About Fleming's Steakhouse - Austin
Austin, TX 78701
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
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
My experience was luke warm at best. The food was okay but the overall attention to detail and service was not inline with the cost. I had dinner on the 19th of February and the menu and a large kiosk in the entryway were still advertising a Valentines evening special. Really? What else is the staff and management overlooking??
The hostess that seated us was amazing! She was so kind, and understanding of the Austin traffic that made us late. I really appreciated her. When we were seated however, our table was dirty. It took about 20 min from the time we were seated to get our drinks. Our server was fine, food was fine, ambaince was fine. Overall nothing was outstanding. In Austin there are so many places you can go spend the same amount of money or less for a spectacular dining experience.
Slab bacon had great flavor but mostly fat. We tried instead of usual apps think we'll stick to our favorites like calamari. I really enjoyed using the wine selector through moods instead of by wine types as this helped me explore easier. Also we loved the brussel sprout side slightly tangy and sweet sauce good texture throughout with firm veggies and crispy char very tasty. Topped it off perfectly with raspberry bread budding, not too sweet or heavy just right to end a meal but still felt like a yummy dessert.
The server said very little to us, and was just as scarce. The manager and food runner were more available and attentive. I ordered my steak medium rare, and it came out with a quarter of 1 side and the entire outside edge as medium well. The signature potatoes, asparagus, and calamari were excellent. They set out some cheap tables with legs that extend out unnecessarily. It was too noisy to hear my date across the table without nearly shouting. The restrooms had poor quality faucets in both the men's and women's. I would not dine here again.
Can't rate experience. They did not have my reservation. They suggested I may have made a reservation at different Fleming. Is do, I get why they couldn't meet my rezoning time, but they could have moved me up on the list. Didn't gave me a 59 min wait time. We went elsewhere.
Service was slow, but might have been because we sat in the bar. The waiter\bartender tried way too hard to connect with us. Usually when guests don't respond in kind, it means we don't feel like sharing his personality. Steaks were served cold. Although we pre-ordered chocolate lava cake, we still had to wait > 15 minutes for it.
We went for our first thanksgiving meal that we didn't prepare. We had a delicious full-course turkey dinner with all the fixens. We will definitely return to try out their traditional menu items.
The wine manager came and helped us select a wine that was particular to our tastes and needs. He allowed us to sample multiple varieties until we found the perfect blend.
We went for Thanksgiving dinner. It was a fixed price option that was very reasonable and the food was outstanding. On a prior visit for steaks, I found the food over salted, so this was a nice surprise. The wait staff was busy but attentive. Although we had to flag someone down for water refills. Overall a good experience.
Wow, the restaurant was about 1/4 filled but they still messed up nearly all the orders. One entree didn't come till most were finished with theirs and half the sides came when the entrees were finished. The excuse was that all the sides were put on one of our diners vegetarian plate? Some sides never arrived. Plus, we had to go back three times before we found a wine that wasn't out of stock. Isn't that why they have the electronic system? A total mess.
Service was not as great as in past visits, but still good. Waiter/manager forgot a few items that were asked for twice. Waiter service level/interaction not has high as in the past. Food quality was good, but not great. Sides were excellent such as the mac and asparagus, but NY strip was very fatty -- way more than normal. Still will go back. Hopefully it will be better.
The restaurant is very pretty and cozy. It would impress someone on a first date as long as they do not order the Wagyu steak as I did. I found it very chewy with a lot of veins in it, I could not chew it enough to swallow it, so it wound up in a tissue. The sides were very good, asparagus, green beans and mushrooms. The dessert was also very good carrot cake. All was good except my steak. The other people at my table had Prime Rib and Filet and were happy with it . I am sorry but if I were to recommend it I would say to stay away from the Wagyu steak. The service was very good also no complaints.
We went to Fleming's for our 25th wedding anniversary. I had been to one years ago and remembered a very good meal. My wife had a filet mignon, which was very good. I had a NY Strip, which was not. It was undercooked, stringy and just not a good cut. For the price, it was rather disappointing.
Our dinner at Flemings was everything you could want at the end of an unusually hectic day--peaceful, friendly, and attractive, with great food and service. I came in knowing exactly what I wanted without opening the menu, and they happened to be out of it (!), but the waiter kindly made some wonderful substitutions. We left not only well fed but well taken care of.
It was our 31st Wedding Anniversary and we chose Flemings after reading all nicest reviews from Open Table. We were not disappointed, it's the best 31st wedding anniversary dinner experience. Thank you Mr Brock (Manager) for that sweet greeting card. Our servers Todd and Darryl are the cream of your crop, very attentive to our needs and made sure we had a great time. The food is very delicious, lobster tails and filet mignon almost melt in our mouths. Awesome drinks, my farmers daughter cocktail and hubby's peach Bellini are absolutely great. We are coming back soon. Thank you Flemings.
Our favorite steakhouse in Austin. The food is always very consistent. The personnel there is exceptional, from the hostesses, to the wait people. The General Manager, T. J., is a very engaging fellow and makes sure everything is always up to Fleming's standards.
Overall a really fine dining experience again.
This restaurant was very loud with a lot of hectic activity, Not the relaxing birthday meal we were hoping for. We had the rib-eye steaks that were done as requested with good flavor, Not the best in town but they were good. The service was good, not exemplary but good. For our available choices in this price range we feel that others have done a better job overall. Our biggest disappointment was with the noise level and ambiance.
they need to step up their game a bit.
The staff were attentive and helpful. There is only one chicken item on the menu, and it is delicious. The filet mignon was overdone, probably because the plate was so hot that it kept cooking the meat after it was removed from the grill. The meat was tender and tasty. Our Thai green beans were tasty, but the Fleming's potatoes weren't all that. The bread spreads were interesting and good. It was a very nice dining experience, but it is expensive so be sure not to overorder.
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