This summer has ushered in a variety of new restaurants (and new locations of existing restaurants) in Austin serving up an array of cuisine, with flavors ranging from Louisiana to Japan.

Bao’d Up. The restaurant specializing in bao zi (steamed buns) opened a second location near the University of Texas. Options include spicy chicken, red bean and sweet potato. Menu also features bowls and some fried dishes. 2222 Rio Grande St. baodup.com.

Ebisu. This Japanese restaurant located near Anderson Mill serves lunch and dinner daily with a menu that includes cold prepared dishes, nigiri sushi, grilled items and rice and noodle bowls. 13376 U.S. 183, Suite 400. 512-243-5554, ebisuaustin.com.

Front Page Restaurant and Bar. The bar and cafe in the Springfield General complex in East Austin was co-founded by Shafer Hall, who opened the popular Mongoose vs. Coba bar in Houston, and serves about a dozen sandwiches and salads. 1023 Springdale Road. 512-712-4005, thefrontpage.pub.

The Git Out. This bar South Austin serves comfort food in an array of styles, including empanadas, tacos, burgers, wings and more. 4930 South Congress Ave. Suite C-304. 512-355-7470, thegitout.com.

Louisiana Crab Shack. This campus-area location marks the third (joining Anderson Lane and Georgetown) for the restaurant that serves grilled, charbroiled, fried and boiled seafood with a Cajun accent. 3208 Guadalupe St. 512-614-4158, louisianacrabshackaustin.com.

Marigold Cafe + Market. This locally owned market in Southwest Austin serves breakfast and lunch daily from a menu that includes tacos, salads and burgers. 7415 Southwest Parkway, Building 6, Suite 100. 512-428-4293, marigoldmarketcafe.business.site.

Pho Dinh Vietnamese Cuisine. This Vietnamese cafe serves spring rolls, chargrilled meat, pho and other Vietnamese staples. 9515 N. Lamar Blvd. 512-660-5042, pho-dinh-vietnamese-cuisine.business.site.