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11 expert recommendations
This Victorian brasserie could very well be a figment of the imagination. It's located in the furthest recesses of the eastside. Beyond bohemianism.
Super sexy late-night dining (with a side of steak frites). Full review →
Hidden amid the warehouses of East Austin, Justine's rustic collage and gated garden feel like discoveries, even though they're just a ten-minute cab ride from South Congress Avenue Full review →
On a distinctly unromantic stretch of far East 5th Street, this intimate French brasserie is a romantic oasis, perfect for any first date or special occasion celebration. Full review →
Much of the concise menu is occupied by well-executed French classics. Full review →Make sure the soupe a l'oignon finds its way into your meal, because the broth's rich flavor is spiked with an uncharacteristic porto-sherry combination that leaves your spoon searching the bowl for one last drop.
With a lovely garden setting festooned with fairy lights, Justine's is a top spot for wowing a date. Full review →
EAT HERE. Thank us later. Full review →
Tucked among the trees and humble houses of this quiet East Austin neighborhood, you'll find expertly executed French brasserie cuisine Full review →
It’s hard to find traditional French food in Austin, but Justine’s hits the mark Full review →
Located in Austin’s up-and-coming East Side, Justine’s is a fantastic French bistro that attracts a stylish hipster crew, eager for expertly crafted steak frites and garlicky escargot. Full review →
Set in a "seriously industrial" neighborhood in East Austin, this "hip" little bungalow serves an "all-out French" brasserie menu highlighting steak frites and duck confit. Full review →