The Brewer's Table
We also feature guest taps starring a few friends and favorites, a thoughtfully selected wine list and a full bar punctuated by craft cocktails inspired by the kitchen and brewing process.
We invite you to come by and stay awhile.
Grab a seat at the bar, enjoy a meal in the dining room, join a group for a special experience at The Brewer’s Table on the mezzanine level or throw back some beers on the patio. No matter your agenda, we’ve got a space, a brew and a bite (or more) to suit you.
2018 Restaurant of the Year, Austin Monthly
Excellent job by Tyler to make sure the experience and food were amazing. Drinks also dazzling.
Everything was delicious, great environment, great service
Fried chicken was excellent! Would have preferred a piece of white meat instead of 3 pieces of dark meat. Mac and cheese had a great flavor but was a little overheated. Wine recommendation was excellent! Overall a very nice experience! Would definitely go back and try something different.
Beautiful presentation, amazing service great job Tyler. Food is still amazing.
Food was okay. Service slow and unhelpful.
Very cool atmosphere. Great cocktails and even better beer. We were a little underwhelmed by the execution on the food--except for the porkbelly skewers, those were awesome.
My wife and I made a reservation here on last Saturday night(October 5, 2019). Everyone was super friendly and knowledgeable on the beer/food. I had the BLT Cheeseburger and it was delicious! It comes out med-med rare, so specify if you’re into a med well. I definitely recommend this place. Cool staff, great atmosphere along with great beer and food.
Food wasn't very good.
We had pancakes - at least one was burnt to a crisp. This is a bad sign, as they knew it was burnt when they put it on a plate.
We had a Roasted Sweet Potato Dip - it wasn't bad. But I don't think you'd want more than a taste of it.
Mish mosh wasn't great, wasn't terrible.
At least 2 of the items we wanted to order were sold out so maybe that would've changed our review.
But unless you're in love with the beer, go somewhere else.
We were really disappointed in quality for the cost. We got a charcuterie, which had three tiny portions of meat - one that was good, one that was super fatty, and one that was purely fat (Lardon). Even thought we left most of that on our plate, no one asked how we liked it. Two drinks, a meat plate and an appetizer cost us $70. We were pretty disappointed.
This place had such creative food options. I am still obsessing over the scallops in the nightshade dish where you get skillet seared scallops on top of an array of veggies on a bed of tomato pasta...literally a whole sheet of tomato pasta....yum!!! We tried a few beers too and all of them were fantastic! Such a great time and the service was excellent.
We went to The Brewer's Table for dinner on a Tuesday evening to celebrate a birthday. It was our first time visiting. It was very quiet, which we expected for a Tuesday night, so we didn't mind. The restaurant is beautiful! I loved the style and decor. It is in an old airplane hangar and they did a great job with the design. The service was good, but the food was disappointing, which is the most important part. We ordered the charcuterie board, half roasted chicken, and the special of the night which was fried chicken with mac & cheese and a melon salad. The servings on the charcuterie board were very small for $26. The roasted chicken was okay, but nothing special for $29. I was expecting better quality based on the prices and the atmosphere. The fried chicken is where everything really went down hill. The mac & cheese was cold the first time they brought the dish, so we sent it back. They brought it back barely warm the second time. The third time, they got the mac & cheese nice and hot, which is what we wanted, but they made up a new serving of the fried chicken. We cut into the chicken and it was completely raw on the inside. The manager then apologized and made us a new dish himself. It was a rib eye steak with gravy, blue cheese, greens, and wedge potatoes. Everything needed salt, but overall it was better than the dishes we ordered. Since we were celebrating a birthday, they did give us a stout pudding for dessert. This pudding was amazing! It was the best thing we had all night. Overall, the food was not up to our standards. The service was good and they did try to make the issues right, so we really appreciated that. They did not charge us for the fried chicken dish. Unfortunately, the whole experience was disappointing and we would not return to this restaurant. They have a great concept and a ton of potential, but the issues in the kitchen were catastrophic.
What a beautiful Sunday brunch! The food was AMAZING. We loved the gazpacho, carrot cake French toast (I mean C’MON!) the pancakes and the chilaquiles🌶 dish. Such a beautiful space as well. This is a secret hidden gem that everyone needs to know about!!
Everyone loved their meals and drinks were good - but it is a little expensive.
Great atmosphere, and even better menus. It's clear that a lot of heart and thought goes into every selection. The staff here are awesome! The portions are adequate for the price point, and unlike most high end restaurants the Instagram worthy plates don't leave you unsatisfied or hungry. The drinks are phenomenal! Pro tip: Do yourself a favor and have a seat at the bar one evening when the main bartender (James) is working. He has extensive knowledge on all things beer and Brewers Table. Head over for any occasion and you're in for a treat!
They usually are not open for food on Saturday but they had David Vaughn there as a visiting chef. The portions were just right and the 6oz beers cannot be beat. Our dogs loved it. There were children who were playing which gives it a good family vibe. The misters were great and the beer is a must try. This is an incredibly clean, dog friendly place. We will be back.
Memorable food for special dinner event!
Brunch. Great menu. Decided to share dishes just so we could try more of it. Started with Salad and Speck dish on the light side. Then went big with Pancakes, Chilaquiles, Egg In a Hole. Great presentation, great service and the foods as awesome. Wife thought the Bloody Mary was excellent as well. Will be back with more fiends so we can try the whole menu next time!
Lots of updates- new menu options, cocktails and wine on tap. I’ve had almost the entire menu- my faves are roasted chicken, and the burger. Staff is very accommodating and friendly too. Brunch has also started and I need to go check it out!
Service was fantastic, and food and beer were good too. Will definitely go back!
Would absolutely recommend this delightful place to a friend. Not only is the aesthetic gorgeous, but their food is SUPERB! Our service was quick, and very personalized. Loved the Brewer's Table!
I truly enjoyed my evening at this restaurant. The food was exquisite as well as the atmosphere. The food had a unique quality in taste. I loved that they have a wide variety of beers.. I would definitely return ..
What a gem! If you ever are in need of an upscale casual perfect evening, this is your spot.
My server was knowledgeable and helped me pick out the perfect wine and all of the dishes came out fairly quickly.
Perfect date night. We will definitely be coming back.
I don't get here very often since we live a distance, but every time is a delight. The menu evolves and the food offerings are works of art for your taste buds. Service is top notch. Very attentive and friendly but not intrusive, a hard balance to get these days. Always checked in on by a manager or the owner to see if everything is going well. The value is there for the price as well. Just need to live closer!!!!!
East Austin resident. Foodie. I've had fantastic meals at Brewer's Table before, but last night the food was bland, salty, and boring — but STILL tremendously expensive. And they no longer offer the larger sharing dishes. Given all the amazing options in the area, I'm not sure BT is worth the $
This place used to be absolutely fantastic but nothing that we ordered was excellent, and they no longer offer the family style dining experience anymore, which was awesome. It just no longer holds up for the price point of the dishes. $18 for 3-4 pork ribs that were tough and impossible to get off the bone, a couple people got the $17 burger and those were over-cooked as well. Very disappointed. Not sure why they pivoted away from what made them so popular initially, but we def won’t be back. The service was excellent though, no complaints about that.
Place was fun. Food was OK.
I'd come here again for the beer and ambiance, but the entrees were not worth the value.
Patrick was wonderful. The food was great. Should have asked for a tour!
We went there for our 10 year anniversary as most places were booked. However, we’ve never been to BT so we decided to give it a try. Nice ambiance and decor. They have a good drink menu. Not impressed by the food. Our ribs were cold! Mentioned to waitress and nothing was done. The sweet potato dip was tasty, but it came with 4-5 small chips. Asked for more and they brought 3 tiny crostini and charged us $3 - honestly, don’t think we’ll be back.
We were so psyched to go to this restaurant after reading so many raving reviews. Needless to say we were pretty disappointed with the lackluster food. It almost seems like it’s trying to be a fancy hipster restaurant, but their chef is not on board. The burger dish was so oversmoked it was pretty much inedible. On the upside the service was wonderful.
I think we may have ordered things that weren't their knockout dishes but I did not love the food we ordered. I found the ribs to be flavorful but not memorable, but the beef tartare was awesome, though not given enough chips and broccoli to scoop it all up. The gochujang wings were good, but not great. I did not drink that night but my friend who was drinking thought the beer choice was outstanding. Our server was also really friendly and helpful and while I thought the food was adequate the overall experience was very enjoyable and will go back again to give it another shot.
The service was great but the food was bland overall. Tried several dishes and almost everything was under-seasoned.
Went for the restaurant week menus and enjoyed everything. The scallops were beautifully presented. Great BBQ wings.
Food was excellent. We tried many of the items on the menu. We loved everything but the wings. Wait service seemed to be a bit stretched. We had to ask several times for clean silverware and water refills. They were very accommodating when asked but we shouldn't have to keep asking.
Great service - bar seating let us see the dishes and know what to order..
Disappointed - the beer was excellent but food was mediocre and service lacking. For all of the hype and great reviews with this restaurant- we were looking forward to it where is was not a good experience.
Went for restaurant week. Great variety of food for the prix fixe menu that was all delicious. Great selection of house made beers as well as guest taps. Will definitely come again
Slow service, but the food was worth the wait.
We went during Austin Restaurant Week and did the 3-course prix fixe menu for $50 per person. It took nearly an hour to get our first course. Our reservation was for 7:30 pm, but we did not leave until 9:45 pm because it took so long to get our food. The place seemed a bit unorganized and the food itself simply was not worth the wait. The staff were friendly, but I constantly had to flag down a server to get more water while waiting forever. Would not recommend.
Restaurant was super cute but the food was just okay. It wasn’t anything special.
My husband and I tried BT because I’ve seen it on a couple “beat restaurants in Austin” lists for 2019. The building/environment is nice, the service was pretty good, and the beer selection is fun (if you like beer, which my husband does!!). We had the bread (waaaay over priced for bread but delicious), the sweet potato dip (delicious and a “must order”), the ribs (just ok), and the roasted chicken (cooked perfectly but it’s just roasted chicken). I had the mezcal drink (not to my liking) and the Paloma (great). My husband tried about 6 different beers and liked most of them (except the beet beer which he was was the worst beer he’s ever had, but he also doesn’t like beets). Overall, it was a pretty good visit but I don’t think we’ll go back unless we are already in east Austin; it’s pretty far east for us.