Parkside

301 E. 6th Street AustinTX78701
Closed
Sunday
5:00pm-0:30am
Monday
5:00pm-0:30am
Tuesday
5:00pm-0:30am
Wednesday
5:00pm-0:30am
Thursday
5:00pm-0:30am
Friday
5:00pm-0:30am
Saturday
5:00pm-0:30am
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Average Rating
4
Total Reviews
(178)
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 0
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Description

With a subdued ambiance, Parkside provides the ideal setting for an intimate dinner with someone special. Voted multiple times by critics and locals alike as an outstanding dining site, this restaurant on 6th Street should not be missed. Fine foods with luxurious flavors are served here, including dishes like grilled Angus steak and seared scallops. Call or see the website for more information.
by cityseekr on April 03, 2015 from cityseekr

Tips

When to Go: If you're not sure that Sixth Street is your scene, try the brunch promising some "hair of the dog" on weekend mornings and early afternoons.
by ezlocal on December 07, 2013 from ezlocal
When to Go:
If you're not sure that Sixth Street is your scene, try the brunch promising some "hair of the dog" on weekend mornings and early afternoons.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

An "oasis of sanity amid the drunken antics of Sixth Street", this moderately priced Downtown American from chef Shawn Cirkiel is known for its "innovative" small plates, "great raw bar" and "interesting cocktails" served up by an "accommodating" crew; the atmosphere's hip, and it's open late too.
by zagat on November 22, 2013 from zagat
parkside Restaurant Review:
Chef Shawn Cirkiel’s dedication to fresh, seasonal ingredients and boldly forward-thinking (yet not overreaching) creations yields a menu to match the lively setting, smack in downtown Austin’s bar scene. The bare brick walls add a feeling of coziness that suits the pub-meets-fine dining concept. Always of note is parkside’s raw bar, with ten to 12 oyster varieties starring alongside elegant...
by gayot on February 08, 2013 from gayot
Here's where people who think they know oysters aim to impress their friends. Rappahanock. Kumomoto. Beavertail. Those are the options. And then some. The ceviche is an ideal starting spot. And the mini-burger isn't just a fallback for those who struggle with the menu. Downstairs is all brick walls and exposed air ducts. Upstairs there's a rooftop balcony overlooking 6th Street's neon...
by blackbookmag on September 15, 2011 from blackbookmag
Great food in the heart of downtown:
Located in the heart of Sixth Street, this place offers a bit of relief from the mayhem often found downtown at night. Upbeat music and dim lighting set the mood for this cozy restaurant. They have...

Pros

+ quality of food and service

Cons

- high prices for the portion sizes
by by Anne Herman at Citysearch on July 11, 2010 from Citysearch

Information from the business

Fresh, ingredient driven food embracing the energy of downtown.
by facebook on July 12, 2015 from facebook