Things to do in Austin, Texas:

-2 for 1 burger night at Hut’s (Wednesday)
-$.99 margerita happy hour at El Arroyo (Thursday afternoons)
-Mexican martinis and stuffed avacados at Trudy’s
-Watch a game at Pluckers
-Eat at the Oasis on Lake Travis
-Eat at Hula Hut on Lake Austin
-Watch the bats at the south congress bridge (sunset in the summer)
-Check out the view from Mt. Bonnell
-Tour the state capitol
-Float the Guadalupe and then eat at the Gristmill (summer)
-Canoe/walk/run/celebrity watch at townlake (it’s really a river)
-Swim at Barton Springs (summer)
-Play volleyball at Zilker Park
-See a midnight movie at the Alamo Drafthouse
-Eat breakfast hung over at Juan in a Million
-Have BBQ at the original County Line (Off Bee Caves past 360)
-Walk around 1st Thursday on south Congress (1st Thursday of every month)
-Eat lunch on the balcony at (the original) Whole Foods; great MoPac Sandwich!
-Eat Crawfish off the table at the Boiling Pot
-Pete’s Piano Bar on 6th
-Get dessert at the Melting Pot (Fondue)
-6th Street (some bars include: Soho, Blind Pig, Aquarium, The Library, Logan’s, Mooseknuckle, Dizzy Rooster, Chuggin Monkey, Spy Bar [for dancing])
-4th and 5th Streets (Cuba Libre, Six Lounge, Foundation, Gruv, Glass, Prague, Speakeasy, Red Fez, Lucky Lounge)
-Union Park and Belmont (bars on 6th Street but in a different area than the others…these bars are nicer like 4th and 5th Streets)
-Copa (salsa dancing)
-Swim at spring fed Hamilton Pool (summer)
-Sing along with the Spazmatics at Cedar St. (Wednesday night)
-Midnight Mag Mud at Magnolias after the bar
-Get ice cream at Amy’s

Feel free to contribute any other suggestions!

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2 responses to “Things to do in Austin, Texas:

  1. Mag mud from Magnolias? ALl you can eat bbq at the salt lick?

  2. I am honored that you consider watching a game at Pluckers as something great to do in Austin. Join our myspace page if you get a chance. We’d love to have you.

    Thanks,

    Dave Paul
    Founder
    Pluckers

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