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1. Apothecary Cafe & Wine Bar4800 Burnet Rd, Austin
2. Vino Vino4119 Guadalupe St, Austin
3. House Wine408 Josephine St, Austin
4. Winebelly519 W Oltorf St, Austin
5. Mulberry360 Nueces St, Austin
6. 360 Uno Trattoria3801 N Capital of Texas Hwy, Austin
7. Red Room Lounge306A E 3rd St, Austin
8. Aviary Lounge2110 S Lamar, Austin
9. Fork and Vine3010 W Anderson Ln, Austin
10. Henri’s Cheese & Wine2026 S Lamar Blvd, Austin
A cozy interior, fresh ingredients, and affordable, inventive cuisine make Apothecary a great place to go and enjoy a delicious meal.
Giving life to Austin’s historic Hyde Park neighborhood, this casual and comfortable wine bar with its low-lighting and warm wooden interior is fit for a romantic rendezvous. Vino Vino gives hope to winos seeking a global selection focused on old world, small production vineyards and features 21 by-the-glass options and over 350 bottle selections.
As they say themselves, House Wine is "A wine bar as unpretentious and inclusive as Austin itself!" Daily house specials like Monday’s $20 revolving bottle list, Sunday’s half priced glasses, and their Happy Hour Every Hour $5 glasses keep things good and affordable.
Good wine made great by the smattering of eats to gorge on at this wine bar. Tapas and small plates are just $5 during happy hour.
With 100+ wines and mouthwatering bites like the FoieBerry Burger and Asian Pear Salad, you'd have to be particularly picky to not find something to like at this downtown wine bar.
360 Uno's wine list is so long that if it was assigned in school you'd skip it and read the sparknotes. The restaurant offers affordable flights for the uninitiated, drinks by the glass, reds and whites on tap, and retail priced bottles for those looking to take some home.
The Red Room Lounge provides a great atmosphere for consuming multiple glasses of wine and relaxing. This tasting room is helmed by Alex Andrawes, owner and operator of Personal Wine, and his team of experienced somms who maintain an impressive list of newer and some of the most rare vintage wines on the market. Oak barrels, guitars, and leather-upholstered furniture adorn the space, creating the perfectly-laid-back environment you want in a wine lounge.
Aviary Lounge is the spot if you’re just looking for a quick fix of du vin or a small bite to eat. It's a totally laid back atmosphere and the bar is one of the few wine spots in the city to feature live DJ sets all Friday and free wine classes every Thursday.
Located in North Austin, Fork & Vine offers New American cuisine with a playful Austin twist. Be sure to try the fried free-range chicken, which comes with Gouda mac 'n' cheese, watermelon salad, and a jalapeño cheddar biscuit. They also have lots of craft beer.