Cosas que hacer en Austin
Ante ti se encuentra la llave que te abrirá las puertas a la ciudad: una guía con los mejores lugares de la zona, creada por anfitriones locales de Airbnb
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Within Zilker Park's 358 acres lies one of the crown jewels of Austin - Barton Springs Pool. The pool itself measures three acres in size, and is fed from underground springs with an average temper... más información
You. Must. Go. You can bike to the spring from the paths, have a day swimming and then head back on the other side of the Lady Bird Lake, perhaps heading up South Congress for shopping or food. Mor... más información
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Seriously, it's the best. Anthony Bourdain says so. President Obama says so. Texas Monthly says so. And I say so. Is it worth the wait? Only if you love BBQ and recognize love requires sacrif... más información
Best barbecue in Texas. Expect very long lines - usually you need to show up around 7 AM or so and will eat around 12 or 1 PM, so make a fun day out of it - we usually bring a table, chairs, board ... más información
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The granddaddy of all local music venues, the Continental Club has enjoyed a reputation as the premier club for live music since 1957. The best of the Austin live music scene can be found any night.
You really need to catch a show at The Continental Club. The granddaddy of all local music venues, Rockin South Austin Since 1955, the legendary Continental Club celebrates over 60 years as one th... más información
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Home Slice Pizza is an independent neighborhood pizza joint serving authentic NY-style pizza,by the pie or by the slice. Offering homemade, hand tossed, bona fide pies for either dine in or carry out.
I've lived in NY and this is seriously NY style pizza. Another Austin staple with ping pong tables outside in the back. They have 2 locations right next door to each other so you can eat in or go... más información
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Zilker Park is known as the crown jewel of the Austin parks system. It is named for Andrew Jackson Zilker. Mr. Zilker came to Austin in 1876 to become a business man and a banker. He operated o... más información
Zilker is the *it* park in Austin. It's big. It's full of cute lil dogs. And, more often than not, it seems there's some big festival of sorts going on out there. Whether it's the Kite Festival, A... más información
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Cold beer, hot movies, and delicious snacks and meals; The Alamo Drafthouse is dinner, drinks, movies and events, all under one roof. Our attention to detail in film presentation and programming ha... más información
Eat, Drink and Watch a Movie. If you’ve lived in Austin for more than five minutes, odds are you’re aware of Alamo Drafthouse. With quote-alongs, sing-alongs, food-and-movie pairings (or just plai... más información
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This wonderful, vegetarian cafe has "Austin" written all over it. Very artsy, relaxed and yummy food. Great beer selection. Very popular for weekend breakfast, so expect a wait then. Great coff... más información
Cute little spot with decent vegetarian/vegan food. I recommend the veggie royale, the vegan BLT, or the potato leek omelette. Cheap mimosas, good coffee, very 'austin' vibes. Elijah Wood lives in ... más información
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Best "upscale" burgers in town. Texas company, focusing on locally sourced ingredients. They have chicken, turkey, tuna and veggie options for those not seeking red meat. Fantastic burgers, a to... más información
Awesome Burger spot. They bake their own buns in house and have really fantastic quality. Amazing truffle fries and interesting burgers like the Ahi Tuna burger. So good! But make sure to get there... más información
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Sushi. The country knows James Beard award–winning chef Tyson Cole as the indomitable force behind Asian fusion restaurants Uchi. Bring your wallet! Reservations recommended. 801 S. Lamar
#1 Sushi restaurant in America in 2015, Time Out Magazine. "10 Best Foodie Spots in Austin" -USA Toda. Uchi named one of the "25 Best Restaurants in America" -Business Insider. Sushi in Texas?!?!? ... más información
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There are two locations on South 1st. One is a brick and mortar, the other is a food truck. An Austin original that will satisfy your taco needs. Mr. Pink and Mr. Orange are outstanding. President ... más información
TORCHYS. This place has gone to the moon and back with some off-the-grid taco combinations. The Brushfire is jerk chicken, mangoes, jalapenos, sour cream and cilantro. The Independent is deep-fried... más información
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Super fun bar and venue to catch local country bands. Great for two-stepping. Everybody welcome- it's a good mix of young folks, some older folks, straight, gay, whatever. Nobody's gonna give yo... más información
If I had to describe the White Horse I would call it a hipster honky tonk. There's live music every night of the week and you'll usually find people two-stepping and waltzing to country music on an... más información
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Delicious, innovative Vietnamese dishes, Great pastries and ambience. Bunch get the omelette, sticky rice, or breakfast banh mi. Lunch/dinner: banh cuon, banh xeo. Must get the macarons!
French/Vietnamese. Tasty and fun. Vegetarian and gluten-free options. Good croissants and other pastries. To be honest, their pho and bun are a bit boring, so go for the bahn mi and their crepe and... más información
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This is a bit of a hike from my place but worth the drive for some fabulous French cuisine. It's in an old house and the ambiance is shabby chic. You'll wait for a table but worth it for the escargot!
Justine's Brasserie serves up some of the best food in Austin. Specializing the French cuisine, Justine's is located in a very stylish small house in East Austin. No reservations are accepted, so b... más información
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Organic, locally sourced, fresh food. The tartines (French style open faced sandwiches) are yum! Olive oil & balsamic vinegar on every table complete the European flavor of this lovely little bistro.
Super cute brunch spot, great ambience, artful presentation, creative flavor and impeccable service! Enjoy European inspired light bites, tartines, and salads made with local and organic ingredients.
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It's spelled this way as an indicator to their dedication to local farms. Happy hour offers discounted small plates, including cheese, salami, and oysters, paired with a bowl of their house punch.
Antique-chic eatery in a historic building with thoughtfully sourced eclectic fare, nice breakfast and brunch. (15 minute drive)
A former pharmacy transformed in a restaurant by Mickie Spencer & Sonya Coté that serves sharable plate. Check out the old-timey soda counter and enjoy an alcohol- and ice cream-optional elixirs.
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Casa Willow is conveniently close to the Austin Convention Center East off IH-35 on Cesar Chavez St., and if you need to head to the airport, Cesar Chavez East will get you to the Austin Airport.
The facility’s expansion has allowed events to expand their conventions, trade shows and expos. It has also brought new conventions and visitors to Austin and its convention center.
The Neal Kocurek Memorial Austin Convention Center is a multi-purpose convention center located in Austin, Texas.
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Real Deal Older than dirt honky tonk. Come eat a great Chicken Fried Steak or some BBQ and enjoy a free show every night Tues-Sat 6-8pm! Don't forget to tip the band. Two step dance lessons. Fre... más información
The Spoke has been in Austin for many years and is still holding out amidst the insane development all around it. It is a country-western dance hall with a lot of history and charm. There are dan... más información
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James Beard awarded chef just opened this new hot shop, Thai, Asian Fusion... crispy lotus root, snow peas, banana blossom, coconut-chili dressing
$$$ Modern Thai - make sure to try the Son in Law - crispy farm egg, braised pork shoulder, thick soy, nahm prik pla
Curries, seafood & creative desserts draw fans to this hip Thai eatery with an open kitchen.
Recomendado por 182 anfitriones de la zona
Fantastic coffee, lots of great dogs, yummy treats, wi-fi. Some of the best people watching on South Congress. And take your picture in front of the I Love You So Much mural.
Need a smashing cup of coffee? There is sometimes a line but it is always worth it for the coffee (and breakfast tacos if you're there early enough). Take advantage of the SoCo seating to people watch
Recomendado por 168 anfitriones de la zona
Fantastic appetizers, food and drink menu. Fire pits in winter, shade in summer. Constantly receiving glowing write ups in food and drink blogs and great atmosphere.
Unique, reasonably priced drinks (less than $10); consistently delicious food that transcends typical bar fare (charcuterie plate, anyone?); a welcoming, open-air space that always feels like a party.
Great hangout spot, for drinks or dinner. Farm-fresh Texas fare meets seasonal cocktails and beer, with a fantastic outdoor patio space.
Recomendado por 167 anfitriones de la zona
Perla's has Austin’s prettiest oak-shaded patio! Fresh fish and oysters flown in daily from both coasts (emphasis on sourcing from the Gulf of Mexico). Bar makes delicious coastal cocktails.
Perla’s was founded in the Spring of 2009 by chefs Larry McGuire and Tom Moorman Jr. with the goal of establishing a great oyster bar & seafood joint on beloved South Congress Avenue. Perla’s offer... más información
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Technically, it's a restaurant. But it has a fantastic speak-easy vibe going and some of the best cocktails in town. Open the door, brush the heavy velvet curtain aside and behold the amazing pro... más información
Locally sourced eats & cocktails in an art-filled space that also hosts live music. The East Side Show Room is a mother and daughter owned Bar and Restaurant inspired by the Cafes and Delicatessens... más información
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A great spot in an old house right on Cesar Chavez, this cozy neighborhood coffee shop serves bagels, sandwiches, coffee, and beer and wine. Picnic tables with umbrellas on the front lawn.
Trendy spot in circa-1887 house for French pressed coffee, farm-fresh eats & local Rockstar Bagels
Recomendado por 165 anfitriones de la zona
Yummy, yum, yum! The pastrami salmon and brussel sprouts are ridiculous as is everything else on the menu. Fun and tasty cocktails make this eastside dining spot a MUST GO! Make a reservation.
Homey ambiance with modern farmhouse cooking with a heavy emphasis on pork. Known for candied pork belly, duck-fat frites and crispy Brussels sprouts.
Excellent happy hour as well as a full dinner menu of braised, poached & stewed dishes, plus cocktails & craft brews.
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Incredible tacos and outstanding hand-shaken margaritas in a funky former seed store. Live music under the giant Live Oaks where on Wednesday evenings KDRP Radio broadcasts live.
Live Music at Güero's! Great Music, Great Times! Their live music on their outside Garden stage is always free, free! A great place to stop and rest a bit! Güero's is Great!
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Our philosophy: Beer Makes It Better. We believe our beer has the power to make everything better. A fresh, hot pizza. A nice big Muffaletta sandwich. A great band on Saturday night. And hanging ou... más información
This isn't just a brewery. Again, so many places in Austin just don't fit an Airbnb category. This place makes awesome beer and amazing food. Great music. It gets super busy on the weekends. I grew... más información
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"10 miles of trails border Lady Bird Lake in downtown Austin and serve as a social hub for runners, walkers and cyclists. A Memorial at Auditorium Shores honors the late bluesman Stevie Ray Vaughan... más información
There are many ways to enter Town Lake and just as many activities. You can lay in the park and take a nap or jog 5 miles around the lake trails. Dont' feel like running or walking, You can even bi... más información
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No matter the hour, Magnolia Cafe has a crowd. Twenty-four hours a day, they serve sandwiches, great tacos, French toast, and omelets along with fresh-squeezed orange juice, and strong joe.
Sorry, they're open: 24/7. Scrumptious breakfasts served all day with huge omelets, pancakes as big as your face (try the gingerbread) and a variety of fresh food in a friendly, Austin setting.
Magnolia's motto: "We're sorry, we're open." This place is legendary, open 24/7/365, and one of our favorites. No place like it for real, Austin-style food. Watch out for the Sunday morning lineups.
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Incredible cocktails, a fun mezcal bar hidden upstairs, and home to East Side King Thai Kun food truck! (Amazing spicy thai food!)
If you've ever been to the alamo and wished you could take a piece of it with you to make into your own personal bar, then you are in luck because Whislers captures the feel of being in an ancient ... más información
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Laid back bar with tasty bar food (burgers, wings, etc). Great beer selection, darts and several TVs for the sports lovers out there. Walk from my place.
Laid back bar with tasty bar food (burgers, wings, etc). Great sweet potato fries & beer selection, darts and several TVs for the sports lovers out there. Pool tables too. Walk from my place.
This sports bar, known for its burgers, offers daily drink specials & bar games. Good place to go watch a sports game, grab a beer and bite.