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Louie's 106

106 E Sixth St Austin TX 78701
(512) 476-1998
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A marriage of Mediterranean casual and continental refinement. Well-heeled dot-commers rub elbows with politicos among Old World-style decor. Arrive early for prime seating, as this restaurant fills up for both lunch and dinner. The staff is efficient and well-informed. Tapas, a Spanish appetizer, are a specialty, with more than 20 varieties available.

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This state park has the remains of a circa-1851 sugar mill and other remnants of a 5,100-acre sugar plantation owned by Florida's first U.S. senator, David Levy Yulee. It makes for pleasant picnicking and dog-walking, although it is somewhat lacking visually.

THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Louie's 106 Restaurant Review

More than two decades after its opening, Louie's still reels in corporate VIPs, boisterous twenty-somethings and discriminating diners for both lunch and dinner. The tiered, wood-trimmed dining room retains its sophisticated cachet, appropriate for the artfully plated tapas and appetizers like the sautéed blue crab fingers, duck liver pâté or the escargots with walnut-herb butter. For a light...

This downtown hot spot boasts a marriage of Mediterranean casual and continental refinement.

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Well-heeled dot-commers rub elbows with politicos among Old World-style decor. Arrive early for prime seating, as this restaurant fills up for both lunch and dinner. Tapas are a...

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It's not fine Dining and Joe doesn't call customers back.

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The place is not what it used to be at all.This was the 2nd and last time it's been poor all the way around,we won't be back. Pros: It's central Cons: They can't cook or serve
by by oldaustin at Citysearch Report Less

Good food but lackluster service!

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Great ambience. A nice bar with a good selection of single malts. Pros: Ambience. Food. Cons: Service. Parking
by by sawaddi at Citysearch Report Less

Bad Management shouldn't overshadow the great food

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I've been eating at Louie's... for a decade. I've always gone for the ambiance and food. We've had an array of experiences to the point we stopped going for over a year. We still return occasionally for a few favorite dishes but know that the staff turnover is huge probably because of mgmt so your service will be adequate but the food is usually very good. Years ago they had a gnocci appetizer that was to kill for. If you're not going for the $35.00 deal just order the regular appetizer it's usually much better. Just my opinion...


+ Lovely carpaccio and great dishes






Short version:Food: MehService: SpottyCost: A little pricey, but would be ok if the food were betterRepeat: Not LikelyLonger version:The best part of the "dining experience" was…

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From savory tapas to slow roasted prime rib and tempting pasta dishes, the food menu at Louie's 106 is diverse and cosmopolitan while the massive wine list features over 600 varieties of wine. A resident pianist tickles the ivories from Monday to Friday.

Dress Code-Casual, Fine Dining, Non-Smoking Area

Louie`s dishes up a Mediterranean cuisine. Expect the average entrée to cost between $12 and $20, and you`ll be appropriate if dressed casual.

More Reasons to Go: The live jazz is a great part of your dining experience at this restaurant on the weekend.

Eating & Drinking: Open for lunch and dinner. Click for a sample menu.You`ll find that there is an excellent wine list.

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With a wine cellar boasting over 600 bottles, the servers at Louie's 106 will be more than happy to recommend the perfect bottle to compliment your meal.

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Bar Scene

The bar is open Monday to Thursday until 11:30pm; Friday to Saturday until 1am; Sunday until 10:30pm.


Don't try to find a parking space--use the valet.

Where to Sit

In addition to the extensive wine cellar, which features more than 600 labels, there's a cigar room where you can savor after-dinner drinks and your favorite tobaccos.

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