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Flour and Vine
American Restaurant
Today 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
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300 S Lamar Blvd Austin, TX 78704
300 S Lamar BlvdUSTXAustin78704
(512) 474-4846flourandvine.com
American Restaurant, BarToday 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
Monday ClosedTuesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 5:00 – 9:00 pm
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Located minutes from Downtown Austin, Flour and Vine is a restaurant and wine bar that specializes in comfort food with a modern flavor and is committed to sustainable, local ingredients.

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Classic American eats with modern twists & cocktails served by staff in Prohibition-era outfits.- Google
People talk about prohibition and happy hour
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John Lumpkin
reviewed a month ago
I had spent weeks planning the evening for my sisters birthday. I went out and purchased a new suit for the occasion. We were to go to dinner at 6 and then the symphony at 8 at the long center which was a block away. I had spent hours googling the perfect restaurant for the occasion. The symphony was playing Gershwin so I thought the prohibition theme of this restaurant would be perfect. I had a reservation for Saturday night at 6pm. I had to pick up my sister in San Marcos because that is where she lives and we ran into wall to wall traffic on the way back up. I called around 5:30 to say I was going to be about 30 minutes late. I was assured there would be a table waiting for me. I arrived about 25 minutes late. My table had been given away. I was offered a table on the cold windy patio or a cocktail table with a radius of about 8". I ended up storming out trying to hide my tears. The thing is I know I was late but I called and was assured there would be a table for me. If at this time they had told me they would be unable to hold my reservation it would have been fine, there are plenty of nice restaurants in Austin we would have had plenty of time to find somewhere else to have a lovely meal while we were parked in traffic. As it was they barely left us enough time to find a bar to grab appetizers at. All in all, Flour and Vine completely ruined the evening I had been planning for weeks.
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Ally Warren
reviewed 4 months ago
I had initially wanted to try this place out for weekend brunch, but was disappointed when I went and they were closed. I guess they stopped doing brunch, which is usually a bad sign business-when. Located in the spot of a former Cuban restaurant that went under, I didn't have much faith. My boyfriend and I finally made it for dinner on a weeknight and I'm pleased to say we were pleasantly surprised. We started out with the macaroni and cheese and the brie appetizers and they were excellent! We shared a porkchop entree with mashed sweet potatoes and some other sides, but the starters were the stars here. I saw a gigantic plate of sweet potato fries go out that made me jealous, so if I ever go back, that will be a must. The ambience is nice, but you are right on a busy part of south lamar. They also do happy hour, but you have to be seated in the bar, which we didn't know and missed out on. All in all, it was a fun, affordable date. Would definitely recommend!
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Cara Greenstein
reviewed 8 months ago
Last Thursday, we tried the very new restaurant, Flour and Vine. I was shocked by the hostess who, wearing a flapper dress, proceeded to sing an oldies tune with the accompanied pianist after seating us at our table. The prohibition theme was memorable, to say the least. We liked the lettuce wraps with fresh bibb lettuce leaves and an awesome soy dipping sauce. It had a kick, and we were addicted. We asked for another side of the sauce to go with Brenna, Hannah and Mrs. Robinson's drum in parchment, which was fresh but lacking flavor. I enjoyed the oysters rockefeller appetizer - the spinach and parmesan coating melted in my mouth. Even the other girls, who never eat oysters, liked the dish. My pecan-crusted ruby trout was also a winner on the menu. The portion was huge in comparison to the side of asparagus, which turned out to be 4 spears on a plate. While Flour and Vine isn't on the top of my list for restaurants to revisit, I wasn't disappointed.
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Response from the owner - 8 months ago
We appreciate you taking the time to write us up a review, Cara. While we're glad you didn't leave us disappointed, we definitely want to make sure your future visits are worthy of 5 stars, so your feedback's very welcome! I'd love to see you in again next time you're looking for a night on the town—I know we've got what it takes to knock your socks off! Take care, Alex
Robert Caskey
reviewed a month ago
Decor is great, food is superb, and service has never disappointed. Plus with all the Travel Zoo and Groupon vouchers, it makes for an amazing deal. The hanger steak has been the best entree I've tried here.
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Alachia Queen
reviewed 6 months ago
This has become one of my favorite restaurants in Austin. It's located just south of Downtown so it's easy to get to and has its own parking which is SOOO nice! The food is made with exceptional quality which makes paying a little extra than the average meal worth it. I've had the Fried Green Tomato, Lemon Baked Gulf Shrimp, Black Drum in Parchment, Hanger Steak and the Lamb Bolognese. They do change the menu from time to time though which is nice. Everything I've had has been amazing. Quality Quality Quality! As far as drinks go, the bartenders are very creative and pay great attention to detail with the drinks. The prohibition themes are cute but the quality of liquor mixes is what makes their drink menu stand out! My friend is flying in from the Netherlands next week and this place is on my list of must experience for him! Also, make a reservation with Open Table with them!
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Response from the owner - 5 months ago
Alachia, thanks so much for the good word! It was our pleasure to whip you up a tasty meal. I'd be happy to let everyone know you loved every bite, (and drink). We're looking forward to seeing you and your friend in next week! Cheers, Alex
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Whitney Magnuson
reviewed 8 months ago
I really enjoyed my experience at Flour and Vine. Parking is easy in the attached garage, and we had some really great dishes--I had the vegetarian lasagna which was pretty epic, and my husband had a grilled fish entree that was quite tasty as well. Would be a great stop before a night at the Long Center.
Response from the owner - 8 months ago
Thanks so much for taking the time to write us up a review, Whitney. I'm excited to hear you enjoyed everything when you and your husband came to see us. The Vegetarian Lasagna is definitely a crowd pleaser among our guests! I'll be sure to give the kitchen a well deserved shout out. That said, we'd love to see you and your husband on your next date night! Cheers, Alex, Owner

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