Austin is for eating. Enjoy.
In the AT&T Center
Moontower Cafe, newly located on the first floor of Rowling Hall (connects to the conference Center on the M1 level). Quick counter service.
Lavaca Teppan a modern option for grilled Japanese fare and Sushi .16 miles/3 minute walk
Tapioca House offering traditional Taiwanese teas, coffees, smoothies and snacks .1 miles/3 minute walk
Blanton Cafe enjoy a variety of sandwiches, salads, gourmet flat bread pizzas and more .18 miles/4 minute walk
El Mercado Tex-Mex cuisine, prepared daily with fresh ingredients. .19 miles/4 minute walk
The Story of Texas Cafe museum cafe serving sandwiches and Texas-influenced cuisine .20 miles/4 minute walk
Pho Thaison delicious and affordable Vietnamese cuisine in a friendly environment. .20 miles/4 minute walk
Clay Pit: Contemporary Indian menu .2 miles/ 5 minute walk
Sushi Junai offering a variety of Korean and Japanese far & all you can eat sushi rolls .25 miles/6 minute walk
Arturo's Bakery & Cafe Casual Healthy breakfast & lunch spot with tacos, sandwiches & salads .26/6 minute walk
Olamaie Modern Southern menu in polished space .3 miles/6 minute walk
Texas Chili Parlor Since 1976, Texas style chili, amazing enchiladas, & big juicy burgers .3 miles/7 minute walk
Of course Austin is known for it's funky roadside collection of food trucks/food trailer parks found all around town and provides many options if your group cannot agree - http://www.foodtrailersaustin.com/ - South Austin - S. 1st Street 78704 is the most notable.
Scholz Garten Historic biergarten with BBQ, German plates, & burgers
24 Diner Traditional locally sourced diner fare with an exciting & upscale twist
Bangers Abundant sausages inside a rustic-chic cottage or outside in a leafy beer garden
Bouldin Creek Cafe Eco-friendly, bohemian cafe offering hearty meatless meals, coffees & a rotating monthly art show
Casa Columbia Only authentic Colombian restaurant
Chilantro Korean barbecue, home of the original kimchi fries
Cisco's Iconic part of Austin's history located in East Austin, breakfast faves at this daytime institution includes migas & biscuits - Oh my the biscuits!
Hula Hut Tex-mex Polynesian east tacos, fajitas & luau platters plus tropical cocktails under a thatched-roof pier with lake views
Juan in a Million - East side tradition serves Mexican food and known for "Don Juan Taco" also featured on "Man vs. Food"
Justine's Brasserie East Austin hot spot is a “true French brasserie" serving steaks & snails plus wine & cocktails in a little bungalow with a light-strung patio
La Condesa Innovative” takes on Mexican street food and an “impressive” cocktail menu delight diners
Lamberts Fancy BBQ & meaty fare in a refurbished general store with an upstairs bar with live music
Magnolia Cafe American “home-cooking” menu, from tons of vegan/vegetarian/gluten free options to Tex-mex to pancakes that fans dream about
Maiko Sushi Lounge - Japanese menu with Western influences from sushi to hanger steak
Mi Madre's Fresh housemade food such as popular breakfast tacos served in a casual dining room or patio
Mr. Natural Vegatarian/vegan/gluten free simply delicious with two locations
Perlas Fish, oysters & surf 'n' turf are dished at this laid-back spot with an open kitchen shaded patio
Ranch 616 Texana oddities adorn buzzy hangout serving Southwestern
Salt Lick Bar-B-Que A Hill country institution. BYOB family-style barbeque
Stubb's Legendary BBQ and live music venue
Uchi Exceptional Japanese fusion menu, one of the city's most acclaimed restaurants
Vespaio One of the “best” Italian restaurants in Austin delectable fare & fine wine selection