Keeping Austin Weird and Wonderful

Amanda (Marz, Nickname)
Amanda (Marz, Nickname)
Membre depuis 2011
Amanda (Marz, Nickname)

Keeping Austin Weird and Wonderful

Parks & Nature
There is a GreenBelt/Hiking and Biking trail at Barton Springs that takes you upstream through the limestone canyon.
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Barton Springs Municipal Pool
2131 William Barton Drive
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There is a GreenBelt/Hiking and Biking trail at Barton Springs that takes you upstream through the limestone canyon.
You can walk around Townlake and over to Downtown or South Congress. Kayaks, canoes and standup boards are available for rent on Townlake. (at Texas Rowing Center)
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Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail
2101 Veterans Drive
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You can walk around Townlake and over to Downtown or South Congress. Kayaks, canoes and standup boards are available for rent on Townlake. (at Texas Rowing Center)
Hang out on the water: kayaks, standup boards, etc. Paddle upstream to Red Bud Isle and the Tom Miller Dam, or downstream to see the skyscrapers of downtown. BONUS: Early morning or evening paddlers get to see more birds and raccoons along the shore :) Great spot to rent a kayak, paddleboard or canoe and a nice short walk on the trail to get there if you park near Austin High School and the bridge (or walk from my place on W 10th)
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Texas Rowing Center
1541 West Cesar Chavez
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Hang out on the water: kayaks, standup boards, etc. Paddle upstream to Red Bud Isle and the Tom Miller Dam, or downstream to see the skyscrapers of downtown. BONUS: Early morning or evening paddlers get to see more birds and raccoons along the shore :) Great spot to rent a kayak, paddleboard or canoe and a nice short walk on the trail to get there if you park near Austin High School and the bridge (or walk from my place on W 10th)
Visit the raptors in back of this cute little museum. Then take off on-foot for hiking along the limestone-clad dry creek bed as the trails lead you down and around the wilds of inside Austin City Limits.
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Austin Nature & Science Center
2389 Stratford Drive
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Visit the raptors in back of this cute little museum. Then take off on-foot for hiking along the limestone-clad dry creek bed as the trails lead you down and around the wilds of inside Austin City Limits.
LOVE swimming or basking at Deep Eddy. Come escape the heat in this partially spring fed pool (great for laps, or for lounging around).
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Deep Eddy Municipal Pool
401 Deep Eddy Avenue
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LOVE swimming or basking at Deep Eddy. Come escape the heat in this partially spring fed pool (great for laps, or for lounging around).
“3-acre pool, averaging 68 degrees year-round!” Barton Springs Pool is a man-made recreational swimming pool located on the grounds of Zilker Park in Austin, Texas. The pool exists in the channel of Barton Creek and is filled by water from Main Barton Spring, the fourth largest spring in Texas. The pool is a popular venue for year-round swimming, as its temperature maintains a narrow range from about 68 °F (20 °C) in the winter to about 71.6 °F (22.0 °C) in the summer. The current admission fee is $3 for adults, $2 for ages 12–17, $1 for ages 1–11 and 62+, and infants younger than 1 year are free. Season passes are available for $180 dollars, and punchcards allowing for $40 worth of pool entry are available for $32. 10 percent of this entry goes to a fund to help protect and research the Barton Springs Salamander. Long before Barton Springs Pool was built, the springs were considered sacred and were used for purification rituals by the Tonkawa Native American tribe who inhabited the area. Spanish explorers first discovered the springs in the 17th century, and around 1730 erected temporary missions at the site (later moving to San Antonio). In 1837, soon after incorporation of the city of Austin, William ("Uncle Billy") Barton, the springs' namesake, settled the area. Barton named the three separate springs after his three daughters: Parthenia, Eliza, and Zenobia. He, and subsequent owners of the property, recognized its value as a tourist attraction, and promoted it vigorously, thus leading to the swimming hole's lasting popularity. The last private owner of the property, Andrew Jackson Zilker, deeded it to Austin in 1918. During the 1920s, the city undertook a construction project to create a larger swimming area by damming the springs and building sidewalks. The bathhouse was constructed in the 1940s and modeled after the design of the bathhouse at Deep Eddy Pool. The pool is usually open to the public from 5:00am to 10:00pm, Friday through Wednesday. During this time, the floodgates on the pool's dam are closed, and Main Barton Spring fills the pool to a maximum depth of more than 18 feet. At the upper end of the pool, another dam prevents surface water from Barton Creek from entering the pool by diverting it through a tunnel under the sidewalks. https://maps.roadtrippers.com/us/austin-tx/nature/barton-natural-springs-pool-austin-texas
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Zilker Metropolitan Park
2100 Barton Springs Road
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“3-acre pool, averaging 68 degrees year-round!” Barton Springs Pool is a man-made recreational swimming pool located on the grounds of Zilker Park in Austin, Texas. The pool exists in the channel of Barton Creek and is filled by water from Main Barton Spring, the fourth largest spring in Texas. The pool is a popular venue for year-round swimming, as its temperature maintains a narrow range from about 68 °F (20 °C) in the winter to about 71.6 °F (22.0 °C) in the summer. The current admission fee is $3 for adults, $2 for ages 12–17, $1 for ages 1–11 and 62+, and infants younger than 1 year are free. Season passes are available for $180 dollars, and punchcards allowing for $40 worth of pool entry are available for $32. 10 percent of this entry goes to a fund to help protect and research the Barton Springs Salamander. Long before Barton Springs Pool was built, the springs were considered sacred and were used for purification rituals by the Tonkawa Native American tribe who inhabited the area. Spanish explorers first discovered the springs in the 17th century, and around 1730 erected temporary missions at the site (later moving to San Antonio). In 1837, soon after incorporation of the city of Austin, William ("Uncle Billy") Barton, the springs' namesake, settled the area. Barton named the three separate springs after his three daughters: Parthenia, Eliza, and Zenobia. He, and subsequent owners of the property, recognized its value as a tourist attraction, and promoted it vigorously, thus leading to the swimming hole's lasting popularity. The last private owner of the property, Andrew Jackson Zilker, deeded it to Austin in 1918. During the 1920s, the city undertook a construction project to create a larger swimming area by damming the springs and building sidewalks. The bathhouse was constructed in the 1940s and modeled after the design of the bathhouse at Deep Eddy Pool. The pool is usually open to the public from 5:00am to 10:00pm, Friday through Wednesday. During this time, the floodgates on the pool's dam are closed, and Main Barton Spring fills the pool to a maximum depth of more than 18 feet. At the upper end of the pool, another dam prevents surface water from Barton Creek from entering the pool by diverting it through a tunnel under the sidewalks. https://maps.roadtrippers.com/us/austin-tx/nature/barton-natural-springs-pool-austin-texas
Many of the city's trails are now connected for hiking and biking. Yay! Check out the Violet Crown Trails: https://violetcrowntrail.com/
Violet Crown Trail
Many of the city's trails are now connected for hiking and biking. Yay! Check out the Violet Crown Trails: https://violetcrowntrail.com/
Food Scene- many within walking/biking distance from the house
Great Eats, in the Hood or down the street... Farm to Table, 24 hours, Juice Bars, Dives, Vegan, Paleo, etc.
"Sorry, We're Open" (that's how Austin rolls) 24 hour Cafe and Restaurant. Sadly, Magnolia's on Lake Austin Blvd closed during the Pandemic. But check them out on S. Congress: https://duckduckgo.com/?t=ffnt&q=magnolia%3Bs+restaurant&atb=v187-1&ia=web&iaxm=places
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Magnolia Cafe
2304 Lake Austin Blvd
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"Sorry, We're Open" (that's how Austin rolls) 24 hour Cafe and Restaurant. Sadly, Magnolia's on Lake Austin Blvd closed during the Pandemic. But check them out on S. Congress: https://duckduckgo.com/?t=ffnt&q=magnolia%3Bs+restaurant&atb=v187-1&ia=web&iaxm=places
Great juice and smoothie joint. Also have some pre-made organic and yummy foods.
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JuiceLand
2307 Lake Austin Boulevard
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Great juice and smoothie joint. Also have some pre-made organic and yummy foods.
Juice and smoothie shop, yet they also have some pre-made organic and yummy food.
Daily Juice Barton Springs
1720 Barton Springs Road
Juice and smoothie shop, yet they also have some pre-made organic and yummy food.
1611 W 5th St, Austin, TX 78703 Phone: (512) 474-7000 Cuisine: Sushi, Japanese Price: $$ Reservations: Book at OpenTable WALK from W. 10th or get GrubHub to deliver https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/sushi-zushi-3221-feathergrass-ct-austin/536590?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=&utm_term=%7Bkeyword%7D&efkwid=74904364106634&ef_id=WC03GAAAAUf2MDxa%3A20190625220713%3As&gclid=CIPQlbXSheMCFYSlZQodCnAM4w&gclsrc=ds http://www.sushizushi.com/
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Sushi Zushi
1611 W 5th St
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1611 W 5th St, Austin, TX 78703 Phone: (512) 474-7000 Cuisine: Sushi, Japanese Price: $$ Reservations: Book at OpenTable WALK from W. 10th or get GrubHub to deliver https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/sushi-zushi-3221-feathergrass-ct-austin/536590?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=&utm_term=%7Bkeyword%7D&efkwid=74904364106634&ef_id=WC03GAAAAUf2MDxa%3A20190625220713%3As&gclid=CIPQlbXSheMCFYSlZQodCnAM4w&gclsrc=ds http://www.sushizushi.com/
A European Kitchen in the Heart of Austin, Texas Great farm to table restaurant. European meals made from sustainable & locally sourced ingredients paired with a curated wine list. Address: 509 Hearn St, Austin, TX 78703 Phone:(512) 236-0642 http://www.fabiandrosi.com/
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Fabi + Rosi
509 Hearn St
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A European Kitchen in the Heart of Austin, Texas Great farm to table restaurant. European meals made from sustainable & locally sourced ingredients paired with a curated wine list. Address: 509 Hearn St, Austin, TX 78703 Phone:(512) 236-0642 http://www.fabiandrosi.com/
Where else can you get gourmet donuts with drinks and a meal: DONUT BURGER, anyone?! gourdoughs.com 1503 S 1st St, Austin, TX 78704 · ~2 mi (512) 707-1050 https://gourdoughs.com/public-house-south-lamar
Gourdough's Public House
209 W 5th St
Where else can you get gourmet donuts with drinks and a meal: DONUT BURGER, anyone?! gourdoughs.com 1503 S 1st St, Austin, TX 78704 · ~2 mi (512) 707-1050 https://gourdoughs.com/public-house-south-lamar
LOVE Tacodeli! 6 Austin locations. Many menu items are organic and gluten-free...yum! https://www.tacodeli.com/locations/ https://www.tacodeli.com/menu/
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Tacodeli
1500 Spyglass Drive
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LOVE Tacodeli! 6 Austin locations. Many menu items are organic and gluten-free...yum! https://www.tacodeli.com/locations/ https://www.tacodeli.com/menu/
Wahoo's Fish Tacos Depending on the time of year, you might get wahoo or mahi fish in your tacos at Wahoo's. But always order it blackened and ask for their "green sauce" — it's delicious on both the fish and the accompanying rice and beans. 509 Rio Grande St., 512-476-3474; 1722 S. Congress Ave., 512-358-6600
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Wahoo's
509 Rio Grande Street
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Wahoo's Fish Tacos Depending on the time of year, you might get wahoo or mahi fish in your tacos at Wahoo's. But always order it blackened and ask for their "green sauce" — it's delicious on both the fish and the accompanying rice and beans. 509 Rio Grande St., 512-476-3474; 1722 S. Congress Ave., 512-358-6600
Food Truck, East Austin. What else is there to say? https://www.zagat.com/b/austin/the-10-best-fish-taco-spots-in-austin
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Veracruz All Natural Food Truck
1704 East Cesar Chavez Street
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Food Truck, East Austin. What else is there to say? https://www.zagat.com/b/austin/the-10-best-fish-taco-spots-in-austin
Chango's Del Mar taco can come grilled and topped with lettuce, cheese and pico de gallo, but we recommend getting their mahi mahi battered and fried, then topped with chipotle crema and Baja cabbage salsa. Sometimes you even get to watch them make the tortillas right in front of you. ​3023 Guadalupe St.; 512-480-8226 https://www.zagat.com/b/austin/the-10-best-fish-taco-spots-in-austin
Changos Taqueria
3023 Guadalupe Street
Chango's Del Mar taco can come grilled and topped with lettuce, cheese and pico de gallo, but we recommend getting their mahi mahi battered and fried, then topped with chipotle crema and Baja cabbage salsa. Sometimes you even get to watch them make the tortillas right in front of you. ​3023 Guadalupe St.; 512-480-8226 https://www.zagat.com/b/austin/the-10-best-fish-taco-spots-in-austin
Bar and Restaurant. Great local / 'raised right' BBQ. Happy Hour offers half off appetizers (great deal). Not cheap, but really, really satisfying and yummy! Music some nights upstairs in bar.
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Lamberts
401 West 2nd Street
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Bar and Restaurant. Great local / 'raised right' BBQ. Happy Hour offers half off appetizers (great deal). Not cheap, but really, really satisfying and yummy! Music some nights upstairs in bar.
Groceries, Coffee/tea AND Wine Bar, Fish (in store) restaurant and more....
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Whole Foods Market
525 North Lamar Boulevard
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Groceries, Coffee/tea AND Wine Bar, Fish (in store) restaurant and more....
Asian inspired vegan dining! Address: 1611 W 5th St, Austin, TX 78703 Phone:(512) 457-1013 https://www.veggieheavenaustin.com/
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Veggie Heaven
1611 West 5th Street
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Asian inspired vegan dining! Address: 1611 W 5th St, Austin, TX 78703 Phone:(512) 457-1013 https://www.veggieheavenaustin.com/
Actress and Austinite, Sandra Bullock's cool eatery: check out happy hour! Thurs.-Sat. 5:30 - 7:30 609 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78701 Phone: (512) 542-3380 https://www.waltonsfancyandstaple.com/
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Walton's Fancy & Staple
609 West 6th Street
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Actress and Austinite, Sandra Bullock's cool eatery: check out happy hour! Thurs.-Sat. 5:30 - 7:30 609 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78701 Phone: (512) 542-3380 https://www.waltonsfancyandstaple.com/
Grab a cuppa java, chai, etc. and a decadent dessert as you sit on the indoor or outdoor decks overlooking Lake Austin. Day or Night. MO-THU: 7 AM – 12 AM FRI: 7 AM – 1 AM SAT: 8 AM – 1 AM SUN: 8 AM – 12 AM 3825 Lake Austin Blvd, Austin, TX 78703 Phone: (512) 477-2900 http://mozartscoffee.com/
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Mozart's Coffee Roasters
3825 Lake Austin Boulevard
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Grab a cuppa java, chai, etc. and a decadent dessert as you sit on the indoor or outdoor decks overlooking Lake Austin. Day or Night. MO-THU: 7 AM – 12 AM FRI: 7 AM – 1 AM SAT: 8 AM – 1 AM SUN: 8 AM – 12 AM 3825 Lake Austin Blvd, Austin, TX 78703 Phone: (512) 477-2900 http://mozartscoffee.com/
Great brews, great pub food...all vegan. Amazing. As they say "The Beer Plant is Austin's first plant-based gastropub, combining elevated vegan food with craft beer, wine and cocktails. We offer dinner, brunch and late-night vegan menus."
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The Beer Plant
3110 Windsor Rd
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Great brews, great pub food...all vegan. Amazing. As they say "The Beer Plant is Austin's first plant-based gastropub, combining elevated vegan food with craft beer, wine and cocktails. We offer dinner, brunch and late-night vegan menus."
Great Tex-Mex in the hood, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and great margaritas! They have gluten-free chips on request. And they use local produce where they can (like local, good eggs)
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Maudie's Cafe
2608 West 7th Street
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Great Tex-Mex in the hood, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and great margaritas! They have gluten-free chips on request. And they use local produce where they can (like local, good eggs)
Great local and organic eatery.
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True Food Kitchen
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Great local and organic eatery.
Sightseeing
Free tours of the Capitol- truly an amazing building!
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Capitole de l'État du Texas
1100 Congress Avenue
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Free tours of the Capitol- truly an amazing building!
For over ten years, Austin Ghost Tours has been leading the curious through the streets of Austin and the memories of the past. Each tour exposes different haunted buildings and stories from Austin's past and present! https://austinghosttours.com/
Austin Ghost Tours
303 Red River Street
For over ten years, Austin Ghost Tours has been leading the curious through the streets of Austin and the memories of the past. Each tour exposes different haunted buildings and stories from Austin's past and present! https://austinghosttours.com/
Shopping
Great costume shop on South Congress- which is a great street to stroll for restaurants, coffee, nightlife, shopping and ambiance.
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Lucy in Disguise with Diamonds
1506 South Congress Avenue
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Great costume shop on South Congress- which is a great street to stroll for restaurants, coffee, nightlife, shopping and ambiance.
Essentials AND JAVA
Things that will make your stay easier :)
Store and Pharmacy
CVS
2610 Lake Austin Boulevard
Store and Pharmacy
Grab a cuppa java, chai, etc. and a decadent dessert as you sit on the indoor or outdoor decks overlooking Lake Austin. Day or Night. MO-THU: 7 AM – 12 AM FRI: 7 AM – 1 AM SAT: 8 AM – 1 AM SUN: 8 AM – 12 AM 3825 Lake Austin Blvd, Austin, TX 78703 Phone: (512) 477-2900 http://mozartscoffee.com/
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Mozart's Coffee Roasters
3825 Lake Austin Boulevard
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Grab a cuppa java, chai, etc. and a decadent dessert as you sit on the indoor or outdoor decks overlooking Lake Austin. Day or Night. MO-THU: 7 AM – 12 AM FRI: 7 AM – 1 AM SAT: 8 AM – 1 AM SUN: 8 AM – 12 AM 3825 Lake Austin Blvd, Austin, TX 78703 Phone: (512) 477-2900 http://mozartscoffee.com/
2727 Exposition Blvd, Austin, TX 78703 Phone: (512) 478-2288 At: Casis Shopping Center Open · 5:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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Starbucks
504 West 24th Street
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2727 Exposition Blvd, Austin, TX 78703 Phone: (512) 478-2288 At: Casis Shopping Center Open · 5:00 AM - 8:00 PM
GREAT coffee shop with local art, cool tunes and great java (and nibbles). Chai tea, as well. Caffe Medici caffemedici.com 1101 W Lynn St, Austin, TX 78703 · < 1 mi (512) 524-5049 Open until 8 PM
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Caffe Medici
1101 West Lynn Street
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GREAT coffee shop with local art, cool tunes and great java (and nibbles). Chai tea, as well. Caffe Medici caffemedici.com 1101 W Lynn St, Austin, TX 78703 · < 1 mi (512) 524-5049 Open until 8 PM
Closest grocery store (other than Randalls and Fresh Plus), but traffic and parking (free) can sometimes be a drag/busy. Still, this Whole Foods Flagship store is worth a visit- they have a large buffet/deli; several sit down restaurants, a wine bar, plus all the yummy organic food you've come to love.
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Whole Foods Market
525 North Lamar Boulevard
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Closest grocery store (other than Randalls and Fresh Plus), but traffic and parking (free) can sometimes be a drag/busy. Still, this Whole Foods Flagship store is worth a visit- they have a large buffet/deli; several sit down restaurants, a wine bar, plus all the yummy organic food you've come to love.
Closest grocery store with easiest parking (Unless grade school is getting out at 2:30 pm M-F): Randall's 2727 Exposition Blvd, Austin, TX 78703 Cross Streets: Near the intersection of Exposition Blvd and Hillview Rd/Westover Rd Neighborhoods: Tarrytown (512) 477-7196 local.randalls.com Mon 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM Tue 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM Open now till 12:00 AM Wed 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM Thu 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM Fri 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM Sat 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM Sun 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Randalls
2727 Exposition Boulevard
Closest grocery store with easiest parking (Unless grade school is getting out at 2:30 pm M-F): Randall's 2727 Exposition Blvd, Austin, TX 78703 Cross Streets: Near the intersection of Exposition Blvd and Hillview Rd/Westover Rd Neighborhoods: Tarrytown (512) 477-7196 local.randalls.com Mon 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM Tue 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM Open now till 12:00 AM Wed 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM Thu 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM Fri 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM Sat 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM Sun 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Walkable from house (about 30 min). Great neighborhood grocery with good cheeses, wines, etc.
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Fresh Plus Grocery
1221 West Lynn Street
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Walkable from house (about 30 min). Great neighborhood grocery with good cheeses, wines, etc.
Drinks & Nightlife
Restaurant and Bar on East 6th St. East Austin, where there is much nightlife, food trucks, coffee shops, etc. Also, check out Downtown, The Warehouse District, West 6th, E. 6th (East Side)
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Ah Sing Den
1100 East 6th Street
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Restaurant and Bar on East 6th St. East Austin, where there is much nightlife, food trucks, coffee shops, etc. Also, check out Downtown, The Warehouse District, West 6th, E. 6th (East Side)
Pub AND Peddle! Fun schtuff! 1607 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78703 Phone: (512) 657-7334 pubcrawlerofaustin.com
PubCrawler of Austin, LLC
1607 W 6th St
Pub AND Peddle! Fun schtuff! 1607 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78703 Phone: (512) 657-7334 pubcrawlerofaustin.com
Shake yor Booty! On the Eastside. Sometimes jazz, sometimes Funk, always interesting.
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Stay Gold
1910 East Cesar Chavez Street
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Shake yor Booty! On the Eastside. Sometimes jazz, sometimes Funk, always interesting.
Grab a cuppa java, chai, etc. and a decadent dessert as you sit on the indoor or outdoor decks overlooking Lake Austin. Day or Night. MO-THU: 7 AM – 12 AM FRI: 7 AM – 1 AM SAT: 8 AM – 1 AM SUN: 8 AM – 12 AM 3825 Lake Austin Blvd, Austin, TX 78703 Phone: (512) 477-2900 http://mozartscoffee.com/
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Mozart's Coffee Roasters
3825 Lake Austin Boulevard
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Grab a cuppa java, chai, etc. and a decadent dessert as you sit on the indoor or outdoor decks overlooking Lake Austin. Day or Night. MO-THU: 7 AM – 12 AM FRI: 7 AM – 1 AM SAT: 8 AM – 1 AM SUN: 8 AM – 12 AM 3825 Lake Austin Blvd, Austin, TX 78703 Phone: (512) 477-2900 http://mozartscoffee.com/
Jazz. Straight. Latin. Bop. Alt. Fusion. Elephant has it all. Austin original. Slip into the speakeasy underground downtown. 315 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701 · ~1.2 mi (512) 473-2279 https://www.elephantroom.com/
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Elephant Room
315 Congress Avenue
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Jazz. Straight. Latin. Bop. Alt. Fusion. Elephant has it all. Austin original. Slip into the speakeasy underground downtown. 315 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701 · ~1.2 mi (512) 473-2279 https://www.elephantroom.com/
Arts & Culture
Great art space (not overwhelmingly big)
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The Contemporary Austin - Jones Center
700 Congress Avenue
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Great art space (not overwhelmingly big)
Great free museum. Has one of the rare Gutenberg Bibles and the first photograph. Current show https://www.hrc.utexas.edu/exhibitions/ On the UT Campus.
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Harry Ransom Center
300 West 21st Street
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Great free museum. Has one of the rare Gutenberg Bibles and the first photograph. Current show https://www.hrc.utexas.edu/exhibitions/ On the UT Campus.
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Musée d'Art Blanton
200 East Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
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History *and* IMAX
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Bullock Texas State History Museum
1800 Congress Avenue
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History *and* IMAX
Check out the new Ellsworth Kelly's "Austin" installation! Free on Thursdays :) Parking at Brazos Garage at 210 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (get validated parking for $4. at museum desk) https://blantonmuseum.org/ Address: 200 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Austin, TX 78712 Phone: (512) 471-5482 At: University Of Texas At Austin
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Musée d'Art Blanton
200 East Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
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Check out the new Ellsworth Kelly's "Austin" installation! Free on Thursdays :) Parking at Brazos Garage at 210 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (get validated parking for $4. at museum desk) https://blantonmuseum.org/ Address: 200 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Austin, TX 78712 Phone: (512) 471-5482 At: University Of Texas At Austin
Best kept secret in Austin's museums: the HRC! Free! Check out the Frida Kahlo (if she's not traveling)! See the oldest surviving photograph! Check out the Gutenberg Bible (plus other rotating exhibits, based on the James A. Michener collection and more) The First Photograph, or more specifically, the earliest known surviving photograph made in a camera, was taken by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce in 1826 or 1827. https://www.hrc.utexas.edu/ https://www.hrc.utexas.edu/exhibitions/permanent/gutenbergbible/ The Gutenberg Bible is the first substantial book printed in the West with moveable metal type. Before its printing in 1454 or 1455, books were either copied by hand or printed from engraved wooden blocks—processes that could take months or years to complete. Johann Gutenberg invented a printing press that revolutionized the distribution of knowledge by making it possible to produce many copies of a work in a relatively short amount of time.
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Harry Ransom Center
300 West 21st Street
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Best kept secret in Austin's museums: the HRC! Free! Check out the Frida Kahlo (if she's not traveling)! See the oldest surviving photograph! Check out the Gutenberg Bible (plus other rotating exhibits, based on the James A. Michener collection and more) The First Photograph, or more specifically, the earliest known surviving photograph made in a camera, was taken by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce in 1826 or 1827. https://www.hrc.utexas.edu/ https://www.hrc.utexas.edu/exhibitions/permanent/gutenbergbible/ The Gutenberg Bible is the first substantial book printed in the West with moveable metal type. Before its printing in 1454 or 1455, books were either copied by hand or printed from engraved wooden blocks—processes that could take months or years to complete. Johann Gutenberg invented a printing press that revolutionized the distribution of knowledge by making it possible to produce many copies of a work in a relatively short amount of time.
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Musée d'Art Blanton
200 East Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
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