Top 10 Best Austin New Restaurants

Best New Restaurants in Austin

While Austin is best recognized for Tex-Mex meal trucks and big juicy burgers, it’s also a spot for international flavors. Austin is thriving with brand-new restaurants that recently opened around the town. From high-end dishes to must-try food trucks, there’s a lot to choose from! Below, you’ll find some of the best new restaurants and food trucks that recently opened around town.

JewBoy Sub Shop

6701 Burnet Rd
Austin, TX 78757
(512) 294-2279

Mo Pittle, born in Cleveland with ties to Philadelphia and Washington, DC was raised in El Paso, Texas. Not the first place you’d expect to find Jews, but they’re there. Growing up among the Homeboys, he became affectionately known as “El JewBoy.” A few decades later, it now describes the subs you’re about to consume. A perfect mix of Border and Jewish culture. So open your mind, but more importantly, open your mouth, because if you know Jewish people or you know Latinos, you know you’re about to feast. We are a sandwich shop in Austin, Texas-inspired by both Border and Reform Jewish Culture. Hope you’re hungry. We draw our inspiration from both the cultures of the Texas/Mexico Border and a traditional east coast Jewish upbringing (reform). We’re not a deli, we’re a sub shop. That means sandwiches. Hot or cold, if it tastes good, we’re gonna do it. –

Lutie’s Garden Restaurant

4100 Red River St
Austin, TX 78751
(512) 817-5200

Sweethearts Bradley Nicholson and Susana Querejazu return home to Austin to fulfill their vision of Lutie’s after mastering their craft in notable restaurants across the globe. Come as you are and linger for a little or long while. Fill your bellies with familiar regional cuisine and sip something special amidst our pastoral setting. –

Bobo’s Snack Bar

3850 Airport Blvd
Austin, TX 78722
(512) 657-2594

Bobo’s is a “community tasting room,” a bar that serves snacks where everything offered is from Central Texas producers ~ spirits, wine, beer, soft drinks, and food. We support and promote our community of producers to our community of neighbors. –

Love Supreme

2805 Manor Rd
Austin, TX 78722
(512) 296-2655

We offer crispy-bottomed Neapolitan-inspired Round 13” Pies, a selection of cocktails, wines, and curated beers. Our menu also features hearty salads, composed vegetable dishes, and favorites like wings and meatballs. Love Supreme is blessed to have Paulina Cline leading our front-of-house as General Manager and Chef Russell Victorioso helming the kitchen. Love Supreme boasts 110 parking spaces to accommodate the 5,000 sq. ft. of indoor area and the 3,000 sq. ft. patio and outdoor bar. Whether you’re grabbing a drink and pizza after work or celebrating a birthday with friends, we’ve got you covered. –

Fil N’ Viet

1720 E 12th St
Austin, TX 78702
(281) 798-4334

Meet the Fil N’ Viet couple, Kevin & Rosie. Kevin has been a Chef for 11 years with a Vietnamese background. He’s worked at Michelin Star restaurants and traveled around Asia with the passion of discovering other cuisines and learning other cultures. During his time here in Austin, he met Rosie. Rosie is from the Philippines and she had the opportunity to work in America (that’s when they met and got married YAAAAY!). During her stay here she felt homesick and started to cook dishes that brought her closer to home. She used a lot of her mom’s recipes and read a lot of cookbooks. –

Sammie’s Italian

807 W 6th St
Austin, TX 78703
(512) 474-2054

Named for the matriarch of the Joseph Family, who first started Sammies Drive in 1939, Mildred’s Room is Sammie’s Italian semi-private dining room. Vintage photographs from the Joseph family hang on the walls and the intimate room also holds our extensive wine collection. Capacity for up to 12 people with family-style dining available. In Mildred’s Room, it’s always Sunday dinner. –

Simi Estiatorio

106 E 6th St
Austin, TX 78701
(512) 886-0999

Simi Estiatorio is modern Greek fare in the heart of downtown Austin. You’ll find authentic Mediterranean dishes, fresh seafood, hearty steaks, delicious cocktails, and distinctive wines at Simi. We cant wait to meet you! –

Olamaie at Butler Pitch & Putt

201 Lee Barton Dr.
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 477-4430

The clubhouse now includes our new beer garden, featuring ‘The coldest beer on this side of town lake.™ Local chef and Butler regular Michael Fojtasek of Olamaie restaurant will be serving up his delicious “South Austin Country Club” style food, including his Little Ola’s world-famous biscuit sandwiches. Open daily, 8a – sold out. –

Distant Relatives

3508 E 7th St
Austin, TX 78702
(512) 717-2504

We are inspired by the textures, flavors, heritage, and narrative of the West African diaspora within the United States which by definition includes strong elements of Pecan and mixed hardwood smoke, heightened spice profiles, traditional preservation methods, and a zero-waste approach utilizing products rooted in our Central Texas food system. –

De Nada Cantina

4715 E Cesar Chavez St
Austin, TX 78702
(512) 615-3555

East Austin’s loveliest little taco spot. Handmade tortillas pressed and cooked on the comal, slow-braised meats, and traditionally handcrafted margaritas served in a greenhouse. We’re open most days, most of the time. Nothing fancy, just delicious. Stop by anytime, you’re always welcome at De Nada. –

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