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Paggi House
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Today 10:30AM–2:30PM
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200 Lee Barton Dr Austin, TX 78704
200 Lee Barton DriveUSTexasAustin78704
(512) 473-3700paggihouse.com
American Restaurant, BarToday 10:30AM–2:30PM
Sunday 10:30AM–2:30PMMonday 5–10PMTuesday 5–10PMWednesday 5–10PMThursday 5–10PMFriday 5–11PMSaturday 5–11PM
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"Also recommend the chicken pot pie and the mussels with fries."
"Check it out during happy hour for more reasonable prices."
"Foie Gras was a little salty for me."
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Will Tung
a month ago
Sad that this place is closed. LOVED it.
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John King
a year ago
Oh man what a brunch. Manchego cheese is always welcome, but their link sausage was out of this world. Then, when I loaded my cinnamon french toast with fresh strawberries and cream? So much goodness. It's up to like $25 a piece I think, but still worth it. Obviously not every Sunday.
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Fred Hsueh
2 years ago
Nice combination of good quality food, nice atmosphere, friendly staff, and price. We came for the lunch buffet on Sunday which runs fairly late. I like it here a bit better than TRIO. We got a restaurant. com coupon so plan ahead a bit. Oh and complementary valet.
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Luis Bermudez
4 years ago
The place to go for happy hour. They even have happy hour on Saturday. The drinks are strong and cheap, especially the Mint Julip. It's only $5! Also recommend the chicken pot pie and the mussels with fries.
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Linda Huynh
2 years ago
Note this review is completely based on my experience coordinating a wedding reception at this venue. Of the Austin venues I've worked, this is by far the most flexible in terms of rental time and use of space. The staff are super helpful and good at communicating throughout the process. The food is pretty good and all the guests loved the space with the city views. It was a good mix of indoor and outdoor space with two permanent tents. It can fit 40-50 indoors and 70-100 outdoors depending on your setup. As a restaurant, they provide all the tables, chairs, linens, etc. It's a pricey venue but can be worth it.
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Shannon MF
2 years ago
I've been to the Paggi House twice now. There food is good but rich. They have great ideas but I think they over-execute it. On each occasion, both my boyfriend and I, enjoy the food but feel that they over sauce it. For example, Lamb is already delicate and delicious so why smother it in sauce. Yes, the sauce may be tasty but again, don't overwhelm the palate. Let the meat speak for itself. They do have great cocktails and the atmosphere is very pleasing.
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Gary Hwu
2 years ago
I had a gift certificate for Paggi House and was excited to try as many dishes as I could. The restaurant itself is nice, with great outdoor patio seating for casual conversations, or private indoor seating for more intimate conversations. The House Made Bread & Butter was good, I liked the butter spread they provided. The other dishes I have to say were just average. All of Paggi House's portion sizes are really small; I would say appetizer portion. The Potato Gnocchi was not very flavorful and texture wise was a little harder than I would've liked. Foie Gras was a little salty for me. The Duck Breast was probably the best dish overall. I enjoyed the sweetness of the purple potato. Of course I needed to try the desserts. Unfortunately I was disappointed. Some of the ingredients in the desserts just didn't make any sense. What are the cheerios for on the Caramel Brownie? And the frozen chocolate bananas? I think I would have liked the brownie by itself without the additional stuff. The Chipotle Pecan Pie was difficult to eat, to the point where I couldn't finish it. And for me to not finish a dessert is a huge thing! I'm sorry Paggi House, some of your dishes just don't make sense to me. And the price for the portions received is a bit ridiculous. Or we can just say my taste buds don't agree with what's on your menu.
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Jillian Newman
3 years ago
Awesome food and drinks, excellent staff (really, just talk to them). 1/2 off most drinks during happy hour, and the steak is superb. I just visited recently with some great folks and have been officially been spoiled from all non-perfect wines for the rest of my natural life. Champagne, white, reds and a Riesling - their sommelier is on it. As far as what I ate: on the seasonal menu the antelope tartar was my favorite appetizer, though they were all delicious, the pea soup was green and sultry, the leafy salad was good but nothing special, and the duck with a simple orange and couscous was juicy and spot-on. Dessert disappointed some, but luckily I enjoyed my selection. Overall: what a meal!
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