We were walking around downtown Austin and wanted something healthy and light. Two nice sized salads later paired with a large Pelligrino and we were set for the afternoon.
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The food was outstanding and the service was great! Huge atmosphere and while there were definitely local accents, the decor still remained upscale and swanky. Will definitely be back next time I am in Austin! We were a large group so got a bunch of...More
Nice wine list, excellent appetizers; had the mussels, lamb chop fondue, and pork tacos. The pork tacos were absolutely fantastic. Then moved on to the wedge salad and medjool date salad. For entrees tried the beef short rib and grouper. You must try the green...More
The service was arrogant and unpleasant. The food was bland, heavy, and overpriced. The restaurant felt very commercial, which was not the kind of experience we were going for in downtown Austin.
In town on business and wanted to eat somewhere close to the hotel. Found the perfect spot to grab a quiet dinner. We ordered the cedar plank salmon and the nightly special which was pan seared halibut. Both were cooked to perfection and very delicious....More
I was a little taken aback by our meal here yesterday. Four of us met after being in federal court; we have eaten here often and generally enjoyed it. Issues yesterday: 1) I stood at the hostess table for several minutes and then had to...More
Had a group of six at a conference who met here for dinner. Service was attentive and good, though not superb. Food was good - everyone at our table enjoyed the dinner - some had chicken, fish tacos and steak. Good wine list and drinks....More
A small group of us met at the Roaring Fork for a friendly lunch mixed in with a little business--the restaurant was great for both functions! Even though this is a very popular lunch location, it was easy to talk at he tables. It is...More