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A welcome happy hour for the north Austin workaday set: though it's a chain, Daily Grill makes an effort to be creative with their bar options, and offers HH cocktails at $6 a pop. Try the Ginger Mint Smash: a tasty combo of Bulleit Rye, ginger, mint, and agave.
0-3. I've tried three times. It's just not good food. I had a club on my most recent trip and the bread was so toasted is was almost impossible to bite through. When I tried, everything fell out the backside of the sandwhich. It's hard to mess up a club this badly. My previous trip was bad due to very poor service. I can't remember what I ate but I remember not liking it very much. I can't understand how this place stays busy. Drinks are overpriced and I am used to paying high dollar for food and drinks. I'm done trying, no way, not me, not this place.
New American chain shines for affordable happy hours and upscale casual dining in the Domain..
Though the expansive ceiling could make the restaurant seem cold, the dining room maintains a bistro sensibility with dark woods, casual seating arrangements and a spacious bar area well-suited to lounging. The menu focuses on classic comfort food with starters like a crisp wedge salad and gazpacho soup and hearty mains like chicken pot pie, veggie-laced meatloaf, burgers and a double-cut pork chop. Friday and Saturday evenings feature slow-roasted prime rib for two with au jus and baked potato. Entrees are also available as a prix fixe menu with soup or salad and a choice of dessert or glass of wine.
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