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Austin’s Newest Restaurant Openings, Now on Resy

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Want to know the latest — and greatest — restaurant openings in Austin? You’re in the right spot.

From a self-titled “spooky Italian” hot spot to an award-winning cocktail bar straight out of New York, we have you covered with this continuously updated list of hot new debuts.

And if you’re seeking out some beloved Austin spots that are now bookable on Resy, we’ve got you covered here.

The Dead Rabbit Austin Downtown Austin

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The Manhattan original of this quintessential modern Irish pub has been named “the world’s best bar” more than once, but this Austin location might give it some competition for its impeccable cocktails, displays of first-rate Irish art, and of course (this being Austin) abundant live music.

Note: Reservations are out starting on July 1.

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Casa Bianca East Cesar Chavez

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Casa Bianca limoncello doughnuts
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At this East Austin bright spot, chef and co-owner Joseph Zoccoli — a veteran of the Uchi group — cooks what he calls “weirdo Italian.” That translates to housemade pastas with a twist (the cavatelli comes with lamb and sunflower seed ragù), innovative raw bar offerings (clams casino encased in baked pasta), and other such off-the-wall delights. 

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Casa Bianca limoncello doughnuts
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Parkside Downtown Austin

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This pioneering 6th Street gastropub — an Austin standby since it opened in 2008 — has a fresh look, with bigger windows, better booths, a wood-burning oven, and a covered patio. Come to enjoy old favorites (including sea-fresh oysters) and do pay attention to menu additions that take advantage of the kitchen’s new live-fire grilling capabilities.

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Gina’s on Congress Downtown Austin

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France meets Italy in the kitchen (gougères, say hello to giardiniera) at this intimate Congress Street bistro from the team behind Gusto Italian Kitchen + Wine and Gràcia Mediterranean. The classy cocktail list includes seven variations on the Negroni, and the sides include shoestring fries with housemade mayo that are so good you might want a second helping.

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TRONA East Austin

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Here’s a secret you’ll want to share with someone special: a luminous 49-seat Oaxacan/Japanese-inspired speakeasy from the proprietors of Camp East and El Tigre. Expect acres of handsome wood furnishings and a knockout selection of mezcals and prized Japanese whiskies, straight or in imaginative cocktail form.

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Zoé Tong Zilker

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An array of Zoé Tong dishes
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You’ll definitely want a seat in the cool-vibe dining room at this modern Chinese place in Barton Springs created by New York City transplants Simone Tong (Little Tong Noodle House) and her husband, Matthew Hyland (the Emily Squared pizza chain). Don’t miss the scallion tortilla-pancake.

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An array of Zoé Tong dishes
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Fresa’s – 360 & Westlake Dr Davenport Ranch West

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You know you’d like to be here, at this third location of Austin’s popular Fresa’s — devouring their trademark wood-grilled achiote-and-citrus or Yucatán-spiced chicken (or something else from the enticing Mexican menu), sipping a margarita or an agua fresca, looking out on a Hill Country vista.

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Gràcia Mediterranean Rosedale

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Cameron Lockley, proprietor of the popular Gusto Italian Kitchen + Wine in Rosedale, expresses his love for the entire Mediterranean with this wine-and-seafood-focused delight next door to Gusto, where the culinary ports of call include Spain, Greece, and Turkey.

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AKB Domain NORTHSIDE

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Soaring wraparound windows, opulent leather seating, a communal table, an elegant bar, original cocktails (try the Texas ti’, which boldly mixes Scotch and bourbon), and morning-to-night meals from irresistibly eclectic menus — what’s not to like about this signature bar at the Archer Hotel?

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Ling Wu Asian Restaurant Southwest Austin

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Chef Ling Qi Wu (of Lin Asian Bar) scores again with this luminous Chinese establishment in southwest Austin. Look for showpiece dishes like Peking duck with foie gras paste and salt and pepper whole red snapper — and definitely put the extravagant dim sum brunch on your calendar.

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Ling Kitchen

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You’ll definitely want to reserve a couple of places at this 10-seat gem from culinary master Ling Qi Wu (of Lin Asian Bar, Qi, etc.) in North Austin, where she’ll serve a weekly chef’s table tasting menu guaranteed to redefine your experience of Chinese cuisine.

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