Sid's Favorite Restaurants in Round Rock, Texas

Sid’s Favorite Restaurants in Round Rock, Texas

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Looking for great food in Round Rock. Sid Was Here have the list of favorite restaurants you can dine in while you are there. 


Jack Allen’s Kitchen

    • Jack Gilmore’s chicken fried steak could not be contained to the southwestern suburb of Oak Hill. When you think about that steak, along with the pimiento cheese, tacos, enormous salads, and generous cocktails, it’s kind of amazing that central Austinites haven’t lobbied the City Council for their own location of Jack Allen’s.
    • 2500 Hoppe Trl Round Rock, TX 78681

 

Tortuga Flats

    • Owned and operated by Round Rock natives, Tortuga Flats styles itself as a “Mexican Icehouse,” serving as a watering hole with Tex-Mex food. The menu includes standard fare like fajitas and enchiladas, and the bar boasts an extensive roster of tequilas.
    • 3107 S Interstate 35 Round Rock, TX 78664

 

Greenhouse Craft Food

    • Chef Rob Snow arguably fired the first salvo in Round Rock’s current dining renaissance when he opened Greenhouse Craft Food in 2013. Tired of all the chain options, he opted to hang his own culinary shingle, specializing in turning locally sourced ingredients into approachable items like burgers, sandwiches, and salads. Nightly chef specials include honey curry black bass and cauliflower tacos.
    • 1400 E Old Settlers Blvd Round Rock, TX 78664

 

High Country Market

    • High Country Market is a café and diner serving casual, artisan dishes which conveniently doubles as a food market. Guests can unwind in High Country Market’s simple, casual interior or its roadside patio with a glass of wine or on tap craft beer before feasting on delicious dishes like specialty New York-style pizzas, gourmet sandwiches, bar bites and salads. High Country Market’s grocery section offers an extensive range of unique ingredients and over 400 beers and wines with weekly wine tastings that showcase its wares.
    • 3701 Gattis School Road, Round Rock, TX 

 

Deckhand Oyster Bar

    • Diners say that the seafood at Deckhand wins the freshness game, no small feat given Round Rock’s landlocked locale. There’s a lot to offer here, from fresh oysters to po’boys and Thai dishes like Crying Tiger. Not to mention lots of beer.
    • 500 Parker Dr. Round Rock, TX

 

The Salt Lick Bar-B-Que

    • If you’re looking for legendary barbecue and warm, Texas Hill Country hospitality then look no further than The Salt Lick Bar-B-Que. Established in 1967 by Thurman Roberts, the restaurant today features three locations and is owned and operated by his son and expert smoke pit master Scott Roberts. It maintains tradition by basing its fare on family recipes from the owners’ great grandmother dating back to the late 1800s. The Salt Lick’s rustic Round Rock branch includes a full bar and patio terrace and serves the kind of mouth-watering barbecue that the restaurant has become renowned for, pulled pork, beef ribs, brisket and many other smoked meats.
    • 3350 East Palm Valley Boulevard, Round Rock, TX

 

Louisiana Longhorn Cafe

    • Louisianans hankering for the cuisine of home can probably find what they’re looking for here, from fried alligator to frog legs to hurricanes. And if you want to watch a Saints game while enjoying your meal, this is the place to do it.
    • 200 E Main St Round Rock, TX 78664

 

Round Rock Donuts

    • It’s hard not to crave the iconic yeast creations with the signature yellow glaze. It’s horrifying to think that we nearly lost this treasure when the original Round Rock Donuts building was destroyed by fire in 2000.
    • 106 W Liberty St Round Rock, TC 78664

 

High Country Market & Cafe

    • Known as the “Gourmet Gas Station,” High Country is the place to gas up the car, then enjoy a breakfast taco or a burger, and a craft beer before hitting the road again.
    • 2701 Gattis School Rd Round Rock,TX 78664

 

Hoody’s Subs

    • Hoody’s has been serving Philly cheesesteaks (and Philly nostalgia) in Round Rock since 1989.
    • 1205 Round Rock Ave #121 Round Rock, TX 78681

 

Salt Traders Coastal Cooking

    • Under the Jack Gilmore umbrella is seafood restaurant Salt Traders Coastal Cooking, which takes the chef’s approach to water-dwelling creatures, which means clam chowder fries, fish enchiladas, and seared scallops.
    • 2850 N Interstate 35 Round Rock, TX 78681

 

Veracruz All Natural

    • Veracruz All Natural finally has a proper home to call its own. The brick and mortar offers the food truck the opportunity to experiment with specials, like enchiladas, all the while offering its famous breakfast tacos and more.
    • 2711 La Frontera Blvd Round Rock, TX 78681

 

Hopdoddy Burger Bar

    • Hopdoddy expanded its restaurant family in early 2016 with the Round Rock branch of the burger bar, where northern denizens can enjoy its burgers and fantastic shakes.
    • 2800 N Interstate 35 Round Rock, TX