East Side Show Room

★★★★★
  • 1100 E 6th St

    Austin, TX 78702

    Cross street: Medina Street

    Map & Directions
  • 512-467-4280

About East Side Show Room

Hours
Sun-Mon 5pm-12am; Sat 5pm-1am

Food

Food
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Appetizers and bar snacks are the best items on the menu here-- perfect for pairing with the impressive selection of craft cocktails.

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Appetizers and bar snacks are the best items on the menu here-- perfect for pairing with the impressive selection of craft cocktails.

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Not at all recommended!! Horrible service and slow, snotty wait staff. Terrible pour of wine for the $$$$$. Worse than JBlacks. With all the great places in this town DEFINITELY SKIP THIS ONE!

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★★★★★

Not at all recommended!! Horrible service and slow, snotty wait staff. Terrible pour of wine for the $$$$$. Worse than JBlacks. With all the great places in this town DEFINITELY SKIP THIS ONE!

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I'm not from Austin but I've eaten at this place three times and each time it gets better. I love everything about the restaurant. Amazing food, atmosphere, and music. They also have tons of great specialty drinks. I would highly recommend

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★★★★★

I'm not from Austin but I've eaten at this place three times and each time it gets better. I love everything about the restaurant. Amazing food, atmosphere, and music. They also have tons of great specialty drinks. I would highly recommend

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The speakeasy disparity between door and decor has a brooklyn hipster feel and upon second inspection, far more interesting in design and efforts. Sitting outside in the tent calls up middle eastern travels with a French Moroccan vibe. The

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★★★★★

The speakeasy disparity between door and decor has a brooklyn hipster feel and upon second inspection, far more interesting in design and efforts. Sitting outside in the tent calls up middle eastern travels with a French Moroccan vibe. The

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I soooo want to l-o-v-e this place, but both of my dining experiences have fallen short. I love the 20s vintage feel and it's clear that a lot of creative thought went into developing the concept and "portfolio."

The first time I visited was during SXSW. We were not planning to spend 2.5 hours on dinner, so the slow service was quite a problem. Food and drinks were good. I ordered the pork chop; the sauce was delicious, but the chop itself was overdone and very tough.

Last week, I decided to give it another go and went with friends for a relaxed, leisurely dinner. Service was again very slow, although it wasn't an issue at all this time. The problem we encountered was timing. My entree came 25 minutes after the first entrees and my friends had finished eating before I even had my plate (awkward). I ordered the snapper, and it was the most bland, tasteless dish I have ever had. Our waitress didn't return to our table for almost 30 minutes after bringing my plate, so I just went ahead and finished half of it. In retrospect, I wish I had gotten up and taken it back to the kitchen myself.

I don't think I will be back again. For that price, you can get amazing food in Austin. Unfortunately, the Show Room doesn't deliver.

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★★☆☆☆

I soooo want to l-o-v-e this place, but both of my dining experiences have fallen short. I love the 20s vintage feel and it's clear that a lot of creative thought went into developing the concept and "portfolio."

The first time I visited was during SXSW. We were not planning to spend 2.5 hours on dinner, so the slow service was quite a problem. Food and drinks were good. I ordered the pork chop; the sauce was delicious, but the chop itself was overdone and very tough.

Last week, I decided to give it another go and went with friends for a relaxed, leisurely dinner. Service was again very slow, although it wasn't an issue at all this time. The problem we encountered was timing. My entree came 25 minutes after the first entrees and my friends had finished eating before I even had my plate (awkward). I ordered the snapper, and it was the most bland, tasteless dish I have ever had. Our waitress didn't return to our table for almost 30 minutes after bringing my plate, so I just went ahead and finished half of it. In retrospect, I wish I had gotten up and taken it back to the kitchen myself.

I don't think I will be back again. For that price, you can get amazing food in Austin. Unfortunately, the Show Room doesn't deliver.

Pros: Ambiance, Decor, Concept, Unique Drinks, Local Food

Cons: Very Slow, Mediocre Service, Inconsistent Food, Price

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Nourishment is not exclusive to gastronomic intake. Appropriately, East Side ShowRoom caters to all your senses with verve, and while the cuisine is worthy of white linens and a haughty maitre d', stuffiness is cast aside like an ignoble…

 

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