Braise

★★★★★
  • 2121 E 6th St

    Austin, TX 78702

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  • 512-478-8700

About Braise

Hours
Monday - Thursday: 6:00pm - 10:30pm Friday & Saturday: 6:00pm - 11:00pm Sunday: Closed
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We just returned tonight from a wonderful Groupon experience. I'm used to doing my research - so, I'm familiar with the many reviews posted previously that spoke to this venues disregard for vouchers, separate menus, varying qualities... I

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We just returned tonight from a wonderful Groupon experience. I'm used to doing my research - so, I'm familiar with the many reviews posted previously that spoke to this venues disregard for vouchers, separate menus, varying qualities... I

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Our party of four had dinner there this Tuesday. Each of us agreed that Braise was an excellent experience. The service was fantastic, the menu was creative and our meals were very good. The wine prices ranged from very affordable to

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Our party of four had dinner there this Tuesday. Each of us agreed that Braise was an excellent experience. The service was fantastic, the menu was creative and our meals were very good. The wine prices ranged from very affordable to

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My husband and I went to Braise last night and enjoyed a really lovely meal. We started with the french onion soup which was light and tasty. Also had the crispy pork belly with collard greens which was delicious -- the pork was crispy on

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My husband and I went to Braise last night and enjoyed a really lovely meal. We started with the french onion soup which was light and tasty. Also had the crispy pork belly with collard greens which was delicious -- the pork was crispy on

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my husband and I were meeting an out of town friend, and chose Braise on the recommendation of a friend. What a well kept secret! Great service, friendly staff who made us feel like they were there just for us. The other patrons seemed

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my husband and I were meeting an out of town friend, and chose Braise on the recommendation of a friend. What a well kept secret! Great service, friendly staff who made us feel like they were there just for us. The other patrons seemed

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I was a big fan of Jezebel and was excited to try Braise, especially after hearing some good reviews. Being 6 months pregnant and having 14 month old twins, I don't get too many 'date nights' and when I do I want something GOOD. Anyway,

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I was a big fan of Jezebel and was excited to try Braise, especially after hearing some good reviews. Being 6 months pregnant and having 14 month old twins, I don't get too many 'date nights' and when I do I want something GOOD. Anyway,

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Bossa nova is a greay place for coffie and pastrys! I like the location also. They make a mean cinnamon roll too

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Bossa nova is a greay place for coffie and pastrys! I like the location also. They make a mean cinnamon roll too

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This is my joint. Ray hooks me up with my Mate latte every morning. So creamy, so warm, it's like candy in a glass and gives me just the right amount of buzz to make it down mopac without falling asleep. I also enjoy the little tasties under the counter which I cannot pronounce. I wish the menu was a little more extensive but the Feijoada on Saturdays is awesome. If you haven't tried Feijoada let me describe it to you- (Vegetarians, go massage yourself with pita bread or something.) Its this black bean thing slow cooked in an little tender bits of meat and what appears to be every part of the pig. Or cow. Actually, I don't know if its pole cat and I don't care because I'm going to eat the s***t out of it. It's served on a bed of white rice with a side of garlicky collard greens. They also give you a little container of farinha, which is kind of like a toasted grain. Actually, I dont know exactly what it is but I dump it on my feijoda and it gives it a nice little crunch. Drink it down with a cold Guarana and you'll feel like you're chilling in Rio. Bossa Nova rocks.

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This is my joint. Ray hooks me up with my Mate latte every morning. So creamy, so warm, it's like candy in a glass and gives me just the right amount of buzz to make it down mopac without falling asleep. I also enjoy the little tasties under the counter which I cannot pronounce. I wish the menu was a little more extensive but the Feijoada on Saturdays is awesome. If you haven't tried Feijoada let me describe it to you- (Vegetarians, go massage yourself with pita bread or something.) Its this black bean thing slow cooked in an little tender bits of meat and what appears to be every part of the pig. Or cow. Actually, I don't know if its pole cat and I don't care because I'm going to eat the s***t out of it. It's served on a bed of white rice with a side of garlicky collard greens. They also give you a little container of farinha, which is kind of like a toasted grain. Actually, I dont know exactly what it is but I dump it on my feijoda and it gives it a nice little crunch. Drink it down with a cold Guarana and you'll feel like you're chilling in Rio. Bossa Nova rocks.

Pros: Great smoothies, great coffee, awesome baked goods, nice staff, AMAZING CHEESECAKE

Cons: parking not so good, not open on Sunday, wish they had more hot things on the menu

 

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