Eddie V's Prime Seafood

301 E. 5th Street AustinTX78701
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Join us at Eddie V's in Austin and let the comfortably sophisticated environment, sparkling atmosphere, and sounds of live jazz that fill the air set the tone for an exceptional dining experience.

Choose from a varied selection of the finest seafood available, or indulge in our critically acclaimed prime center cut steaks, aged 28 days and broiled to perfection. Complement your meal with a...
by opentable on February 17, 2017 from opentable


The Extras:
Eddie V's prides itself on the freshness of its seafood and buys fish from a "three-day boat." Nothing frozen here.
by Citysearch on August 19, 2012 from Citysearch
Happy Hour:
Sunday and Monday feature all-night happy hour. Other nights have drink specials and half-price appetizers from 4:30pm to 7pm.
by Citysearch on August 19, 2012 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

This "vibrant" chophouse chainlet – tied for Most Popular in Austin – "stands out" with "super" steaks and "excellent" "seafood without gimmicks" ("oysters as fresh as if you'd gotten them off the boat"), plus "exemplary" service and "elegant", "well-appointed" surroundings attracting a "high-rolling" crowd of "wealthy lobbyists and dealmakers"; "you pay dearly" for it all, so many seek out the...
by zagat on January 15, 2014 from zagat
Eddie V’s Prime Seafood Restaurant Review:
This downtown destination reels in guests seeking polished service, fresh upscale fare and top-notch entertainment. Many prefer to dine in the lounge to catch the live jazz and take in the hopping bar scene while tucked away in a cozy corner table or high-back leather banquette. Serious seafood lovers should cut to the chase and start with the shellfish appetizer, a tower of Maine lobster,...
by gayot on January 25, 2013 from gayot
They’re still wearing navy blazers and pearls at this class act. A conservative look, indeed. The menu isn’t much different. Surf and turf. Your foursome starts in the bar. Live jazz gets your husband's parents ginned up. The candlelit dining room reminds them of their first anniversary. The pianist magically plays their song. The old broad nearly tears her face apart in smile when the maitre d...
by blackbookmag on August 19, 2011 from blackbookmag
Beguiling seafood dishes in an upscale, clubby setting.:
In Short
Leather booths, white tablecloths, luminescent chandeliers and towering floral arrangements create a men's club feel with a fairly formal setting, but the bustling open kitchen...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on May 18, 2006 from Citysearch

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by localcom on August 09, 2015 from localcom