An inviting pub, bistro, wine bar, and retail store, Fion breaks tradition an offers the Steiner Ranch neighborhood an inviting atmosphere, good music, and excellent value.
The creativity is here, both in the imaginative cooking and the great selection of adult libations... Fion is well worth a visit, and for those on the west side of town, the second Fion will be opening soon, next to the new Zoot on Bee Caves Road. --Austin Chronicle
Ikal 1150 & Fion's Wine List
Fion sports more than 600 wines on its wine list including a new wine made by Texans in Argentina, Ikal 1150.
The Ikal 1150 Chardonnay pairs well with Fion's fish dishes. This high-altitude chardonnay has no buttery notes and a crisp clean finish making it the perfect companion for Fion's "Shiner Bock-steamed Prince Edward Island mussels with spicy Elgin sausage and crusty bread"
The Ikal 1150 Malbec is the perfect companion to the meats an spicy dishes like the stuffed jalapeños, roasted lamb sliders, or cast-iron-skillet-seared skirt steak.
All of our wines go great with any of the 27+ cheeses on Fion's cheese list.
The high altitude and dry climate allow our grapes with pure snow-melt water and without pesticides, fungicides, manures, or chemical fertilizers. *
Directions to Fion, Steiner Ranch, Austin
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Fion Wine Pub 2900 N Quinlan Park Rd Austin, TX 78732 (512) 266-3466 www.fionwinepub.com
About Fion Wine Pub in Austin, TexasFrom Fion's website...
"We expanded to open a Bistro in Steiner Ranch in October of 2007. We are very blessed to have partenered up with one of the best in Austin, Chef Paul Petruzzi. Petruzzi was named TOP TEN CHEF FOR 2009 in Zagat Publication, along with mentions in seven different categories."
We strive to open the public's eyes to the wonderful, exciting world of specialty beverages by allowing people to try an assortment of libations at an affordable price. We hope you truly enjoy your experience here!! If there is anything at all we can do to make it better, don't hesitate to inform us.
Enjoy!!! Cheers! Josh C. McKay
* In keeping with traditional wine making practices we use sulfides to sanitize our wine making equipment.