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March 5th, 2015

4 Restaurants to Try in March

Soup, sup and sip at these new local hotspots.

Where: Sawyer & Co. (pictured)
Why: New Orleans-inspired food fit to comfort. Enjoy weekly omelet specials with unexpected ingredients like boudin, po'boys and kicked up cocktails in a cozy diner atmosphere.

Where: Apis Restaurant and Apiary
Why: Named for and inspired by the honeybee, this bright and welcoming Hill Country spot serves contemporary American cuisine - Grimmway Carrot Soup, Maine Lobster, Vadouvan Curry and goat's milk soup, perfect for our cold weather snap - and delish cocktails infused with honey gifted from 20 on-site beehives. 

Where: Counter 3.Five.VII 
Why: Stamped by architect Jamie Chioco, you'll find three-, five- and seven-course tasting menus featuring dishes with ingredients sourced in-house. The twist: a single chef's counter, no waitstaff and an auto 18% service fee on your bill. 

Where: The Launderette
Why: The east Austin laundromat turned resto is now home to unconventional plates created by chefs Rene Ortiz and Laura Sawicki, whose magic has been featured in the menus of La Condesa and Sway.

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