PÉCHÉ

From their website, “Meaning sin in French, Péché is distinctly Austin’s first absinthe bar, a cocktail program headed by bar manager Shaun Meglen, showcasing a selection of pre-Prohibition style cocktails and a curated wine list. Executive chef John Lichtenberger brings that same tailored focus to the food menu, providing rich French fare made with the freshest ingredients.”

Then because it was still Happy Hour ( from 4 – 7:00 p.m.), many of their Snacks (those with an asterisk *)  were half the price listed on their menu…
So we ordered these to share…
Mac and Cheese – Gruyere, Grana Padano Cheeses, and Tasso Ham (something green on top, maybe minced broccoli??)  – 1/2 price or $7
My niece chose this entrée…
Ribeye topped with Maitre d’hotel butter and served with steak frites (french fries)
She said the steak was tough and fatty. And they didn’t give her a sharp enough knife to cut it. The knife she was given was no sharper than a butter knife.   This entrée was not good and she left hungry.  Also, though she hardly any of it and refused the offer to take it home, she was never asked by our server how it was or if there was something wrong with it.

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