04 Jan Featured in WOWAustin
Thanks to Way Out West Austin for the review! It was our pleasure to host you.
This fun take on “elevated pub food” opened last month near the Four Points. We were invited to a special tasting for the media, serving a menu of smaller versions of the regular dishes. Above, the Farmhouse Pub Burger featuring local Akaushi wagyu beef, Guinness cheddar, house-cured bacon, and of course, a fresh farm egg. So good! The owner/chef launched District Kitchen in south Austin a couple of years back and had an opportunity to branch out here. Lucky for us!
The fish & chips are beer-battered and served alongside mashed green peas. The fries are made in-house.
There’s a big bar, big dining room, and a special “chef’s table” where diners can catch all the action in the kitchen.
Bangers & mash, a classic pub dish, but elevated with a Texas twist (bacon-bourbon mustardo, anyone?). The sausages are made in the kitchen with a combo of pork and beef ribeye. It’s sitting atop silky mashed cauliflower and sprinkled with fried onion strings.
This delectable carnitas poutine featured more of those crispy house-cut fries, covered with smoked-bacon gravy, tender pork carnitas, and goat cheese. Below, the bar offers 20 beers on tap, most of them local, as well as craft cocktails. Cheers!
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