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Ratings: 6 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by JonathanL7890:
3.95/5 rDev +11.6%
I went here last night for dinner. It was busy but not overall so. I had a beer at the bar while waiting for my party. They have 6 or so house beers on tap and about a dozen guest taps. The guest taps aren't too spectacular, mostly along the lines of Bass, Newcastle, etc But they had Live Oak Big Bark, Lindemans framboise, and Aventinus -- a few good ones. They have a pretty good bottle selection: Scaldis, Chimays (all three), Delirum Tremens,Orval, Saison Dupont, Duvel.
I had a Grand Cru at the bar --it was ok, I'll review that later.
We were seated promptly once my party showed up. They gave me a 10% discount with my AHA card. We had some beers that were decent and ordered a Chicago style pizza. The pizza was very good, not quite excellent -- a little bit doughy.
Service was prompt and friendly.
Overall, a pretty decent place to go if you're in South Austin, which doesn't have much.
03-06-2009 16:14:43 | More by JonathanL7890
More User Reviews:
3.05/5 rDev -13.8%
Went here about a week ago, like the over all feel of the place, went for lunch so it wasnt busy at all.
The dining area and bar look very nice and the tables looked cool(like granite or something) the menu was pretty huge with lots to pick from food wise the beer menu was also pretty nice with some good local brews and the usual out of state craft stuff showing up as well.
Service was really slow for me, after ordering my beer(their house imperial stout) I waited, we ordered an appetizer, still no beer, appetizer arrives, still no beer, I flag the guy down and finally it comes out, the stout was mediocre too! Also happened to my friend and with my second beer.
Food was nice, I enjoyed what I ate and the menu covers alot of stuff.
Overall not a bad place to go for a bite to eat but I wouldnt go back just based on the service I recieved
10-20-2011 20:41:33 | More by Fenris244
3.23/5 rDev -8.8%
It has a big city, chain restaurant feel to the atmosphere. Lots of tvs, especially in the bar area. The menu has pairings with each beer. The house beers are all good quality. Not that inspired, but fairly solid. The pale ale, porter, and stout are good choices usually. The food is decent as well. The service at this BJs location is lackluster to say the least. Both times we have had problems with our servers, and managers. Both times we have seen people walk out. Usually I do not complain about service, but it was not god at all. The prices are reasonable. Overall a good place, except for the service (really the management). Austin four much better (real) brewpubs. But if you are in the area, it is pretty much the only game in town.
01-23-2009 03:20:48 | More by AChamberlain
4/5 rDev +13%
I stopped in to check out the menu and location during a Texas Longhorns football game. I had two beers. I had the Piranha Pale ale, which was mildly hoppy, crisp, and delicious. I also had the BJ's PM Porter, which was real smooth and light. There were many other beers that I could have tried but I only had those two. I looked over the menu, which had a great deal of offerings. There were too many items, Pizza, Pasta, Sandwiches, appetizers, but what I really liked was the way the menu offered pairings and beer explanations. I would go back again. The bar seating area was too tightly packed, meaning that you either had a seat or you didn't. If you didn't you'd block the sightlines of those seated around the comfortable booths that surrounded the bar trying to watch the game. The service although prompt seemed sloppy. I saw an isolated incident where a bartender poured a pitcher of beer. He overflowed the beer and wasted too much in his haste to fill it quickly If you manage to go try, please try the Tatonka Imperial Stout, and post a review.
09-21-2008 04:51:30 | More by LiquidSnake
BJ's Restaurant in Austin, TX
- out of 100 based on 6 ratings.