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The Bonneville
American Restaurant$$
Today 4:30 – 10:00 pm
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202 W Cesar Chavez St Austin, TX 78701
202 W Cesar Chavez StUSTXAustin78701
$$American Restaurant, BistroToday 4:30 – 10:00 pm
Monday 4:30 – 10:00 pmTuesday 4:30 – 10:00 pmWednesday 4:30 – 10:00 pmThursday 4:30 – 11:00 pmFriday 4:30 – 11:00 pmSaturday 4:30 – 11:00 pmSunday 10:30 am – 2:30 pm, 4:30 – 10:00 pm
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Upscale yet casual stylish location with giant windows for New American plates & creative cocktails.- Google
People talk about hanger steak, chris hurley, new american, derby day and happy hour
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Jeannie Allen
reviewed a week ago
This place saved me! I was in Austin for a conference, after a long day of dealing with swarms of noisy people and being rained on for hours I stumbled into this restaurant looking for a place to relax and recoup. I have a ridiculous amount of food allergies so eating out can be very stressful. The owner/hostess greeted me at the door and assured me that her husband/chef would take good care me. The atmosphere of the restaurant was welcoming and calm, and the staff were an absolute delight. They made me a great dish off menu and I left feeling much better than when I walked in. I loved this place so much I came back the next night with 20 of my colleagues and they still did a fantastic job treating us with just as much care.
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Daniel Elam
reviewed a year ago
The Bonneville and is one of the most refreshing new restaurants to open in sometime and that is saying a lot. It has great location on Cesar Chavez overlooking Town Lake. The food is top notch at at a reasonable price and the drinks offer a unique twists on the classic favorites. The owners/chefs are right there with to ensure the customers dining experience is the same as their vision. Bottom line, go try for your yourself.
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Kris Umlauf
reviewed 9 months ago
The Happy Hour is one of the better ones in town in terms of value. Cocktails are $3.00 off, flatbread pizzas are half priced and several appetizers are $5.00. Best of all, you can get the happy hour special pricing while seated at a dining table (it’s not “bar only). I started with the roasted carrot, fennel and orange soup with chili oil ($5 happy hour priced). The soup was the star of the show: a unique take on the traditional chilled carrot soup, with the zesty drizzle of added heat complimenting the tangy citrus infused carrot soup. Despite the strong flavors of chili, fennel and citrus, they somehow complimented each other perfectly. For my entrée I chose the exotic sounding Tarte Flambé Pizza. Their pizzas are described as coming from a wood grilled oven, but they are not really pizzas in the traditional sense; they are flat bread pizzas. I was expected a thinner crust but this was cracker thin and charred at some ends. The flavors were good (who can resist smoked bacon and caramelized onions?) but overall the pizza would have been disappointing if I had paid full price. For dessert I had the sticky toffee bread pudding with a bourbon caramel sauce and it was the crown jewel of my meal. They know how to do a dessert!
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Janelle Braun
reviewed 8 months ago
Great addition to the Austin restaurant scene! The staff is spot on and I can't wait to try the other half of the menu. The bacon & egg ravioli and salad with champagne vinaigrette were a perfect start, and the habanero margarita is a must try - we were a bit skeptical because we typically like a simple margarita - this was fresh and excellent! We followed that with the Margherita pizza as a side which was the biggest surprise of the meal - the crust was super thin, crispy but not over charred and the tomato sauce had great flavor - one of our favorite pizzas in town. Also made for great leftovers. For the main course we tried the diver scallops and hanger steak. Both were very good...would have liked to see a few greens with the scallops, but overall was very pleased, and by that point full. Can't wait to go back!
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Sylvia Cortez
reviewed 9 months ago
I visited The Bonneville for their Superbowl event and had a great time! My friend and I sat at the bar to watch the festivities, and ate pizza and other items off of their Superbowl menu. Everything we ate was delicious and fresh, I especially liked the pizza. We also had some drinks which were also tasty and potent. The thing I liked the most was the service, which was a stand out. The bartender was friendly and fun to chat with, and gave us free shots when a certain team scored (sadly they lost). The chef and kitchen staff ended their evening at the bar, chatting with customers and the bartender. I had a wonderful time and I will definitely be back!
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Jason Gillund
reviewed 3 months ago
Love this spot.