T O T A L L Y  A U S T I N

Leave your worries at the city limits, put on some casual clothes, and prepare yourself for experiences you will find only in Austin. A bit quirky, definitely high-tech, and far from anything ordinary, Austin has a heart and soul worth experiencing. Some of the favorite local sites. . . .

  

  • Enjoy Lake Travis without getting wet at The Oasis. Food, music, drinks, and a fabulous view from many of the open air decks! Located at 6550 Comanche Trail, it offers a vantage point of 450 feet above Lake Travis. (512) 266-2442
  • Chuy's, at 1728 Barton Springs, is a fun Mexican food place decorated with Elvis, paper mache, and hubcaps.
  • Enjoy some Austin Tex Mex in casual atmospheres of Guero's, at 1412 South Congress, or Taco Xpress at 2529 S Lamar.
  • Enjoy homemade and healthy food at the original Kerbey Lane Cafe, South Lamar, a great place for breakfast.

  • Listen to music at the delightful open-air venue at The Backyard, 13101 West U.S. 71.

  • Splash Party Movie Nights are a great way to spend a summer evening at the Deep Eddy Pool. Swim in the pool, then sit on a blanket and see a movie.
  • Sit out on the deck, listen to the jukebox, have a beer and mind your own business at Dry Creek Saloon on Mount Bonnell Road.
  • See a play at the old timey Paramount Theater at 713 Congress Avenue. In the summer, they show classic movies.
  • Spend the evening on Sixth Street in New Orleans style where the street is blocked off and becomes a glittering strip of bars and live music clubs. Austin's E. 6th Street Map.
  • Bats, Bats, and More Bats!  From mid-March through mid-October see the dramatic night flight of the bats from the Congress Avenue Bridge.

 

  • Come to Central Market, 4001 North Lamar Boulevard, a showcase grocery store and tourist spot, to buy groceries, have a great meal, or people watch.


    • Climb the 99 steps to Mt. Bonnell at 3800 Mt. Bonnell Road to see Austin from one of the highest vantage points. It is known as a popular spot for young couples who want to watch the stars come out at night. Be careful who you climb the stairs with--you might fall in love according to the local legend.
    • Join Willie Nelson in claiming the Broken Spoke, 3201 South Lamar Boulevard, as your favorite watering hole and dance hall.
    • The BookPeople, 603 North Lamar, is one of the city’s major literary resources, locally owned and operated. It has a huge selection of books in all genres.
    • Take a dip in the Barton Springs Pool, 2201 Barton Springs Road, often considered the soul of Austin. It is a treasured, spring-fed pool that stands as a commitment to the environment and a place of psychological and spiritual renewal.




    Austin (AFM), Republic Square Park (4th & Guadalupe)
    236.0074

    Austin Downtown, Triangle Park on 46th between Lamar and Guadalupe

    Travis County, 6701 Burnet Rd.
    454.1002

    Bee Cave Farmer's Market, 13908 Ste. D., Hwy 71 West
    750-9152

    South Austin, 2910 S. Congress
    281.4712

    405 W. Stassney (WIC Clinic)
    391.8200

    Sunset Valley - Tony Burger Activity Center, 3200 Jones Rd.
    280.1976

    San Marcos - 204 South Edward Gary.

    Buda - 100 South Houston. 830.935.3159

    Bastrop - 1308 Chestnut Street

    Elgin - 410 North Main.

    Jonestown - 18649 1431 at the Plaza Shopping Center 512.236.0074

    Georgetown - 400 Block of S. Austin Avenue

    Round Rock - 200 Bagdad Ave, City Hall Parking Garage.


    Boggy Creek - 2 1/2 miles east of downtown Austin 3414 Lyons Road. Certified organic market farm featuring organic produce, cheeses, eggs, jams and sauces.

    Pure Luck Texas - 101 Twin Oaks Trail, Dripping Springs. Nationally recognized farm famous for its delicious goat cheese and vegetables, herbs, and more.

    Sweetberry Farms - 1.2 miles north of Hwy 1431 on FM 1980. Fresh fruits!




    And, where did the slogan "Keep Austin Weird"  originate? Here are some things that help enforce it.
     


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    5611 Hwy 290 West
    Austin, TX 78735                                        
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    Jacqueline Wittmuss, Broker
    JW Properties
    Jacqueline Wittmuss, Broker
    JW Properties
    Ph: 512.892.4663Fax:512.892.4680
    5611 Hwy 290 West
    Austin, TX 78735 US
    5611 Hwy 290 West, Austin, TX78735
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