Itching to discover the newest restaurant and retail additions to Austin? From a Chinese eatery to an Asian fusion spot and cocktail bar, read on for the newest spots to debut recently.
China Cafe is a bar and Chinese spot, offering seafood and more that's located at 14005 N. Highway 183, Suite 600.
The lunch menu features over 40 options like Hunan beef, General Tso's chicken and sweet and sour shrimp. Dinner offerings include chef's specials like coconut curry shrimp and roast duck with vegetables.
TLV Israeli Street food
TLV Israeli Street food is a new Middle Eastern spot that's located at 111 Congress Ave., Fareground Food Hall.
On the menu, you'll find items like Israeli salad, roasted eggplant, a kofta pita with beef and lamb, tzaziki sauce and red cabbage salad. Craving something sweet? Try Sufganiyah, a round jelly doughnut inspired by the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah.
Louisiana Crab Shack
Head over to 2525 W. Anderson Lane, Suite 265, in Allandale and you'll find Louisiana Crab Shack, a Cajun/Creole spot.
Be prepared to feast on boiled seafood in a bag, fried baskets, combos, po'boy sandwiches and more. Choose from menu options like soft shell blue crab, shrimp, oysters, catfish or chicken, then add that extra kick with Cajun, lemon pepper and garlic spread seasonings. Wash it down with one of this spot's domestic or imported beers.
Wander over to 1315 W. Sixth St. in Old West Austin and you'll find Bar Peached, a cocktail bar and Asian fusion spot, offering desserts and more.
Courtesy of The Peached Tortilla team, this new bar's drink menu is inspired by Mexican and South Korean flavors. Cocktails include the Beetlejuice (with tequila, beet, lime and cilantro) and the Kyoto Kiss (made with gin, raspberry, yuzu, shisito, egg white and preserved raspberries). Bingsu, Korean-style shaved ice, is another treat on the menu — flavors include Choco-Monster with Oreos and caramel, and Matcha Parfait with peach ice cream and matcha powder.