Please note that A Taste of Koko is not encouraging readers to go out to dine by any means but this blog post is meant to serve as a resource for those that have requested a list of restaurants that have reopened and to help support our local restaurants that have reopened to keep their business alive and pay their staff.
Now that Austin restaurants are allowed to reopen at 50% capacity, I wanted to help support our local restaurants like Bar Peached by helping them shoot photos that they can use for marketing and help spread the word for those of you who are wanting to dine out.
Bar Peached is located on West 6th near downtown Austin with a large shaded patio with newly installed mister fans, tables spaced out, and the staff wore both gloves and masks throughout service.
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The patio at Bar Peached is super cute and I really enjoyed having a cocktail on the socially distanced patio while trying out their menu. I haven’t been since they first opened in 2019 so the menu has changed. I was impressed with several of the dishes – scroll down to see which ones.
Bar Peached Review
Restaurant Name: Bar Peached
Restaurant Description: Laid-back bar with cocktails on draft, Asian fusion menu & a large patio with a historic tree in Clarksville.
Price range: $10 - $30
Address: 1315 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78703
Cuisine: Asian Fusion
Telephone: (512) 992-0666
- Outdoor dining on the patio
- Big groups
- Girls night out
- Date night
- Cocktails & appetizers
Starting on Friday, June 12, Bar Peached’s open-air, Heritage tree-shaded patio will reopen at full capacity, and on Tuesday, June 16, the restaurant will reopen its dining room at reduced capacity.
The restaurant is offering a dine-in menu and is also continuing its Curbside service featuring family meals and a la carte options. Orders for curbside can be placed online HERE.
Protecting the health and safety of its guests, staff, and the greater community is paramount to Bar Peached. Safely distanced seating is enforced for both the patio and dining room. Guests have the option of limited contact or contactless service via single-use disposable menus or a QR code. Masks are also required for guests and staff. A thorough breakdown of Bar Peached’s COVID-19 protocols and policies for operating safely can be viewed HERE.
These are the new hours for Bar Peached:
- Tuesday – Thursday: 5 – 9 p.m.
- Friday – Saturday: 5 -10 p.m.
- Sunday & Monday: Closed
- Happy Hour runs daily: 5 – 6:30 p.m.
Reservations are strongly encouraged but not required and can be made via OpenTable HERE.
Happy hour (social hour at Bar Peached) is every day from 5pm to 6:30pm.
$6 draft cocktails
- margarita de peached
- big breezy
- yoga & chill
$5 draft beer
- Zilker Heavenly Daze IPA
- Live Oak Hefeweizen
- Altstadt Lager
- Rotating tap
- Pinot noir
- Brut Excellence
- Blistered shishitos
- Charred Brussels sprouts
- fried fish
- spiced cauliflower
$8 a little more
- spicy pork fries
- BP social burger
Menu + Photos
The items marked with ** are Koko Approved!
Blistered shishito peppers
With maple ponzu and togarashi.
Korean chicken wings
Gochujang soy glaze and black sesame seeds.
Spicy Gochu Pork Fries**
Caramelized kimchi, black sesame seeds, Asian bbq sauce, sriracha mayo, and aonori. Add on a 14-minute egg.
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Peanut Scallion Pork Ssam**
Crispy braised pork shoulder, peanut scallion sauce, butter lettuce, pea shoots, and watermelon radish with scallion pancakes.
I loved this dish – when Bar Peached first opened the pork shoulder was thicker cut so like that they’ve switched to smaller cut that is a lot more tender and flavorful. The scallion pancakes are also really good. I had this for leftovers the next day and it was just as delicious so I would recommend this take for takeout if you’re wanting to do curbside pickup or delivery.
Chimichurri fried fish**
Panko encrusted whitefish, herb salad, peanuts, cilantro chimichurri, sriracha mayo, and lime.
The chimichurri fried fish was my favorite item on the Bar Peached menu – the fish was flaky and crispy without any oiliness or fishiness. The cilantro chimichurri and sriracha mayo added the perfect saltiness and acid. It comes with a side of tortillas in a dim sum container (cute).
Thai chili bbq steak**
Akaushi tri tip, Thai chili bbq sauce, herb salad, jasmine rice with a 14-minute egg.
If you like rice bowls, go with the Thai chili bbq steak – it’s delicious and would also be a great takeout option that microwaves well.
Bar Peached social burger
6oz all-beef patty, peached sauce, American cheese, miso caramelized onions, Japanese pickles, lettuce on an Easy Tiger sesame seed bun served with a side of nori fries.
Matcha parfait Korean bingsu
Peach ice cream, whipped cream, matcha powder, toasted coconut & almonds, black sesame paste, and sliced strawberries.
If you’re never had bingsu before, bingsu is Korean-style shaved ice. Not the same as an American snowcone but a much more delicate flaky ice that’s snowflake-like with a lot of different toppings.
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