Mon – Sat, 11am – 3:00pm
Sun – Wed, 5:00pm – 10pm
Thur – Sat, 5:00pm – 10:30pm
Saturday + Sunday, 11am – 3pm
7 days, 11am – Late
*Our menus change daily based on seasonality, but please refer to the sample online menus.
Half Price Appetizers and Bar Food
$2 off All Beverages at Both Bars
7 Days a Week, 5 – 7pm
Served upstairs from 10-11pm
Thursdays: $2 Lone Star Beer, $5 Chopped Beef Sandwiches
Fridays: $5 Bulleit Whiskey, $8 Boar Ribs
Saturdays: $5 Ritas, $5 Frito Pies
Sundays: Half-price wine bottles
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available reservations, we ask
that you please call us at Lamberts
Located in the carefully restored & historic Schneider Brothers Building, Lamberts serves up slow smoked BBQ & modern Texas cooking with local beers, classic cocktails and new world wines. Situated in the heart of bustling 2nd Street Lamberts has a fun laid back atmosphere and warm professional service. Our upstairs bar and lounge features live music nightly and is available for special events and parties.
Lamberts was established in 2006 by Larry McGuire, Thomas Moorman Jr, Will Bridges, Louis Lambert, and a talented group of Austin friends and investors.
In addition to 2nd St District Valet Parking (located at 2nd & San Antonio), garage parking is available at City Hall & the AMLI building.
Lamberts is the perfect setting for your upcoming rehearsal dinner, corporate event, happy hour, birthday, or holiday party. Our unique atmosphere is ideal for every size of formal or casual gathering.
Lamberts Fancy Barbecue, decadent desserts, and impeccable service create a unique and unforgettable experience for you and your guests. Work with our events coordinator to customize the perfect event for any occasion.
Lunch: Mon – Sat 11am – 3:00pm
Dinner: Sun – Wed, 5:00 – 10pm
Thurs – Sat, 5:00 – 10:30pm
Weekend Brunch: Saturday + Sunday 11am – 3pm
Bar: 7 days, 11am – Late
Health inspection reports are available upon request.
Fallon Allison: (512) 791-5745
McGuire Moorman Hospitality
“Carved out of a brick-walled general store that dates from 1873, it is raising the bar (and provoking outrage among purists) with its newfangled ‘fancy barbecue’ â think brown-sugar-and-coffee-rubbed brisket and maple-and-coriander-encrusted pork ribs.”
— Jaime Gross, New York Times
“Lamberts takes its cocktails quite seriously. The Sanchez, which is essentially a vodka martini filthy with olive juice over cracked ice and garnished with pickled jalapeÃ±os, is a remarkably good companion to simple but succulent smoked barbecued chicken accompanied by the tastiest salsa verde on the planet. With its lively dining room and bands playing upstairs, you’ll recognize Lamberts as a place you could spend four or five quality hours. And so you will. You raise your glass and toast to keeping Austin weird.”
— Mark Healy, Hemispheres Magazine