Gourdough’s Public House
Address: 2700 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704
Phone: (512) 912-9070
Menu: View Online
What Time Does Gourdough’s Public House Open?
Saturday,: 10AM to 12AM
Sunday,: 10AM to 10PM
Monday,: 11AM to 10PM
Tuesday,: 11AM to 10PM
Wednesday,: 11AM to 10PM
Thursday,: 11AM to 10PM
Friday,: 11AM to 12AM
Gourdough’s Public House Reviews
Gourdough’s was definitely a must try when in Austin.
Very chill atmosphere with reclaimed wood vibes. It is a donut galore. With many different iterations of donut themes. The Donut burger is rich hearty and fun. The fried deviled eggs were a good way to start your meal. Desert was very good, could have done without the peanuts. Definitely a place to treat your donut itch.
I’ve been here twice and both times have been excellent! They’re menu has something for everyone and definitely save room for dessert! The Ron burgundy burger is delish and the black Betty is just the right amount of sweet and tart
Meh. This is a bar with “good” food. Loud music. I feel like the food was made to look good for an Instagram photo, not for taste. It’s a lot of stuff piled onto each other with “savory donuts” that just tasted like plain donut dough. Go to try a donut burger, but don’t go for a life changing food experience.
Amazing. Granted you’re paying about $16 for your burger, but worth it. I had the Ron Burgundy and the Phat Club. Both were great. Even the sweet tea was great.
Wow I was VERY pleasantly surprised. I knew they had the donut theme but I’m not a fan of too sweet things so I was a bit skeptical. But the donuts are just light and flaky not necessarily sweet on the main menu items. I had the dirty south, such a large portion and omg the cranberry habanero jam everything paired together so yummy. My partner had the Ron Burgundy, it was also very large. I had a bite and couldn’t even get all the ingredients but it was amazing.
We’ll definitely be back to try more and check out brunch! Apparently they have $4 mimosas or $13 carafes. And the patio areas look so cute. Also the music had an appreciated good mix of styles.
Nice atmosphere. All the food we ordered tasted good. The grilled cheese was overpriced. Service was OK, they seemed understaffed. Didn’t get dessert, so next time I’m in Austin I’ll stop in to try some of their gourmet doughnuts.
Got Ron burgundy with Brussels, and dirty bird with mashed sweet potato. Both were delicious, and the side upgrades were totally worth it! Service was fast too.
Very trendy, mediocre food. Fun menu, but everything just kind of missed the mark. Service was okay drinks were okay. Pricy, you’re paying for the novelty. Nothing to write home mom about but something you could post to the insta. Donuts are on every item in the menu even the salads.
Fun fact, you won’t find a single glazed donut here. What you will find is donut hamburgers, donut sandwiches and even donuts with salad. Fun atmosphere, unique dining experience and great food. I had a “Double D” burger (made single patty) which was very tasty but a little messy with the Buffalo sauce leaving a soggy donut bottom. I prefer a traditional bun for my burgers but was definitely enjoyable, but very feeling. My friend ordered a wedge salad served with chicken fried bacon and tasty chunks of blue cheese. This place is excellent for a fun outing with the fam!
The staff seemed a little un excited to be there. It was a beautiful day outside so maybe they were bummed to be working. Also we though the spinach dip price to portion ratio was a little off. Really the portion was great, just expensive for about a cup of dip and serving of chips.
Food and atmosphere were great. We split the Getting Piggy With It doughnut burger, and upgraded the side to potato salad. Both were super tasty. The spinach artichoke dip and chips was also very good- we thought the best we’ve had at a restaurant. Bottom line: would definitely come back for more.