Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Manor, Texas, United States. Manor (/ˈmeɪnər/ MAY-nər) is a city in Travis County, Texas, United States. Manor is located 12 miles northeast of Austin and is part of the Austin-Round Rock metropolitan area. The population was 5,037 at the 2010 census. Manor is one of the faster-growing suburbs of Austin.
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4 based on 79 reviews
This is a nice local restaurant thatâs trying to keep their small-town local place atmosphere alive. My Club sandwich was good. Not great but a solid âgoodâ. The menu boards up behind the counter have pretty small print and I just donât like squinting to read them - makes me feel old. ha! Refilling your drink can be a challenge if the line at the salad bar is long.Good food.Average price of $11-12 for a Club combo with a drink.Overall itâs worth going.
4 based on 75 reviews
I went with a large group although we individually ordered. Really short wait for food (15 minutes). A bit pricey but great quality ingredients. I donât know how to exactly describe the crust- itâs unique. Not really thin but no doughy chewiness to it. Light, airy and crisp. My 9 inch build your own with 3 toppings was $17 though. The garlic bread was fantastic. What I did love are all the sauce base choices- red, alfredo, barbecue, ranch and garlic butter. I opted for the garlic butter base- home run! I would absolutely return here.
4 based on 521 reviews
We stopped by on the recommendation of a local, and were not disappointed! We had the beef brisket, pulled pork and turkey and all were absolutely delicious. Sides were great too. You order at the counter and the staff were really helpful in giving advice on our order, letting us taste a couple of the meats etc. Would thoroughly recommend!
4 based on 595 reviews
Convivial chain dishing up hearty portions of New Orleans-style seafood, steaks, salads & more.
Each time I go to a different location of this restaurant I am always amazed how each one presents well crafted meals.Seafood appears to be their specialty as well as very friendly service. Appetizers were great and salads. My wife had bacon wrapped shrimp that was amazing. Dessert menu was great too.Bourbon selection appeared to be a little weak but perhaps it was my waiter who didn't really know what they had. Maybe the only negative comment I would have is that their servers seem to be moving tables too quickly. I felt a little rushed but the waiter slowed down a bit once it appeared we were not out to be rushed.
My son and I stopped here after fishing with a buddy. In a very old building on the corner. Trip Advisor had it listed as another business and thatâs where we thought we were going but this place was there instead. You order at the counter and sit down at a table. The people were very friendly. Three drink options, water, sweet tea, and Kool Aid. My son went for the Kool Aid and I went for some tea. The tea taste sour, like they had already put lemon juice in it. A weird flavor. We ordered the all u can eat catfish, rice and beans, and black eyed peas. The fish was delicious, no tartar sauce though, only ketchup . The sides, Iâm sorry to say, were not that good. They actually tasted like whatever chemicals were used to clean them were still in the dish. Again, nice people, they even turned cartoons on for my son, the food though was meh at best. I would eat the fish again but would like some tartar sauce rather than just ketchup. Iâll try a different spot next time.
This was a warm surprise in a small west Texas town. Just off Highway 290 as you drive into Sheffield, attached to an old single story motel complex. Customer service was great and I was greeted with a warm "Howdy" the moment I came inside. Ordered coffee and a burrito, and the food came out very promptly! Place was clean and well kept! A good place to stop for visitors coming to or from Fort Lancaster State Historic Site to the east of town. Will definitely stop again next time I'm in the area!
4 based on 10 reviews
Our group went out on a recent Sat. night... burgers were very good, they also have BBQ brisket and pulled pork sandwiches. ...and wine & beer as well as soft drinks. Neat , rustic "Old West " atmosphere and inside "saloon" . Several buildings on site. Check first for times they are open, ... believe it is just Fri. , Sat & Sun. (some days opens at noon , some at 4 p.m.). , open Fri. & Sat. to midnight . They show an outdoor movie, not sure which evening. Was a very "unique " place to visit near Austin.
Been coming to Manor a couple times a year to visit family. For the past 5 years we have totally missed out by not trying this place! Alice greets you and her quiet chef smiles if he isn't taking care of an order. The food is delicious! Reasonable prices and a little conversation with Alice can't be beat!
4 based on 70 reviews
Cafe 290 has been serving fresh food prepared Daily since 1947. Now we are serving Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner every day. We have also added some Tex-Mex Specialties to the menu.
The place itself is very cool and historic. The food was average for the prices. Green BLT sounded better than it was. The waitress, Tiffany, was extremely pleasant and patient especially since we arrived late and they were getting ready to close. Did not realize they have short hours.
4 based on 75 reviews
Nothing fancy but if you're looking for good fried catfish or chicken fried stead, it's hard to beat. Styrofoam plates, fountain drinks, beer, outside dining, playground & live music. Good food at reasonable prices.
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