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Flour and Vine
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300 S Lamar Blvd Austin, TX 78704
300 South Lamar BoulevardUSTexasAustin78704
American Restaurant, BarToday 5–10PM
Friday 5–10PMSaturday 5–10PMSunday 5–9PMMonday ClosedTuesday 5–10PMWednesday 5–10PMThursday 5–10PM

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
"The appetizer was really good and the dish I got as well- mahi mahi."
"The three of us opted for the Grilled Pork Chop instead."
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Gary Taylor
8 months ago
Looking forward to our 5th visit to Flour and Vine. We have thoroughly enjoyed literally everything we have had to eat or drink at this wonderful place. Try everything! You must enjoy a drink concocted by the best cocktail chef in Austin, David Klugiewicz. He will surprise you with something new, or create whatever you can imagine. The Happy Hour menu's Fried Green Tomatoes are a favorite starter, drizzled with a roasted red pepper sauce and topped with herbed goat cheese. Delish! I swear the dinner menu's Glazed Pork Chop is truly melt-in-your mouth heavenly. Tonight, I'm trying the Chilean Sea Bass. Can't wait!
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Shane Smith
a year ago
Great food, service, and atmosphere. Mai and Hanger steak were excellent. We will be back. On a side note we were seated very quick. This place must still be under the radar!!
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Gretchen Dao
a year ago
Early afternoon Saturday, we were able to make a reservation for a large group for dinner at prime time the same night. They’ve got a garage next door where you can park, but there’s also street parking in the area. They had a live guitarist that evening who was really into the music. Surprisingly it wasn’t TOO crowded. The waitress warned us that they were out of the Hanger Steak. Ensue boos from the meat-lovers in my group, including me; well, have no fear! – the three of us opted for the Grilled Pork Chop instead. The others ordered the Black Drum, Shrimp and Grits, and Chicken Marsala. Five minutes later, the waitress comes back and says they’re out of the Black Drum. Really? So my friend switched his order to the Mahi Mahi. All was fine and dandy for a few more minutes, when, lo and behold, the waitress once again returned and told us there was only one pork chop left. What?! 1. How are you out of 3 of the 11 entrees?! On a Saturday night?! When it’s not even crowded?! 2. WE HAVE TO FIGHT FOR THIS PORK CHOP?!?! Anyways, our final order: Grilled Pork Chop, Spicy Alfredo with shrimp, Mahi Mahi (x2), Chicken Marsala, and Shrimp and Grits. We cheered ourselves up by asking for two baskets of the complimentary bread, which by the way came fresh out of the oven and was SO GOOD. Some highlights--- The star of the Pork Chop dish was actually the sweet potatoes on the side. Pork chop was dry and overcooked. There was a certain chewiness and bite to the texture of the pasta; you can tell it was homemade! So delicious. The Alfredo sauce was also to die for. I’m still thinking about it. My favorite dish of our table was the Mahi Mahi. The flavor was complex and rich and balanced. I will definitely order that if I go again. Verdict: despite the shenanigans earlier on, mostly everything was actually very good and well-seasoned. I’d be happy to overlook the negative and return again, especially for that Alfredo or Mahi Mahi. Worth it, and glad we didn’t fight over that pork chop.
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Robert Caskey
a year 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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Jennifer Smalls
8 months ago
Went here during SXSW and it was dead, I mean 3 tables dead, there was a performer playing she was okay. The service was sucky for it being dead, and the food was just as bad. The soup was really salty, the pasta was so so and the mac and cheese was mac no cheese. It is easier to park at since, there is attached parking, but there is nothing impressive about this place. None of my food was memorable and the service was forgettable.
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Israel Rodriguez
a year ago
It was my first time here, but I'll be returning. The appetizer was really good and the dish I got as well- mahi mahi. The wine was great too and not too expensive. The place is reasonably priced for the great food. The staff were nice too. I wish I'd gotten their name. Oh yes, and the bread pudding was great too.
John Lumpkin
a year 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
2 years 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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