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About Fleming's Steakhouse - Austin
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar pairs a passion for service and seasonal ingredients
with the finest USDA Prime beef. Every dish is meticulously made from scratch and served by our
attentive staff. You’ll also discover the perfect wine for every mood with the Fleming’s 100®, our
award-winning list of 100 wines by the glass. Our wine list features top-rated vineyards from
around the world. We also offer Private Dining Rooms and a personal Private Dining Director who
will craft the perfect occasion for any group size or budget. At Fleming’s, every visit is filled with
Austin, TX 78701
Steak, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
San Jacinto Blvd.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking available every evening in front of restaurant for $6.00 charge (gratuity not included). Valet parking can be contracted for group breakfast or luncheon events. City owned Convention Center high-rise parking available one block away at all times.
Both public light rail & public bus system stop two blocks away by the Convention Center & the Hilton Hotel. Amtrak stops ten blocks away near Whole Foods headquarters.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Private Dining has never been so personal. Our Private Dining Directors coordinate with you to create a one-of-a-kind experience, customized to your group size.
Fleming's Steakhouse - Austin Ratings and Reviews
Not a bad place. The steaks my wife and I ordered were ok, not great. Temperature and seasoning were fine but the steaks were a little dry. Overall, it's a fine restaurant but I think a few other fine dining steakhouse restaurants in the downtown area (e.g. III Forks, Perry's, ALC, Eddie V) are much better.
The filet was very good! The sides came out burnt, then asked to have it taken back, which they did. But the second serving was burnt as well. Requested sauce on the side, but did not come out that way. For the price I expected more. Have been to other Flemings in other towns and it's usually very good. Would recommend u make sure you get what you pay for.
We went for the advertised special, Prime Rib dinner for $29 on Monday. This was advertised by a direct email to my account. We were informed that they had run out of the special even though is was only 6:15pm. This is the second time this has happened. This is too good of a restaurant to be pulling a "bait and switch" on it's regular customers. We will avoid going there again.
Came after my newest was born, promptly seated and offered wine, ordered a cocktail which was delicious, steak was perfectly done and the truffled lobster excellent, my main complaint is the presentation of the food I would expect some effort when it comes to plating, the side of potatoes was atrocious at best they cut them out of a pan slap them on a souffle dish and run them through the broiler it looked like a baked wallet, they were so over done only about the middle 1/4 inch was even edible, and when you spend 100 bucks a person on a meal you expect it to look and taste good, may explain why there was only 4 tables sat on a Friday night....
Awesome experience! Celebrated my wife's birthday and couldn't have asked for better service. Our server, Oscar, was very attentive and made sure we had everything we needed. The Service Manager, Peter, personally came by to wish my wife a happy birthday and genuinely cared about how our experience was. Probably the best overall dining and service experience since we've been in Austin over the past 2 years (that includes some of the same priced, big name establishments in downtown). The food was cooked perfectly and as requested. Thank you to Oscar, Peter and the entire team for making the night memorable.
Walked in and was greeted promptly by hostess, reservation found and seated with booth or table preferences. Waiter was skilled and polite, both my wife's and my wine glasses had lipstick on them not a little smudge but full lip imprints, a little disappointing from a steakhouse of this caliber. The bread unfortunately stale/dried out and the sides were lackluster especially the macaroni. The steak however was cooked perfectly with wonderful texture. The other issues were simply too much to be made up for by the steak especially from a restaurant in this price point. Little disappointed as I was told how wonderful Fleming's was by family, maybe just this location. Probably will not return, ate on a Saturday night 8:30pm was half empty.
Excellent food, service and ambience.
Fleming's attention to the customer make this an immediate favorite dining spot.
Tenderloin carpaccio, tempura lobster, filets, crab claws and tomahawk ribeye were excellent
Shaved brussell sprouts and Fleming Potatoes were perfect sides.
Dessert and coffee were a proper finish to the evening.
Will return soon, recommending to friends and colleagues.
Special thanks to George, his wait service team, and drop by greeting from operating partner, Brian.
First the cons: We were very disappointed that our waiter didn't know anything about the Cisco recall on tuna steaks. We asked him to check on whether Flemings was affected, but he came back and hadn't checked and was a tad condescending about it, so we just ordered something else. I never noticed a manager come through and check on anyone, or we would have asked the manager.
The food seemed a little uninspired for the price. We were not told about the specials, if there were any. I always enjoy hearing food descriptions. Honestly, nothing about the meal was particularly remarkable in a good or bad way: service, atmosphere, or food; but then when spending $200 on one meal for 2, I tend to have high expectations and be trying to make a good impression and memory for the person I'm with. The sea bass was especially disappointing - it was either frozen or maybe it was a low quality cut. Though it was $50 a la carte, we didn't even finish it, even though sea bass is usually one of our favorite fish. It was covered in a sweet and thick Asian sauce which seemed silly for a fish that is normally perfect with a little lemon.
Pros: Our wine was delicious, which the waiter recommended (no sommelier), and I really enjoyed my shrimp and scallop grits. The waiter made it sound like it wasn't very much food, but it was plenty for a small woman. The hostess was very nice. The restaurant was quiet and the lighting was nice. Booth was comfortable.
Might have caught them on a bad night, but I experienced some issues with my orders. My request for an extra dry martini came as a highly vermouth saturated drink that I didn't recognize, and my steak had so much pepper on it that I couldn't taste the steak nor could I eat any more of it. When brought to the attention of the occasionally attentive waiter, the manager did the right thing and replaced both by steak and my drink. when the check first arrived at the table, their were two additional drinks on my tab that belonged to the table situated behind me,, which is where the waiter spent most of his evening. Hopefully the manager will institute some more rigorous customer service, mixology and listening skill training for staff.
Had dinner recently with my wife mid week. Very attractive setting; had a great, private booth that helped with the noise level (which wasn't bad given the restaurant wasn't overly full). The waiter was great - knowledgeable, personable, attentive. Great wine and food suggestions. The food was very good but my steak was a tad overdone. Great flavor, though. It's an expensive meal but on par, I'm sure, with most other good steakhouses.
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