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519 W Oltorf St Austin, TX 78704
519 West Oltorf StreetUSTexasAustin78704
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An artful, antique-accented space sets the scene for global vinos & tapas at this bohemian wine bar.- Google
"This is a fun little tapas restaurant in the heart of the 78704 zip code."
"The tomato bread was super yummy but a bit on the oily side."
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Kirby Shallue
2 weeks ago
I had been wanting to try Winebelly for a while so when a friend suggested it for happy hour, I jumped at the chance. We didn't eat dinner, just appetizers and specialty cocktails. Whatever was on the menu for dinner sounded delicious. I'll be sure to come back for date night with the husband to try it out. We ended up having bruschetta and Mac n cheese along with some pretty delicious cocktails. The service was excellent and our waiter seemed to know a lot about the food & wine they served. Can't wait to come back!
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Roshunda Tuck
5 months ago
The duck bruschetta is on point! #cityexperts
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Jeremy Kuhnke
a year ago
This is a fun little tapas restaurant in the heart of the 78704 zip code. A small quante place that is easy to miss but hard to pass up once you have been there. My favorite combination? Frogsleap cab and the braised short ribs, ecstasy in each bit and drink, makes me smile just thinking about it. They have daily specials and a good selection of wine and drinks. You can stop in for a quick sip or bite in the bar area or you can choose to get a table and stay a bit. This is a pretty small establishment, so if you are going to take a large group you should probably check in with them.
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Kristen Valdez
11 months ago
Quiet local spot with great selection in wines. The fries I had were really tasty as well, I will definitely be back!
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Shannon MF
10 months ago
Given that Winebelly is a few blocks from my apartment, I've had my eye on trying this place for awhile. It has a very rustic sophisticated feel to it. Simple tables and decor. There is a surprisingly large back patio space that was unexpected. They have plenty of wine choices varying in cost and taste. I enjoy a wine cocktail that had simple but fresh ingredients. We shared a couple small plates which were satisfying. I enjoy my experience. I wouldn't say it was anything extravagant but it was nice.
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Christina Ly
a year ago
Kind of oddly and randomly located in a small strip mall next to a gas station and those quick cash loan shops. But anyways, once you step inside it's quite lovely. It's romantic, dimly lit, with wood and copper along the walls and on table tops. There are cute witty quotes on the walls too. As for the food, we sampled a few cocktails and drinks: parmesan truffle fries, chicken liver mousse, meatballs, roasted bone marrow, and a few other specials which included foie gras and seared tuna --all washed down with their nina simone cocktail as well as a glass of malbec. We were pleased with everything served to us and had quite a decadent meal. It's definitely one of my top 3 wine bars in town.
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tricia llanas
a year ago
The atmosphere was very nice and appropriate for the look they were going for. Very good wine selection and the outside area was nice to see. The food is in small portions but very tasty along with the cute dishes they serve them on. The service could have been way better. Overall, its a good place to go and try out, at least once
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Aarika Marino
a year ago
Winebelly offers a tapas experience at an affordable price. First off, the curb appeal is spot-on. Such a beautiful and transformative space inside of a bland, impersonal strip mall. The integration of the wood with black lacquer and concrete created a nostalgic backdrop for our evening. The lighting is dim, but illuminated in all the right spots. The back patio is very bright, welcoming and sets itself apart from the enclosed dining area. As for drinking and eating, I did not care for the Rose, but I did enjoy the Pinetop Perkins cocktail. Between myself and two friends, we shared the Tomato Bread, Veal Meatballs, Kale salad, and a cauliflower soup. The salad was a big disappointment–the portion was extremely sparse, including more croutons then kale; however, the watermelon radishes were an interesting surprise. The tomato bread was super yummy but a bit on the oily side. My favorite dish was the meatballs, a generous portion with great texture and flavor. The service was friendly and ensured we were taken care of at all times. I look forward to seeing how this new establishment grows.
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