Fodor's Expert Review Salty Sow
This porcine-themed gastropub in the midst of East Manor’s burgeoning food scene might sport a range of pig illustrations and artwork on their walls, but their contemporary farmhouse cuisine extends far beyond pork. Diverse options include bacon and gruyere-roasted bone marrow, slow-cooked beef shoulder, and chicken liver mousse. And sides like crispy brussel sprout leaves with golden raisins and duck fat fries, topped with a 110-minute egg and béarnaise sauce, are equally indulgent. The daily happy hour is one of the city’s best, with crowds filling out the patio and two indoor dining rooms for specialty cocktails and spectacular small plates, like honey-rosemary dipped fried chicken, for around $5 each.
1917 Manor Rd.
Austin, Texas 78722, USA