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
We loved our experience at the Brewer's Table. It has a really easy-going, but chic atmosphere. We loved sitting at the bar and having the pleasure of watching the chefs work - super impressive. The food was good, but pricey, as were the cocktails. We want to come back again and try more things. I'd recommend the caesar salad and wings out of what we had. Their beers are great and getting unique beers to-go is a cool feature. Chozet the GM is super accommodating and friendly - we loved getting to chat with him!
It is simple good done extraordinarily well. Will be back for another special occasion! :)
Best brunch in town, BY FAR!!! We had the best experience. I can’t wait to get another big group and sit out on the front patio. This is my favorite spot! Great food, great drinks, great staff!
Amazing service and food! Tried quite a few items off the Dinner Menu and was blown away by each and every one. Wide range of options offered to please any pallet, but with a pared down menu as to not overwhelm you. Personally checked on by both the owner as well as the head chef. Attentive wait and bar staff. Everyone provided valuable suggestions on food and beverage pairings, with a wide range in both. Decor was beautiful with work from several local Austin artists and a great view of the brewery if you're dining in the main area. Great experience eating here for the first time this week. 10/10 will recommend and can't wait to return!
Great happy hour and dinner spot for entertaining. Friendly and attentive staff. Beautiful space. Great beer and wine list. Solid cocktails. Ate our way through pretty much everything on the menus and enjoyed it all.
I live in the neighborhood, so really wanted to like TBT. Our table of 4 laughed when the $12 caeser salad was presented to share. It was plated such that it took only 1/2 a small plate it was served on. Each person had 12 leaves each. The $38 scallops came with nothing else, just some juice. My chicken was pink inside and vegetables bland and also undercooked. Hope they improve, the beer was good, though but lots of other places to drink beer.
Food, ambiance, ownership, location, building structure, everything. Fantastic establishment. Don’t leave without getting the wings ♥️
Service was slow and used plates not cleared in a timely manner. Owner/ manager stood talking near by without considering customers needs.
The staff is very friendly and helpful. There had been some confusion about my reservation (on my end) and the hostess was friendly and helped me.
I took my parents here to impress them and they loved the food selection and the beer selection.
It is in the expensive side, and it is worth what you pay for it.
Apps were OK. Entrees had issues and staff did little to address. Cold and under seasoned food are bad signs. Not going back unless for a beer.
It cannot be overstated how great this place is. The vibe, service, drinks, and value are all superb. The menu is exquisite. No one in the country is really doing what they are from a technical aspect, and their Hill Country ingredient dedication is fantastic. Spread the word. Spend your money. They’re fantastic at TBT.
We ate here on NYE. We had been previously a couple of times and always sat at the counter to see the kitchen action. Tonight we wanted to enjoy the dinner and company more than the show. Found was outstanding as usual and the beers to accompany the meal were great. Solid choice for any event.
The food was not very tasty and overpriced for what we ordered. I attempted to order a second glass of red wine and our waitress could not be found.
NYE prefixed course was OUT OF THIS WORLD!! Brewers Table continues to impress me!
This is not the same restaurant that it used to be. The place was almost empty at 7:30pm on a Saturday, which was a huge warning sign. Our party of 6 was seated at a high round table that had almost no light, when there was plenty of available seating in the main area where there was plenty of light. The food was unremarkable. Three of us ordered the mussels which while well cooked, had no flavor whatsoever. The broth was bland. One person ordered the beef tartare and said it was so heavily dressed/sauced that she couldn’t taste the beef. The staff were friendly but spent a lot of their time huddled together watching something on someone’s phone. I can’t blame them as the place was so empty they had nothing to do. Even the kitchen staff were milling about. It’s sad as this place used to be amazing. But we can’t justify going back for such mediocre food. I’m actually embarrassed that I took friends and family there.
Been here 4 or 5 times now. Food, drinks, service are always wonderful. It's pricey but doesn't feel overpriced, which is rare in Austin these days.
Excellent food. Good portions and service was awesome
Food was cold, we were rushed by the waiter. Wasn’t as good as it was the first time we went.
The girls working the front of the house were fantastic. Really accommodating and just really nice. One of our party was running late and they were really cool about it. The menu was thoughtful. We ordered cocktails and 5 dishes. All were very good. Not mind blowing but just really good solid food. The greens that came with my quail were my favorite part. The Brussels sprouts with the pork belly skewers were also fantastic. Unfortunately our server had a very large table he was working so we didn’t get a lot of attention. We only saw him a few times. He didn’t write down our order then had to come back and ask us what we ordered again. The women’s bathroom was also pretty gross. Maybe it was just an off night but some areas of the restaurant were just struggling. We were going to get dessert but based on the service we received for the rest of the meal it would have just been an inconvenience so we left and went somewhere else for dessert. Overall the experience was good but I don’t think we would go back. The food was just good enough but not anything to try twice with so maMy other options In Austin.
We really wanted to like the Brewer’s Table, but our experience was a little disappointing. The service was not very friendly or what we’ve come to expect from the Austin dining scene. Our waiter seemed bored, annoyed, or indifferent at every interaction. The food was good, but 9$ for 4 small slices of bread seems excessive. The service really made the experience unenjoyable
Enjoyed the experience
Amazing food, experience and service. Love this place and a golden favorite.
Lovely. Highly recommend for a date as the live music was awesome
This was my sixth visit to the Brewers Table. The food has always been exciting and inventive. I still think of some of the great dishes I have had there. (venison tartare one of my favorite tartares of all time) BUT
On the last few visits I have noticed service getter slacker, got close to poor on this visit. We sat at the bar which I really like, see the chefs working, and get to preview all the dishes. All our dishes were delivered at once (bad form). We were close to finishing, but still had our empty cocktail glasses. Managed to get a beer. The Tartare was bad, could not taste the beef nor feel the texture (big bummer). Other dishes good ish but nothing to remember. Used to have interesting sides with the dishes, not so much on this night. Sixth visit could be my last, but I do have great memories from before.
Overall, this was a delightful lunch experience. They offer a small lunch menu, but we enjoyed what we ordered!
Overall, our experience was good, however there are a few things that need to be pointed out.
The food plating is awkward and poorly thought out for the diner.
Our main chicken entree was ordinary.
We had to pay extra for additional chips for our sweet potato hummus dish, when only 5 were provided.
That’s totally unacceptable for a high end restaurant. Tickey tack charges on a $100 bill.
That being said, their beers are delicious, our server was great, and the pork belly is delicious.
I’d definitely go back for the beer, not sure about dining.
Great meal as usual, however we missed the menu items for two or more. They usually had a protein and 3 sides and were great for the two of us. Loved the Fall AF cocktail.
Food and service are excellent. We got there later in the evening so they have some items on the menu that were already sold out. Will come back to dine here again.
Always such amazing service and love spending our special occasions with y'all. Thank you guys!
I have been to the restaurant many times for dinner and count it as one of my favorites in Austin this was my fist brunch.
I felt like the music was about 30% too loud, it was hard to hold a conversation and the server had to keep asking me to repeat myself because she could not hear me.
The food was good overall but the sweet potato cake with the pork was really lacking, both in flavor and texture.
Food was delicious. Pork Belly and Brussel Sprout skewers were amazing. Front of house service was a little confused upon our arrival, as we requested bar seating on our reservation, but they said they only had a table. Not a big deal at all, but just didn't know why the request was there if it wasn't translated. Overall, great drinks, huge beer selection and excellent food.
The food was very good. The beer was average to good. The service was pretty slow, which would be my only complaint. I really liked the vibe of the place though and definitely would like to go back when it is warmer and enjoy the outdoor seating area.
Food was great and service was even better. Hearth Bread and Steamed Mussels were the highlights.
Food was amazing! Service was amazing!
Second time to this restaurant. Solid in-house brewed beer. Service was tough. Our server was a nice guy, but was likely over seated or just way behind. Checked on us once throughout dinner, took about 8-minutes before even being greeted.
Caesar salad was good, we’d order that again. Sweet potato dip was good, Akaushi tartare was really good. Burger was served rare and was not offered a temp for how we would like it cooked. Didn’t have really any flavor, wouldn’t order it again.
Overall, not a good experience for Friday date night... unfortunately won’t be back for dinner.
Not a place for vegetarians, by any means! Well, unless you enjoy eating bread for dinner. The chef attempted to make a veggie plate, it tasted like cardboard.
Good food overall. Service was ok. I was given the wrong menu but instead of the server going to get me the correct one, they just waited until I asked what was different, and they explained as best as they could.
Was a quiet night, restaurant not very full. Service was very good, friendly and efficient. Barley soup and pork belly skewers were very good as was the burger. The wings and mussels were disappointing.
Highlight was the hearth bread w roasted garlic and house butter.
It was a sweet setting, friendly and knowledgeable staff.
Great vibe and drink and food