If experiencing “old-school” Austin while copping a seriously superb meal is your goal, then Jeffrey’s is your destination. The west side spot is over 40 years old, but with a revamp of the building and menu in 2013, the old house-turned-restaurant has remained a hotspot in the growing ATX fine-dining scene. The consistently changing menu (based on seasonally available farm-to-table products) boasts steaks, aged and cut by locals Lone Star Meats, as the main attraction, but you won’t want to skimp on other specialties including the wood oven veal chop milanesa, crispy fried Brussels sprouts (made with serrano honey for a sweet-spicy kick) and an excellent selection of wines and cart cocktails.
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