10 Best Restaurants to Enjoy at The Domain in North Austin

After a long day of shopping, you deserve to pull up a chair at the finest restaurants in North Austin. Lucky for you, they’re all in one place when you hit up The Domain. From mouthwatering fast-casual joints to the most exclusive dining establishments, The Domain has everything you could possibly be craving. Here are the 10 best restaurants at The Domain to check off your Austin bucket list.

Flyrite Chicken

11420 Rock Rose Ave, Austin, TX 78758

Boasting classic chicken sandwiches done incredibly right every single time, Flyrite Chicken only uses all-natural ingredients to prove that fast food doesn’t have to sacrifice qualify. There’s even a vegan patty for the veg-heads.

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Velvet Taco

11501 Rock Rose Ave Ste 160, Austin, TX 78758

If you’re here for fast-casual Mexican food, head to Chipotle. Meanwhile, Velvet Taco transforms the meaning of a fusion restaurant into a revolutionary concept that tastes almost too good to be true. Chicken & Waffles and Korean Fried Rice are among the experimental tacos; don’t forget to wash them down with a Kick Ass Margarita.

Culinary Dropout

11721 Rock Rose Ave Ste #100, Austin, TX 78758

A gastropub through and through, Culinary Dropout brings the best of The Domain together in one communal atmosphere for sporting events, celebrations, parties, and more. Enjoy Game Day on the big screen TVs while you’re chowing down on the menu’s staple item: 36-Hour Pork Ribs.

Flower Child

11721 Rock Rose Ave Suite #160, Austin, TX 78758

Craving something totally fresh? You’ll find just what you need at Flower Child, The Domain’s haven for vegetarian/vegan and gluten-free folks (carnivores also welcome). Pick a protein—chicken, steak, tofu, salmon, shrimp—and two sides—like Indian Spiced Cauliflower and Red Chile Glazed Sweet Potato—to complete your meal.

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The Park

11601 Domain Dr #200, Austin, TX 78758

A sports bar where you can sport your sport coat, The Park is upscale, dignified, and yet, you gotta get a beer. Surprisingly affordable plates include classic American eats: wings, tacos, craft pizza, and plenty of appetizers.

Gloria’s Latin Cuisine

3309 Esperanza Crossing Suite #100, Austin, TX 78758

Slightly off-course from the centre of The Domain, Gloria’s Latin Cuisine is worth the extra steps. Exquisite Salvadorian cuisine awaits the epicure, ever drawn to the savory smells and obvious luxury. Back before COVID, Gloria’s hosted electrifying Salsa & Nightlife evenings that we hope will return this year.

Cyclone Anaya’s Tex-Mex Cantina

3120 Palm Way #170, Austin, TX 78758

Brunch is legendary at this Tex-Mex Cantina. Cyclone is known for helping Austinites complete the perfect trifecta of food, football, and day-drinking on Sunday afternoons, so make sure to hit them up on Game Day for penny mimosa refills after you buy the $12.99 bottomless deal (Micheladas, Bloody Marys, and Shandies also available).

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JINYA Ramen Bar

3210 Esperanza Crossing Suite 130, Austin, TX 78758

The wait was over an hour when we last visited JINYA, which only proves it’s stood the test of time; truly saying something in a pandemic era. They slow-cook their ramen for 10 hours—probably why it’s so damn good—and then build a bowl out of delicious ingredients like pork chashu and seasoned eggs.

Mia Italian Tapas & Bar

11420 Rock Rose Ave Suite 120, Austin, TX 78758

Gorgeously intimate and refreshingly understated, Mia Italian Tapas is an ever-sparkling jewel in The Domain’s belt of obscure eateries. Dignified staff will recommend a selective wine pairing with your shareable plates, which could include anything from truffle fries to crab cakes to tuna tartare. Word to the wise: don’t keep your date waiting here alone.

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Paul Martin’s Austin Grill

3120 Palm Way #130, Austin, TX 78758

You’ve probably been here on a company outing at least once. Known for its subtle superiority, praised for its divine wine and fare, Paul Martin’s invites you to enjoy an evening in awe of the finer things in life.

 

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