Faqs

What are your sanitation procedures during the Covid-19 reopen?

  • Each staff member will be required to wear PPE during the shift.

  • Every 30 minutes we sanitize the space. This includes, but not limited to: door handles, common-use surfaces, restrooms, etc. Once clean, every employee will wash/sanitize hands before continuing to work.

  • Tables are thoroughly sanitized between turns.

  • Hand sanitizer will be available upon entry and in restrooms.

Are reservations required?

We highly recommend a reservation to dine with us. Due to limited capacity, we cannot confirm availability for walk-in diners, but will do our best to seat any guest that walks in.

Do you take to-go orders?

We are now taking to-go orders. You can order online here. When you get to Odd Duck, park in a designated curbside parking spot and text the number on the sign. We will bring your food out as it is ready.

Where do I park?

  • Odd Duck provides complimentary valet in our small lot. If you would like to park yourself, you can find street parking on Gibson St (behind our building) and around the bend at the bottom of the hill.

Do you have gluten free or vegetarian options?

Yes, we have GF & Vegetarian offerings and can easily modify our menu to fit most allergies or dietary restrictions when you arrive. We also have at least 2 vegan options available for every dinner service.

Is the online menu up to date?

Most likely, but we have an ever-changing menu. So for the most accurate menu please visit our online takeout menu or call the restaurant directly.

Do you have food options for kids?

  • We have at least a couple of options every service for little ducklings. These options will vary with our current menu.

Do you offer food in in the afternoon hours?

We are currently closed for lunch service, but we do plan to open that service again soon.

Is Odd Duck dog friendly?

Most of the time. We love our furry friends! We do ask that you call the restaurant directly to make sure we can accommodate, as we are not always able to do so as the space is only available if weather permits.

Where did the name Odd Duck come from?

Our roots stem from a food trailer on the very same lot as our now brick and mortar restaurant. When the Gilmore brothers drove the 1970’s Fleetwood Mallard trailer from Wisconsin down to Austin they could not think of a name. The now Molly Gilmore, Bryce’s wife, saw the lone Mallard on the trailer and suggested the name Odd Duck. After a few days it finally stuck!

Does Odd Duck have any other locations?

Nope, we are the one and only! However, there is an unaffiliated Odd Duck in Milwaukee. We do have two very different sister restaurants, though: Barley Swine, our older, more refined sister, and Sour Duck, our ultra-casual, tasty little brother.

May I bring a cake into Odd Duck?

Yes, however we do have a $20 cake fee.