Highland Lake Bar, part of ABIA, a bar close to the airport is a good place to drop by especially to kill time in case of flight is delayed or so. A little trendy looking bar where you'll see a lot of tourists talking different languages yet it's unity in diversity out here. The drinks are served at fairly reasonable prices while the music mainly played throughout the year here is live. Comfortable seatings, good enough to enjoy a drink or two.
Lefty's Bar & Grille may sound like a regular bar but it's not mainly because it's located at the airport. Secondly, the ambiance here is quite trendy while the staff is professional to the core. The drinks and the bar food are equally good, which are priced very reasonably. This is one of those bars where, one would find many tourists, many of 'em not speaking your language, which makes this bar all the more interesting. Not to mention the live music played here by talented local artists, almost throughout the year.
Bates Recital Hall known mainly as the 700 seat hall which hosts almost all types of symphony orchestra, solo performances, bands and so much more. It's one of the most spacious halls in Texas. The seating is very comfortable and sometimes it does gets a little chilly in here. Few of the past events here were the Holiday Organ Concert, Miro Quartet and Mark O' Connor. Students into orchestral type of music get quite a number of opportunities to practice and perform out here, while visiting musicians is a usual aspect of this hall. If ever get a chance to witness a concert at the Bates Recital Hall, please don't waste it. A great experience guaranteed.
Boomerz is one of the most casual nightclub and bar one could ever be at. The interiors of this fine establishment are quite welcoming. A place where you will encounter a mixed aged friendly crowd over 21 years of age of course, and the staff here too are bankable and attentive. The music here is quite electrifying while the lighting fixtures are smartly placed. The dance floor is fairly big. This slightly dim lit bar also has karaoke nights and live music. It's also a sports bar having around eight pool tables, televisions mainly displaying sports channels, arcade tables and so on. There's lots in store for you at this bar.
Canary Hut Pub is a smoke-free pub with a dimly lit ambiance. The atmosphere in here is pretty laid back and casual. Plenty of scoop chairs around the bar. The drinks are served here at reasonable prices. With frozen margaritas and pina coladas, this pub also has a huge beer selection. Now apart from the drinks, there are quite a few factors of entertainment starting from pool to karaoke nights. A jukebox too playing some heavy rock music. This one is fairly a sports bar, but a pub is just the right word for it.
119 Cheatham Street San Marcos, TX 78666 +1 512 353 3777
Cheatham Street Warehouse is not an unusual bar but still there's lot you can look forward to. A laid-back attitude is personified by the body-language of the people, but yet after a while it's a loud and a lively environment. The seating arrangements are mainly pointing towards the small stage, where many talented singers and musician from the local are do their bit live, entertaining the people and interacting with them as well. The drinks are available in plenty, not expensive at all, while the service here is fairly good. It's great place to have a drink or two.
360 Nueces Street Austin, TX 78701 +1 512 320 0297
Mulberry is mainly known for the amazing wine bar that they possess. The dimly lit bar pretty much sets a romantic atmosphere. The long stretched bar, where one could stand or sit next to has huge range of wines, not to mention the people-watching you can do across the bar. Needless to say that the bartenders are quite professional and attentive, and they will always recommend you the best of wines. The food served here is typically American. One should try the shrimp and Artichoke Crostini, very rich and delicious. To sum it up, this place is a must try, whether you're from Austin or not.
505 East 6th Street Austin, TX 78701 +1 512 236 9800
Dirty Dog Bar may obviously sound like an absurd place to go at. But what may take you by surprise is that it's a complete sports bar with live music. The ambiance spells out shades of jazzy lights quite apt for this fine establishment. The bar has a good range of alcohol to select from. Needless to say that the bartenders are genuinely friendly and attentive. It's a good thing that this bar is a big one, and why not? After all, it has three 8 foot screens and a number of televisions smartly placed all over the bar playing mainly extreme sports, football and UT games as well. Billiards, shuffleboard and air hockey to add to the fun. And for all XBOX maniacs, there's one with the most famous games. There's one special aspect of this bar-Dirty photo booth, where one can click pictures of their wildest poses or subtle ones. On weekends, parties are held which are nothing less than wild. This extreme sports themed bar will ensure that you have your share of fun.
2121 West Parmer Lane Suite 101 Austin, TX 78727 +1 512 339 4140
Parmer Lane Tavern is one awesome sports bar. The drinks are inexpensive, while the bartenders are good at their jobs. Apart from the usual features, this bar also has pool tables and shuffle-boards, not to mention the jukebox, which keeps the bar lively. The crowd is regular and friendly too. It's a great place to drop by after work or even if it's just to grab a couple of drinks.
Nomad Bar is quite an undertaking not too far from Downtown. This place has a trendy atmosphere buzzing around, while the people come here just to have a great time. Most come here after work, while for the rest, it's a regular fun outing. The chairs and tables are over-sized and comfy too. Not to mention the outdoor patio, where the weather feels just right. A potential romantic spot as well. But, this glistening bar is mainly better of for friend circles. It has a great range of premium drinks to select from, while the bartenders are professional thus bankable. The food served here is really delicious. One must try the hummus plate, which you may be surprised by its taste and texture. Occasional live music is just one the best aspects of this bar. A favorite spot for many. This place opens at 5pm.
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