Peche

208 W 4th Street AustinTX78701
Closed
Sunday
5:00pm-2:00am
Monday
4:00pm-2:00am
Tuesday
4:00pm-2:00am
Wednesday
4:00pm-2:00am
Thursday
4:00pm-2:00am
Friday
4:00pm-2:00am
Saturday
5:00pm-2:00am
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club
Average Rating
4.5
Total Reviews
(68)
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 0
Average Rating Over Time
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Description

Fine Dining and cocktail lounge
by binglocal on May 10, 2016 from binglocal

Tips

Don't miss having a drink at Peche! Fantastic bartenders and cocktails! And the biggest Absinthe fountain I've ever seen!
by Citysearch on November 27, 2013 from Citysearch
With a pre-Prohibition disposition, the barkeeps here handle each pour of pseudo-illegal absinthe ever so gingerly as an ode to the olden times. Sure to gratify even the most snooty of drink snobs with their broad beverage carte du jour, Péché exists as the fail-safe option when handling wide-ranging tastes.
by Citysearch on November 27, 2013 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

The outdoor elevated stage and "impressive" courtyard setting make for "the best use of an alley you'll ever find" say fans of this Downtown live music venue known for hosting "lots of good bands"; there's often a cover, but its four inside bars dispense affordable drinks, though you may have to be "aggressive" to get served (it's "usually packed"), and if you want to snag a seat, you'll need...
by zagat on February 25, 2014 from zagat
This luxuriously retro stop in the Warehouse District is reminiscent of an "old New Orleans bistro" with "outstanding" pre-Prohibition cocktails (many made with absinthe) and seasonal French cuisine served into the wee hours; "attentive service" includes tableside visits from the owner, and manageable bills complete the picture.
by zagat on January 21, 2014 from zagat
Don't miss having a drink at Peche! Fantastic bartenders and cocktails! And the biggest Absinthe fountain I've ever seen!
by Wendy Miller on December 13, 2012 from Citysearch
Word to the wise on Peche: Owner Rob Pate is there almost every night, so when you arrive, ask for him. In lieu of a cocktail menu consultation, simply wave Rob to your table, and ask him to predict a drink that you will like. Rob is a libations soothsayer, and though this is an absinthe bar (Austin's first), the real treat is taking that first sip of a drink specifically predicted to suit your taste buds. This is how I discovered the (off menu) Fig Manhattan -- earthy, rich, and perfect.
by Tolly Moseley on October 15, 2012 from Citysearch

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Come enjoy our fine dining and cocktail lounge.
by kudzu on April 23, 2015 from kudzu