Peche in downtown Austin is Austin's first absinthe bar featuring fine dinning and impeccable drinks. The menu showcases classic French cuisine that is incredibly good and the drinks are always perfectly prepared by expert bartenders. Peche has managed to bind both food and drinks beautifully making for an absolute perfect evening.
"It's atrue Austin cocktail bar with complementary cuisine has evolved into a place that is sophisticated yet eminently approachable" - Rob Balon, Food Network. Check out the rest of professional Austin food critic Rob Balon's review here.
About the Bar at Peche AustinPeche's extensive pre - prohibition drink menu features drinks that you have tried on your travels and several drinks you have never heard of. Check out the sample of the menu at Peche below or visit the menu available on Dining Out with Rob Balon's Austin Restaurant Guide.
|Death in the Afternoon
absinthe and champagne
gin, absinthe, and espresso
Ferrand ambre, lemon, and champagne
Mezcal. sweet vermouth, and campari
|Remember the Name
rye, sweet vermouth, Cherry Heering, and absinthe
house-made vanilla ice cream, brandi, and nutmeg
A Sample of the Menu at Peche Austin
Short Ribs - MKT
Applewood smoked veal sweetbreads, smashed fingerlings, medgehog mushrooms, and saba veal jus
Lam T-Bone - 42
Pommers Mousseliine, Swiss chard and lavender Butter
Ricotta Gnudi - 22
Almonds, olives, cabbage, and saffron Cream
Fried Quail Legs - 16
Green Goddess Aioli
Loch Duart Salmon -28
Citrus dusted, Meyer Lemon- Brown butter and Spinach
Braised Duck Leg - 26
Bread Pudding and Forestiere Sauce
Wellfleet Oysters - 14
Saffron cous cous, arugula, Olives and Calabrese sausage
Crispy Pork Belly Confit - 14
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