-Ave B Grocery, Elisabet Ney’s home, end at The Adams House

Rate
$60.00/ per person plus sales tax = $64.95
*payment made directly to TXBT via cash, check or CC

Included in Price of Tour
All guests are provided a custom fit bike, helmet, water and water bottles, sunscreen, sunglasses, homemade granola bars and rosemary scented chilled towels at the end of tour.

Note
TXBT is an independent company from Adams House B&B.  We only help schedule the day and time of your tour.  All guests must sign a release of liability to Adams House and Texas Bike Tour before departure.

Reviews


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Adams House Awarded 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 13 Jun 2014, 3:33 pm


Recognized as a Top Performing Bed and Breakfast as Reviewed by Travelers on the
World’s Largest Travel Site

Austin, TX – June, 2014 – ADAMS HOUSE BED AND BREAKFAST announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award. The accolade, which honors hospitality excellence, is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveler reviews on TripAdvisor, and is extended to qualifying businesses worldwide.  Establishments awarded the Certificate of Excellence are located all over the world and represent the upper echelon of businesses listed on the website.

When selecting Certificate of Excellence winners, TripAdvisor uses a proprietary algorithm to determine the honorees that takes into account reviews ratings.  Businesses must maintain an overall TripAdvisor bubble rating of at least four out of five, volume and recency of reviews. Additional criteria include a business’ tenure and popularity ranking on the site.

“TripAdvisor is pleased to honor exceptional hospitality businesses for consistent excellence,” said Marc Charron, President of TripAdvisor for Business. “The Certificate of Excellence award gives top performing establishments around the world the recognition they deserve, based on feedback from those who matter most – their customers. From Australia to Zimbabwe, we want to applaud exceptional hospitality businesses for offering TripAdvisor travellers a great customer experience.”


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Lemon Ricotta Crepes 13 Jun 2014, 3:12 pm

We had a request from our Instagram page @adamshousebb for this recipe.  This is a delicious Lemon Ricotta Crepe which was made by our weekend chef Megan Gross.  A great option for a summer breakfast item.  Enjoy!


Ingredients:
Crepe Batter
  • 1 cup cold milk
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 tablespoons canola oil + more for frying
  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • pinch of salt
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • Filling
  • 8 oz. ricotta cheese
  • zest of 1 lemon
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 – 4 tablespoons milk
Berry Topping 

1 1/2 cup frozen berries, cleaned, de-stemmed , and de-thawed    
4 tablespoons granulated sugar

1/2 cup fresh berries* (optional, for garnish)
4 sprigs mint( optional, for garnish)
*I like to used blue, black, rasp, and strawberries. If strawberries are late cut into chunks 
Directions:
Crepe Batter:
In a medium bowl combine flour, salt, and sugar, place to the side. In another medium bowl mix together eggs and oil. In three separate additions alternate adding the milk and flour mixture to the egg mixture. Start with the flour mix, then incorporate fully( don't worry about lumps, after each flour addition the egg mixture will get slightly lumpy). Keep alternating milk and flour mixture. Alternating milk and flour mixture will give you a lump-less batter. Cover and place batter in refrigerator for 30 minutes. If making a larger batch refrigerate for 1 hour or longer. 

Ricotta filling:
Thoroughly mix together all rolling ingredients. Start with 2 tablespoons milk. If the mixture is very thick add the other 2 tablespoons to thin out. 

Berry topping:
In a small bowl mix de-thawed berries with sugar.Set aside.

Crepe Cooking Method: 

Coat a non-stick medium frying pan or Crepe pan with 1 tablespoon clarified butter or  cooking spray.
Turn stove to low -medium heat level, ladle 1 oz. crepe batter into the center of the pan. Grab onto the pan handle and rotate the the pan back and forth, circularly so that patter coats the bottom on the pan evenly. After 3 minutes or the edges of he crepe starts to release from the pan flip the crepe. Cook another 3 minutes. The first crepe is usually slightly deformed and irregular, but after a few crepes you will be pro.

Filling and Topping

Filling: add one tablespoon ricotta filling to the center or crepe, fold in half then in forth. Repeat until crepes are all filled. 

Topping: Drain berries and spoon onto filled crepes. Garnish by adding fresh berries and mint

 



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Green Chili Oven Frittata 17 Apr 2014, 7:25 am

We received a request for a recipe on our Instagram page @adamshousebb for our Green Chili Oven Frittata.  This is a staple here at the Adams House B&B as it is easy to make, feeds a lot at one time, and has some of that Texas flair with the chilies added.  Have fun with it by adding or subtracting ingredients as you like.  This recipe is also in our cookbook Our Texas Table which can be purchased at the B&B or on our website at www.theadamshouse.com.  Happy cooking!


GREEN CHILI OVEN FRITTATA

6 slices of bacon or 1/2 bulk pork sausage (optional)
1 T. butter
1/4 C. green onions, thinly sliced
1/3 C. red bell pepper, diced
6 large eggs
1 C. shredded Monterrey Jack cheese
1 4 oz. can chopped green chilies
1 can RO-TEL tomatoes and green chilies, drained and rinsed
Salt and pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 350*F.  Spray a 9-inch pie plate with cooking spray.  Set aside.  In a skillet, fry the bacon or sausage until cooked and set aside.  When cool, crumble the bacon into small pieces.  In a skillet add butter, onion, and red bell pepper.  Saute until soft.  In a medium bowl, beat the eggs; add 3/4 cup of cheese, green chilies, Ro-Tel, salt and pepper.  Stir to combine.  Fold in meat and onion mixture.  Pour egg mixture into pie plate.  Carefully place on middle rack of preheated oven.  Bake for 30 minutes or until the middle is set.  When finished remove from oven, sprinkle remaining 1/4 cup of cheese over the top and cover with a plate for 5 minutes.  Serve with salsa and sour cream.  VEGETARIAN OPTION: Omit the bacon/sausage for a delicious meat-free breakfast.


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Lemon Lavender Scones 5 Jan 2014, 4:03 pm

Here's a new recipe we tried this weekend that is a take on our famous lemon lavender cookies.  It is such a great combination of flavors that can be used all year round.  Happy baking!


Yield: 8 Large/16 Petite
Ingredients:
Scones:
¾ cup Butter, ½ inch cubed and cold
3 1/4 cups All-Purpose Flour
5 teaspoons Baking Powder
1/2 teaspoon Salt1 Egg
1/2 cup Organic Light Agave Nectar
1 cup Milk
1 Lemon, Zest + Juice (*separate 1 teaspoon of each the zest and juice for icing)
1 ½ tablespoon Lavender Flowers, ground coarsely

Egg-wash (optional):
1 Egg, whisked
1 tablespoon Water

Icing:
1 ½ cup Powdered Sugar
2 teaspoons Lavender Flowers
1 teaspoon Lemon, zest and juice*
½ teaspoon Vanilla Extract or Paste (optional)

Preheat oven to 400.  Lightly grease a baking sheet and set aside.  In a large bowl, combine flour, baking powder, Lavender, and salt.  Cut in butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs.  In a smaller bowl, mix egg, agave nectar, milk, lemon juice and zest.  Make a well in the middle of the flour mixture.  Pour liquid Egg mixture into the well.  Stir until moistened.  Do not over mix.
 Turn dough onto lightly floured surface and knead until smooth.  Roll dough into a 1/2-inch disk and cut into 8 wedges.  Place on prepared baking sheet.  Brush with Egg-wash.  Bake approximately 15 minutes or until golden brown and a toothpick inserted into center comes clean.  Remove from oven.  Place scones on wire rack to cool.  Mix all icing ingredients together and drizzle on cooled scones.

Tip:
Serve at room temperature within four hours of preparing to maintain freshness.
Keep Butter cold at all times throughout recipe.





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Calendar of Events in Austin for 2014 3 Jan 2014, 12:15 pm

1/21/14
Martin Luther King Jr. March and Festival 
Huston-Tillotson University
The outdoor festival celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with performances by some of the city’s finest jazz, blues and gospel musicians.
2/1/14
Carnaval Brasileiro
Palmer Events Center
Flamboyant costumes, Brazilian samba music, and the uninhibited, spirited atmosphere make Austin’s Carnaval one of the biggest such festivals outside of Brazil.
2/16/14
Austin Marathon
Downtown Austin
One of the country’s premier races attracts nearly 20,000 participants from around the world.
3/1 – 3/16/14
Star of Texas Fair and Rodeo 
Travis County Exposition Center
Austin goes cowboy as PCRA competitors hit the arena and area-students exhibit prize livestock. Headline entertainers perform in concert nightly.
3/2/14
Zilker Park Kite Festival
Zilker Park
The nation’s oldest kite festival features hundreds of kites in the air and is free to attend for people of all ages; complete with kite flying contests, food, games and more. (pictured above; photo courtesy Bruce Lemons)
3/7 – 3/16/14
SXSW® Music, Film, and Interactive Conference and Festivals
Austin Convention Center, Various Locations
Over 300,000 attendees, filmmakers, musicians and multimedia artists from around the world converge to showcase music, film and interactive media during this internationally-recognized event.
4/24 – 4/27/14
Moontower Comedy Festival
Paramount and State Theatres
Moontower Comedy and Oddity Festival presented by the Paramount Theatre brings to Austin some of the funniest, wittiest and oddest world-class comics from around the globe. This marathon of side-splitting nights throughout the city is slated to bring over 100 comedians doing everything from stand-up and sketch to improv and musical comedy. National headliners, up-and-comers and local Austin-based comedians ensure that there are options for every type of comedy fan; die-hards to those just looking for a fun night.
4/24 – 5/3/14
Austin Fashion Week
Locations around Austin
Austin Fashion Week showcases the work of fashion designers, photographers, hair stylists, makeup artists and models from around the state of Texas. Over a hundred events take place during Austin Fashion week including runway shows, designer meet-and-greets, themed parties and benefits for Austin non-profits.
4/25 – 4/27/14
Austin Food & Wine Festival
Butler Park 
Pamper your palate in one of the hippest cities in the country at the Austin FOOD & WINE Festival, presented by FOOD & WINE Magazine. Join top chef talent, sommeliers and winemakers from across the nation and Austin’s own acclaimed gourmet scene for an indulgent, two-day epicurean adventure unlike any other, topped off with live musical performances.
6/5 – 6/8/14
X Games
Circuit of the Americas
Austin, Texas, the Live Music Capital of the World®, has been selected to host one of six stops on the Global X Games circuit for the next four years. Austin was chosen from a pool of four finalists and will replace longtime host Los Angeles.
8/23/14
Bat Fest
Congress Avenue Bridge
Celebrate this batty event as the world’s largest bat colony (anywhere between 75,000-1.5 million Mexican Free Tail Bats which take up seasonal residence beneath the Ann Richard’s Congress Street Bridge) take to the skies for their nightly flight feasting on insects. Enjoy live music, children’s activities and costume contests.
10/3 – 10/5 and 10/10 – 10/12/14
Austin City Limits Music Festival 
Zilker Park
One of the country’s largest celebrations of music, this six-day festival brings the magic of the famed public TV series Austin City Limits outside the studio and into Austin’s most beloved park with more than 130 musical acts on 8 stages.
10/18 – 10/25/14
Austin Film Festival
Paramount Theatre and various locations
Recognized as one of the top film festivals in the country, this cinematic event shines the spotlight on top-billed films and Indies alike.
11/7 – 11/9/14
Fun Fun Fun Fest
Auditorium Shores 
One of the most relaxed, creative, and pioneering festivals in music today, Fun Fun Fun Fest is custom booked for the most passionate, underground, and progressive musicians, comedians and fans around the world.
10/30 – 11/2/14
FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX
Circuit of The Americas
Drivers will be in Austin competing in the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix in November. Built around a state-of-the-art 3.4-mile circuit track with capacity for 120,000 fans and an elevation change of 133 feet, the facility is designed for any and all classes of racing – from motor power to human power.
11/29/14
Chuy’s Christmas Parade
Congress Avenue
A procession of giant balloons, marching bands, vintage cars, celebrities and floats usher in the season of giving.
This article was taken from the Austin Insider Blog.  Click here for original article.  The dates for Formula 1 have been adjusted as they were posted incorrectly.
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Top 50 Restaurants in Austin 5 Dec 2013, 1:44 pm

In the Austin 360 Issue from November 15, 2013 Matthew Odam shares his Top 50 Restaurants in Austin.  We think this is a well rounded list of our growing dining scene.  Let us know if you agree. NOTE- restaurants coded #AHB&B mean they are near the Adams House B&B.

1- Barley Swine
2024 S. Lamar Blvd
512-394-8150
barleyswine.com

*2- Uchi
801 S. Lamar Blvd.
512-916-4808
UchiAustin.com

*2- Uchiko
4200 N. Lamar Blvd.
512-916-4808
UchiAustin.com
#AHB&B

3- Lenoir
1807 S. First St.
512-215-9778
LenoirRestaurant.com

4- Congress
200 Congress Ave.
512-827-2760
CongressAustin.com/Congress

5- The Carillon
1900 University Ave.
512-404-3655
TheCarillonRestaurant.com

6- Wink
1014 N. Lamar Blvd.
512-482-8868
WinkRestaurant.com

7- Foreign & Domestic
306 E. 53rd St.
512-459-1010
FNDAustin.com
#AHB&B

8-Sway
1417 S. 1st St.
512-326-1999
SwayAustin.com

9-Qui
1600 E. Sixth St.
512-436-9626
QuiAustin.com

10- Franklin Barbecue
900 E. 11th St.
512-653-1187
FranklinBarbecue.com

11- Parkside
301 E. Sixth St.
512-474-9898
Parkside-Austin.com

12- Ruth's Chris Steakhouse
107 W. Sixth St.
512-477-7887
RuthsChris.com

13- Driskill Grill
604 Brazos St.
512-391-7162
DriskillGrill.com

14- Fabi & Rosi
509 Hearn St.
512-236-0642
FabiandRosi.com

15- El Naranjo
85 Rainey St.
512-474-2776
ElNaranjo-Restaurant.com

16-Trio
98 San Jacinto Blvd.
512-685-8300
TrioRestaurantAustin.com

17- Olive & June
3411 Glenview Ave.
512-467-9898
OliveAndJune-Austin.com
#AHB&B

18-Tam Deli
8222 N. Lamar Blvd.
512-834-6458
Facebook.com/TamDeliAndCafe

19- La Condessa
400 W. Second St.
512-499-0300
LaCondesaAustin.com

20- Swift's Attic
315 Congress Ave.
512-482-8200
SwiftsAttic.com

21- Justine's
4710 E. Fifth St.
512-385-2900
Justines1937.com

22- Clark's
1200 W. Sixth St.
512-297-2525
ClarksOyserBar.com

23- La Traviata
314 Congress Ave.
512-479-8131
LaTraviata.net

24- Jeffrey's
1204 W. Lynn St.
512-477-5584
JeffreysOfAustin.com

25- Jezebel
800 W. Sixth St.
512-436-9643
RestaurantJezebel.com

26- 2nd Bar + Kitchen
200 Congress Ave.
512-827-2750
CongressAustin.com/second

27- Contigo
2027 Anchor Lane
512-614-2260
ContigoTexas.com/Austin
#AHB&B

28- Olivia
2043 S. Lamar Blvd.
512-804-2700
Olivia-Austin.com

29- Vino Vino
4119 Guadalupe St.
512-465-9282
VinoVinoAustin.com
#AHB&B

30-Texas French Bread
2900 Rio Grande St.
512-499-0544
TexasFrenchBread.com
#AHB&B

31- Noble Pig
1181 RM 620 N. Suite 4
382-6248
NoblePigAustin.com

32- Asti
408 E. 43rd St.
512-451-1218
AstiAustin.com
#AHB&B

33- Home Slice Pizza
1415 S. Congress Ave.
512-444-7437
HomeSlicePizza.com

34-Szechuan House
11005 Burnet Road
512-832-8989
SzechuanHouseAustin.com

35- Ramen Tatsu-Ya
8557 Research Blvd.
512-339-0855
Ramen-TastsuYa.com

36- Epicerie
2307 Hancock Drive
512-371-6840
EpicerieAustin.com
#AHB&B

37- Trace
200 Lavaca St.
512-542-3660
TraceAustin.com

38- Hopfields
3110 Guadalupe St.
512-537-0467
HopfieldsAustin.com
#AHB&B

39- Fonda San Miguel
2330 W. North Loop Blvd.
512-459-4121
FondaSanMiguel.com
#AHB&B

40- Perla's Seafood & Oyster Bar
1400 S. Congress Ave.
512-291-7300
PerlasAustin.com

41- Little Deli
7101-A Woodrow Ave.
512-467-7402
LittleDeliAndPizza.com

42- Lucy's
2218 College Ave
512-297-2423

5408 Burnet Road
512-514-0664
LucysFriedChicken.com
#AHB&B

43- Green Pastures
81 W. Live Oak St.
512-444-1888
GreenPasturesRestaurant.com

44- East Side Pies
1401 Rosewood Ave.
512-524-0933
EastSidePies.com

45- Enoteca
1610 S. Congress Ave.
512-441-7672
austinvespaio.com/enoteca/enoteca.html

46- Asiana
801 E. William Cannon Drive No. 205
512-445-3435
AsianaIndianCuisine.com

47- Whip In
1950 S. Interstate 35
512-442-5337
WhipIn.com

48- El Alma
1025 Barton Springs Road
512-609-8923
ElAlmaCafe.com

49- Stiles Switch
6610 N. Lamar Blvd
512-380-9199
StilesSwitchBBQ.com

50- Taco-Mex
2944 E. 12th St.
512-524-1880
Facebook.com/TacoMex.Austin

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