This northwest Austin version of the Alamo brand isn't quite what the other locations are. We've often had trouble getting because its so busy. The food is good and it is handy to be able to eat good food and watch a movie.
We saw UP here last summer. It's a great Austin experience. The food is really good and the preshow is always worth the trip.
China Cafe can be counted on for good service and well prepared Chinese food. It's a great place for a "Christmas Story" Christmas Day dinner.
This is a family run business where you will feel like a special guest. Their pho is awesome and skewers are delicious.
Saccone's serves up an awesome Jersey style pizza. It's chewier than New York style and is great when you have it at the restaurant right out of the oven.
As good as the original but more comfortable. We took a large party here, all had big meals and the total was really reasonable. The Hyde Park fries are the best food in the world.
This place is a real treasure. It is definitely cozy, only 5 or 6 tables but a big menu for breakfast and lunch. The pancakes are great.
Always crowded but consistently good, Little Anita's has excellent Mexican food with a New Mexican twist. The #3 combo is great. My husband likes to get the vegetarian options.
We were sad to see this go out of business. They showed good films and were a real asset to the neighborhood.
This is a new kind of dining experience. They make mini burgers, bigger than a slider but smaller than a burger with lots of flavors mixed in. Their soups are good and they have plenty on the menu for vegetarians. The prices are reasonable and the atmosphere is pleasant with nice eco-friendly design touches. This location is in the Streets of Southglenn which is finally bringing variety to dining in Centennial.