Los Angeles, California, USA

This Texas duo’s raging garage punk influenced swamp rock that guarantees a good night out. Banjos, guitars, and some extremely interesting percussion (oil drums, boxes, license plates & whatever else they can pull from the local dumpster!…) plus a heaping spoonful of hillbilly = GOOD TIMES.


"Restavrant are two screemin freeks—term used so respectfully—from adorable Victoria, Texas, that use expired license plates for drum parts and bodily drag truly addled hillbillyism into the digital age. They engineer a sloppy collision between Hasil Adkins and DJ Assault that boils down to beat, guitar and rooster-at-sunrise screaming, and behind them the drunkest dancers fall obediently in line."
-The Echo

Restavrant has shared the stage with the following:

- Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
- Dex Romweber Duo
- Spindrift
- Lee Scratch Perry
- Scott H. Biram
- Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band
- Lady Dottie & the Diamonds
- Bob Log III
- Possessed By Paul James
- Jim Jones Revue
- Hackensaw Boys
- Left Lane Cruiser
- Thee Oh Sees
- Two Gallants
- Dirt Daubers
and many more


Several 7 inches available through Narnack Records as well as the full length, "Returns to the Tomb of Guiliano Medidici".

One full length available through Hillgrass Bluebilly Records entitled "Yeah, I Carve Cheetah's".