Here are a dozen new restaurants serving seafood and Italian and Mediterranean dishes in Northwest Austin

Juliet Italian Kitchen
Juliet Italian Kitchen is opening a new location in The Arboretum in March. (Courtesy Juliet Italian Kitchen)

Juliet Italian Kitchen is opening a new location in The Arboretum in March. (Courtesy Juliet Italian Kitchen)

Note from the writer: Every January, Community Impact Newspaper publishes its Annual Community Guide with listings of businesses and restaurants that have recently opened or are coming soon in your community. Here are Italian, Mediterranean and seafood eateries that opened in 2020 or are coming in 2021 in Northwest Austin.


ITALIAN & PIZZA


Aviator Pizza & Drafthouse

4005 W. Parmer Lane, Ste. E, Austin

512-582-0097 | www.aviatorpizza.com

The Backspace


1739 W. Anderson Lane, Austin

512-474-9899 | www.backspacepizza.com

Juliet Italian Kitchen

10000 Research Blvd., Austin

512-479-1800 | www.juliet-austin.com

Coming early 2021

Lake Travis Pizza

10815 RM 2222, Austin

512-266-2287 | www.laketravispizza.com

Coming early 2021

Saccone’s Pizza & Subs

13776 US 183, Ste. 131, Austin

512-257-1200 | www.saccones.com

Shortie’s Pizza & Grinders

7858 Shoal Creek Blvd., Unit C, Austin

512-770-1385 | www.shortiespizza.com

Slapbox Pizzacheria

9900 W. Parmer Lane, Ste. B-100, Austin

512-994-2725 | www.slapboxpizza.com

Tony C’s Pizza & Beer Garden

2900 W. Anderson Lane, Bldg. B, Austin

512-595-7151 | www.tonycsbeergarden.com

Valentino's Pizza, Pasta and Wings

8863 Anderson Mill Road, Ste. 101, Austin

512-551-2690 | www.valentinospizzalove.com

MEDITERRANEAN


Lazeez Mediterranean Cafe

6812 N. RM 620, Austin

512-317-9051 | www.lazeezaustin.com

Coming early 2021

SEAFOOD


Hook & Reel Cajun Seafood & Bar

9070 Research Blvd., Ste. 305, Austin

www.hookreel.com

Coming 2021

Kasian Boil

A. 13717 Burnet Road, Ste. 250, Austin

512-243-7067 | www.kasianboil.com

B. 11416 N. RM 620, Cedar Park

737-236-8473 | www.kasianboil.com

*This list is not comprehensive.
By Iain Oldman
Iain Oldman joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after spending two years in Pittsburgh, Pa., where he covered Pittsburgh City Council. His byline has appeared in PublicSource, WESA-FM and Scranton-Times Tribune. Iain worked as the reporter for Community Impact Newspaper's flagship Round Rock/Pflugerville/Hutto edition and is now working as the editor for the Northwest Austin edition.


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