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Austin Events: February 2016

February 2, 2016

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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, so we have compiled a few restaurant recommendations for you. As local Austinites ourselves, it wasn’t too hard for us to hand-pick some of our favorites. Dine with your date this year at one of our top 4 selections!

APIS RESTAURANT – Take your honey to enjoy some honey! This apiary features a wide array of globally-inspired dishes bound to be appreciated by just about anybody! Apis has their own garden that supplies some of their own produces and sustains 20 bee hives. Located in the beautiful Spicewood, Texas, we bet your date will appreciate you for such a sweet, unique treat!

FIXE – Known as the “soul of the South,” Fixe has a lot to bring to the table. Arguably one of Austin’s finest southern eateries, Fixe is one of our own most recent discoveries that has quickly become a favorite. With everything from crispy catfish to lobster & crawfish pot pie, you can’t go wrong here! An extra tip from us – start off with their biscuits. We promise you won’t regret it!

MANUEL’S – It wouldn’t be a list chosen by Austinites if there wasn’t a place that served chile con queso! With locations both in the heart of downtown and in Jollyville, this hip eatery has maintained its spot as one of our favorites. Whether we simply just need some margaritas and queso on a Friday night, or we want to indulge in some regional Mexican cooking, we always know where to go! And with all high quality, local and seasonal ingredients, Manuel’s knows how to provide the community with all that and more!

UCHI – This contemporary has become a classic for us. Sushi and sake make for a combo that can’t be beat! And with that being said, Uchi sure knows how to do it right. Situated on South Lamar, the restaurant has won multiple awards, while winning its way into our hearts! Take your date to enjoy a great selection of Japanese classics at this popular Austin staple!

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