• Complimentary chef's choice dessert when you dine at the restaurant

This popular restaurant on South Lamar has an unusual pedigree. It first opened in 2006 as a furniture shop that sold wine (yes, you read that correctly) and transitioned to a full-blown wine bar/eatery in 2017. born-and-bred Texan chef Andre Molina, formerly chef de cuisine at Intero, has created an eclectic and palate-pleasing menu that ranges from branzino in coconut-chili broth to chicken Milanese, fried pickled okra, lasagna with lamb merguez, and more. You’ll love the high ceilings, the aquamarine walls, and the soft lighting that give off a Mediterranean vibe, and the food is so good that Sarah Thurmond, the Austin Monthly restaurant reviewer, wrote, “I just wish I lived in the neighborhood so I could visit all the time.”

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