Now it’s time for the quarterly update of the Eater 38, the answer to any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant...?" This highly elite group covers the entire city, spans myriad cuisines and budgets, and collectively satisfies all of everyone’s restaurant needs, from taco trucks to fine dining spots.
Every quarter, Eater Austin will add pertinent restaurants that were omitted, have become newly eligible (open for at least six months), or have stepped up their game to keep the list fresh. The fall update adds El Alma, Cafe Nena’i, and Sugar Pine to the lineup, and says farewell to Texas French Bread, Holy Roller, and El Naranjo (ahead of its impending closure on Rainey Street in November, though the very recently opened South Lamar location is still there). Pay respects to the running list of retirees over at the Eater 38 archive.
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