• Wink Restaurant & Wine Bar

Wink Restaurant & Wine Bar

1014 North Lamar Boulevard, Austin, TX 78703

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Respect for the freshest ingredients is the cornerstone of Wink’s culinary philosophy. With seafood flown in daily from both coasts, and local farmers providing seasonal produce, herbs, and cheese,Wink’s chefs focus on complimenting and enhancing flavors, not over-manipulating or disguising the integrity of the product. Clean lines of the dining room and urban sophistication of the cuisine coupled with a “food friendly” wine list and well-versed staff make dining at Wink a unique delight.

TOP 10 SAVORY DISHES OF 2001
#4 Virginia B. Wood

TOP 10 WINE EVENTS OF 2001
#8 Wes Marshall

TOP 10 SWEET DISHES OF 2001
#2 Virginia B. Wood

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1014 North Lamar Boulevard, Austin, TX 78703

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American
Contemporary
Focus on Local Products
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Dinner
Late Night Dining
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Mon-Thurs
Open at 6:00 pm
Fri-Sat • Open at 5:30 pm
Sun • Closed
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Resort/Dressy Casual
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Seasonal Menus
Vegetarian Meals
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Carte Blanche

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Chef/Owner
Mark Paul & Stewart Scruggs

Chef/Onwer Mark Paul

An alumnus of Peter Kump’s School for the Culinary Arts, Mark Paul has worked in many renowned restaurants, including The James Beard Foundation (New York), Le Cirque (New York), and Charlie Trotter’s (Chicago). After coming home to Austin in 1995, Mark has worked as Pastry Chef at Brio (Austin) and at Brio Vista (Austin). He is a member of the Board of Directors for The Hill Country Food and Wine Festival, a member of Slow Foods International, and a member of The James Beard Foundation.

Chef/Owner Stewart R.W. Scruggs

A native of Austin, Stewart Scruggs graduated from The Culinary Institute of America, in Hyde Park, New York, and has worked for The Four Seasons Hotel in New York City, and Stephan Pyles in Dallas. From 1991 to 1996, Scruggs was Chef / Co-Owner of Zoot Restaurant in Austin, garnering praise from The London Times to The Austin American Statesman. From 1999 to 2001, he was Executive Chef at Brio Vista in Austin. He is a member of the Board of Directors for The Hill Country Food and Wine Festival, and co-founder of The Red Ribbon Dinner Series benefiting AIDS Services of Austin.

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