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A Look Inside Arro, Modern French Fare for Even Late-Night Diners

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[Photos by Spencer Selvidge]

Arro, the most recent addition to the ELM Restaurant Group (24 Diner and Easy Tiger), just opened to the public, and Eater Austin photographer Spencer Selvidge stopped by to scope out the new French casual concept's renovated space, previously occupied by Haddington's.

Reviews thus far have been nearly perfect. Ginny's Austin wrote of several "exceptionally bright moments in an altogether stellar evening," which included roasted grouper and mussels frites, chocolate pot de creme and a lemon goat cheese tarte. One Yelper wrote that "the croque monsieur is to die for" while another noted "the lobster bisque is to die for." If they keep this up, all their customers will soon die deliciously satisfied food deaths.

Arro is open Sunday through Tuesday from 5 p.m. to midnight and Wednesday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. Look out for the Sunday brunch service coming soon.
—Ashley Cheng
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