Honey Moon Spirit Lounge
Honey Moon Spirit Lounge | Photo by Cassandra Klepac Photography
Honey Moon Spirit Lounge | Photo by Cassandra Klepac Photography

Honey Moon Spirit Lounge

Austin
Restaurant
$$$$
Available for Delivery/Takeout
Available for Reservations

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A charming bungalow decked out in French-inspired antiques and decadent furniture, Honeymoon Spirit Lounge serves seafood like a European. And who doesn’t love eating off a fancy tier? Their brunch-time seafood tower is always a winner; items are seasonal, and right now features stone crab, Gulf shrimp, market fish ceviche, cocktail sauce, and dijonnaise. Add caviar service to the mix for an extra pop of oh la la. You fancy.

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This joint’s name is seriously on point. The chandelier-adorned, purple-lit, velvet booth-strewn outpost is dreamy enough to put even the most Tinder-jaded in a romantic mood. Add a couple of their drinks, like the espresso martini-inspired The Full Salute, alongside some East Coast Oysters and their exceptionable cheese plate, and you are sure to feel the charm even more. For those who want to go full-on heart-eyes-emoji, try the Old School Old Fashioned, a mix of Old Forester Bourbon, cherry-coffee bitters, and demerara, finished with a soft display of smoke that plays like a love spell on your taste buds.

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This little bungalow decked out in French-inspired antiques and velvety furniture is so gorgeous you’ll want to move in. Chef Manuel Rocha recently launched his Sunday brunch program, a sophisticated way to heal the hangover. The menu features decadent dishes like Biscuits and Foie Gras Gravy with duck carnitas and sunny eggs; Seafood Towers stocks with East Coast oysters and Gulf shrimp; Caviar laden with crème fraîche; and, of course, brunch cocktails (our pick is the refreshing Honey Moon Spritzer). Brunch service runs until 3:30 pm, but don’t worry if you miss it—dinner’s just as scrumptious.
How to book: Reserve via Tock or order takeout via Toast.

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