Food great. Service great. Waiter knowledgeable on all foods and wine selections. The salad and soup was great and will order again. I will return to your restaurant when I am in town.
Limited menu choices but so well done. We would like to see the 3 cheese pasta modified to be a bit more healthy (aka veggies, meat/fish puree). This a true neighborhood gem with warm, friendly servers.
Calamari was undercooked as was the chicken parmigiana.
Service was great-food amazing!
Long time regular customers. Service was in unacceptable.
We had a wonderful meal at 68 degrees. We ate outside and had enjoyable conversation. The food was delicious and we particularly enjoyed being able to order smaller plates. We will be back again.
Good service, friendly and helpful staff
Planned a last minute night out to nearby 68 Degrees. Food was good as always (had the shrimp linguine and a caesar salad). Service was a little slow (really bad weather was slowing down the traffic and parking, but not sure why that had an effect unless some staff were late). All in all, this is a great restaurant for a good meal.
Food is always great. Service sometimes lags behind the quality of the food, in that even when it doesn't look that busy, servers disappear for long periods with no explanation.
Standard Italian fare with nothing outstanding. Squid was tasteless and the sauce was weird and not very good. My pasta and clams was underdone although they did agree to take out the pepper flakes at my request. The pork in marsala was tasty, but the green beans were overcooked and limp. The wine list was very small. The noise level was moderate, but we were in a corner booth so were not overly disturbed. The main dining area was very noisy and somewhat hot since it gives onto the kitchen. Decent neighborhood place but nothing out of the ordinary. Prices high given quality of food.
Well prepared items
Offer half portions
Good and fairly priced wines
The food was pretty much mediocre. The service was not good. We had a difficult time getting our water glasses filled. We finally gave up.
Great food and service warm and quaint ambiance. I would remember using ride sharing service to get there because parking can be challenging
Food was very good - typical Austin Ikea tables/chairs - not comfortable
Love this restaurant! Consistently good and can always get a reservation!
Enjoyed the full evening experience
The restaurant was about 98 degrees. Very uncomfortable.
We are so glad to discover a restaurant that we wan to return to time and time again.
Great dinner for 10 to celebrate UT graduates. Delicious options and waitstaff was very accommodating. Look forward to going back.
We have always had great experiences here. I was surprised that on a Monday at 7pm, they were "out of Ravioli" How does this happen?? It is your special and what you are known for yet, by 7pm your are sold out?
Service was very slow, and no option to itemize checks makes it hard for me to give this place more than 3 stars! Food was OK.
Food was delicious! Service was great and the outdoor patio was lovely!
It’s fine but nothing special.
As a part time New Yorker, I've been on the lookout for a better than meh Italian restaurant in Austin, which in my estimation would offer off the beaten track but not necessarily unheard of dishes like calves liver, matriciana, cacio y pepe, osso buco, bronzino, sweetbreads, fagioli, bottarga, etc. prepared by an expert hand - as opposed to the familiar northern Italian fare which Austin's so-called Italian restaurants seem to never tire of endlessly offering to their seemingly unadventurous clientele. 68 Degrees doesn't get there in the off the beaten track department, but the usual stuff is well-prepared and tasty and reasonably priced albeit with over dependence on cream in meat based pasta sauces. One stand out was the buttermilk panna cotta, which was divine. And a well selected wine list. So come on guys - step it up a little and I'll be a regular. Austin needs a Bar Pitti or an I Sodi. You could be it!
We really appreciate the feedback! You are right that adventuresome food can be hard to sell. The chef, also of La Traviata, was excited to hear from you. Here is her reply: 'Please respond to this person that I look forward to the challenge...and that I love to cook that way, and I wish there were more of him in Austin. I will start introducing some new things. And thank you!' Stay tuned. We may have a day of the week for adventure.
Thank you for taking the time to review us. We hope to see you again soon. Glad you enjoyed the environment. We'd like to hear from you if we dropped the ball with you somehow. Please reach out if you would like to .
I keep coming back here because it is always amazing. Best restaurant I have ever been to.
That is so nice of you to say!! Makes us feel great. Thank you very much!
I will begin by saying that our meal was delicious.
The Service, however, was TERRIBLE! After receiving our meals, and ordering a drink, our waiter had been MIA for 30min. We mentioned this to the hostess, and said we had been waiting on drinks for 30min. She said “can you describe your waiter?” I assume she didn’t follow up with him because we didn’t see him again for another 20min.
I am really sorry. Please reach out to me, and we can make it up to you.
We made our second visit to 68 Degrees and had a nice dinner. The service was a bit slow, probably because the restaurant was at capacity. Staff was helpful in getting our bottle of wine poured while we waited a few minutes for our table, and everyone was friendly and professional. We had the mac & cheese balls as an appetizer, the beet/burrata salad and salmon, trout and pork entrees. The food was all delicious. We'll go back, most likely on a weeknight or with an earlier reservation for a quieter ambiance. Overall, thumbs up.
Thank you very much for the great review! We will continue to improve and appreciate the feedback.
Excellent and relaxed lunch!
Party of 4. Midway into the main dining room. First time for the other couple. Had a great time, food was superb, but the service team seemed a little taxed at times. Nothing major, just was a different service experience on our last visit as we were there in a bit slower environment.
We are so lucky to have 68 Degrees in the neighborhood. It is our families favorite place to eat!
Our party of 6 had a wonderful meal at 68 Degrees. It was busy and the wait staff was working hard. Wines were wonderful and our food was delicious. It's a neighborhood, not tourist place that takes reservations and is quiet.
We had fantastic service and the food was really good.
Great Italian food! I have not been very impressed by the various Italian food in Austin, so this was a very pleasant surprise. The Shrimp Linguine and the Tuna Fettuccine were both amazing! The Profiteroles were really good too.
Excellent food, service and ambiance. Nice selection of wine.
we were there on the terrible rainy night last Friday. Our server was very sweet however he did forget to bring one couple their Caesar Salad after we had all been served ours. When I finally told him he was very concerned and though the couple told him they did not want it he brought one anyway compliments of the house but they refused since the main course was a short time away.
I do not understand why we have to pay for bread when most restaurants offer it free of charge. Also you might consider putting a mirror across the back wall as it is not as cheerful looking at a blank wall if you are sitting banquet style.
We brought our supper club there after having lunch and enjoying the food. I had to ask for a slice of bread to go along with my spaghetti during that visit. That should always accompany your food. Also no pasta spoon offered to twirl our own pasta. I know you are 'somewhat' new and you seem very successful...just need special 'little' services to improve . Sincerely, Sandra Roche
We got the macaroni balls to start off with and they were just as expected.
The fresh ravioli came out cold and wasn’t as described. The fresh bread was good and worth the money but the $2.50 up charge for 5 olives seemed ridiculous to me.
I liked the ambience and the service was overall good.
The food and service are consistently great! It's a go-to place for me.
68 Degrees is one of my favorite restaurants in Austin. I have never had a bad meal and many have been absolutely delicious. The design is low key but very well done. I love the lighting - had to find out the designer - it’s Mark Figueredo - the Chairs are comfortable and the art is perfect. Even when it’s crowded it isn’t too noisy. All in all, it is a go-to restaurant when I want a delicious meal AND I want to hear what my friend is saying.