Odd Duck

Row 1

Details
1201 S Lamar Blvd (Gibson St W)
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 433-6521
New American
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Sun: 10:30 AM–2:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Odd Duck features a huge open kitchen and lots of homey touches like mismatched plates and country kitsch on the walls. Check out the chicken fried egg, kholrabi soup, and the whole roast chicken.
  • This shiny, ultramodern brick-and-mortar matches the adventurous, farm-to-table cuisine. The superlative wine, beer, and cocktail list harmonizes with the whims of Bryce Gilmore's daily changing menu.
  • Expectations were sky-high for Bryce Gilmore's second restaurant, and Odd Duck has surpassed them from the magnificent large format dishes to the playful brunch pastries. [Eater 38 Member]
  • The redfish is delicious! By far one of my favorites.
  • Moscow Mules on tap, and the fresh ginger blows it out the park.
  • Odd Duck has finally launched brunch on Sundays. Try the bear claw, it's massive!
  • Basically a bigger Barley Swine...which means same good food, but shorter wait times. NOTE: Beware, the patio is a cold spot to sit during winter, so hold out for an indoor table.
  • The shrimp was delish!
  • Odd Duck offers separate menus based on food allergies and preferences: dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free, Celiac, Pescatarian and Vegetarian.
  • Tater tots a winner, pretzel!! a must have, the beans w/ LAMB bacon, hello! Brisket w/ sweet potato pure, OMG! Cookies youve never had in your life! I'm in heaven.
  • Ridiculously fantastic! We waited 10min for a server BUT they flee deemed themselves w/ 3 complimentary appetizers, top notch service & impeccable food. Devine! Must go!
  • Chef Gilmore is awesome.
  • Leave it to your server! The food is amazing and if you let them handle it, it's paired brilliantly!
  • Get the Moscow mule! Not too sweet. Nice and gingery.
  • It's almost impossible to recommend 1 or 2 things here. Order *everything* (anything) and your taste buds will thank you. But if you have to choose ONE or TWO, get the Carrots & the Spiced Redfish.
  • Let your waiter pick the dishes. You won't be disappointed.
  • Farm to table is the concept and the kitchen truely delivers: we enjoyed every course. It's a tapas concept, so you should take more than 3 courses, but you won't regret it. Bummer: it's way too LOUD!
  • One of my favorite meals
  • Really enjoyed our meal here. We had the sourdough bread, kale salad, fried chicken, and short rib. All fresh and tasty! I also really loved the apple cream soda!
  • Pretzel with pig face carnitas. Uh yeah...