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American Restaurant$$
Today 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
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2027 Anchor Ln Austin, TX 78723
2027 Anchor LnUSTXAustin78723
$$American Restaurant, BarToday 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
Monday 5:00 – 11:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 10:30 am – 2:30 pm
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Farm-fresh Texas fare meets seasonal cocktails & beer, plus a large all-weather patio.- Google
People talk about rabbit and dumplings, ox tongue sliders, crispy green beans, happy hour and grilled cheese
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Lex Beattie
reviewed 3 weeks ago
I live within walking distance of Contigo, and I must say, it's an amazing resto-bar to have in the neighborhood! The patio seating is great for a late dinner (it's a bit too hot for me earlier on) and the service was great! I highly recommend getting the grilled cheese with bacon and their pickled green tomatoes. It was one of the best sandwiches I've had in Austin. They also have a great craft cocktail menu. P.S. It's dog friendly :)
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Shannon MF
reviewed 4 months ago
I really enjoyed Contigo. It's a simply laid out dining area, patio and bar. Nothing fancy but yet still clean and sleek. The menu is relatively small but has an abundance to offer. We tried various starters and small plates and enjoyed them all. They definitely know how take simple flavors and perfect them. Their cocktails and beer selection are also simple but with great variety. I will definitely go back to Contigo again.
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Robert B
reviewed 11 months ago
Contigo is "high-end dining" meets "Austin rugged". The place feels like a five star restaurant, even when situated outdoors, at picnic tables or around the fire ring. And every. Single. Thing was absolutely delicious. Everything.
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Annie-Lee Taylor
reviewed 3 weeks ago
If you do not like the Texas heat, I would NOT suggest going here in the summer. This place is completely outdoors and I was not properly warned. It was HOT. Consider this your warning. Though the decor was great! I came here for happy hour after work so between that and the heat, drinks were a must. The server was incredibly nice and when I asked for drink suggestions, I'm more of a cocktail girl, he suggested the Rancher's Punch. It was FANTASTIC! I had 2, despite my better judgement, and it definitely cooled things down. For food, we shared a few bar snacks. The White Bean Dip, wow. You have to get this. Yes, duck fat is in the description, but overlook that detail and try it. The Pigs in a Blanket, which I was not a fan of and what caused the lack in a star. They were not completely cooked so the breading was runny on the inside which was not a fun surprise. The meat and the side of mustard were not great either. Didn't like any part of it. And finally, after seeing tables around us order it, the Popcorn. I would go back here just for some of that Popcorn. Yes, it was THAT good. This isn't your average movie theater Popcorn, it has peanuts, cinnamon and cayenne, which might sound weird, but it tastes delicious! This is the good stuff. Besides the heat (which I can't blame them for) and those Pigs in a Blanket (which I absolutely can blame them for) it was pretty good. Decent happy hour prices and a very Austin-y type place, without being in the crowded Downtown of Austin. An East side Austin oasis! When the weather cools down, I will definitely stop by again.
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Christina Ly
reviewed 3 months ago
Contigo has yet to disappoint. I've been there for brunch twice and cocktails/snacks twice. If there is anything on the menu that has their beef/ox tongue in it, get it. They get it so very tasty and tender every time. For brunch the quiche and arugula salad or their beef tongue hash are amazing. The ox tongue sliders are a must-have for happy hour (I heard they're free on Wednesdays at certain times, what???). The drinks are on point, and on a lovely spring evening, sitting out on their patio is just perfect.
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Ben Marland
reviewed 10 months ago
I took a date out to this place and got the chance to enjoy it for the first time. All of their small dishes are amazing are worth every penny. I recommend this place for getting a bunch of small things and sharing. Their cocktails are out of this world; the people behind the bar obviously know what they are doing. They served a great Old Fashioned