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Salt & Time is not technically a steakhouse—and admittedly, it’s only half a restaurant. The skilled and passionate crew source meat from local farms and butcher it in-house. Come for dinner when the menu features a Dry Age Feature; a hunk selection of meat served alongside your choice of two sides and sauces (pro tip: You want the Beef Fat Fries). And if you’re ready to up your at-home grill game, Salt & Time’s onsite butcher shop is stocked with fresh and aged steaks ready to be wrapped and weighed.
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This butcher shop and salumeria serves up quality local and sustainable meats at their 7th street patio, where it’s totally acceptable (and encouraged) to pair wine with your burger (their lineup of Texas-born wine deserves special shout out). The Signature Burger was such a hit that it spawned two forthcoming spinoff properties—both called The Butcher Burger—set to open in Austin and Houston later this year. It features a half-pound beef patty, prepared daily with steak trimmings, layered with mayo and sour pickles and tucked into a sweet-yet-savory brioche bun. An order of deliciously crispy beef fat French fries sweetens the deal.
How to book: Reserve via Resy, order take-out online, and get delivery via Favor.