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Louie's 106

  • 106 E. 6th St. Map It
  • Sixth Street District
  • European

Published 09/28/2016

Fodor's Review

Editor's Note: This location is no longer in operation.

Crisp white tablecloths, gleaming black-and-white tiled floors, and wrought-iron balconies suggest the 1940s at this dressy but convivial downtown bistro. Louie's bills itself as a "Mediterranean grill and tapas bar" and serves traditional and not-so-traditional Spanish-style small bites such as fried olives with Romesco sauce, Moroccan barbecue shrimp, ravioli empanadas, and soups like gazpacho Andaluz, topped with lumps of rich crabmeat. Entrées show a wider range of cultural influences, with dishes like seafood risotto, pumpkinseed-crusted salmon, and maple-glazed rotisserie-roasted duck with wild rice and caramelized green apple chutney. The stylish bar is an attractive place to indulge in the Iberian tradition of a late afternoon tapas break.

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106 E. 6th St., Austin, Texas, USA

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Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch weekends

Published 09/28/2016


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