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Salty Sow
American Restaurant$$
Today 4:30 – 10:00 pm
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1917 Manor Rd Austin, TX 78722
1917 Manor RoadUSTexasAustin78722
$$American RestaurantToday 4:30 – 10:00 pm
Monday 4:30 – 10:00 pmTuesday 4:30 – 10:00 pmWednesday 4:30 – 10:00 pmThursday 4:30 – 10:00 pmFriday 4:30 – 11:00 pmSaturday 4:30 – 11:00 pmSunday 4:30 – 10:00 pm
Chef-driven head to tail gastropub featuring local & sustainable ingredients in a farmhouse modern atmosphere. Providing high end dining experience without the high end check.
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Braised, poached & stewed dishes, plus cocktails & craft brews, are served in a laid-back setting.- Google
"Pork Blade Steak, Candied Pork Belly, Truffled Deviled Eggs. Seriously."
"Anyway, she failed to give us the $2 discount for the roasted bone marrow."
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Heidi Anhalt
3 weeks ago
Yummy food, great happy hour specials. Decent amount of outdoor seating. Right when they open for happy hour seems to be the best time to go before they get too busy.
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Paul Benoit
a month ago
Amazing place. From the beet salad and incredible fries to the candied beef and braised pork, you can't find a place much better than this! Also, the creme brûlée and beignets are amazing.
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Ruby Kissoyan
5 months ago
My main reason for giving 3 stars instead of 4 was the lack of quick service. The food was pretty good and very "gastropubby", so mainly you'll find food that seems fancy, but really isn't and is priced accordingly as if it were. I would need to go back to see if I think it's worthy of more stars, but there are so many food options available that I need to try, it won't be anytime soon. Try and see what you think!
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Hector Mujica
2 months ago
Absolutely phenomenal. Excellent gastropub. They had great Brussels sprouts, salmon, amazing truffled devil eggs, and great pork belly. Fresh taste, unique methods, overall great food.
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Maria Rivera
4 months ago
Visited this spot on a Sunday night - such a great date spot. It's cozy and there is cute pig art everywhere! Our waiter was pretty attentive. I tried the Curly Tail cocktail and it's delicious. It's a little spicy so don't try it unless you're into that kind of thing. We tried the meat and cheese plate and were pretty impressed with the spread - two different types of cheeses, 2 different types of meat, pickled veggies, sweet almonds, liver mousse and some crusty bread. Must try! Can't wait to visit again.
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Dennis Cao
4 months ago
This has to be on the list of best places to eat in Austin for any resident. The food here is elegant, flavorful, and savory. Not only is this a great place to take a date or stage a celebratory meal, but their full ranging cocktail and appetizer options are perfect for any happy hour. If you leave here without a fully satisfied tummy (emphasize on the full), you didn't order correctly. But that's alright, you can always make it up the next time you go.
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Jeff Turpin
3 months ago
We finished up a recent day trip to Austin from San Antonio, and we chose this place to see more of the elevated cuisine Austin has to offer. Needless to say, we were not disappointed. We began with the chef's special soup of the day, a zucchini Parmesan soup with basil pistou and burrata in a base of tomato. It's to be featured in their upcoming event with the James Beard House in NY. I can see why. It's definitely one of the top 5 soups I've ever tasted (the top 3 being gumbos from particular restaurants in New Orleans and one in San Antonio). The depth of the tomato, the chunky zucchini, the creamy burrata, and the basil pistou combine for deliciously intense flavors. We also ordered the crispy chicken thighs with smashed and fried potatoes and a neckbone gravy underneath. Well, I sopped up a lot of that gravy with the potatoes, and every bite was delicious. However, the chicken thighs were the real star. The skin was incredibly crispy and delicious and the meat itself was juicy and nearly uniform with no part being overly thicker than the rest. It's rare to have chicken this good. I think of a few other examples such as fried chicken at a soul food restaurant I use to love, a delicious Italian roasted chicken, or chicken pontalba from New Orleans cuisine. It's a great dish. We also ordered the slow-cooked beef shoulder. Now, aside from the veggies and potatoes along with the delicious brown gravy, there's a fried egg on top covering that beautiful ultra-tender meat. And that meat is infused with flavor. It's uncommon to taste beef with this depth of flavor and that delicious. I'm just glad to know of a restaurant that can pull these flavor profiles off. We wanted to eat some dessert, but alas, we were way too full. In short, Salty Sow is elevated American cuisine with a sustainable and local twist. Further, it pulled off some of the tastiest dishes I've tried with an exceptional crispy chicken thigh and deeply flavorful slow-cooked beef shoulder.
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Steven Johnson
2 months ago
Loved it. Friendly staff. Taste treat any course. Happy hour is very well spent.


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