FoodHeads is a staple sandwich shop with items like
prosciutto and egg salad on sprouted grain bread. Eldorado Cafe is
your a colorful cantina with excellent Tex-Mex, plus margaritas. Made
famous by the cult flick Dazed and Confused, Top
Notch’s drive-in is a great spot for burgers and movie nights.
Peached Tortilla: Asian meets Southern at this hip spot on Burnet
Pinthouse Pizza: Choose from 40+ craft beers and one of their classic pies - think pepperoni and basil - or build your own. Try
a beer and ice cream float for dessert.
Hole in the Wall stays true to its name with dark paneling,
a small stage and cheap drinks near the UT campus.
Musicians like Spoon and Gary Clark Jr. have played here. Little Longhorn features country-western music and its legendary
Sunday Chicken S**t Bingo featuring chickens doing their
thing on a bingo board.
Spider House Cafe & Ballroom: A renovated
house-turned-coffeshop with a yard full of quirky antiques. The adjacent
ballroom showcases everything from comedy acts to candlelit cabaret.
Tigress Pub: The one-room hideaway pours local draft
beers and boasts a specialty cocktail menu.
Stroll around the University of Texas at Austin’s campus
with its iconic tower and verdant knolls, and many museums. Stop in at
the Harry Ransom Center, a humanities museum that houses artifacts such as
the first photograph and a Gutenberg Bible, as well as rotating exhibitions. Go
back in time at the LBJ Presidential Library & Museum and view
exhibits that focus on the president and the 1960s, including the Vietnam War.
Guzu Gallery: Get edgy with artwork, vinyl toys, books and
Hancock Golf Course: This historic 9 hole course is a challenging
layout with numerous carries up and down hills and over a beautiful creek in
the heart of Austin.
Vintage shops are scattered all over Central Austin. Both
Burnet Road and North Loop are home to funky shops with retro clothing, home
decor and mid-century modern furniture. Room Service
Vintage, Bertha's and Blue Velvet always have fantastic,
BookWoman: This one-of-a-kind feminist bookstore is
packed with books, T-shirts, jewellery and gifts you won't find anywhere else.
They also host poetry events, book festivals and open mic nights.
Atown: Home to goods by 100+ local creatives (think wood cake
toppers, apothecary items and stitched wine totes).
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Posted by: Visit Austin
Posted on: 01/02/2019