It goes without saying, Austin offers central Texas’s best culinary experiences. No matter your gastronomic tastes, Austin has something to tickle your fancy. The city’s selection of restaurants, diners and pubs are bound to tantalize your taste buds. If you’re looking for an upscale ride to your luxury dining experience, rent a limo from our fleet – we’ll take you anywhere you please. Our cars are top of the line and we’ve got a range of vehicles to transport groups of up to 100.
As the world fights to curb the spread of Coronavirus, we’re doing our part too. Some Ubers and Lyfts just don’t make an effort to protect their passengers from the virus. On the other hand, we regularly sanitize our limousines with Vitula Biocide, a CDC-approved, hospital-grade disinfectant engineered to fight SARS-COV. In addition to cleanliness, our drivers’ road safety records are impeccable. That way, you’re sure to get to and from your restaurant smoothly and in one piece.
Without any further ado, here are a few luxury restaurants in Austin we’d love to take you to:
Located in the courtyard of the South Congress Hotel, Okoto is helmed by master chef, Yoshi Okai. Okai’s prowess as a sushi savant earned him “Food and Wine’s” Best New Chef award in 2017. Okoto, a 12-seat Japanese restaurant, is famed for its Tokyo-style sushi, Kyoto-style and unbeatable multi-course omakase experience. They also offer a unique tasting menu based on ingredients’ availability and seasonality. Oh, and did we mention their killer selection of high-end Japanese liquor?
If you’re looking for an elite private dining experience, look no further than Okoto. The food tastes as well as it’s presented, and they treat their diners like royalty. In addition to that, they’re more than equipped to accommodate any dietary restrictions you may have. Their customer service comes highly recommended; they treat every customer like royalty and turn orders out in good time. And nothing says luxury, quite like arriving in a luxury vehicle from Austin’s favorite limo rental service.
III Forks is a contemporary take on the classic steakhouse – complete with its own upscale appeal. The décor is ornate, but not too decadent. Throughout the restaurant, there’s black mahogany furniture and Italian marble. If you’re looking for something elegant and classy, III Forks may be your best bet.
III Forks only uses USDA prime beef – the top .005% of cuts – in their steaks. It’s no wonder III Fork’s entrées are praised for their superior flavor and tenderness. Whether you get a ribeye or something from III Forks’ great seafood selection, their attentive customer service completes the elite dining experience they provide.
While III Forks does provide 5 different rooms for private dining, it is an extremely versatile restaurant. Whether you’re on a date or throwing your next COVID-compliant gathering, III Forks will more than capable of accommodating you.
Arlo Grey by Kristen Kish
On East Cesar Chavez Street, head chef Kristen Kish crafts culinary masterpieces from central Texas’s finest ingredients. Kristen, Top Chef’s Season 10 winner, has a culinary style heavily influenced by French & Italian tradition – and it makes for some of Austin’s most sumptuous dishes.
Arlo Grey’s menu is often praised for its variety, and they accommodate a number of dietary restrictions. If you’re curious about an item, the wait staff will take their time to talk you through it. Also, they offer an open-air dining experience with breathtaking views. The cozy yurts give diners a bit of privacy and they enforce COVID-compliant protocols.
If you’d like to go for something atypical and intimate with an inviting ambiance, look no further than Arlo Grey. With cool décor and an abundance of natural light, Arlo Grey makes for an unforgettable dinner date.