Inspired by international flavors, the pallet and variety showcase the creativity of the chef and homemade recipes curated and perfected over time.
I love this place. If you are in the area it's a must-go. I have already brought a lot of my coworkers here and they all agree. It's inside a rock climbing facility so it's a little confusing to find but its worth it. Expect to pay about $10-12 for lunch. Garlic fries are great. The meat is lean and top quality. The service is great as well
You know what? I'm not even going to write a long review. Look at the rating. Look at the reviews below me. Look at the pictures. All the good stuff is ALL true. Point blank: you need to eat here. Done.
The hubby isn't easily impressed when it comes to burgers, but the Farmhouse burger is out of this world. It's huge, it's beautiful, it's messy and all around amazing. The house made sourdough English muffin is spectacular and the garlic French fries are delicious! Who would ever imagine that this place sits inside a rock climbing gym. Will def be back for some more of their food.
Heard about this cafe - instead a rock climbing facility - from a friend who I met there for lunch. Great food - slightly unusual but all very intriguing and what we ordered was great. May even go back some time and try the rock climbing, but certainly will be back for the food!
The classic is AMAZING!!! Neat experience with the rock climbers right next to you. Next time we will plan to do both!
Don't know how they come up with the burgers, but they are an amazing combination of flavors that I've never had before. Gourmet stuff here, folks.
GEM WITHIN A GYM - 5.ATE Café Harnesses the Power of Fresh
5.ATE Café 7th out of the top 10 best burgers nationwide based on reviews—the only Texas spot included on the list.
Texas has a score of rock-climbing gyms, but only one boasts an eatery that has earned kudos for its food on a national level...
I couldn't help but wonder if I could really find good pork belly inside of a rock climbing gym ( a week later I would find out, that I absolutely could).
The name of the cafe is a play on rock climbing terminology. The Yosemite Decimal System rates rope-assisted climbing on a scale of 5.1 to 5.15 to indicate difficulty.
5.Ate is serious in its intentions, but it’s still approachable for a wide range of enthusiastic eaters, offering a slate of burgers, pizzas and sandwiches served amid calls of “On belay!” and puffs of climbing chalk.