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The 8 Best Austin Restaurant Weeks Deals

Which prix fixe menus offer the most bang for your buck

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The second annual Austin Restaurant Weeks kicks off next week. Participating local restaurants will offer prix fixe brunch, lunch, cocktail, and/or dinner specials, which will partially benefit the Central Texas Food Bank. It runs from Thursday, August 15 through Monday, September 2.

Currently, there are 104 Austin restaurants and bars taking part in the 19-day event. Eater combed through all the deals to find the most exciting and best bang-for-your-buck offerings. This includes the Brewer’s Table’s famous pork ribs, handmade pasta from Il Brutto, and a killer menu of summer ingredients from Foreign & Domestic.

Not all restaurants have finalized the offerings yet (most notably: Barley Swine, Odd Duck, and Pitchfork Pretty’s seven-course dinner) so watch this space for updates.

Lunches are $20 for two to three courses, whereas dinners are either $35 or $50 for three to five courses. There may also be cocktail specials available for $12 or beer/wine specials. A few restaurants are donating when specific menu items are ordered, like Suerte donating $1 for each suadero taco sold or Blue Owl donating $5 per growler of its Wild Boss with Peaches. This map mostly focuses on dinner options.

(While the names are very similar, this Austin Restaurant Weeks isn’t related to Austin Restaurant Week, which was last held in 2014.)

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Foreign & Domestic

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This neighborhood North Loop restaurant is offering a $35 three-course menu full of summer flavors: melon salad with mint; seared scallops with corn and tomatoes; and buttermilk pie with peaches.

Buttermilk pie from Foreign & Domestic
Buttermilk pie from Foreign & Domestic
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L'Oca d'Oro

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There are meat and vegetarian options for each course at the Mueller Italian restaurant. Choose from meatballs or mozzarella with peaches, pasta with sausage and peppers or polenta, and cannoli or sweet corn polenta for dessert, all for $35.

L’Oca d’Oro
L’Oca d’Oro
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This Peruvian restaurant from James Beard-nominated chef Maribel Rivero has a fair sampling of dishes during Austin Restaurant Weeks, with two options for each of the three courses of its $35 dinner. While the ceviches are sadly not included, try the Pescado Luisa (gulf drum with lemongrass ahi sauce) or crispy heritage pork, along with an appetizer and dessert.

Yuyo’s interior restaurant space
Yuyo’s interior restaurant space
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Fixe Southern House

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One of the few exciting brunch options, Southern restaurant Fixe offers a three-course meal that includes a deviled egg, little gem salad, then choice of brunch entree (burger, French toast, eggs benedict).

Brioche French toast at Fixe
Brioche French toast at Fixe
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Il Brutto

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This east side Italian restaurant offers two options for each course of the $35 dinner menu: crostini; burrata or salad; cacio e pepe or lasagna; and tiramisu or a gelato tasting.

A shallow bowl of long pasta with a cream sauce.
Cacio e pepe from Il Brutto
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The new restaurant at the Four Seasons offers a chance to dine in luxury for a good cause. The $50 dinner menu offers two Peruvian-inspired courses like octopus and lomo saltado, plus a creamsicle or chocolate pudding cake for dessert.

Ciclo’s patio
Ciclo’s patio
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The Brewer's Table

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Beer-centric The Brewer’s Table has both $35 and $50 menu options, but the former tempts with crusty hearth bread with mesquite butter and beef tartare before forcing the impossible choice between the restaurant’s lauded pork ribs and juicy hearth burger.

Bread from The Brewer’s Table
Bread from The Brewer’s Table
Logan Crable

Lucky Robot

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Sustainable sushi restaurant Lucky Robot’s four-course menu includes Nikkei (Japanese-Peruvian fusion) items like striped bass with aji amarillo and a sweet summer melon dessert.

A long white plate with various sushi pieces.
Sushi from Lucky Robot
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Foreign & Domestic

Buttermilk pie from Foreign & Domestic
Buttermilk pie from Foreign & Domestic
Foreign & Domestic [Official]

This neighborhood North Loop restaurant is offering a $35 three-course menu full of summer flavors: melon salad with mint; seared scallops with corn and tomatoes; and buttermilk pie with peaches.

Buttermilk pie from Foreign & Domestic
Buttermilk pie from Foreign & Domestic
Foreign & Domestic [Official]

L'Oca d'Oro

L’Oca d’Oro
L’Oca d’Oro
Robert Lerma/EATX

There are meat and vegetarian options for each course at the Mueller Italian restaurant. Choose from meatballs or mozzarella with peaches, pasta with sausage and peppers or polenta, and cannoli or sweet corn polenta for dessert, all for $35.

L’Oca d’Oro
L’Oca d’Oro
Robert Lerma/EATX

Yuyo

Yuyo’s interior restaurant space
Yuyo’s interior restaurant space
Courtney Pierce/EATX

This Peruvian restaurant from James Beard-nominated chef Maribel Rivero has a fair sampling of dishes during Austin Restaurant Weeks, with two options for each of the three courses of its $35 dinner. While the ceviches are sadly not included, try the Pescado Luisa (gulf drum with lemongrass ahi sauce) or crispy heritage pork, along with an appetizer and dessert.

Yuyo’s interior restaurant space
Yuyo’s interior restaurant space
Courtney Pierce/EATX

Fixe Southern House

Brioche French toast at Fixe
Brioche French toast at Fixe
Fixe Southern House/Facebook

One of the few exciting brunch options, Southern restaurant Fixe offers a three-course meal that includes a deviled egg, little gem salad, then choice of brunch entree (burger, French toast, eggs benedict).

Brioche French toast at Fixe
Brioche French toast at Fixe
Fixe Southern House/Facebook

Il Brutto

A shallow bowl of long pasta with a cream sauce.
Cacio e pepe from Il Brutto
Il Brutto [Official]

This east side Italian restaurant offers two options for each course of the $35 dinner menu: crostini; burrata or salad; cacio e pepe or lasagna; and tiramisu or a gelato tasting.

A shallow bowl of long pasta with a cream sauce.
Cacio e pepe from Il Brutto
Il Brutto [Official]

Ciclo

Ciclo’s patio
Ciclo’s patio
Ciclo [Official]

The new restaurant at the Four Seasons offers a chance to dine in luxury for a good cause. The $50 dinner menu offers two Peruvian-inspired courses like octopus and lomo saltado, plus a creamsicle or chocolate pudding cake for dessert.

Ciclo’s patio
Ciclo’s patio
Ciclo [Official]

The Brewer's Table

Bread from The Brewer’s Table
Bread from The Brewer’s Table
Logan Crable

Beer-centric The Brewer’s Table has both $35 and $50 menu options, but the former tempts with crusty hearth bread with mesquite butter and beef tartare before forcing the impossible choice between the restaurant’s lauded pork ribs and juicy hearth burger.

Bread from The Brewer’s Table
Bread from The Brewer’s Table
Logan Crable

Lucky Robot

A long white plate with various sushi pieces.
Sushi from Lucky Robot
Lucky Robot/Facebook

Sustainable sushi restaurant Lucky Robot’s four-course menu includes Nikkei (Japanese-Peruvian fusion) items like striped bass with aji amarillo and a sweet summer melon dessert.

A long white plate with various sushi pieces.
Sushi from Lucky Robot
Lucky Robot/Facebook

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