Lockhart Bistro

  4.2 – 163 reviews   • Restaurant

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Lockhart Bistro is an upscale restaurant that makes its home in the very heart of Lockhart square. Lockhart Bistro offers an assortment of great appetizers & hearty, full portioned main courses. We feature a full bar with craft cocktails, beer & wine and a dog friendly patio that can turn any season into patio season and with a view of Lockhart’s historic courthouse. Stop by for martinis, house made specialty cocktails, frozen margaritas & 20 craft beers on tap or enjoy fine dining of 21 day aged steaks, fresh seafood & nightly specials, all complemented with a great wine list.

Lockhart Bistro 78644

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Address: 119 E San Antonio St, Lockhart, TX 78644

Phone: (512) 668-4041



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Tammy Eide
Hidden gem among bbq-city. When you’re done trying (or hearing about) all the bbq in Lockhart, stop by this place for fantastic brunch! Chef’s station open floor plan to watch the magic happen. Service makes the rounds and tops off drinks without your needing to ask. First rate ingredients with delicious recipes. Highly recommended.
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Nayeli Martinez
Service was outstanding, very attentive and polite. We had duck and boneless ribs wich was more like a roast with mashed potatoes. Also tried the Irish coffee. Everything was delicious. A little pricey but it’s nice to have a place like this here in Lockhart.
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Patrick Garcia
Celebrating 28th wedding anniversary with my beautiful wife. This is our second visit to Lockhart Bistro and it keeps getting better. Shout out to Lilly, for taking care of us.
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Jim Daniels
Staying in Lockhart while I’m racing my sports car up in Austin. I like staying down here because it is quiet and there’s no traffic getting back and forth to the track. Looking for a place to eat that’s not your normal barbecue brisket excetera and I ran into this gem. And that’s exactly what it is a gem. I hooked up with Greg at the bar super friendly guy very knowledgeable about his industry old school bartender. Also shook hands with the chef who’s the owner. He put together a spectacular upper end menu that I’ll post here. I was very impressed with the atmosphere, the service and the food was perfect in every way. I highly recommend the veal and the red fish and any appetizer. With so many wonderful dishes this restaurant has sealed my decision to stay in Lockhart when I’m racing at the Circuit of Americas. This place is worth a visit!!!
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Jessica Horta-Perez
Friendly, courteous service. Ron, our waiter, was attentive and prompt. Stopped in for brunch. Chicken Waffles pictured (hub said a tad dry but overall good) French Toast pictured (chantilly cream & peach ice cream delicious) and Bistro Benedict pictured (yum) bloody Mary’s good too. Coffee hot and flavorful. Stop by – support local.
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Roy Lee Buchanan
Greeted by a friendly server and given a choice of bar or table seating. A glass of unfiltered water was served without a straw. After viewing the menu I narrowed my choices to Grilled Tuna or Atlantic Salmon (both are over priced for the atmosphere). My server gave me the hurried experience one recieves when showing up an hour before closing, but did know the menu and although obviously canned rehearsed responses were given I decidedbon Grilled Atlantic Salmon served with the mystery daily vegetable and house made preserve (uh-oh) bracing for the worst I began the time in limbo always experienced when waiting for my meal to arrive so I began sipping on stale cloudy Tea (for $2.50 one would think filtered water would be used) apparently they either do bot carry sweet and low or are out…fragrances of Lemon and Salmon are wafting into to the Dining area frim the grill and are pleasantly welcomed by my olfactory sense! The anticipation may outweigh the quality and satisfaction, as I have seen some other meals presented.
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Crystal Brough
Ordered the surf and turf, filet with blackened shrimp. When it came out I was so disappointed. The shrimp were not seasoned at all, not even with salt. The filet was super chewy. The worst part is it was swimming in a soup of butter. It was inedible.
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Creative Eclipse
Drove 3 hours to eat here. The menu gives you the impression of refined palatable experience. However, lacks in execution. The corn chowder was exception, the best I ever had. Fresh Canadian oysters were excellent. Cocktails were very tasty. Good wine selection. However the sever was not well versed in the menu. I ordered the duck, usually I expect the fat to be crisped and the duck should explode in your mouth, but it had a texture of raw steak drowned in a pool of sauces that didn’t really elevate the duck at all. Not very good for a special. Had rack of lamb and quail with scalloped potatoes. Very good dish, just plated as kind of a mess. The lamb was just thrown on the plate and were very small. However, cooked correctly. Four stars but not a five star experience. The kitchen needs to reign it in. If you live in Austin worth a visit. But not worth a drive from Fort Worth
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Rodrigo Serpas
This wasn’t bad, a little expensive. I really expected more out of it, but it wasn’t too bad. The steak was small, and wasn’t great for the price. Honestly, little trouble was better for steak. The lamb was delicious though. The old fashioned I ordered was slapped together, I really wish a bar tender would put a little more effort into their drinks, especially if the restaurant isn’t that busy. It would just make the experience better, and the price more worth it.
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Val Kugle
Lockhart is an historic small town with a little known, but up and coming food scene. Our friends had been before and said it was great. The brunch menu featured deep southern and Louisiana inspired standbys like biscuits and gravy, grits, the obligatory Benedict with a crab cake option, and chicken and waffles. I had the redfish and grits. I expect a $25 brunch entree to be perfect. The grits had a few lumps. The fish was a bit under seasoned, but overall it was very tasty. The service unfortunately, was substantially unimpressive. We had to ask for the condiments intended to go along with our meals, our checks, and the wait between seating and drink orders was a bit long. I would be willing to give them another try as perhaps it was an off day.
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