Mulberry is a wine bar and New American style restaurant in the heart of downtown Austin featuring small plates, sandwiches and entrees, plus cheese and charcuterie plates. It has received praise for its unique cozy atmosphere, carefully prepared cuisine, and an expertly curated wine list. Mulberry serves a wide selection of red, white, sparkling, and dessert wines by the glass, with over 100 options to choose from by the bottle. The wine list focuses on world representation of top wine producing regions and is sure to meet everyone’s preference and price point.The small and warm interior features a glass-faced mezzanine with a beautiful display of wine bottles, a deep Calcutta Gold marble bar, and rich oak panels.
The concept was originally conceived by friends from Texas and New York who loved Austin and hoped local residents would respond to a cozy neighborhood spot with a European style. Long-time Austinites may recognize Mulberry Street as the former name of 10th Street in downtown and, coincidentally, several of the New York founders lived on the renowned Mulberry Street in Manhattan. The name Mulberry reflects the influences and inspiration drawn from both Austin and New York.
Mulberry is one of my favorite places in Austin for a quiet dinner/brunch with delicious food and great wine selection!
Cozy Sunday Brunch at Mulberry Austin
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Love that Mulberry uses Easy Tiger bread (they even warm it up!) for their charcuterie board and the prosciutto, coppa, and cheese were excellent.
Brioche French Toast
Made with Easy Tiger Bread of course! Super fluffy, creamy with fresh berries, and whipped cream.
Corned Beef Hash
Potato, cabbage, onion, soft poached eggs, blanketed by a layer of hollandaise. Really enjoyed the acidity from the house-pickled cabbage.
Quail and Biscuits
With maple gravy and poached eggs.
360 Nueces St
Austin, TX 78701