Fodor's Expert Review Foreign & Domestic
It’s been almost five years since chef/owner Ned Elliott opened his upscale, 47-seat North Loop gastropub, deep in the heart of the locavore and “nose to tail” movements. And it’s remained a reliably inventive hotspot that keeps loyal patrons on their toes with seasonal (and daily rotating) creations, from fried pig ears and shishito peppers to fresh market fish artfully accented with squid ink and foamed butter. F&D's menu isn't tailored to finicky eaters, but this is the place to be for adventurous foodies. The restaurant recently expanded their dinner-only hours to include a daily coffee and breakfast menu, featuring signature pastries, like their baked popovers, French omelets, and waffles.
306 E. 53rd St.
Austin, Texas 78751, USA