Our Hotspots

Here's where you'll find us - and where we hope to find you - when not stepping out with The Supper Club.


4200 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX

James Beard Award-winning Chef Tyson Cole brings a unique style of experimentation to Japanese farmhouse flavors to his co-owned restaurant Uchiko. With over 10 years under his belt studying in Tokyo, New York, and Austin, his flavor palate is constantly evolving.


Justine's Brasserie

1303 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78702

Known equally for its lively, buzzing atmosphere and its authentic, delectable French cuisine, Justine's Brasserie is a premiere spot to gather with friends. Its rich bordello-red walls, ambient lighting and picturesque outdoor patio space reflect a New Orleans-style vibe - the perfect setting for enjoying an evening of indulgence.


Central Standard

1603 South Congress Avenue Austin, TX 78704

Central Standard Kitchen & Bar's timeless atmosphere is the perfect home for the aromatic menu items and raw bar. American hearty entrees and seafood are at the core of the menu and the mussels are to die for.



1209 Rosewood Avenue, Austin, Texas 78702

Rosewood is one of our favorite spots, located blocks from downtown, Rosewood is perched on the hill at the intersection of Rosewood Avenue and 11th Street in East Austin. Step into the historic Haynes-DeLashwah House built in 1890 for a truly exceptional culinary experience of South Texas cuisine from Chef/Owner Jesse DeLeon. Get ready to eat your heart out!



1011 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704

Aba is a Mediterranean restaurant originating from Chicago’s historic Fulton Market District. Aba, meaning father in Hebrew, incorporates Chef CJ Jacobson’s lighter style of cooking with influences from the Mediterranean, including Israel, Lebanon, Turkey, and Greece. The bar program, crafted by Liz Pearce, showcases rare Mediterranean-inspired wines and spirits.


Odd Duck

1201 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704

This upscale brick-and-mortar eatery is one of Austin's most prominent food truck success stories. Channeling traditional Southern ideals, Odd Duck is a farm-to-table restaurant that touts a friendly, vintage-feeling atmosphere and menu. The locally sourced and made-from-scratch dishes crafted by owner Bryce Gilmore are founded upon Southern cuisine and elevated with ethnic influences.


Kemuri Tatsu-ya

2713 E 2nd St, Austin, TX 78702

Quoted by critics as "a harmonious culinary and cultural mash-up," this Texan-Japanese izakaya gained popularity and multiple awards immediately following its launch just two years ago. Co-owners and Chefs Tatsu Aikawa and Takuya Matsumoto, the culinary masters behind Austin staple Ramen Tatsu-ya, opened Kemuri as a way to present a refreshing tableau of fusion dishes that can't be found anywhere else in Austin. Kemuri Tatsu-ya's combination of high-quality, unique dishes served in a fun and relaxing atmosphere makes it the perfect place to catch up with friends and family.


Red Ash Italia

303 Colorado St #200, Austin, TX 78701

Big, bold dishes influenced by the culinary traditions of Northern and Southern Italy are served up in this industrial-chic Downtown space. Owner and Executive Chef John Carver's expertly crafted menu features fresh handmade pastas, pristine seafood and locally sourced prime meats roasted on the restaurant's custom-built wood-burning grill.


Barley Swine

6555 Burnet Rd #400, Austin, TX 78757

Foodie hot spot serving small, eclectic plates that are ever-changing with the seasonal availability of local offerings. These tantalizing dishes prepared by Chef Bryce Gilmore are all Texas-inspired and served in a rustically chic setting. Chef Gilmore's emphasis on creative, evolving cuisine keeps guests excited to see what is next - securing the restaurant's standing as an Austin staple.



2612 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78702

Run by husband and wife culinary duo Ian Thurwachter and Krystal Craig, this comfortable fine-dining spot boasts a nose-to-tail, whole-plant approach to a highly seasonal, frequently changing menu. The warm, family-friendly site also features an artisanal chocolate counter, an ample bar, and a patio for locally roasted coffee or happy hour cocktails and snacks.


Swift's Attic

315 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701

Buzzing, retro-chic downtown space serving up craft beers, cocktails and innovative culinary creations in a historic building. The modern steam-punk style decor complements the restaurant's eclectic New American dishes, featuring unconventional meats (goat, pork cheeks, etc.) in both large entrees and small sharing plates.



615 S. Lamar Austin, TX 78704

For Austinites by Austinites. Eberly was founded by a group of Austinites, not only as a tribute to the courage and free spirit of our namesake, but also as a reminder that Austin is still worth fighting for.

Eberly is home to the 150-year-old Cedar Tavern bar of the historic Cedar Tavern of Greenwich Village, once a hangout for the likes of Jack Kerouac, Bob Dylan and Jackson Pollock it is considered a living piece of history and a true work of art. Its menu of contemporary American cuisine rotates seasonally, so there are always new surprises.