Fall & New Menu Items Northwest ATX

A Guide to Fall Menus in Northwest Austin’s Mom & Pop Eateries


Sip Saam Thai

6301 W Parmer Ln #505, Austin, TX 78729

The flavors at Sip Saam are always so fresh and bright. If you’ve missed this spot, you should go now. Great food and prices, plus a cool space they’ve recently renovated. They’re currently featuring a Green Curry Kabocha Squash & Shrimp, with tender Kabocha Squash. Made w/ minty basil herbs, bamboo shoots, and green onions and served w/ Jasmine Rice.

 

Above Photos Courtesy of Sip Saam

They also have a new dish, Vermicelli Noodle Pad Se Ew, which is Glass noodles wok’d in our dark Sweet Soy and Garlic Sauce and a choice of Chicken, Pork or Tofu, Shrimp/Beef, or Combo.

For dessert, try the Pumpkin Thai Custard,  a traditional Thai dessert made of soft pumpkin, egg custard, and coconut milk.


UZEAT – Traditional Uzbek Cuisine

8650 Spicewood Springs Rd Suite 119, Austin, TX 78759

UZEAT Restaurant hosts a variety of events, including this month’s celebrations (be sure to check their website for info). But not only that, they have an incredible menu of Uzbek dishes that make you feel right at home. If you haven’t visited, head in and try something new! New to the neighborhood!UZSign

For information and reservations: 512-992-0128, Tue-Sun 11am – 9pm.


Oasthouse Kitchen & Bar

8300 N FM 620 e, Austin, TX 78726

Both the food and beverage menus feature seasonal fare at Oasthouse. Check out the seasonal cocktails and rotating taps, as well as farm-to-table seasonal items on the dinner menu. Always outstanding.


Fat Dragon

8650 Spicewood Springs Rd #109, Austin, TX 78759

There are several new dishes on the Fat Dragon Menu, and they consider their menu a work-in-progress. Welcome them to the neighborhood! The new restaurants need neighborhood support, and Fat Dragon’s staff is happy to welcome us.

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Photos below courtesy of Fat Dragon

Kerbey Lane Cafe

13435 US-183 #415, Austin, TX 78750

Kerbey Lane Cafe always offers seasonal fare. If you’re the type to go crazy over pumpkin stuff, you’ll be delighted by the Pumpkin Pancakes and the Pumpkin French Toast Platter. Not everybody goes for pumpkin spice though, which is fine because they’ve got all kinds of other Fall treats such as Chili & Cornbread — Akaushi beef chili, mixed cheese, red onions, homemade grilled cornbread, the Harvest Omelet, and Green Chili Pork Hash. Check out the whole seasonal menu here.

Photos Courtesy of Kerbey Lane Cafe

They also offer $5 cocktails & appetizers during happy hour, Monday through Friday from 3-6:30 PM and $5 frozen drinks on weekends from 10 AM-3 PM. A great cocktail to try for Fall would be the Maple Tap (Whiskey, lemon, maple syrup, black walnut bitters, oranges.)…sounds divine!


Mod Pizza

Plaza Volente 3.5 mi · Austin, TX
“The Kevin” Pizza is an awesome use of seasonal ingredients. A gorgeous pizza topped with pumpkin, arugula, mozzarella, Canadian bacon, Mama Lil’s peppers, and balsamic fig glaze.

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Cupprimo Cupcakery & Coffee Spot

8650 Spicewood Springs Rd #105, Austin, TX 78759

Cupprimo has daily specials throughout the Fall…I’ll be a Friday girl for that German Chocolate Cupcake, and Wednesday isn’t looking so bad with Butterbeer (Butterscotch Toffee Cake filled with and drizzled with butterscotch and topped with crumbled toffee). Their cupcakes are always beautiful and decadent, and the seasonal menu is full of amazing flavors.

CupprimoFallMenuPhotos Courtesy of Cupprimo

Note that this post represents either locally owned restaurants and/or small local-based chains. I was not compensated for any content in this post.

If you have a suggestion for something I missed in this post, let me know in the comments below.

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