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Mother's Day Menus & Specials
Join us for Mother's Day Brunch featuring our endless entrees including prime rib, and bone-in ham, along with a brunch buffet showcasing oysters, jumbo shrimp, and crab legs in addition to much more! $2 Mimosas & $4 Bloody Marys complete the day. $85 per person, $19 for children 12 & under.
Sunday, May 12, 2019
Easter Restaurant Specials & Reservations
Join us for Easter Brunch featuring our endless entrees including roasted lamb loin, and smoked brisket and confit duck along with a brunch buffet showcasing oysters, shrimp, in addition to many more. $2 Mimosas and $4 Bloody Marys complete the day. $65 per person, $19 for children 12 and under
Sunday, April 21, 2019
The food and atmosphere are great but the staff is completely checked out during the breakfast and lunch hours. Happy hour and dinner time are much better. Staff during earlier part of day are inattentive and act as though you’re bothering them. Plus we had to ask for help a few times to find our wait staff member from a busser and the hostess stand. When we did that it was like we were in the wrong because we didn’t want to wait for upwards of 15 mins for water to be refilled and checks to be brought. It was a bit ridiculous. Waitress sighed a lot. It was really strange as our table was in very good spirits and kind to her. Not sure what was going on but it was unfortunate.
I have been to Revue several times, but the last time was in November. I remembered my server, Rachel, but I was amazed that she remembered being my server. Once again, her service was outstanding. I was also surprised, too, that Mike, one of the bartenders, remembered me. This was the first time I was there for the Sunday brunch. The buffet was good, but needed replenishing when we were there. We also ordered several items of the small plate menu and they were all delicious. My friend visiting from Chicago was also impressed with Revue and was glad that I had selected it.
Great variety of small plates. Brie is an excellent waiter!
The food and service were impeccable. We came to brunch for my friend’s birthday, and we were treated with complimentary champagne and dessert. Bryan was a fantastic server, and I would list this as a must-do brunch for anyone coming to Austin.
We had the best time here! Our waiter was so nice and we had the best service. They provided appetizers and cake on the house. Would come again in a heartbeat!
The fried egg sandwich was delicious and the atmosphere was really laid back and cool. Those were about the only positives... there were tons of dirty tables so the only seating was at the bar. Nobody mentioned to us that there was a buffet or a brunch special they do so we ordered off the menu... when we found out about the buffet and brunch special we were disappointed because it was a much better deal and would have been a great experience for first timers. The bartender would not serve us alcohol but the other manager looking dude was serving the people next to us beer and Irish coffee.... my husbands pancakes were a little on the crispy side and lacked any flavor.
Needless to say we were highly disappointed in our experience.
Went for Bachelorette dinner and was just ok, nothing outstanding and wished we’d chosen somewhere else. Service started out great but was lacking towards the end of our meal.
It was okay. I was visiting from NY with friends and nothing was that exciting but the brussel sprouts!!! Those were amazingg
We went to Revue to celebrate my father's 80th birthday. The brunch was excellent and at a good value. We will most definitely be back.
A solid brunch option, the buffet is good with a variety of options, nothing standout but overall pleasant. Staff was friendly and fast. I would come with a larger group.
Food was basically an attempt at gourmet buffet. The menu is the most diverse menu I've ever seen in my life - mix of Italian, asian, and American all rolled into one. The decor can only be described as Universal Studious backlot tour. Waiter played a 2 hour game of hide n go seek during our meal. At one point I wanted to send out a search party. Overall I just walked away confused and not very satisfied with dinner. On a good note we did have a great discussion with the dessert counter attendant on the way out which was the best part of the service by far! She was fantastic, they need more people like her there.
The food was really super. I chose the tofu bowl and shrimp gyoza. Fresh ingredients and a lovely mix of flavour and texture.
I’ve had brunch there before, but our service has been way better. It was my father’s 60th birthday, and I was hoping for better service. Our server, I believe his name is Alif or Asif, (Sunday-3/10-brunch time), he just didn’t seem to care to be there. He didn’t introduce himself. He also didn’t care much to check up on us. For the experience that we’re used to, it was disappointing especially when it was such a special occasion. The individual servers who helped deliver some of our food were very polite and kind. We also ordered some of the brisket tacos. They came out cold and didn’t have as good of a flavor like we’ve had. Again, it wasn’t an awful experience but definitely a disappointing one.
Came for the Sunday brunch. It was great mix of all you can eat and ordering small plates. I felt like I had to try everything. I definitely left full but satisfied.
Food was decent at best. Not worth the price.
Menu is a mishmash of west and east, obscure ingredients that may not sit well after a day of travel with few alternatives. Caesar salad was good, pizza was burned, bitter, and flavorless. Waitress poured second glass of $21 champagne into existing glass on the table that was still 1/3 full rather than bringing a fresh, filled glass. Otherwise, waitress tried very hard to please and was attentive without being intrusive. The movie set fake street stalls were a further mishmash, so our overall impression was incongruence. The Good Things panini and room service were reasonable, quick, and delicious.
Brunch was wonderful! Great price for the quality and selection of food offered for brunch.
My wife and I reserved a table at Revue on a Saturday night for a belated valentine's dinner. Unfortunately, my experience did not align with any of the positive reviews that we based our decision. After all, you can't go wrong with a nice restaurant at a brand new hotel?
For starters, the ambience of this restaurant has the feel of a smashed-up Vegas motif; kind of corporate with the vintage Texaco signage. Not really a romantic venue in other words. Our service was friendly, but slow. It took forever for a simple draft beer.
The food had good flavor but otherwise unremarkable. My bolognese pasta dish was just pasta with a thin sauce, no bolognese. My wife ordered a Shrimp Tom Kha, which was mostly noodles and very little broth. Her dish was brought to the table way before mine, like 10 minutes. I had to ask about it...
To their credit, when I complained about all of this the manager was there to hear my complaints and was very gracious about the apologies. He was also very generous in providing a credit on our bill. This was about the only real positive experience I had during this dinner.
However generous the discounted bill though, was I was not there for a cheap meal but for a romantic dinner experience.
I'm sure this restaurant is sufficiently fine for the traveler and out-of-town conference attendees. But there are so many other better restaurants in Austin when seeking a good dining experience.
For a brunch buffet it's hard to beat the value of what you get at Revue. You bypass the insane crowds at other places in downtown Austin being that they have a lot of seating.
Food and Service was outstanding!!! No regrets at all
Lovely food, fabulous service and great ambiance! I highly recommend brunch here!
We were sat way apart from the restaurant by the bakery. Lines of people showed up from the hotel ordering pastry and milkshakes that had a blender going nonstop at deafening levels. The line of people were standing right next to our table. I politely asked the hostess to move us and she rudely told me there were no open tables. We sat for the remainder of the meal staring at dozens of open tables as throngs of people lined up directly next to us, watched us eat, unable to hear each other talk because of the Vitamix blaring at insane levels.
Interesting flavor combos here. I wish the service could have been better. We waited for about 10 minutes before being acknowledged. However, we did have some items comped because Of the wait.
This place is chaotic in a bad way. It’s divided into sections that are decorated to match one of the cuisines they try to serve, but it all clashes with itself.
The food is nothing to right home about. They couldn’t manage to get both entrees on the table at the same time.
The menu was jumbled and hard to find things.
Fabulous food with something for everyone! Great cocktails, Happy Hour menu is amazing, and service is spectacular every time. Thanks for another great visit!
Definitely worth a happy hour visit. Great prices on select drinks and food. Free self parking is a plus. Service was excellent.
I hate to leave a bad review for something, but in a town with as many food choices as Austin, this stands out. The restaurant was a last minute choice because of a client request. Walking in, the first two things you think are Vegas and Food Court. However, design is not the end all. We were promptly seated and service was very good with a few small hiccups. The biggest problem was the food. The menu is three part: raw bar; Italian; and, pan-asian. Plates are made to share. We ordered some pizzas, meatballs on polenta, risotto, oven roasted Brussel sprouts; chili dumplings, and Korean chicken wings. I'm told the wings were decent, and the Brussel spouts (which I had) were also decent. The sausage pizzas came out with a a burnt crust, the kale on top was burned, and overall the flavor was bland. The chili dumplings and meatballs were uninspired and bland. You can get better meatballs from HEB. The risotto was a seafood risotto. It looked like a soup, and given the way the quality of the food so far, I was hesitant to try ... so i skipped. Those in the group that had requested Italian food opined that it looked and tasted like no risotto they had ever encountered. We paid and left after that and actually had another meal elsewhere. Now there may be menu items that are good (we didn't try the ramen), and it is easy to be a food snob in Austin. However, this was just bad. Given all the choices to be had in Austin, I would pick something else. If I were to give one piece of advice to the kitchen, pick one cuisine and stick with it.
Fantastic birthday brunch experience!
Pricey, but it was a nice atmosphere.
Revue is good in concept, but in execution it comes across as a hokey hotel restaurant. The concept of four restaurants in one location is fine, but in practice it's just one big room with one diverse menu... they may as well just simplify the decor and have a robust menu! My dining companions commented that they felt like they were in Las Vegas, which is not necessarily a good thing. There are plenty of other options in that part of town and next time I will try something else.
Quite possibly Austin’s best brunch buffet. Outstanding selection and lots of cool to order options. Can’t wait to go back again.
Thank you VMMATX! We really appreciate that recommendation! Hope to see you again soon!
Great place, poor food!!
The setting in the restaurant was nice and cozy.
There was a wide variety of food, from American to Italian to Asian. Since we were a large group we where able to order a little bit of everything which turned out really good.
The service was great and our waitress was very nice and accommodating. Highly recommended.
Food was really good, but the place was SO cold that our food brought back to our table from the buffet was already cold. We were seated right next to the grill/kitchen, so that food came to us warm. Liked the "tasting" menu. Order as little or as much as you want from specialty items. ATX Benny (aka Eggs Benedict) was very good (if not a little salty.) Service was pleasant but when focus was on clearing off tables and resetting, they kind of forgot us. My husband ordered more hot water for tea and we were about ready to leave when it finally came. Our server was sweet enough to give him a to-go cup for the tea. Candy bags with numerous choices to fill them were a nice touch.
Excellent choice of brunch options on the buffet (and via the included, separate order card), including both the traditional ones as well as some more innovative ones. Everything is delicious and well prepared. Service is enthusiastic, friendly, and well meaning, but a few wrinkles remain to be worked out -- e.g., our particular server was fine with getting us new plates and silverware (without prompting) after each trip to the buffet, but was oddly less attentive to our empty coffee cups.
Best brunch I’ve ever had!!
The food was great and so flavorful, great atmosphere and we had fantastic service. Drinks were disappointing. Way too sweet, tried 3 different ones and all were too much.
It's definitely an odd place, but it's very cool and there is SO much food. Mimosas are $2 each, which is a good value.
Tried their Sunday Brunch - AMAZING! Great variety on the buffet which includes an oyster/prawn section. You can also order as much as you want off of the menu. Banana Bread French Toast with an incredible sauce was served warm. Can't say enough about that! Highly recommend Revue for Brunch!