by Ken B. on
Interesting place. We came mid-week and early in the evening. It was far from crowded. The ample roof deck seems to be the allure of this place, and it was indeed nice up there. Just a little too chilly to dine al fresco that night. Inside, there's a mezzanine which must really be quite interesting when the place is packed with a crowd to hear the DJ. The food was quite interesting, and I'm always surprised how filling a meal of tapas can be. I'm sure we didn't have room for dessert afterward! We must have sampled five or six dishes. Goat cheese and pear salad, short ribs, beet salad, hummus combo, winter vegetables in fillo. All were delicious! We pretty much had the place to ourselves, so the service was impeccable, and the food came out quickly.
by Kinga H. on
An "Alice in Wonderland" themed venue sounds classy and fun. And it is at other similar themed establishments I have frequented but that is NOT the case when it comes to Wonderland. Do yourself a favor and go elsewhere, ANYWHERE else.
by Jeramy Guerrera on
Ever get the urge to just hang out , play some pool and drink some beer? If yes, then never come here. Never. Not only is the pool $10 for two people for one hour, I paid $4 for a Coors light. I know, I know, I should've known when I walked in the door that I should've walked right out. I was so disappointed because I read that this was the best pool hall in Austin. The best pool hall, if your parents pay for everything, maybe. But, if you are struggling like me, and don't want to show off, or hook up, or start a fight, don't come here. The location is killer though, and the inside is really cool.