Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is within a short walking distance of 6th Street and the Warehouse District as well as fifteen national-level hotels. Fleming's in Downtown Austin is a nightly celebration of exceptional food and wine. Indulge yourself with the finest aged prime steak and an inventive array of fresh seafood, chops, generous sides and salads, and tempting desserts.
Host an unforgettable event all your own in one of our stylish private dining rooms. Whether you have in mind a small cocktail gathering for friends or a large business dinner, our Private Dining Director will work with you to ensure that every detail, from the food and drinks to the ambiance and timing, is exactly the way you envision it.
The Scene at Fleming's in downtown Austin
Fleming’s lively atmosphere, gracious service and dedication to excellence turn evenings out into memorable times. Discover new tastes with our award-winning wine list, The Fleming’s 100, featuring 100 wines served by the glass. Also of note is the Reserve Wine List of over 80 selections from the world’s most exceptional vineyards, available by the bottle.
Operating Partner: James Cooke
Chef Partner: Erick Nixon
Private Dining Director: Amber Badowski
A Sample of the Menu at Flemings Austin
PORCINI RUBBED FILET MIGNON*
center cut, grilled high country asparagus spears, gorgonzola cream sauce
prime new york strip, cracked black and white peppercorns, proprietary “F17” steak sauce on the side
NAGLE VEAL CHOP*
Broiled to perfection with béarnaise sauce
NEW ZEALAND LAMB CHOPS*
3 double thick chops broiled, madeira sauce
DOUBLE THICK PORK RIB CHOP*
julienne of apples and jicama, apple cider and creole mustard glaze
DOUBLE BREAST OF CHICKEN*
baked in a white wine, mushroom, shallot and thyme sauce
ALASKAN ROCK PETRALE SOLE
crab beignets, lemon butter sauce
BARBECUE SCOTTISH SALMON FILLET*
slow roasted mushroom salad, barbecue glaze
seared rare with poppy seed au poivre and tomato vinaigrette
SEARED NEW BEDFORD SCALLOPS*
puff pastry with sautéed fresh vegetables, lobster cream sauce
SALMON NICOISE SALAD*
broiled salmon fillet, roasted yukon potatoes, french green beans, truffled deviled eggs, roasted sweet baby peppers, lemon-balsamic vinaigrette
NORTH ATLANTIC LOBSTER TAILS
with drawn butter
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