Mulberry, downtown Austin’s NYC-influenced wine bar and new American restaurant, is excited to announce a post-Formula One lamb roast featuring a whole roast lamb on
November 17 from 4 p.m.-10 p.m. Welcoming both locals and visitors, Mulberry, Chef Kristine Kittrell be serving up a traditional feast including a whole-roasted lamb with a tomato coriander yogurt sauce, roasted lemon potatoes, and a charred green bean with feta salad–all for just $30 per person.
The event will take place at its downtown wine bar and restaurant at 3rd Street and Nueces and will also feature drink specials including $3 Austin Beerworks cans, $4 pints of Firemans #4, and $5 glasses of Bodegas
Fuentespina Rose. Because Mulberry is an avid supporter of locally sourced products, all the dinner’s ingredients will be sourced from nearby farms via Austin’s own Farm to Table.
The restaurant’s regular dinner menu will still be available during the event at its regular price. Reservations are recommended as the roasted lamb dinner can only accommodate a particular number of patrons. You can
reserve your spot here:
: Mulberry is a wine bar and New American style restaurant in the heart of downtown Austin.
It has received praise for its unique cozy atmosphere, carefully prepared cuisine, and an expertly curated wine
list. The small and warm interior features a glass-faced mezzanine with a beautiful display of wine bottles, a
deep Calcutta Gold marble bar, and rich oak panels.
The concept was originally conceived by friends from Texas and New York who loved Austin and hoped local
residents would respond to a cozy neighborhood spot with a European style. Long-time Austinites may
recognize Mulberry Street as the former name of 10th Street in downtown and, coincidentally, several of the
New York founders lived on the renowned Mulberry Street in Manhattan. The name Mulberry reflects the
influences and inspiration drawn from both Austin and New York.
For more information on Mulberry, visit