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Pinthouse Pizza
Pizza Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 12:00 am
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4729 Burnet Rd Austin, TX 78756
4729 Burnet RoadUSTexasAustin78756
(512) 436-9605pinthousepizza.com
Pizza Restaurant, Brewpub
Pizza Restaurant
Brewpub
Brewery
Today 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Austin's original Craft Beer & Pizza Destination
  • Voted Austin's Best Brewpub in 2013 & 2014
  • Voted Austin's Best Beer & Food Spot in 2013
  • 2013 GABF Bronze Medal Winner for our Blind Jake Porter
  • 2014 GABF Bronze Medal Winner for our Jaguar Shark Barrel Aged Stout
  • 2014 Alpha King Silver Medal Winner for our Batch 69 (aka Fully Adrift) Double IPA
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British-pub-inspired spot with elaborate pizzas, plus a house brewery specializing in hoppy beers.- Google
"Good pizza and a great selection of craft beers."
"It's a great spot to watch a game with friends over some pizza and beer."
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Camille Wagner
4 weeks ago
Let me just start of by saying The Green Belt. Order The Green Belt... With prosciutto. It has everything you want. The crust on all of their pies is cooked perfectly; crispy outside and chewy inside with a little bit of brick oven char on the outside. Their beer selection is pretty incredible. Also, if you're like me and love variety and don't know what you want, the people behind the taps take the time to talk you through what you're looking for in a beer. Hoppy? No problem! Sour? Get it on! Sweet? Indulgence is on its way! Or just get a plain ole flight of whatever is seasonal. These guys know their brews and will gladly let you taste them first. It can get crowded here, but never enough to put you out. Also, did I mention one time that I was picking up a pie to-go and they gave me a "leftover" pizza for free?! Also, it could have been because they recognized that was the 6th time I'd been in to pick up pizza that month.
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Mark Rhoades
a month ago
Only good thing was the beer. Didn't like the pizza and it was way to loud and crowded. Made the mistake of going on Trivia Tuesday and between the customers and the announcer I couldn't even talk to or hear the person across from me. This was the 4th time I had attempted to go and it will be the last. Walked out to a booted car and a $150 fine because it was raining so hard we didn't see the poor signage on the lot about restricted parking. It's posted at each end but the spaces themselves are not marked in anyway. If they announced anything in the restaurant about parking or maps it was lost in all the interior noise. The bartenders didn't seem very interested or friendly either. Very expensive night for a not so great experience.
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Response from the owner - 4 weeks ago
Hi Mark R., We appreciate your feedback, and are glad to hear that you enjoyed our beer. With regard to our pizza, we make our dough and sauce fresh, daily. We take pride in using very fresh and high quality ingredients on all of our pizzas and all of our menu items. We are always working to improve every aspect of our brewpub offering, but we are confident that we have a great selection of high quality menu items. We have an array of Classic Pizzas, Specialty Pizzas and we rotate in a new very unique "Off the Map Pie" every month. To each their own, but if we could make a couple recommendations, the Milano and Hill Country pizzas are two of our patrons' favorite pies. With regard to the crowds and noise, Trivia Nights on Tuesday from 8-10pm are going to be louder than our normal crowd. Also, like most restaurants we're typically busy Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from around 6-8:30pm. However, the crowds are usually much thinner earlier in the day, and later in the evening. In addition, we do have a Reverse Happy Hour that runs from 9-10pm, Monday through Friday. That is a great time to avoid the crowds and take advantage of our discounted, delicious craft beers. We really apologize that our customer service was not to your liking. We do have a great staff that is usually very friendly and helpful. With regard to the parking, we sincerely apologize that the parking has caused such an issue on your end. We're definitely aware of the parking issues. With the recent closing of the Omelettry, the parking options for our customers changed. Below is an outline of our parking options. * Pinthouse & Pit BBQ Lots - All spots available as indicated (Please respect the 'Pit Parking Only' hours) * The Assistance League Thrift House - 107 Overflow parking spots available Monday through Friday AFTER 4:30PM, and Saturday and Sunday AFTER 1:00PM. * NO PARKING in the former Omelettry lots, towing enforced by property owner. * NO PARKING in the Noble Pig / Fork & Taco lots, towing enforced by property owner. That being said, anyone wanting to go to Noble Pig or Fork & Taco and have a beer afterwards at our brewpub, is welcome to park in any of the PHP designated lots. We won't tow! We actually have over 150 parking spots available every day after 5PM, and we're still working to get y'all even more parking in the not too distant future! If you'd like a visual, please see our Parking Map: pinthousepizza.com/imag.… Our parking maps at the brewpub and on our website are up to date. With the recent issues, we've done our best to make it so our customers can't miss the displayed Parking Maps at the brewpub. In addition, to clarify, there are two separate properties and two separate landlords. Unfortunately, we don't have control over what the other landlord does, and we don't have control over the signage they use on their lot. We're continuing to work to message our parking options to our customers, as best we can. We're also working to provide more parking options for our customers in the not too distant future. Again, we apologize about the bad parking experience you've had at Pinthouse Pizza. We promise that we're working to improve the situation as much as possible. We are always working to improve every aspect of our brewpub offering, and improve the overall customer experience. We want every patron's experience at Pinthouse Pizza to be the best possible experience. We'd like to offer you a couple free large pizzas on us, in hopes of improving your next visit to Pinthouse Pizza. I'll contact you privately to provide you with the necessary contact information to make sure you're taken care of. Cheers, Nic
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Sheila de Guzman
4 months ago
Beer. Pizza. More beer! The pizza hits the spot - probably my favorite pepperoni pizza to date and it's just as good the next day. They're working on a gluten-free crust, so keep an eye out for that. The salads are simple and fresh, complimenting the pizza well. And who can complain about the beer? If you like Odell's, you'll like Pinthouse. They brew their own, but also have a great selection of craft beer. The Peach of a Pale was delicious! Parking is a little cramped and be sure to respect the restrictions of their neighbors parking lots. What I love the most about Pinthouse is the family-style seating and all of the families that fill'er up! One of the few brewpubs I don't mind seeing kids in. So, here's what you do for one of those no-frills date nights: get a medium pizza (large was a bit much for me n my boo last time and we were even ravenous) and your favorite brew (we dare for seasonals), grab a spot on one of their benches and then smile because you're in an awesome place in town!
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Catherine Silvestri
7 months ago
They have excellent selection of beer on tap, and the food is delicious! It's a very popular hang out and usually you will put up camp next to other friendly patrons. It's a great date night place! Also, you can sit outside with your dog and enjoy your pizza and beer. Nothing better than sharing your favorite pizza place with your favorite pup in tow!
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John Gilchrist
a month ago
Fantastic beer selection, both in-house brews and other craft beer. They have a selection of about 12 self-brewed and 25 guest taps. Tried 2 in-house IPAs and one pale ale, all of which were top notch. Growlers are available for carry out. The atmosphere is very loud, but they have a single file bar line which moves quickly and ensures everyone is served in order. The pizza definitely takes a back seat to the beer. Not bad, but priced gourmet. I'd skip it next time, but will be back for the drinks.
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Jennifer Smalls
3 months ago
This place is a great gathering place, there is such a large assortment of drinks to choose from it's almost overwhelming. The atmosphere is very much and Austin pub/bar. There is ample seating inside and out, but it always seems to be full. There is a good amount of parking around the area. The food is pretty good. The pizza rolls are good a little pricey for one, the pretzel is good, the pizza is a little greasy for my style. It can get really loud in there though, if you are trying to have a conversation I felt like at times I was yelling.
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Jennifer Peatross
5 months ago
Came here as part of the Google Local Pizza Bus Tour. This was stop #2 and the favorite of everyone. The pizza has a medium crust that is enjoyed by everyone. The restaurant boasts a beer selection to rival Draught House and cider on tap. You can even get beer flights. Old-school arcade games in the corner. The pepperoni & basil and the margherita were both great, but the Bahn Mi pizza, which was the special of the day, was the big hit of the day. Everyone on the bus who tried it could not stop raving about it. I hope that Pinthouse puts it on the regular menu, because it was a HUGE hit.
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Sara Swenson
6 months ago
The salads, pizza, ambience, and beer selections are good. But, the experience needs to change. It is first come, first served seating which is fine when it's not crowded. But go on a crowded night and it is a poor customer experience. If you are looking for a table you have to search around and monitor all the tables to see who might be finishing up. Then you have to interrupt someone's dinner to call dibs on their table and hover around some more making them feel as if they need to hurry up and finish eating so you can have their spot. Then, after being really annoying, they finally get up and someone else rushes to the table to end up in an argument over who's table it is. After you win the argument and take your hard earned seat, you get your food and beer (which is good) which you can't enjoy because someone comes up to your table to call dibs on your table and hovers around you waiting for you to get up. Not fun. Need to switch to a hostess seated restaurant during rush times to get a more enjoyable experience. Then I'd say 4 stars.
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