A bit of an undiscovered gem for locals, the Carillon is a favorite for laywers and businessmen. Located inside the UT business school building, Carillon nevertheless manages to avoid the dullness of a typical hotel dining room. The food is good without getting too extravagant, and the wine list is more than respectable. Overall, Carillon is a solid choice for any business dinner.
Located in the Second Street District, La Condesa features sophisticated Mexican entrées that incorporate that tasty, succulent street food flavor. A cut above the usual tacos or Cuban sandwiches, La Condesa also includes a full tequila menu.
It’s hard to think of a better location for a power lunch than TRIO in the Four Seasons, but it’s also fantastic for breakfast, brunch and dinner as well. Nearby Lady Bird Lake offers the perfect backdrop for any negotiations, while the dinner menu features classic surf-n-turf with an extra Texan flair– like the Smoked Ribeye or Broken Arrow Antelope.
Located in the W Austin Hotel right downtown, TRACE is a hotel restaurant that redefines the genre. From homemade breakfast sausage to a wild game trio dinner, TRACE emphasizes locally sourced meats and produce for a truly authentic Austin dining experience.
Swift’s Attic features small-plate meals amid intriguing surroundings. Located on the top floor of the historic Swift’s Premium Food Company building and decorated with found objects and up cycled fixtures, Swift’s is the quintessential quirky Austin dining experience, without making more traditional business-types feel too out of place. The business lunch specials are creative, the dinner menu is delectable and the service is unfailingly attentive.
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