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A place to sip & graze


Craft Beer & French-Inspired Fare

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A place to sip & graze


Craft Beer & French-Inspired Fare

 
 

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Hopfields opened in November 2011 by Bay and Lindsay Anthon, husband and wife team, to bring to Austin a comfortable and casual yet classy spot to imbibe on high quality craft beers, wines, and cocktails and enjoy homestyle french cooking. As longtime Austinites, Bay and Lindsay felt our city needed a spot that marries comfy with swanky, modern with classic, feminine with masculine, high quality with simplicity. We welcome you to join us for a cozy date night, family brunch anyday, or a burger and beer at the bar while you wait out rush hours.

 
 

So, why French food? Lindsay's mother, Connie Zuloaga, comes from a diverse family of American, French and Greek heritage. She spent much of her childhood in France, observing her French grandmother "mémère" and her Greek grandfather, "pépère" in the kitchen preparing modest but high-quality meals for their family of 12. This serves as the inspiration for our menu which is diverse, yet decidedly French - with everything made from scratch in house, the use of local farm-fresh produce, and seasonally appropriate offerings.

So, why craft beer? Owner, Bay Anthon, started his obsession with craft beer over 15 years ago. Naturally, French food marries with wine. We have an exceptional wine program, but we also feel craft beer offers even more dynamic pairings and opportunity for diversity. We love the growth and creativity of the American craft beer scene and we curate a unique, rare, and quality selection of beers. Unapologetically, you'll never see the same tap wall twice. Tchin Tchin!

 
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Hyde Park

Hopfields' famous Pascal burger is very delicious and very French, served with melted Camembert cheese, whole grain mustard, caramelized onions, cornichons (those fun-sized pickles) and golden frites.

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2018 Best Restaurants in Austin

By Matthew Odam 

This French-inspired gastropub could just have offered one of the restaurant scene’s most interesting and exciting beer lists, an intimate space that lends itself to some salon-style, hop-fueled discussions and a knockout burger — covered with the slight funk of Camembert cheese and sweet caramelized onions — and pedaled off into the sunset on its penny-farthing. But they decided to be much more than that. They blew out the space to make lounging for dinner more enticing and from the shoebox kitchen turn out a Nicoise salad unrivaled in Austin, as well as bistro staples like roasted chicken and steak frites, and seasonal tartes like one of roasted butternut squash, shiitake mushroom and goat cheese. Great bar for dining or great restaurant for drinking beer and wine? Just depends on your mood.

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15 Austin Craft Beer Destinations, Fall 2018

There’s something undeniably appealing about Hopfields, with an exceptional selection of craft beers available on draft, in cans, and in bottles paired with a menu that includes items such as seared lamb tenderloin, steak and frites, and mussels,