These are the Downtown Austin restaurants that opened their doors in 2017 or are set for 2018 debuts

Flower Child

Flower Child




American


Jugo
603 Brazos St.
512-474-0444
www.jugo-austin.com
Up to $9.99
Breakfast/brunch menu

Veggie Heaven
1611 W. Fifth St.
512-457-1013
www.veggieheavenaustin.com
Up to $9.99
Happy hour

Flower Child
500 W. Second St., Ste. 133 Austin
512-777-4132
www.iamaflowerchild.com
$10-$19.99
Dog-friendly
Kids menu
Patio seating

Holy Roller
509 Rio Grande St.
512-502-5119
www.holyrolleraustin.com
$10-$19.99
Dog-friendly
Patio seating

Happy Chicks
214 E. Sixth St.
512-469-0002
www.facebook.com/happychicksatx/
$10-$19.99

Pool Burger
2315 Lake Austin Blvd.
512-334-9747
www.poolburger.com
$10-$19.99
Dog-friendly
Patio seating

Fareground
Antonelli’s Cheese Shop, Contigo, Dai Due, Easy Tiger, Henbit and Ni-Kome
111 Congress Ave.
www.faregroundaustin.com
Up to $9.99
Breakfast/brunch menu
Dog-friendly
Patio seating

Cookbook
710 W. Cesar Chavez St.
www.cookbookatx.com
Coming Soon 2018

Spin
213 W. Fifth St.
www.austin.wearespin.com
Coming Soon 2018

Burgerim
51 Rainey St., Ste. 140A
214-382-4556
www.burgerim.com
Coming Soon 2018

Asian


Papadom
310 Colorado St.
512-840-1434
www.papadomaustin.com
$10-$19.99

Bars / Breweries


Two Bucks
503 E. Sixth St.
512-653-0381
www.facebook.com/twobucksaustin/
Up to $9.99
Dog-friendly
Happy hour
Patio seating

Unbarlievable
76 Rainey St.
512-710-8401
www.unbarlievable.com
Up to $9.99
Dog-friendly
Happy hour
Patio seating

Texas Reds and Whites
407 Red River St.
737-703-5540
www.texasredsandwhites.com
$10-$19.99

Moonfire Lounge
310 Colorado St., Ste. B
512-297-2215
www.moonfirelounge.com
$10-$19.99
Happy hour

Academia
208 W. Fourth St.
512-981-7079
www.academiaaustin.com
$10-$19.99

Anthem
91 Rainey St.
www.flagshiprestaurantgroup.com
Coming Soon 2018

Better Half Bar
406 Walsh St.
www.betterhalfbar.com
Coming Soon 2018

Central District Brewing
417 Red River St.
www.centraldistrictbrewing.com
Coming Soon 2018

Desserts


Nate’s Baked Goods & Coffee
401 Orchard St.
512-350-2084
www.natesbakedaustin.com
Up to $9.99
Breakfast/brunch menu
Dog-friendly
Patio seating

French


Le Politique
110 San Antonio St.
512-580-7651
www.lepolitiqueaustin.com
$20 or more
Breakfast/brunch menu
Dog-friendly
Kids Menu
Patio seating

Italian


Alimentari 28
454 W. Second St.
512-358-1735
www.numero28.com
Up to $9.99
Breakfast/brunch menu
Dog-friendly
Patio seating

North Italia
500 W. Second St., Ste. 120
512-777-5062
www.northitaliarestaurant.com
Coming Soon 2018

I Fratelli Pizza
501 W. 15th St.
512-795-8744
www.ifratellipizza.com
Coming Soon 2018

Mediterranean


Cava
515 Congress Ave.
www.cava.com
Coming Soon 2018

Mexican


Austin Taco Project
500 E. Fourth St.
512-682-2739
www.austintacoproject.com
Up to $9.99
Dog-friendly
Happy hour
Patio seating

ATX Cocina
110 San Antonio St., Ste. 170
512-263-2322
www.atxcocina.com
$20 or more
Dog-friendly
Happy hour
Patio seating

Polvos
310 Nueces St.
512-441-5446
www.polvosaustin.com
Coming Soon 2018

South African


Peli Peli
201 W. Third St.
281-257-9500
www.pelipeli.com
Coming Soon 2018


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