Foreign & Domestic

Row 1

Details
306 E 53rd St
Austin, TX 78751
(512) 459-1010
American
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Thu: 5:30 PM–9:30 PM Fri–Sat: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Reasonably priced and informal but still very fine dining, indeed. Rising star Ned Elliotts seasonal menu is spare but stunning, with each well-conceived plate coming together in delicious harmony.
  • Cute upscale American spot. Get your hands on the chicken biscuit if possible! Found this place on my new Supper app: http://supper.mx/places/foreign-and-domestic-austin/
  • Voted as one of the best places for bar food in America - try anything!
  • Chef Ned Elliott's inventive seasonal cuisine and wife Jodi's stellar desserts make this neighborhood spot a winner. Also a great for brunch. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Dollar oyster Tuesdays
  • Anything with preserved lemon. Trust.
  • Always ask for a recommendation from the staff before you order and go with it. You'll get something you wouldn't have and it'll be awesome.
  • Try the Lamb Ribs Wing Style - Delicious
  • Get the brownie with shoestring fries. If you don't get an oral orgasm you are surely not human.
  • Heart Tartare--don't think; just order.
  • The Popovers are an absolute must! Also be sure to try out the beer cocktails
  • The entire menu changes pretty often (usually seasonally) but everything on it is always amazing. A few vegetarian options and a choice of proteins, plus a lot of gluten-free choices make this great
  • Get a seat at the counter and watch the artists at work!
  • The glazed short rib was amazing! And you must finish with the lemon parfait- such a great experience:)
  • Loved the popovers, the fettuccine and the burger!
  • Delicious. The beer cocktails, crudo, and lemon dessert were particularly amazing, super flavorful and refreshing.
  • This restaurant seats only 42 people, but has become a hot spot thanks to the innovative dishes made by Chef Ned Elliot. You'll find dishes such as scrambled pigs brains and venison heart tartare.
  • For brunch, went with the server's suggestion: fried chicken, biscuit and gravy, topped with a fried egg. Excellent!
  • Gotta say, the beef tongue was "meh." But then again, when else are you going to have beef tongue?
  • Sophisticated menu and outstanding execution. An absolute delight be adventuresome try something you have never had.