11 Lake Travis-Westlake restaurants highlighted in 2018

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One of these local restaurants was featured each month in the Lake Travis-Westlake edition of Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. How many of them have you been to?

Jade

Jade offers an elevated take on many favorites, such as sweet and sour chicken, Szechuan beef and lo mein.

Vaqueros Cafe & Cantina

The Vaqueros team prides itself on food, service and overall aesthetics.

One Long Table

One Long Table is a pop-up concept that offers a quality, intimate dining experience.

Note: This location is unmapped below as there is no official address.

Hudson’s Hill Country

Hudson’s Hill Country includes an exotic game menu with rattlesnake, alligator, bison, boar, ostrich and kangaroo.

La Cabana

La Cabana favorites include fajita chicken salad and tacos al pastor.

Plate by Dzintra

Plate by Dzintra integrates European flair and Texas hospitality with a passion for cooking, according to Dzintra herself.

Pearl Snap Cuisine

Pearl Snap Cuisine is inspired by wild game and fresh produce.

Jack Allen’s Kitchen 360

Jack Allen’s aims to create a fun and comfortable environment that serves as a meeting and gathering place.

Buenos Aires Café

Buenos Aires serves high-quality food with fresh ingredients. The eatery’s greens are organic and paired with a signature dressing prepared daily.

Lucy’s on the Lake

Lucy’s offers an innovative take on comfort food classics, especially fried chicken. It also serves Gulf oysters, salads, side dishes and pies.

Elle’s Cafe & Coffee

Elle’s offers a completely gluten-free menu and is part of the Alive + Well center in Bee Cave.

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  1. Edna Lynn Porter

    I hope you will be including Sway on your list very soon. It’s a great looking building where Thai Kitchen used to be. Upstairs is an open air bar, serving appetizers as well, with a breathtaking view of downtown Austin. It will be great when the weather warms up some. The food is delicious,it’s a beautiful setting with ambiance galore. Westlake truly needed this addition as choice for excellent food and service.
    Hope you go soon.
    elp

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Sally Grace Holtgrieve
Sally Grace Holtgrieve solidified her passion for news during her time as Editor-in-Chief of Christopher Newport University's student newspaper, The Captain's Log. She started her professional career at The Virginia Gazette and moved to Texas in 2015 to cover government and politics at The Temple Daily Telegram. She has been covering the Lake Travis/Westlake area for Community Impact since February 2018.
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