Trace, located in downtown Austin, is an American resto serving up farm-to-table fare. Get creative and try out some antelope loin or venison sausage.
Epicerie is a one-stop shop for specialty groceries, a cup of joe, and artisanal cafe fare. Try the specialty meats and cheeses and enjoy the outdoor dining or just take a morning coffee break.
A steakhouse from San Diego's Chef Brian Malarkey (of Top Chef and The Taste), Searsucker'll have you sucking on bone marrow and gnawing on Tomahawk ribeyes.
An easy getaway for Domainers, the second concept from Iron Chef contestant and Texas culinary hero Kent Rathbun offers a welcoming outdoor patio for taking down locals like Austin Amber and Convict Hill Oatmeal Stout, as well as concoctions like the Global Warming Martini (Beam, DeKuyper Mango Liqueur, Triple Sec, house sweet & sour, fresh lime, mint) and the Savvy Vodka/ olive juice O.D.B., which you won't be able to afford if your baby's still got your money.
An impressive wine list, intriguing dishes like Wood Oven Bouillabaisse with squid, clams, and blue prawn, and a complimentary valet make laV the ideal spot to go when you want to feel like a celebrity... then treat yourself to a Meyer Lemon Cream and feel like a slightly larger celebrity.
Due Forni is a casual pizza and wine spot where you can watch spaghetti Westerns and choose between pies from one of two ovens -- a Roman oven turning out thin and crispy-crusted 'zas, and another Neapolitan oven making a thicker, softer bread.