See the North Central Austin bars and restaurants that opened in 2017 or will open in 2018

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American


Jack Allen’s Kitchen
3010 W. Anderson Lane, Ste. D
512-428-6944
www.jackallenskitchen.com
$10-$19.99
Breakfast/brunch menu
Happy hour
Kids menu
Patio seating

First Watch
2525 W. Anderson Lane, Bldg. 3, Ste. 145
512-452-3447
www.firstwatch.com
$10-$19.99
Breakfast/brunch menu
Kids menu

The Local Post
7113 Burnet Road
512-375-5599
www.thelocalpost.pub
Up to $9.99
Dog-friendly
Happy hour
Patio seating

Way South Philly
5222 Burnet Road
512-344-9922
www.waysouthphilly.wordpress.com
Up to $9.99
Kids menu

Pluckers Wing Bar
6406 N. I-35, Ste. 2949
512-454-9464
www.pluckers.com
$10-$19.99
Happy hour
Kids menu
Patio seating

Guild
3800 N. Lamar Blvd.
512-975-2626
www.guildaustin.com
Coming Soon 2018

Get Fried
2021 Guadalupe St.
www.getfried.com
Coming Soon 2018

Rudy’s Bar-B-Q
3918 N. Lamar Blvd.
956-542-2532
www.rudysbbq.com
Coming Soon 2018

Rise Biscuits Donuts
2522 Guadalupe St.
www.risebiscuitsdonuts.com
Coming Soon 2018

Tumble 22
7211 Burnet Road
512-550-6032
www.tumble22.com
Coming Soon 2018

Sumptuary
3202 Anderson Lane, Ste. 205
www.sumptuaryaustin.com
Coming Soon 2018

Asian


Kura Revolving Sushi Bar
6929 Airport Blvd., Ste. 125
737-209-8799
www.kurausa.com
$10-$19.99

Poke Bowl
2828 Guadalupe St., Ste. 100
512-887-1887
www.pokebowlaustin.com
Up to $9.99
Dog-friendly
Patio seating

Don Japanese Kitchen
2716 1/2 Guadalupe St.
281-725-3686
Up to $9.99

Be More Pacific Filipino Kitchen and Bar
7858 Shoal Creek Blvd.
512-814-7423
www.bemorepacifickitchenandbar.com
$10-$19.99
Dog-friendly
Happy hour
Kids menu
Patio seating

Poke Bay
2001 Guadalupe St., Ste. A-1
512-350-2419
$10-$19.99
Dog-friendly
Patio seating

99 Ranch Market
6929 Airport Blvd., Ste. 110
800-600-8292
www.99ranch.com
Coming Soon 2018

Bars / Breweries


Vigilante Gastropub & Games
7010 Easy Wind Drive, Ste. 150
512-538-1516
www.vigilantebar.com
$10-$19.99
Breakfast/brunch menu
Happy hour
Patio seating

The Brewtorium Brewery & Kitchen
6015 Dillard Circle, Ste. A
www.thebrewtorium.com
Coming Soon 2018

Coffee Shops


Summer Moon Coffee
2301 W. Anderson Lane
512-804-1665
www.woodfiredcoffee.com
Coming Soon 2018

Sa-Ten Coffee & Eats
4917 Airport Blvd.
512-840-0090
www.sa-ten.com
Coming Soon 2018

Desserts


Steel City Pops
3001 Guadalupe St.
512-599-8522
www.steelcitypops.com
Up to $9.99
Dog-friendly
Patio seating

Zucchini Kill Bakery
701 E. 53rd St., Ste. C
737-215-5936
www.zucchinikill.com
Up to $9.99
Dog-friendly

Baked by Amy’s
603 W. 35th St.
512-918-2253
www.bakedbyamys.com
Coming Soon 2018

French


Bonhomie
5350 Burnet Road
512-243-8558
www.bonhomieaustin.com
$10-$19.99
Breakfast/brunch menu
Dog-friendly
Happy hour
Patio seating

Italian


The Pizza Press
404 W. 26th St.
512-808-0474
www.thepizzapress.com
Up to $9.99
Dog-friendly
Kids menu
Patio seating

Home Slice
501 E. 53rd St.
512-444-7437
www.homeslicepizza.com
Coming Soon 2018

Mediterranean


MezzeMe
4700 Guadalupe St., Ste. 9
512-900-8200
www.mezzeme.com
Up to $9.99
Dog-friendly
Patio seating

Cava
2426 Guadalupe St.
www.cava.com
Coming Soon 2018

Mexican


Eldorado Cafe
3300 W. Anderson Lane
512-420-2222
www.eldoradocafeatx.com
$10-$19.99
Breakfast/brunch menu
Dog-friendly
Happy hour
Kids menu
Patio seating

OneTaco
2900 W. Anderson Lane, Ste. K
512-580-1322
www.eatonetaco.com
$10-$19.99
Breakfast/brunch menu
Dog-friendly
Patio seating

Veracruz All Natural
9003 Waterford Centre Blvd., Ste. 180
512-363-6917
www.veracruztacos.com
Up to $9.99
Breakfast/brunch menu
Dog-friendly
Kids menu
Patio seating

Cabo Bob’s Burritos
7849 Shoal Creek Blvd.
512-432-1112
www.cabobobs.com
Coming Soon 2018

Middle Eastern


The Halal Guys
2915 Guadalupe St.
512-761-3633
www.thehalalguys.com/en
Up to $9.99
Patio seating

 
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