Vino Vino

4119 Guadalupe, 512/465-9282

photo by John Anderson

Comfy furnishings, great wines, delicious food, and reasonable prices keep everybody coming back to this Hyde Park neighborhood favorite.
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Chronicle Reviews

Vino Vino

New dishes share the spotlight with the unique wines at Vino Vino

Claudia Alarcón, January 13, 2011

Vino Vino

A great Hyde Park hub for wine and appetizers

Wes Marshall, April 24, 2008


These Local Cheeses Are Curated to Be an Edible Experience

Antonelli’s, Vino Vino, Il Bruto, and La Matta think beyond the palate

R.T. Frank, Sept. 6, 2018

Best of Austin Awards

First Plates Awards

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