What it’s like:Historic · Quiet · Bohemian
Known for:Parks · Art gallery
Tips from locals
Clarksville is one of the most popular areas in Austin because its close to everything (downtown, the Capital, Zilker park, University etc), has a cosy neighborhood vibe all while having a variety of quality and cool restaurants.
Get ready to say "cute" a billion times when you walk through our little neighborhood. Leash up your pup, pick up a coffee and take a long stroll through these quiet streets filled with gorgeous historic homes and huge oak trees.
Old neighborhood with cute houses and lots of trees. Walkable coffee shop - Caffee Medici or Swedishill Bakery - good pastries, bagels and breakfast items. Both 5 minute walks Also Better Half Coffee and Cocktails - 8 minutes walk. Less expensive dinner - Taco Flats or Bar Peached, Cippolina…
Established by freed slaves in the 1870s, Clarksville is a small historic district west of Downtown. The low-key, pedestrian-friendly neighborhood is known for its modest bungalows and long-standing cafes and shops. A vibrant graffiti park, the HOPE Outdoor Gallery, occupies a rambling hillside…
This neighborhood is just across from our neighborhood (Pemberton). It has many great restaurants which I have on my list. It's just fun to drive or walk around and see some of the cute but expensive, bungalows!