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Urbanspace Favs | Top 5 Ways To Help You Keep New Year’s Resolutions

Top 5 Ways To Help You Keep New Year’s Resolutions

 

Happy 2022!

January means the start of a New Year which also means New Year’s Resolutions. It can be hard to stay on top of new goals and ambitions in the New Year, so we have gathered a list of our top 5 ways to help you keep your 2022 New Year’s Resolutions. Below you can find the best gyms, outdoor trails, free fitness classes, healthy restaurants, and cooking classes. We hope everyone achieves their resolutions and has a great year ahead! 

 

Outdoor Trails: Austin is a great city for you to be active outdoors and has plenty of trails to help you get moving. Whether you are looking to run, bike, hike, or just be in nature there are lots of outdoor trails over Austin. A few of our favorites include Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail, Barton Creek Greenbelt, Blunn Creek Preserve, McKinney Falls State Park, River Place Nature Trail, Southern Walnut Creek Trail, and Turkey Creek Trail

 

Free Fitness Classes: Sticking to a New Year’s exercise goal can be hard when you don’t know what type of workouts are best for you. Luckily, there are a handful of different free fitness classes happening in Austin during the month of January. Ballet Austin is having a free day of fitness and pilates on January 9th. Mayweather Boxing and Fitness is hosting a free boxing class on January 8th. There is also a free Latin cardio dance class on January 5th. On January 3rd there is a Dad Bod to “Rad” Bod free workout class. Fleet Feet is also hosting an Austin Marathon Pacers Long Run on January 30th.

 

Healthy Restaurants: In today’s fast-paced world it is hard to follow a New Year’s Resolution of eating healthy when you are eating out / grabbing food quickly. Luckily, Austin has lots of healthy restaurant options, even for when you are in a hurry. To name a few include Baby Greens, Cava, Flower Child, Honest Mary’s, Juiceland, Mad Greens, Picnik, Snap Kitchen, Sweetgreen, and True Food Kitchen.

 

Gyms: While there are plenty of gyms / workout studios in Austin to help you achieve your fitness goals, we have narrowed down 10 of our favorites. These include Black Swan Yoga, Castle Hill Fitness, CorePower, Equinox, F45, Hyde Park Gym, OrangeTheory, solidcore, SoulCycle, and TruFusion.

 

Cooking Classes: Depending on what your New Year’s Resolution’s might be, learning how to cook could potentially help you stay on track of achieving your goals. A few cooking classes that Austin has to offer include Cook Love Heal, Cozymeal Cooking Classes, Central Market Cooking School, and Let’s Eat Austin.

Urbanspace Favs | Top 5 ATX Holiday Events

Top 5 ATX Holiday Events 2021

Photo Credit: Joseph Haubert

 

Your Ultimate Austin Winter Bucket List is here. There is plenty to do in Austin during the wintertime, see the fun-filled activities below! 

 

Austin Trail of Lights: The 57th Annual Trail of Lights will take place this year from November 27th-December 31st as a drive-thru event. The Trail of Lights is the longest running holiday tradition of its kind in Austin and welcomes hundreds of thousands of guests from Central Texas each year. The trail features more than two million lights, 90 lighted holiday trees, and 70 other holiday displays and lighted tunnels. Purchase tickets here. (Zilker Park)

 

Peppermint Parkway: Taking place November 26-December 26 is the Circuit of The America’s Peppermint Parkway. The holiday spectacular will be transformed into a mile of holiday displays, millions of lights, live dancing elves, and a walking plaza full of food and activities. Purchase tickets here. (Circuit of The America’s)

 

Mozart’s Light Show: Mozart’s Coffee Roasters light show runs nightly from November through January. The annual Christmas Light Show will require reserved seating tickets in advance, along with general admission standing-room only tickets. Enjoy a cup of coffee or hot chocolate while watching the lights choreographed to music. You can reserve tickets here. (Mozart’s Coffee Roasters)

 

Ballet Austin’s “Nutcracker”: Ballet Austin’s 59th annual production of The Nutcracker will return from December 4-23. Hundreds of dancers perform Stephen Mills’ enchanting choreography to Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s magical score with live accompaniment from Austin Symphony Orchestra. The show is two 50-minute acts with a 20-minute intermission. You can purchase tickets here. (Austin Symphony Orchestra)

 

Christmas Bar’s: Get in the holiday spirit by attending a Christmas-themed pop-up cocktail bar. Miracle on 5th Street, located at the Eleanor, will run from November 19-December 28. Sippin’ Santa will also return to Nickel City for a tiki version of Miracle on 5th St. Enjoy holiday cocktails in a festive setting, surrounded by Christmas decor. (Multiple Locations) 

 

Urbanspace Favs | Top 5 ATX November Events

Top 5 ATX November Events 2021

 

Photo by: @sh._.y (Instagram)

 

November is here which means Thanksgiving and cooler weather is right around the corner! There are several events in Austin that you won’t want to miss out on. Check out below our Top 5 Austin events happening in November!

 

Austin Food + Wine Festival: Celebrate Austin Food + Wine Festival’s 10th anniversary November 5-7, 2021. The festival is a three-day event with top chef talent and winemakers from across the nation. Enjoy signature bites from top-rated restaurants along with sampling wine, beer, and spirits exhibitors. Sip, savor, mix and mingle all weekend long with live musical performances. You can purchase tickets here. (Auditorium Shores and Republic Square Park)

 

ThunderCloud Subs Turkey Trot: Join one of Austin’s most beloved Thanksgiving traditions, the 31st annual ThunderCloud Subs Turkey Trot on November 25, 2021. It is the largest 5 mile run in Texas and is a great way to kick off Thanksgiving day. If you aren’t into running, you can also do a one mile walk/jog. The event also donates 100% of the proceeds to Caritas of Austin, a non-profit that works to prevent and end homelessness in Austin. Purchase tickets here. (The Long Center for the Performing Arts & Virtual)

 

Wurstfest: This year’s Wurstfest will take place from November 5-14, 2021. Enjoy good food, music, dancing, carnival rides, games, German/Texas/Domestic beer, special events, and Bavarian Style Entertainment. The annual event is a unique celebration rich in German culture and full of Texas fun! Buy tickets here. (120 Landa Street, New Braunfels, TX 78130)

 

A Christmas Affair: This year’s Christmas Affair will be held from November 17-21, 2021. A Christmas Affair is a five-day holiday market benefiting the Junior League of Austin. The annual event hosts 200+ retail merchants from across the country. Purchase tickets here. (Palmer Event Center)

 

The Rolling Stones Concert : The Rolling Stone’s will perform at the Circuit of The Americas Super Stage on November 20, 2021. The newly scheduled date in Austin will mark the last tour date of the NO FILTER tour and the rock ‘n’ roll legends’ first time reuniting following last year’s postponement. You can purchase tickets here. (Circuit of the Americas)

 

Urbanspace Favs | Top 5 ATX October Events

Top 5 ATX October Events 2021

 

Photo By: Charles Reagan Hackleman

 

The month of October is packed full of fun, once-a-year, events in Austin, Texas. Be sure to check out our Top 5 ATX October events below.

 

Austin City Limits Music Festival:  After a year of no ACL we are so excited that the Austin City Limits music festival is back. The 2021 ACL Music Festival takes place October 1-3 & 8-10, 2021 at Zilker Park, in the heart of Austin, Texas. If you are looking for a place to grab a drink and relax before or after the festival, be sure to check out Codependent, which was featured in Thrilliest’s Ultimate 2021 Austin City Limits Dining Guide. (Zilker Park)

 

Formula 1 Race: The Formula 1 Aramco United States Grand Prix will be held in Austin, TX at the Circuit of the Americas from October 22-24, 2021. There will be performances from Twenty One Pilots on Friday night and Billy Joel on Saturday night. The United States Grand Prix is traditionally placed towards the end of the season on the calendar and has previously been pivotal in deciding the hotly-contested drivers’ championship. Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of history! (9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd, Austin, TX 78617)

 

TX/OU Football Game: The greatest interstate rivalry in college football is returning to Dallas on October 9th, when the Texas Longhorns square off against the Oklahoma Sooners at the Cotton Bowl Stadium. Even though the game won’t be held in Austin there are still plenty of great places to watch the game, a few places include, Little Woodrow’s (west 6th), Bufords, Bouldin Acres, The Tavern, Parlor and Yard, Haymaker, or even from ACL under the beer tent. (Multiple Venues)

 

Halloween: It’s finally October which means Halloween! Below are a few festive activities for a range of different ages. The House of Torment is a much-loved spot that’s been in business for over 12 years. The haunted house runs from September 11 – November 13. Book your tickets to the House of Torment here. The Flower Studio is hosting a Monster Mayhem Pumpkin Painting Class on Saturday October 23rd from 10:30am – 3:30pm. This is the perfect laid back event for little ones to create some fun Halloween decorations. Costumes are encouraged! Make your reservation here. For those who are 21+ the W Austin Hotel is having a Haunted Halloween and Costume Party on October 30th at 9:00pm. Dress up in your favorite costumes for a night of cocktails, dancing, and spooky times! You can purchase tickets here. (Multiple Venues).

 

Party for the Parks: Join Austin Parks Foundation at Party for the Parks to help raise critical funds for the city of Austin parks. The party will be held on October 6, 2021 at Zilker Park under the stars at ACL Music Festival. There will be amazing live music along with local food and drinks to raise funds to improve these important spaces, all while exclusively having the festival grounds to celebrate Austin’s parks, trails, and green spaces. You can purchase tickets here. (Zilker Park)

Urbanspace Favs | Top 5 ATX Labor Day Events 2021

Top 5 ATX Labor Day Events 2021

 

 

Looking to mix up your Labor Day plans? Check out these weekend plans you won’t want to miss.

 

Free Yoga at Waterloo Greenway: Castle Hill Fitness is hosting free yoga classes in the park at Waterloo Greenway on Monday September 6, 2021. The classes are open to members and non-members but you must bring your own mat and water bottle. Located at Moody Amphitheater the classes are 9:00am-10:00am, 10:00am-10:30am, and 6:30pm-7:30pm CDT. Registration is required for capacity purposes. You can sign up here. (1401 Trinity St, Austin, TX 78701)

 

Austin Live Music Revival: Austin Live Music Revival is a multi-genre event featuring 50+ performances across five venues and three days! The event is taking place on Labor day Weekend starting on Friday September 3rd at 3:00 pm through Sunday September 5th at 11:00 pm CDT. A few of the venues include Antone’s, Swan Dive, Barbarella, Cedar Street Courtyard, and more. Check out the lineup and more information on the event here. (Multiple Venues)

 

Bob Schneider’s Labor of Love Fest: Bob Schneider is a family friendly event open to all ages. There will be a full bar and food available at the venue. The Labor of Love Fest will be on September 4, 2021 at 6:00pm at Nutty Brown Amphitheater. No outside chairs, food, drinks, containers, or blankets allowed. All minors will be charged an additional $5 at the door. (12225 Hwy 290 W, Austin, TX 78738)

 

Drive Thru Labor Day Weekend Fish Fry: Hosted by Austin Central Labor Council is the Labor Day Fish Fry. This year’s fish fry has been moved to a drive-thru only event. The event is scheduled for Friday, September 3rd at the NALC Hall (601 Williams Street, Austin, TX 78752).

 

Rooftop Night Party Labor Day Weekend: Enjoy some good music by Jamie Dred at a Rooftop Party hosted by Encore. Located at Speakeasy, the event will be held from September 5, 2021 from 9:00pm – 2:00am. Tickets are $10 and you can purchase them here. (412 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701)

Urbanspace Favs | Easter Brunch 2021 ATX Dining Guide

Easter Brunch 2021: ATX Dining Guide

 

Photo from: Jeffreys of Austin

 

 

If you’re looking to celebrate Easter out of the house this year, Austin has a ton of great options to choose from. Check out these Urbanspace Favs for some delicious food and continue to support local this holiday weekend! 

 

Jeffrey’s: Treat yourself to a 4-course brunch on Easter Sunday. The special occasion menu highlights include foie gras, wood-fired lamb chops, spring pea and new potato salad and a dobos torte. Reservations available from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on April 4. (1204 west lynn st, 78703) 

 

Olive & June: Enjoy Easter brunch on the picturesque patio at Olive & June. Their special holiday menu features deviled eggs, a brioche cinnamon roll, eggs benedict, Tuscan home fries and a classic carrot cake. (3411 glenview ave, 78703)

 

South Congress Cafe: South Congress Cafe is serving up all of your brunch favorites this Easter Sunday! Enjoy tunes from an onsite DJ from 12-3 p.m. while sipping on your favorite cocktail or mimosa before ordering a delicious entree, like the shortrib hash or carrot cake French toast. (1600 south congress avenue, 78704)  

 

Fleming’s: Itching to go out? Dress in your Easter best end enjoy a decadent 3-course meal, featuring a hand-cut filet mignon paired with crab stuffed shrimp or lobster tail scampi. Open for brunch on Saturday and Sunday. (320 east 2nd st, 78701)

 

Juniper: Juniper will host brunch on Easter Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Arrive hungry to enjoy their prix-fixe menu that includes fresh pastries, some classic Juniper dishes and fun Italian brunch items, like breakfast lasagna. (2400 east cesar chavez, 78702

 

 

Urbanspace Favs | Top 5 Breweries in ATX

Urbanspace’s Top 5 Breweries in ATX

 

Photo From: Eater Austin

 

 

Austin is full of craft beer, and the city’s expansive brewery scene offers plenty of opportunity to get your drink on. With St. Patrick’s day coming up on Wednesday, March 17th, what better way to celebrate than with a beer in hand. Check out the list below for Urbanspace’s fav ATX breweries to hit up. 

 

Hi Sign Brewing: Hi Sign Brewing is just a stone’s throw from the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. Their shaded outdoor space has picnic tables and hammocks that are made for watching the planes flying overhead. While this is one of Austin’s newer breweries, Hi Sign has grown their lineup of core beers into an expansive menu that continues to offer more unique variants on classic styles. (1201 bastrop hwy, 78742) 

 

Zilker Brewing Company and Taproom: This industrial taproom showcases every aspect of their brewing process. What makes Zilker Brewing different from breweries is that they have seltzer here, and Spicy Boys Chicken is parked out front with their Asian-inspired fried chicken wings. (1701 e. 6th st, 78702)

 

The ABGB: Austin Beer Garden and Brewery, just off South Lamar, has literally everything you could want in a brewpub. And that’s exactly why they continue to win awards that acknowledge them as one of the best brewpubs in the country. Here you’re treated to spectacular live music on a stage that beautifully shows off the brewing equipment. Order some of the delicious pizza and salad to pair with The ABGB’s numerous award-winning beers. (1305 w oltorf st, 78704)  

 

Austin Beerworks: The iconic can-only brewery hosts tasting hours, as well as pint nights, with the brewery’s Can-tina truck on site. The taproom serves from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday, 12 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, and 1 to 10 p.m. on Sunday. (3001 industrial terrace, 78758)

 

Lazarus Brewing Company: Lazarus Brewing Company is right in the middle of East Austin’s popular Sixth Street district, but you’ll be able to spot the brewery by its bright teal exterior. Lazarus Brewing is constantly experimenting and brewing the most-underrepresented styles of beer. You might hear that often, but really, this is a brewery that will make you excited about craft beer. Lazarus opens early every morning for coffee and breakfast tacos and stays open late for craft beer and more tacos. (1902 e 6th st, 78702

 

 

Urbanspace Favs | Valentine’s Day 2021 ATX Takeout Guide

Valentine’s Day 2021: ATX Takeout Guide

 

Photo from: Abarestaurants.com
Photo from: Abarestaurants.com

 

 

While Valentine’s Day has always been an excuse for a fancy dinner and night out on the town, this year in the midst of a pandemic people are encouraged to order in and stay home. Luckily, Austin’s list of restaurants offering takeout remains abundant allowing us all to enjoy the luxury of 5 star restaurant cuisine from our own homes. From American to Mediterranean, Urbanspace has got you covered on the top Valentine’s Day meals in Austin this year. 

 

34th Street Cafe: The American restaurant is offering two prix fixe menus that come with a bottle of rosé. The four-course meal with smoked beef tenderloin is $135 and the five-course one with hot smoked salmon is $120, both for two people. (1005 w 34th st, 78705) 

 

Aba: The Austin location of the Chicago restaurant is offering two-person to-go dinners. There are options to add on wine, cocktails, dishes for children, and even a plant from local shop Tropic of Capricorn. The price is $119.95 for two people. (1011 south congress avenue, 78704)

 

Dai Due: The butcher shop/restaurant is putting together four-course single-serving meals for Valentine’s Day. There’s a wild game package and a vegetarian-friendly one, plus options to add the cookie box and bottles of wine. The wild game package for one person is $82; vegetable package for one person is $72. (2406 manor road, 78722)  

 

The Carillon: The campus restaurant is offering a four-course meal, featuring breads (including a ciabatta or baguette from Easy Tiger), spreads, salads, entrees, and desserts. $140 for two people. (1900 university avenue, 78705)

 

Salt & Time: The butcher shop put together a bunch of meal kits (with two different two-person prix fixe meal with steaks) and raw meat specials. Steak prix meals are $200 or $225 for the dry-aged option; meats per pound and other goods range from $10 to $20. (1912 east seventh street, 78702

 

 

Urbanspace Favs | Top 5 ATX Happy Hours

Top 5 ATX Happy Hours

 

 

Austin’s best happy hours make it easy to unwind after work or enjoy a drink with friends before dinner. Check out the list below for Urbanspace’s favorite ATX happy hours to attend. 

 

Codependent Cocktails + Coffee: Seaholm District’s hottest new hangout spot and the Brain Child of our very own Kevin Burns and Merrill Alley, Codependent is a conceptual coffee and cocktail bar inspired by Italian luxury, aperitivo culture and the belief that beautiful design should be enjoyed by all. Enjoy a charcuterie board alongside a glass of wine or rotating cocktail on the patio Monday-Friday from 4-6PM. Happy hour includes $10 rotating cocktails, $5 off wine-by-the-glass, $5 off charcuterie boards, and 5 bites for $5. (301 west ave #110, 78701) 

 

Jeffrey’s: Want to try Jeffrey’s, but not up for dropping the serious serious bucks required? The happy hour menu features half-off appetizers and $2 off drinks at the bar. It runs all night on Monday, and then from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday. (1204 west lynn, 78703)

 

North Italia: The Italian restaurant chain’s happy hour includes half-off wine bottles and $10 pizzas from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday. (500 w 2nd st. #120, 78701)  

 

La Condesa: All cocktails are half-off during the Mexican restaurant’s happy hour, which runs from 5 to 7 p.m. on the weekdays. Plus there are marked-down snacks like quesadillas, nachos, and tacos al pastor. It’s available in the bar area of the downtown restaurant. (400a w 2nd st, 78701)

 

Better Half Coffee & Cocktails: The West 5th Street cafe’s happy hour features excellent $5 cheeseburgers, $3 cans of beer, and $5 glasses of sangria from 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Then there’s a late night happy hour with $5 draft cocktails and $2 Pearl beers, from 9 p.m. until close Tuesday through Sunday too. (406 walsh st, 78703

 

 

Urbanspace Favs | Top 5 Holiday Events 2020

Top 5 Holiday Events

to Attend in Austin this December

 

The Trail of Lights in Zilker Park on Monday December 11, 2017. JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

 

From light shows to shopping pop-ups and the Nutcracker at home, we’ve got you covered for the top events in Austin to help you celebrate the holidays this December:

 

Austin Trail of Lights: The 55th Annual Trail of Lights is part of the essential Austin experience, lighting up the season with a celebration of community, memories and fun. This year, the spectacular trail will return as a drive-thru event in December. Arrive early with a Dash Pass, or cruise through the night with General Admission starting November 28th through January 3rd. (zilker park)

 

Peppermint Parkway: Peppermint Parkway is a magical drive-thru experience at Austin’s Circuit of The Americas. The holiday spectacular will be a one-mile driving attraction that will immerse visitors in millions of holiday lights synchronized to joyful holiday classics from November 27th through January 3rd. Tickets can be purchased online. (circuit of the americas)

 

Luminations: At the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, experience the calm of winter with the shimmer of thousands of luminarias lighting the way. This year, for the first time ever, stroll through the naturally beautiful Texas Arboretum among the illuminated oaks and the light-splashed forts of Fortlandia. Held from November 27-January 3, with limited capacity and plenty of space to explore. (lady bird johnson wildflower center)  

 

“The Nutcracker: Home for the Holidays”: Ballet Austin is bringing a favorite holiday tradition home for the holidays by transforming its 58th annual production into an interactive, multi-media experience available to dance lovers around the world. The immersive entertainment offering will be available to audience members in the comfort and safety of their homes. (virtual performance)

 

Downtown Holiday Stroll: Downtown Holiday Stroll is back for 2020! Instead of just one night, this year’s Stroll will be a month-long celebration with free, family-friendly activities taking place throughout downtown. Visit downtown Austin to celebrate the holiday season with safe and socially-distanced festivities like the holiday shopping passport, pop-ups, appearances by Mr. & Mrs. Claus, holiday window and light displays and the signature 45-foot downtown tree. (congress avenue, between 9th street & 11th street

 

 

Urbanspace Favs | Top 5 ATX Restaurants Thanksgiving 2020

Top 5 Austin Restaurants

to Order Thanksgiving Takeout From

 

Photo from: Fresa’s

 

For those who find themselves a bit overwhelmed with cooking a full Thanksgiving dinner, or want to switch up their normal routine and support local Austin restaurants, here’s a list of Urbanspace’s top 5 restaurants to order takeout from: 

 

Texas Honey Ham: An Austin and Office favorite, Texas Honey Ham has both Honey Glazed Hams and Freshly Roasted Turkey Breast available for purchase by the pound, and delicious side options that include Corn Bread Dressing, Mashed Potatoes, Turkey Gravy, Chipotle Cranberry Sauce, Baked Potato Casserole, Apple Slaw, Austin Baked Beans, Honey Mustard Potato Salad, and of course Shells and Cheese. (3736 bee cave rd, ste. 6, 78746)

 

Fresa’s Chicken al Carbon: Fresa’s entire Thanksgiving meal comes with a roasted turkey with gravy, chorizo stuffing, and a spicy citrus-serrano cranberry sauce. Or opt for the turkey breast meal if you don’t feel like dealing with bones. Diners can also pick out three of the available sides for any of the two meals, which include roasted Brussels sprouts, poblano spinach gratin, and mac and cheese. Order a pozole kit for those turkey leftovers, and there are pies too. (1703 s. 1st st., 78704)

 

Micklethwait Craft Meats: For a smoked meats-filled Thanksgiving, the barbecue trailer is accepting preorders for the holiday. On deck are family-style meals with either whole turkeys or briskets, plus sides such as green bean casserole, lemon poppy slaw, jalapeno cheese grits, and more. Then there are standalone whole turkeys with gravy or pickles, onions, sauces, and bread, or whole brisket with the same pickle addition, plus a la carte green bean casseroles, stuffing, and pies. (1309 rosewood ave., 78702)  

 

Salt & Time: The butcher shop and restaurant has a variety of meats and sides for the holiday, including the enormous John Madden: a 22 to 24-pound turkey with extra drumsticks stuffed with sausage and cornbread dressing and wrapped in lace fat. Meats range from $7.50 to $52 per pound; the John Madden is $200; sides and condiments range from $8 to $16; party platters start at $50; pies are $24. (1912 E. 7th St., 78702)

 

Dai Due: The Cherrywood butcher shop carries a cornucopia of Thanksgiving offerings, including brined turkeys from Belle Vie Farm, smoked ham, turducken sausages, charcuterie, mincemeat, brined quails, sides, kolaches, pies, and pie dough. (2406 manor rd., 78722) 

 

 

Urbanspace Favs | Top 5 Longhorn Watch Venues

Top 5 Places to Watch a Longhorn Win 

 

Photo Credit: Texas Sports

 

While DKR may still be the best spot in the house to witness a Texas Longhorns Win, these local favorites aren’t too bad for a second option. Here’s a list of some of Urbanspace’s favorite restaurants and bars where you can go to catch the game. 

 

Abel’s On the Lake: Abel’s on the Lake is the prime spot to come enjoy a drink with your friends and watch the Texas Longhorns play. With spectacular views of Lake Austin, classic American food, mixed drinks and a selection of over sixty beers on tap, including seventeen local brews you’re sure to have a good day. (3825 lake austin blvd, 78703)

 

Star Bar: Established in 1995, Star Bar is the original west 6th street bar. With three great patios equipped with 14 flat screen TVs, 17 rotating taps dedicated to dispensing the best beer available in Texas, and a Via 313 food truck on site there’s no reason you won’t enjoy game day from here. (600 west 6th street, 78701)

 

Scholz Garten: Since 1866, Scholz Garten has been a favorite of the Austin community from hosting a celebration for the University of Texas football team’s first undefeated season in 1893 to being honored by the 1966 Texas legislature with House Resolution #68, which recognized Scholz Garten as “a gathering place for Texans of discernment, taste, culture, erudition, epitomizing the finest tradition of magnificent German heritage in our State. Whether you’re craving a cold bier, cocktail, or fresh German food, Scholz Garten is the perfect spot to watch the game. Reservations can be made online at [email protected] (1601 waterston, 78703) 

 

Buford’s: This popular West 6th bar is a great place to watch a Longhorns win and grab a craft beer or cocktail indoors or outdoors with several TV’s and an extensive patio area. (700 West 6th St, 78701)

 

Bouldin Acres: Located on a historic intersection of Bouldin Creek and South Lamar Blvd, Bouldin Acres resurrects approachable, quality eats & drinks in a fun indoor/outdoor environment that’s both family and pet friendly. Our style is open, relaxed, friendly and inclusive. With 2 acres sitting on Bouldin Creek, Bouldin Acres is a great venue to watch sports, play games, eat, drink, and hang out with friends. (2027 south lamar blvd, 78704) 

 

2020 Texas Football Schedule
Sept. 12—UTEP

Sept. 26—Texas Tech
Oct. 3—TCU
Oct. 10—vs Oklahoma (Cotton Bowl)
Oct. 24—BAYLOR
Oct. 31—Oklahoma State
Nov. 7—WEST VIRGINIA
Nov. 21- Kansas
Nov. 27—IOWA STATE
Dec. 5-Kansas State

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