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About Permanently Closed - dine
This restaurant is permanently closed. Perched lakeside in downtown Austin, dine features a menu of fresh, American fare. The selections include unique takes on classic favorites such as wagyu steak and frites, mushroom mac and cheese, baby back ribs with escabeche, and crispy fried oysters. Craft cocktails, frozen margaritas, and a thoughtful wine list keeps the bar lively. Open for breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner, dine boasts stunning views of Lady Bird Lake from a comfortable, welcoming and stylishly honed space that perfectly harmonizes with the distinctively unique cuisine.
Austin, TX 78701
Contemporary American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6.30am - 11.00am, Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 10:30am
Sunday Brunch: 10:30am-2am
Lunch: Monday-Saturday: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Happy Hour 4pm-7pm, Sunday through Friday. Discounted liquor, beer, and bar food in the lounge & bar.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary Parking is available in the hotel garage for all restaurant guest. Valet Parking is also available.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
dine - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
Limited food menu but great wine selection. Cool ambiance and decor. Love the great big booths. Picture window to view lake is very nice. The Radisson Hotel overall looks worn and in need of a fresh update but the restaurant has a fresher, more up-to-date look. For the price, I was relatively unimpressed with the food. The mac n cheese lacked flavor and the sea bass, while perfectly cooked, was bland. Once the restaurant got a bit busy, the service appeared flustered. We had three of the desserts and liked them all.
My wife had the NY strip with Yukon gold potatoes and side salad. I had the sea bass with steamed veggies. Both entrees were supposed to come with two sides and we only got one, but we didn't make a stink.
Sea bass was delicious, though pricey for the serving ($34 for ~4oz!). Steak was cooked perfectly per my wife's instructions. She finished up with the S'mores cake, but it was so much more than that. Beautifully presented and delicious, from what I hear. :)
Wasn't crowded when we were there. We sat near the windows and watched the sun set over the river. Very quiet and romantic. Given that it was our belated Valentine's night out, it was perfect.
Wow, what a bad Valentine's Day dinner. I came here tonight and it was so bad. I had no idea it was going to be a prix fixe menu and it was $65. First course was a oyster with a champagne toast (AKA a shot glass of champagne). Next up was a runny cold cup of lobster bisque - I have never had such a thin coup of soup. I asked for something different and they brought me clam chowder but it apparently it was jalapeno clam chowder, which I couldn't eat because it was too spicy. Next up, frise salad which was wilted and dry. Dinner was a beef tenderloin and it was so bad. It was obviously cooked earlier in the day and then half assed microwaved because it came out so cold and super rare. I could not even eat one bite! My mom had a salmon dish and that was okay, so we ended up splitting that. The service was good so that is why I gave one star. I think they thought they would be very busy so they prepped everything early in the day but that was a bad idea. I would have rather had the food take longer and be hot, then what we got. They adjusted the bill and we left pretty hungry. Had to go somewhere else for more food. Oh, and the table next to us also had a horrible meal - she told me there was a fly in her salad and their food was super cold too. I appreciate the thought with the candy boxes they dropped off at all the tables but please just prepare fresh food!
I had a business lunch there. The place has a great view of Lady Bird Lake. The food was pretty good; but I think I might not have gotten the best thing on the menu. The Brussels Sprouts starter was really good, but my frittata was just ok. Again, there were other more adventurous options which may have showcased the kitchen better. Service was pleasant and they allowed us to discuss business without too much interruption. Last benefit -- ability to park in downtown Austin. Overall, a pretty good experience.
Didn't realize this is in the Radison Hotel. Nice view overlooking the river. The lights were on full blast and had to ask twice to get them dimmed so it didn't feel like a Denny's. App came out ok and then the Sea Bass we ordered came out raw and had to be sent back. Service was not poor, just not very experienced or professional. Will not be back.
Very disappointing experience. They messed up the reservation. Reservation was for 5:15 and they moved the reservation to 6:15 so that they would only have to give us 100 points instead of the 1000 point reservation. Called the resteraunt and they said we were good to go for 5:15 as originally planned, but then didn't get our other 900 points. To top it of the service was poor and the food wasn't that good either.
DON'T PATRONIZE THIS PLACE!
Went here for New Year's Eve. Was seated at 7. It was 8:30 and all we had was out first round of drinks. Never got any food. Told manager and he straight up said we won't be getting any food for a while. And the restaurant wasn't even busy! We left starving and disappointed. Will never go back
I was hoping that Dine would be something very different from Chavez, especially since Chef Garrido was now at the helm, but unfortunately, my first experience was not impressive. Although the food was tasty and well prepared, the service was not remarkable and the timing of the courses was much too rushed. I will give it a second try and hopefully change my opinion.
Slightly below average food especially when considering price. I usually will never go to a hotel restaurant but decided to give it a try. Steak and pizza ordered. You can get better for less price at other cooler locales. The service was excellent. Great and friendly staff.
We came for Christmas and were totally forgotten about. We had a party of 10 and we won't be back. There were a ton of servers but no one was really dedicated to our table. After an hour and a half they came to ask if we wanted dessert...we hadn't received our order yet. Once they found out we still didn't receive priority service. Our table was never cleared, water was never replenished and we had to go out of our way to ask for coffee. We ordered 2 orders of French fries to hold us until our food arrived (most of us are vegetarian so we really only order veggies) we received one order and had to ask for another...taking 10 more minutes.
It was Christmas so I understand that this may not be normal but you should close for the night if you can't provide proper service. Two hours later and we're left wondering what exactly happened. It was a disaster. The servers were super sweet but the service was a mess. We still left a great tip because it's Christmas and it's the right thing to do. We can't always control what happens but when a mistake is made it should be made right asap. Skip this restaurant.
This was a first time visit and I hadn't realized the restaurant was located in the Radisson, downtown Austin. At 6 pm we were the only ones to eat in the immense dining area, so we felt a bit lonely, but the bar area was pretty full and animated. When we left at 7 pm there were more people. Being inside a hotel reflects the restaurant area: impersonal, but clean and efficient. It also reflects the food: nothing original or new, but OK hotel food. It's one of those places where you will find a table when all other restaurants in downtown Austin are full, if you know what I mean. Service was very friendly, the menu is limited and so is the wine list (no open Sauvignon blanc). It was not expensive, and you get what you pay for. We went there before a concert and we needed a quick, convenient place to eat. For future reference: eat and park at the Radisson, and take one of this pedi cabs to the Frank Erwin Center. Traffic was insane, as per usual.
Had a wonderful Thanksgiving meal at The Dine in downtown Austin. The food was superb and delicious. Service was attentive and genuine. I went in previous to my reservation and was told we would sit at a window seat, and upon our arrival was set on the other side of the windows. They gave our table to a group that had complained about not reserving a window. Other than the table mix up, it was highly recommended.
I went to Dine with my cousin that just flew to town from Amsterdam. I had a reservation for 7PM, and arrived about 30 minutes early, and they were able to accommodate us. The servers very polite and friend, and also were extremely knowledgeable about the menu. I had the Coffee rubbed steak, and my cousin had the braised beef. It was outstanding food, I definitely plan on setting up another reservation, and would recommend this place to anyone.
Some of best brussel sprouts we have ever tasted!
We also loved the macaroni and cheese. The homemade pasta was divine, and shrimp and grits very memorable.
Great manager who checked on us when our order was taking a bit long. He brought us some chips and guacamole.
Our table of 8 ordered promptly after being seated and then we waited and waited.... almost an hour went by before it was even acknowledged that the food had not been delivered. No good reason was given. The food then came out a few plates at a time and we waited some more. No one loved the food, one steak, ordered medium was almost still blue and the chicken was so charred it was inedible. At no time after we finally received the food did any server check on us to see if we were okay, wanted another drink, etc. When we received the check, there was no compensation for the unexplained hour wait. We spoke to the manager about it and he kindly reduced the bill by 20%. The room is quite nice and the atmosphere was good but I certainly would not return.
Unfortunately, the service at Dine was not the best. We seemed to have a very inexperienced server who didn't care much about the fact that our white wine was not chilled (nor did her manager, who was friendly and apologetic but did nothing about it). We also sat for a while without a server checking in throughout the meal even though the restaurant was not very busy. Work on your service! It's super important! If you're having a bad day, get your manager to step in. My two cents.
We enjoyed happy hour at Dine on a Sunday. I love that they do happy hour on Sunday and they feature several dishes and drinks. Our favorites were the Brussels sprouts & the chicken sandwich. We also ordered the pepperoni pizza which was good. The truffle mac & cheese (not on happy hour) is fantastic and definitely worth a try. The service was so-so, there were times when it was hard to find our server (at first to order and later after finishing) even though it wasn't busy, but she was nice and got our food out quickly. Scenic view, great bar. Will definitely be back.
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