Located at the ground floor of the brand new IBC Bank Tower on 5th and Nueces in downtown Austin, progressive southern restaurant, Fixe Austin is open for “Sunday Supper” style dining, seven nights a week. Bringing to life familiar tastes imagined in progressive ways, the restaurant opens at 4:00 for the Daily Social (Fixe’s version of happy hour) with dinner following. The 250 seat restaurant also has onsite valet available.
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The seasonal and local menu, “celebrates the soul of the south” and will change based on the season and what’s available. With six dedicated sections, the menu will offer “snacks,” “chilled” and “small plates” perfect for sharing, as well as an entire section dedicated to grits. From there, guests will have a number of mains entrées to choose as well.
“Growing up in small town Louisiana, food was a very big part of my life. With cooks on both sides of my family tree, I saw early on that food has a way of bringing people together,” said Executive Chef and Co-Owner, James Robert. “This menu showcases familiar tastes and dishes that I grew up with – you’ll see a section dedicated to an heirloom variety of grits, biscuits, boudin and more – but each with an element of surprise. The familiar is definitely there, we’ve just reimagined how it all comes together for the guest.”
The Daily Social menu is available in the bar, lounge and outdoor patio beginning at 4pm (before dinner service begins at 5) and lasting until 7pm, seven days a week offers guests some great bites and $1 off all cocktails, beers, and glasses of wine.
The restaurant has also added a selection of world class wines by the glass. These a cellar wines and a bit harder to come by especially with the Daily Social pricing. The new wines by the glass include:
2013 Merry Edwards Sauvignon Blanc, RRV
2013 Nickel & Nickel Stilling Vineyard Chardonnay, RRV
2013 EnRoute Les Pommiers Pinot Noir, RRV
2012,Trefethen Cabarnet Sauvignon, Napa
What To Order: Fixe biscuits, deviled eggs, chicharrones, and summer fish fry.
Table of Contents
Famous biscuits with house made preserves and n’duja (spicy, spreadable pork sausage from Italy). $7
Fermented cabbage, smoked trout roe, and grated ham. $6
Bone Marrow Toast
American sturgeon caviar, smoked onion marmalade, jalapeno powder, and Meyer lemon. $11
Sweet Tea Pickles
Crispy beef tendons with Fixe hot sauce. $5
Summer Fish Fry
Anson Mills Antebellum cornmeal fried catfish, hand cut Kennebec fries with Fixe tartar sauce. $8
Zucchini ‘Tres Leches’
Goat milk ice cream, peach jam, and cinnamon meringue. $8
500 W 5th St, Austin, TX 78701