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Austin Way - 2017 - Issue 1 - Spring - Spoon

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The classic touches at the new Paul Martin's Austin Grill at Domain Northside include ( CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT) a raspberry martini; a charcuterie station, and New American dishes. 1900 Simond Ave., 737-212-1876; locadoroaustin.com MANUEL'S The Mexican menu at this Austin staple is expertly executed. Although business diners and tourists alike love the downtown location, its beautiful patio at its Great Hills branch is hard to resist. 310 Congress Ave., 512-472- 7555; 10201 Jollyville Rd., 512-345-1042; manuels.com ODD DUCK Brother chef-owners Bryce and Dylan Gilmore delight diners with unusual dishes (beef tongue Reuben) at this hot spot for both lunch and dinner. Service is attentive and extremely knowledgeable. 1201 S. Lamar Blvd., 512-433-6521; oddduckaustin.com OLAMAIE From the charming old home to the refined but hearty menu steeped in tradition, Olamaie is Southern dining at its finest. INSIDER TIP: Don't forget to ask for the off-menu biscuits. You won't be sorry. 1610 San Antonio St., 512-474-2796; olamaieaustin.com N E W PAUL MARTIN'S AUSTIN GRILL Restaurant concept king Paul Fleming (P.F. Chang's, Fleming's) and partner Brian Bennett have brought their Paul Martin's American Grill to Domain Northside, but with a local twist in the name. With an emphasis on New American cuisine, the menu features classic dishes for lunch and dinner. 3120 Palm Way, No. 130, 512-953-8800; paulmartins americangrill.com PERLA'S Top-notch oysters are served on an expansive patio along South Congress with shareable menu selections, including lobster baked shells and cheese. 1400 S. Congress Ave., 512-291-7300; perlasaustin.com SECOND BAR + KITCHEN Inventive bites and a smart cocktail program have drawn a stylish crowd downtown for years, and now the same thing is happening at Domain Northern Italian cuisine in an upscale setting. 2400 E. Cesar Chavez St., Ste. 304, 512-220-9421; juniperaustin.com. JUSTINE'S BRASSERIE With an elevated French bistro menu and the best vinyl collection in town, the scene at this East Austin restaurant just gets better well into the night. 4710 E. Fifth St., 512-385- 2900; justines1937.com LA CONDESA Contemporary Mexican is paired with an expansive tequila and mezcal selection at this always-crowded Second Street District mainstay. 400A W. Second St., 512-499-0300; lacondesa.com LAUNDERETTE Chef Rene Ortiz and pastry chef Laura Sawicki have created one of the best small-plate restaurants in town. Although it's lively at night, the East Austin restaurant is an ideal place for lunch meetings. 2115 Holly St., 512-382-1599; launderette austin.com L'OCA D'ORO This recent and welcome addition to Mueller is packed almost every night, attracting neighbors and people from further out with its celebratory Italian menu. INSIDER TIP: For diners with little ones, L'Oca d'Oro offers one of the most inventive kid menus around. PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF PAUL MARTIN'S AUSTIN GRILL AUSTINWAY.COM 75

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