September 22, 2017

The Weekend of September 22

12 oz. Akiushi NY Strip

ancho garlic butter, crispy onion rings
$32

Oysters on the Half Shell

Tatamagouche
Nova Scotia

Catch of the Day

Blue Marlin

September 9, 2017

Snapper Ceviche Tostada
avocado | tomato | cilantro | onion | lime
$12

Whole Lobster
pan seared tail in spicy lobster broth with claws
seared potatoes | cherry tomatoes | lime |mint | Texas toast
$16

Catch of the Day
Swordfish and Yellowfin Tuna

August 30, 2017

Grilled Tuna Burger
yuzu mayo | chamoy | house hot sauce | butter lettuce | crispy onions | easy tiger bun
$12

Catch of the Day
Blue Marlin

Beau Soleil Oysters on the Half Shell
New Brunswick, Canada

celery mignonette | house cocktail sauce | lemon
6  for $20 or 12 for $38

Ancho Glazed Grilled Octopus
crispy potato | yuzu mayo | chimichurri | arugula
$16

Whole Roasted Lane Snapper
fire roasted tomato salsa | cotija | crispy garlic | cilantro
$28

August 14, 2017

Monday

Tako Taco

grilled octopus | chimichurri | yuzu mayo | celery mignonette | blue corn tortillas

$16

Whole Roasted Branzino

pico de gallo | Mexican crema | crispy garlic | micro cilantro

$28

 

 

Tako Taco

grilled octopus | chimichurri | yuzu mayo | celery mignonette | blue corn tortillas

$16

Whole Roasted Branzino

pico de gallo | Mexican crema | crispy garlic | micro cilantro

$28

Akaushi Tacos

adobo honey | cherry tomato pico | crema fresca | micro cilantro

$16

14 oz Akaushi NY Strip

roasted heirloom cherry tomatoes | mojo de aho

$34

Simple seafood stars in tiny space

Memory makes a lousy decorator. As fresh as our experiences in rooms may be years, even decades later, our experience of rooms tends to ossify. It’s not that we really care about some dusty clump of curly willow languishing in a corner, it’s that that arrangement has always been there and if somehow it’s gone, a part of you is gone. Better for those rooms to not even be lived in at all.

Read More: http://www.austinchronicle.com/food/2016-09-23/review-coast/

Even without direct access to the ocean, seafood is still one of Austin’s most popular cravings. Exciting new options continue to pop up, beyond the typical fish and chips fare (though, don’t worry, there are still plenty of great fried fish spots). Regardless if you’re hungry for oysters, sushi, or po-boys, coming from both restaurants and a variety food trucks, have simply never been better.

Read More: http://austin.eater.com/maps/best-seafood-restaurants-austin

 

Because we know it’s important to have your finger on the pulse of all things boozy and delicious, we compiled a handful of the newest and best spots that have popped up in Austin. We’ve got a speakeasy with a creepy uncle vibe (fun creepy), a multi-level restaurant that literally sends patrons into the old boiler room to drink, and plenty more worth checking out.

Read More: https://www.thrillist.com/eat/austin/best-new-restaurants-bars-austin-texas-summer-2016