The Bonneville is quickly becoming one of Austin's best restaurants and it's really easy to see why. I made my first trip to the Bonneville before we opened Gameday Cloth's Austin location. It was the moment that I knew that I was making the right choice. The food and drinks that day were amazing and they've gotten better each time I've visited.
Located on Cesar Chavez, their dog friendly patio overlooks Town Lake and is only a block away from Congress Bridge. The views are amazing and it offers great people watching potential. Their happy hour has been named one of the best in Austin (I agree 100%) and even offers great prices on food. I've been very guilty of enjoying one pepino fresco too many, but they are beyond delicious. It's the perfect atmosphere before viewing the bats or heading to ACL Live.
Austin seems to have perfected brunch and the Bonneville is among the best. Personally, I'm a big fan of the bananas foster French toast with a side of the bacon tater tots and house-made pecan sticky buns, but you can't go wrong with anything on the menu. My fiancee swears that the chipotle-lime chicken hash has changed her life.
Brunch and happy hour are great, but the Bonneville's dinner service is even better. Chef Jennifer Costello and Chef Chris Hurley has created a menu that has something for everyone. I would tell you what I've enjoyed, but I would simply be reciting the menu. From their appetizers to their pizzas and entrees...just make sure that you save room for dessert. You won't regret it.