The Cherrywood neighborhood has established itself as a prime player in Austin’s food and drink scene over the last several years and continues to grow in popularity. Need to know where to go for happy hour, a quick bite or a more formal dinner in the area? Read on for Eater’s dining picks.
For casual eats, El Chilito and Mi Madre’s serve as the backbone for quick, delicious tacos, while Abo Youssef dishes up tasty Mediterranean options from a food truck. For something more, make a reservation at Dai Due for its popular supper club (grab some meat from the butcher shop while you’re at it), and stop by Salty Sow for great cocktails and elevated American fare. Devour down-home Southern goodness from Hoover’s Cooking. Wrap up the evening with a stop at Mezcaleria & Agave Bar for mezcal and agave-based cocktails.
For the purposes of this map, the Cherrywood neighborhood is considered east of I-35, with west of Airport Boulevard, and north of Manor Road. serving as the boundaries.
For other neighborhood guides, check out Eater’s picks for South Congress, downtown Austin, Oak Hill, Round Rock, UT’s campus, Westlake, East Side, Mueller, the Domain, and the comprehensive Austin guide.
Everything below is listed in geographical order, from north to south. If a favorite Cherrywood spot is missing, let Eater know through the tipline or in the comments.Read More