We take reservations in the dining room for lunch and dinner, and our patio, bar and counter are always open for walk-ins.

Saturday and Sunday brunch is walk-in only. 

Not all reservations are available online, so if you don't see the time you're looking for, please give us a call at 512.524.0688. For parties of 13 or more, please email evron@daidue.com. 



Since 2006, we have presented multi-course meals featuring all local ingredients. We offer two menus - an a la carte selection with a variety of items from small appetizers to huge platters that serve a crowd or our Supper Club menu. Our nightly Supper Club menu features an appetizer course, a second course of grilled meats or seafood (on Fridays) with a selection of vegetables, and your choice of dessert, with coffee or an herbal tisane. These dinners are served family style and are shareable, but please feel free to order from our a la carte selections, too, or build upon this supper with additional small plates.

On Tuesday through Thursday the Supper Club features "wild card", limited availability or esoteric items like wild game, foraged items and interesting cuts. In addition, on Tuesday nights only, we serve our Dry-Aged Wagyu Cheeseburgers in limited quantities.

On Fridays we feature a seafood dinner for two from the Gulf, like pompano, shrimp, flounder, black drum, blue crab and mackerel.

The Saturday Supper Club is an impressive mixed grill for two featuring a rotating selection of sausages, ribs, chops, skewers and vegetables.

Sunday is tallow-fried chicken night, with all the fixings.

June 2017

*Please use this sample menu for example purposes only, as our menu changes daily.*

First Courses

Mezze: Spiced Beet Purée, Marinated Eggplant, Sprouted Wheat Tabouli, Poppyseed-Chile Yogurt,  Cilantro & Pecan Pkhali, Coriander & Cinnamon Carrots with Pecan Salt and Flatbread  $22

Cold Meat Board: Veal Braunschweiger, Wild Boar Bierwurst, Summer Sausage, Country Pâté with Candied Pecan and Hog’s Head Cheese with Pickled Beets, Pickled Green Tomatoes and Fireman’s #4 Mustard  $22

Steamed Edamame with Chilies, Galangal and Pintoy  $7

Heirloom Tomato Salad with Venison Machacado, Crickets, Onions, Chilies, Lime, Cotija and Mint  $12

Tomato Toast  $3

Seared Asadero Cheese with Fermented Sofrito, Parsley & Grilled Bread  $12

Kale Salad with Cotija, Pecans and Candied Orange  $9

Grilled Confit Chicken Hearts with a Honey-Pintoy Glaze  $5

Grilled Mesquite Sourdough with Cracklins and Strawberry Whipped Lard  $7

Chicken Liver Mousse with Pickled Blueberries, Parsley and Grilled Buttermilk Bread  $10

A La Carte from the Grill

Toulouse Sausage with White Wine Mustard  $10

Tomato and Chile Marinated Shrimp a la Plancha (5) $19
Giant Pork Chop  $44

Giant Pork Porterhouse Chop  $44


Pompano Fillet a la Plancha with Fresh Tomato and Garlic Sauce, Roasted Potatoes, Green Beans and Zucchini  $29

Wild Boar Confit with Bone Broth, Citrus Sweet & Sour, Summer Vegetables and Red Sauerkraut  $24

Grilled Giant Beef Rib with Spicy Galangal Glaze, Kimchi, Chilies, Radish, Onion and Herbs  $84

 Sides $7

Mixed Green Salad with Summer Vegetables and White Wine Mustard Vinaigrette

Cucumber, Tomato and Bell Pepper Salad with Olives and Cotija

Beer Braised Collard Greens

Potatoes Caroline:  Smashed Red Potatoes Tossed in Green Garlic and House Paprika with Smoked Potato Aïoli


Supper Club Menu

$125, serves 2, includes:

Grilled Marinated Shrimp, Fried Pickled Artichoke Hearts, Blue Crab & Avocado Salad, Fekkas, House Cured Olives and Tzatziki

Mixed Grill: Wagyu Beef Kefta, Bison Merguez Sausage, Paprika & Garlic Wild Boar Sausage, Pork Chop and Lamb Sirloin with Fig and Pecan Rice Pilaf, Spiced Zucchini Salad, Tomato-Cucumber Salad, Yogurt and Chermoula

Café de Olla ~or~ Lemon Balm & Bee Balm Tisane

 and a choice of:

Pecan Tart with Mexican Cinnamon Ice Cream

Grapefruit and Mint Sorbet

Black Sapote and Tangerine Layer Cake

Apache Blue Cheese with Pineapple Guava Paste

Sopapillas with Honey and Dulce de Leche 



Everything is from around here.  All of our produce, fruit, meats, cheese, olive oil and milk come from Texas sources; much of it comes from the Austin area.  Our seafood is caught in the Gulf or the freshwater rivers of Central Texas, and game is trapped in the wild throughout the Hill Country.  Many of our dry goods are locally sourced, and most are organic.  Please ask any staff member for more details.

*Please use this sample menu for example purposes only, as our menu changes daily.*