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Certified Open: 416 Bar & Grille, Daito, More

A roundup of the month’s restaurant openings.

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416 Bar & Grille
416 Bar & Grille
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

1) 416 Bar & Grille — The father and son-helmed Americana restaurant officially opened last week on Burnet Road. Small and large plates, along with drinks and sweets from local Austin bakeries like Tiny Pies and Austin Cakeball, are available.

[Photo: Tom L./Yelp]

2) Daito — The new authentic Japanese eatery with Osaka chefs, Daito, opened at the end of last month, bringing udon and more to campus. One Yelper noted the excellent service: "He brought out our food in a timely manner and stopped serving momentarily to explain to us the best way of eating each dish to make the most of the flavors and deliciousness."

[Photo: Y’all Down Home Cafe/Facebook]

3) Y'all Down Home Cafe — A bit further out in Manor, comfort food can be found over at Y'all Down Home Cafe. Everything is made from scratch, including the smothered chicken wings, jambalaya, and peach cobbler.

[Photo: Charlie O./Yelp]

4) Tea Haus — Inspired by coffee and tea shops from Taiwan and Korea, Tea Haus opened up in Allandale this month. Also on the menu are bubble tea, juices, and fried chicken.

[Photo: Alicia K./Yelp]

5) Chada Thai — Thai food came to Cedar Park this month with the opening of Chada Thai. One Yelper said, "If you are looking for high quality, flavorful Thai food with good service with a nice ambience, Cha-da Thai is where it's at."

6) Caspian Grill — The new grill brings Persian cuisine to Austin, including stews, kabobs, and baklava. The food was so good to one Yelper, who said it got the title of "favorite Persian restaurant outside of my mom's own kitchen!"