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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
BBQ Joint
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“Best in the country visited by the likes of Anthony Bourdain and President Obama”
  • 454 locals recommend
Dive Bar
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“4 miles. A great dive bar/ honkey tonk with live country music and a hip upbeat vibe.”
  • 334 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
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“Whislers is one of Austin's best craft cocktail bars! Also, a great starting spot to tour Austin's "eastside"”
  • 247 locals recommend
Café
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“A delightful, beautiful restaurant. Very European (in all the nest ays: small, dense seating, relaxed but bustling, simple). The food choices are elegant and reasonably priced. A great outdoor seating area. ”
  • 212 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Nice little cafe within walking distance. From espresso drinks to happy hour on the patio. GF bread.”
  • 204 locals recommend
Dive Bar
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“Hear me out: the Brussels sprouts and beet fries in the East Side King food truck out back make this divey beer garden hard to beat. ”
  • 164 locals recommend
Asian Restaurant
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“This place is named for a famous former London opium den that was visited by the likes of Aldous Huxley. Decor is on point (pseudo-East/Southeast Asian style, with peacocks, bold accents, jewel/gold colors, and lots of velvet). Pros: friendly bar staff, high quality cocktails, creative menu, lively crowd, best regular house music offering in the entire city every Thursday night -- called "Secret Garden" -- for real, if you like house music and you need something to do on Thursday night, check this out. Cons: expensive.”
  • 179 locals recommend
Bar
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“This is the area that people talk about when they mention "6th st". It has a lot of bars including shot bars, food trucks, a piano bar, pedi-cabs, and cheap drinks.”
  • 178 locals recommend
Bar
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“Saturday & Sunday. The shrimp & grits are my favorite! Grab a bucket of mimosas & chill on the tree-filled patio.”
  • 135 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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“4.5 miles. Gluten Free Options, Super Creative sauces. These Pies are worth it! ”
  • 138 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“Closest locally owned coffee shop. Good coffee but often can be too packed to sit and stay. ”
  • 108 locals recommend
Pub
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“I recommend “the last supper” and the broccoli beer cheese soup served in a sourdough bowl! You can play ping pong, or video games while you eat and drink. Great outdoor patio too.”
  • 142 locals recommend
Bar
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“Takoba unveiled its new bar, Barzón, just before South by Southwest. The space was renovated and there’s an updated menu with new dishes and drinks as well as old favorites, like pozole, queso, and those margaritas. The bar features mezcal, beer, cocktails, and the same food items at the restaurant like tacos, flautas, and chile rellenos.”
  • 129 locals recommend
Food Truck
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“Amazing beef ribs, homemade sausage, and great side dishes. And fresh pies!”
  • 111 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“Great place if you're looking for a quiet place to enjoy your coffee or just wanting to grab something tasty to-go. They serve pre-made breakfast tacos and pastries if you're looking to grab a bite too.”
  • 90 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“They've got coffee. They've got beer. Great little spot to chill out for a bit.”
  • 100 locals recommend

Top restaurants

BBQ Joint
“Best in the country visited by the likes of Anthony Bourdain and President Obama”
  • 454 locals recommend
Café
“A delightful, beautiful restaurant. Very European (in all the nest ays: small, dense seating, relaxed but bustling, simple). The food choices are elegant and reasonably priced. A great outdoor seating area. ”
  • 212 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Nice little cafe within walking distance. From espresso drinks to happy hour on the patio. GF bread.”
  • 204 locals recommend
Dive Bar
“Hear me out: the Brussels sprouts and beet fries in the East Side King food truck out back make this divey beer garden hard to beat. ”
  • 164 locals recommend
Asian Restaurant
“This place is named for a famous former London opium den that was visited by the likes of Aldous Huxley. Decor is on point (pseudo-East/Southeast Asian style, with peacocks, bold accents, jewel/gold colors, and lots of velvet). Pros: friendly bar staff, high quality cocktails, creative menu, lively crowd, best regular house music offering in the entire city every Thursday night -- called "Secret Garden" -- for real, if you like house music and you need something to do on Thursday night, check this out. Cons: expensive.”
  • 179 locals recommend
Bar
“Saturday & Sunday. The shrimp & grits are my favorite! Grab a bucket of mimosas & chill on the tree-filled patio.”
  • 135 locals recommend
Pizza Place
“4.5 miles. Gluten Free Options, Super Creative sauces. These Pies are worth it! ”
  • 138 locals recommend
Pub
“I recommend “the last supper” and the broccoli beer cheese soup served in a sourdough bowl! You can play ping pong, or video games while you eat and drink. Great outdoor patio too.”
  • 142 locals recommend

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