Great location just a block from our hotel, The Driskill, so we popped in for a late dinner. Very cozy, quiet, nice ambiance. Knowledgeable staff who paid attention but were not at all intrusive. We were hungry for steak and had filets that were perfectly cooked. Our waiter, as soon as the runner served us, was there with a small flashlight, asking us to cut into our steaks to make certain that they were done to our liking. The plating was beautiful and our sides of freshly-cut-from-the-cob corn was served in a little iron pot. A nice wine list with moderate pricing had us choosing a beautiful California Cabernet. Dessert was creme brûlée and coffee. All for about $150 including tip.
We really enjoyed the roaring fork and when in Austin will return.
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