Justine’s Brasserie

Not everyone can fly to Paris to celebrate a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner this year, but deep in the heart of East Austin, nestled in the surrounding industrial neighborhood, sits a restored 1930’s bungalow that boasts a classic French carte de jour that is not to be missed this holiday weekend.  Justine’s Brasserie is considered by many Austinites to be the most romantic of all spots in the city and if you’re one of the lucky few that was able to make reservations, your Valentine’s sweetheart will be truly impressed.  Owners Pierre Pelegrin and Justine Gilcrease present outstanding French cuisine, with a romantic, vintage ambiance providing the aphrodisiac.  This nostalgic environment infused with impressive service and classic French cuisine make Justine’s one of our top picks for best Valentine’s restaurants in Austin.

Valentine’s Day

Justine’s is serving a Prix fixe menu at $95 a person for 4 decadent courses & a house cocktail, as well as other menu selections offered À la carte.

*Hot Tip | If you already have plans for dinner elsewhere tonight, visit Justine’s late tonight for Free Midnight Jazz by the elegant, sublime Ephraim Owens.

 

 4710 East 5th Street
Austin, Texas 78702
512-385-2900
www.justines1937.com

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Hayden Walker
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