Our fresh, flavorful and innovative menus showcase the bold and robust flavors of Arizona, California, Louisiana, New Mexico and Texas. We take ... More
Z'Tejas Austin 6th St
Our fresh, flavorful and innovative menus showcase the bold and robust flavors of Arizona, California, Louisiana, New Mexico and Texas. We take traditional ingredients, spices and cooking techniques from around the South to create a taste without borders. To make a reservation for parties of eight or more, please call the restaurant directly
We love Z Tejas... The food is wonderful, we love to sit up to the bar and chat with the bartenders, they are AWESOME! Nice to have the option of in or outdoors as well. Highly recommend to anyone that's looking for a unique twist on an old favorite!
I tried the fish salad years ago, and it's still my favorite. The combination of rainbow trout, greens, spiced walnuts and goat cheese is awesome. I live in Kansas City now and can't find anything like it here. It's the best.
My expreince at this place, was amazing.It was made me fall in love with Austin Texas. The staff where just there at the right timings. I plan to move to Austin within the next year. I got to sit outside each time I was there. The food and the drinks where mouth melting amazing. I the birds where the funniest thing that has ever happened. They would come snag a chip from the table and hop off and try to fly off with it.When I move I will probably fall in love there too.With some one special.
Ensconced behind a charming art gallery on West Sixth is this jewel of a Caribbean cafe. Established in 1997, Cafe
Josie is still piquing the taste buds of Austin diners. With an intimate dining room and an enclosed patio, ...
See the beautiful sights of the Texas State Capital, Austin, like you've never seen them before by gliding on a
Segway. Segways have a platform perched on two wheels with a patented gyroscope balancing system enabling the standing rider ...
Architect Nicholas J. Clayton of Galveston designed the beautiful main building (1888) in a Gothic Revival style with Texas white
limestone. A fire destroyed most of the main building in 1903 and after being rebuilt, it was again severely ...