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17 Great Austin Restaurants That Will Cater Your Wedding

A guide to reliably enticing wedding food options

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Austin is an amazing city for food, so it makes sense to have the already reliable favorite restaurants cater weddings. Here’s how to get those favorite dishes and meals to one of the most important days in a person's life.

Austin's wedding catering options include barbecue from Micklethwait Craft Meats, Tex-Mex from Matt’s El Rancho, Southern-Asian fusion from the Peached Tortilla’s food truck, decadent cakes from Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop, Detroit-style pizza from Via 313, Tex-Mex barbecue tacos from Valentina’s Tex Mex BBQ, and plenty more.

To round out the wedding experience, Eater gathered the best bakeries baking wedding cakes, restaurants that offer wedding venue spaces, as well as the city's best private dining rooms.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Garbo's

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The seafood restaurant offers both truck and buffet options for all the lobster rolls a person could want.

Second Bar + Kitchen

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While the Archer Hotel restaurant caters for in-house events, it also has tons of options for catering outside of its Domain Northside location, including simple lunch boxes all the way up to decadent meals.

The Peached Tortilla

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Rent the very popular Southern-Asian food truck for a menu that ranges from casual with fish tacos and sliders, to plated options like ginger salmon and Korean braised short ribs.

Tacos and fries from Peached Tortilla
Tacos and fries from Peached Tortilla
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Black's Barbecue Austin

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Looking to introduce your out-of-town wedding guests to traditional Central Texas barbecue on your special day? This family-owned joint will provide brisket and all the fixins’. 

Via 313 Pizza

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Make a wedding feast out of Detroit-style pizzas from Via 313’s catering branch.

El Chile Café y Cantina

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For those looking for a South of the Border type menu for their big day, look now further than the El Chile Group. This Eastside staple, which recently moved across the street, offers everything from antojitos (passed hors d’oeuvres) to cakes. 

Swedish Hill

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The MML Hospitality bakery offers more than its deli and breakfast goods when it comes to catering events and weddings. Fancy appetizers and rotisserie chicken dinner top the menu, along with dessert platters full of assorted cookies, macarons, brownies, tartlets, and more. 

Walton's Fancy and Staple

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The gourmet grocery store fulfills all wedding needs with catering both sweet and savory with appetizers, salads, platters, and a whole lot of desserts, along with flowers.

A cake from Walton’s
A cake from Walton’s
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Micklethwait Craft Meats

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Having a barbecue buffet at an Austin wedding is a no-brainer. Look out for smoked meats, sides, and pie.

Barbecue, sides, and desserts from Micklethwait Craft Meats
Barbecue, sides, and desserts from Micklethwait Craft Meats
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Popular east side Mexican restaurant Suerte is launching a catering service this month. Chefs will be available to curate a variety of meals, from intimate tasting menus to 75-person taco bars.

Aba Austin

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Your wedding guests can dine on a Mediterranean feast, including dips and spreads, kebabs, and a plethora of mezze, with catering from this SoCo hotspot. 

Chi'lantro

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The popular Mexican-Korean fusion truck offers kimchi fries, bulgogi tacos, and more from its catering menu.

Food from Chi’lantro
Food from Chi’lantro
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Fresa's South First

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In addition to private dining on its spacious patio, this South Austin chicken eatery offers several menu options, including botana stations, passed bites, wood-grilled meals, and taco bars. 

Sugar Mama's Bakeshop

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Kim Kardashian used Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop for Kanye’s birthday cake back in the day, so its custom-designed desserts work well for weddings, too.

A cake from Sugar Mama’s
A cake from Sugar Mama’s
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Matt's Famous El Rancho

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Tacos, enchiladas, and fajitas are the Tex-Mex restaurant’s answer to wedding food. The buffet options range from breakfast, to appetizers, to dinner, along with a full bar.

A Tex-Mex plate from Matt’s
A Tex-Mex plate from Matt’s
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Lucy's Fried Chicken

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Everything fried chicken is the right call for a wedding. Lucy’s doesn’t disappoint with its cold and hot fried chicken, mix of smoked and fried chicken wings, and fried chicken spaghetti, along with the oyster shucking station.

Chicken and waffle bites from Lucy’s Fried Chicken
Chicken and waffle bites from Lucy’s Fried Chicken
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Valentina's Tex Mex BBQ

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Valentina's Tex Mex BBQ brings together the best of Austin's food worlds with barbecue and Tex-Mex. For catering, the truck offers up taco stations, nacho bars, and entrees masquerading as appetizers.

Bites from Valentina’s
Bites from Valentina’s
Valentina’s Tex Mex BBQ/Facebook

Garbo's

The seafood restaurant offers both truck and buffet options for all the lobster rolls a person could want.

Second Bar + Kitchen

While the Archer Hotel restaurant caters for in-house events, it also has tons of options for catering outside of its Domain Northside location, including simple lunch boxes all the way up to decadent meals.

The Peached Tortilla

Tacos and fries from Peached Tortilla
Tacos and fries from Peached Tortilla
Peached Tortilla/Facebook

Rent the very popular Southern-Asian food truck for a menu that ranges from casual with fish tacos and sliders, to plated options like ginger salmon and Korean braised short ribs.

Tacos and fries from Peached Tortilla
Tacos and fries from Peached Tortilla
Peached Tortilla/Facebook

Black's Barbecue Austin

Looking to introduce your out-of-town wedding guests to traditional Central Texas barbecue on your special day? This family-owned joint will provide brisket and all the fixins’. 

Via 313 Pizza

Make a wedding feast out of Detroit-style pizzas from Via 313’s catering branch.

El Chile Café y Cantina

For those looking for a South of the Border type menu for their big day, look now further than the El Chile Group. This Eastside staple, which recently moved across the street, offers everything from antojitos (passed hors d’oeuvres) to cakes. 

Swedish Hill

The MML Hospitality bakery offers more than its deli and breakfast goods when it comes to catering events and weddings. Fancy appetizers and rotisserie chicken dinner top the menu, along with dessert platters full of assorted cookies, macarons, brownies, tartlets, and more. 

Walton's Fancy and Staple

A cake from Walton’s
A cake from Walton’s
Walton’s/Facebook

The gourmet grocery store fulfills all wedding needs with catering both sweet and savory with appetizers, salads, platters, and a whole lot of desserts, along with flowers.

A cake from Walton’s
A cake from Walton’s
Walton’s/Facebook

Micklethwait Craft Meats

Barbecue, sides, and desserts from Micklethwait Craft Meats
Barbecue, sides, and desserts from Micklethwait Craft Meats
Micklethwait Craft Meats/Facebook

Having a barbecue buffet at an Austin wedding is a no-brainer. Look out for smoked meats, sides, and pie.

Barbecue, sides, and desserts from Micklethwait Craft Meats
Barbecue, sides, and desserts from Micklethwait Craft Meats
Micklethwait Craft Meats/Facebook

Suerte

Popular east side Mexican restaurant Suerte is launching a catering service this month. Chefs will be available to curate a variety of meals, from intimate tasting menus to 75-person taco bars.

Aba Austin

Your wedding guests can dine on a Mediterranean feast, including dips and spreads, kebabs, and a plethora of mezze, with catering from this SoCo hotspot. 

Chi'lantro

Food from Chi’lantro
Food from Chi’lantro
Chi’lantro/Facebook

The popular Mexican-Korean fusion truck offers kimchi fries, bulgogi tacos, and more from its catering menu.

Food from Chi’lantro
Food from Chi’lantro
Chi’lantro/Facebook

Fresa's South First

In addition to private dining on its spacious patio, this South Austin chicken eatery offers several menu options, including botana stations, passed bites, wood-grilled meals, and taco bars. 

Sugar Mama's Bakeshop

A cake from Sugar Mama’s
A cake from Sugar Mama’s
Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop/Facebook

Kim Kardashian used Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop for Kanye’s birthday cake back in the day, so its custom-designed desserts work well for weddings, too.

A cake from Sugar Mama’s
A cake from Sugar Mama’s
Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop/Facebook

Matt's Famous El Rancho

A Tex-Mex plate from Matt’s
A Tex-Mex plate from Matt’s
Matt’s El Rancho/Facebook

Tacos, enchiladas, and fajitas are the Tex-Mex restaurant’s answer to wedding food. The buffet options range from breakfast, to appetizers, to dinner, along with a full bar.

A Tex-Mex plate from Matt’s
A Tex-Mex plate from Matt’s
Matt’s El Rancho/Facebook

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Lucy's Fried Chicken

Chicken and waffle bites from Lucy’s Fried Chicken
Chicken and waffle bites from Lucy’s Fried Chicken
Lucy’s Fried Chicken [Official]

Everything fried chicken is the right call for a wedding. Lucy’s doesn’t disappoint with its cold and hot fried chicken, mix of smoked and fried chicken wings, and fried chicken spaghetti, along with the oyster shucking station.

Chicken and waffle bites from Lucy’s Fried Chicken
Chicken and waffle bites from Lucy’s Fried Chicken
Lucy’s Fried Chicken [Official]

Valentina's Tex Mex BBQ

Bites from Valentina’s
Bites from Valentina’s
Valentina’s Tex Mex BBQ/Facebook

Valentina's Tex Mex BBQ brings together the best of Austin's food worlds with barbecue and Tex-Mex. For catering, the truck offers up taco stations, nacho bars, and entrees masquerading as appetizers.

Bites from Valentina’s
Bites from Valentina’s
Valentina’s Tex Mex BBQ/Facebook

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