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Lenoir
Lenoir focuses on sourcing ingredients as close to home as possible. Lenoir/Facebook
Bufalina Pizza
Bufalina dishes up exceptional ingredients on bubbly crusts. Bufalina/Instagram
launderette tournament
Launderette takes a free-spirited approach to its menu. Photo by Melody Fury
Wu Chow
Wu Chow’s dim-sum service, wok-fired dishes, and elevated aesthetics set a new bar for modern Chinese-American dining. Photo by Melody Fury
Counter 3.FIVE.VII Austin restaurant counter dish plate
Counter 3. Five. VII offers one of the most progressive dining experiences in town. Photo courtesy of Counter 3. Five. VII
Dai Due butcher shop
Popular Dai Due gained its neighborhood fanfare quickly by offering unconventional comfort fare. Photo courtesy of Dai Due
Qui Austin restaurant
Qui delivers some of the most outside-thinking food in town without the pretense. Qui/Facebook