In a city that’s known for its wide range of excellent eateries yet is also notoriously swamped with college kids looking for the latest live music scene, where’s the best place to hold a business dinner in Austin with colleagues or clients?
With two locations (one right downtown, the other off Arboretum), Eddie V’s boasts incredible steaks, an extensive wine list and live jazz music combined with a professional atmosphere. The truffle mac-n-cheese is an absolute must, as is ordering dessert. Eddie V’s also offers private and semi-private dining areas.
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille
The ultimate in steakhouse luxury, Perry’s is known for its Pork Chop Friday Lunch as well as its regular crowd of attorneys and other suit-and-tie professionals. The atmosphere is impeccably elegant, yet without sacrificing genuine warmth and friendliness from the staff.
The Roaring Fork has a pleasantly varied menu with plenty of grill options (think seared steaks, tender lamb and succulent Chilean sea bass), and great service to boot. A nice break from the now-trending small plate service seen at so many restaurants these days, Roaring Fork’s portions are generous and filling. While the ranch décor may seem casual at first glance, there are still plenty of suits to be seen in the dim-but-not-too-romantic lighting.
One of the crown gems of Austin’s already impressive foodie scene, Uchi is a must-visit restaurant, for local litigators and out-of-towners alike. Although technically a sushi bar, the Uchi menu choices are inventive, diverse and outstanding.
Sometimes described as Uchi’s newer little brother, Uchiko is the inventive, eclectic and slightly more casual alternative for still-excellent Japanese cuisine. As an added plus, Uchiko is a bit larger, includes a private dining area and takes reservations for large parties.
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