Austin February 14, 2018
You’ll Absolutely Love This 50s Themed Diner In Austin
Diners always seem to have the best food, but it’s even more fun to eat in a 1950s-themed diner. Step right back in time when you visit Sawyer & Co.
Sawyer & Co. is a fun little diner with a retro theme and a New Orleans-inspired menu.
It's located at 4827 E. Cesar Chavez Street in Austin.
Step inside this little diner, and you'll promptly fall in love with the adorable 50's themed dining room.
From the furniture, to the lighting...
...to the bright, cheerful colors, this little diner is super charming.
There's plenty of seating to accommodate just about any group, from single seats at the bar, to cozy booths to larger tables that will fit your whole party.
Dine on the patio, day or night.
Sawyer & Co. has tons of tasty breakfast entrees.
From buttermilk pancakes to Sawyer Scrambles, you're certain to find something on the menu to start your day off right.
For lunch, you can't go wrong with a classic Arkie Burger and an El Diablo.
The Arkie Burger comes piled high with two beef patties, American cheese, fried onions, pickles, lettuce, tomato and Creole mayo. Pair it with an El Diablo - tequila, ginger brew, lime and blackberry.
Before dinner, share some appetizers with friends.
The Boudin Balls are a house specialty, and you don't want to miss out on the Crawfish Cheese Bread!
Like any proper 1950s-style diner, Sawyer & Co. has plenty of comfort food on the menu.
Try the Chicken Fried Steak, covered in rich, creamy country gravy...
...or order up a heaping plate of fried chicken with a side of red beans and rice.
Other favorites include Traditional Meatloaf, Chicken Cardinale, and Crawfish Étouffée.
The next time you're looking for tasty diner food in a retro atmosphere, swing by Sawyer & Co. It's open seven days a week.
Hours are Monday - Wednesday 8 AM to 9 PM; Thursday and Friday 8 AM - 10 PM; Saturday 9 AM to 10 PM; Sunday 9 AM to 3 PM.
For more information, visit Sawyer & Co.'s
What’s your favorite item on the menu at Sawyer and Co.?