A lovely formal hotel filled with old world charm. I really enjoyed having a drink at this fine bar with lots of lovely bits of history around - especially the fine bronze sculpture - expensive but well worth a visit
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We stayed at the Driskill Hotel on a Saturday night and we thoroughly enjoyed our time there. The hotel was conveniently located on 6th Street near restaurants and bars. We also enjoyed the bar area at the Driskill on Saturday night. The area was very...More
I have been visiting the bar at the Driskill for years - it is my favorite in Austin. Incredibly, I never noticed the restaurant right next to the bar! My wife and I were staying at the hotel and were heading to the bar when...More
The gal who served us was very friendly and offered up many tips about the city, as well as food/drink options.
You could really feel the history in this restaurant. Built in 1886 with high ceilings, it was very cool. We had breakfast at the Driskill and the food was very good. Since there were 4 of us, we ordered 4 different dishes based on recommendations...More
After walking through a beautiful lobby, we ascended into the restaurant. There was live country music and the decor was very Texan. Very cute. We sat at the bar and were warmly greeted. The cocktails we ordered were great, but even better was the service....More
My husband surprised me with dinner here. The food was FABULOUS! We almost had the whole restaurant to ourselves. The creme brûlée was spectacular.
This is a truly romantic dining room. The menu features classics and nightly specials. Dark woods accentuated by glass and brass lend to this period dining room.
This is a very warm and elegant atmosphere. Historic, wild Wild West roots with cowboy murals, longhorn heads, and sculptures to boot. We were here for a cocktails during the very busy SXSW time, and still impeccable service. Drinks and bar food were excellent. Great...More