A New Orleans style spot in Austin’s Warehouse District, with seasonal French comfort foods, absinthe-based craft cocktails and cozy intimate vibes.
Meaning “sin” in French, Péché showcases expertly crafted pre-Prohibition style cocktails, alongside French comfort food. Distinctly Austin’s first absinthe bar, Péché’s beverage selection is nothing short of impressive, with over fifty cocktails, “adult milkshakes” and a carefully curated wine selection. You’d be forgiven for thinking the food may be an afterthought, but Péché uses that same tailored focus on its drink selection for its food menu, providing delicious, modern fare using only the freshest ingredients. The menu of nightly specials emphasizes local and artisanal products, with selections that change depending on what’s available and fresh. Péché boasts a comfortable yet elegant retro-European space, with couches and coffee tables interspersed in the dining room to create cozy hangouts.