Austin360 Amphitheater Austin360 Amphitheater is Austin’s new destination to see the brightest stars in a world-class, open-air amphitheater. The venue, which is situated within Circuit of The Americas’ 1,300-acre sports and entertainment complex, has room for up to 15,000 guests, offers reserved seating for 6,700, and features a spacious lawn perfect for enjoying unforgettable performances under the stars with family and friends. Austin, Texas, is revered by artists and their fans as the “Live Music Capital of the World,” and the Austin360 Amphitheater will help build on that fine tradition by bringing incredible entertainment events to the Central Texas region. In addition to intimate concerts, the amphitheater and the Grand Plaza grounds that surround it will host multi-day music festivals, comedians, speakers, private rentals, and sporting events.
In 1993, the Central Feed and Seed store closed their doors for good. Two years later Cathy and Rob Lippincott bought the building for the purpose of expanding the modest taqueria they had on East Oltorf to a larger location with the hopes of continuing the tradition of a meeting place for locals and newcomers alike. Güero’s Taco Bar is a vibrant part of South Austin, where the locals flock for hand-shaken margaritas made in the original way with fresh-squeezed lime juice. ¡Muy peligroso! Just about any Mexican beer you name can be served up icy cold. Our bar will remind you of the great old cantinas you have visited in Mexico.
Set in the historic Samuel F. Carter skyscraper, the JW Marriott Houston Downtown eloquently carries the rich legacy of the city forward, blending past and present in a dynamic fusion. Our luxury hotel showcases paintings and sculptures created by local artists for a dose of Southern hospitality. A Houston-themed restaurant, Main Kitchen, paired with our premier Spa by JW and 16,000 square feet of Houston event space make our accommodations ideal for business and leisure travelers alike. Convenient to the George R. Brown Convention Center, Minute Maid Park and the Texas Medical Center, the hotel is linked to the area’s popular attractions and dowtown areas via public transit. Technologically advanced guest rooms boast iPads to order room service or summon the valet, 55-inch flat-screen HDTVs with 120 channels and complimentary wireless Internet access. Professional staff members offer personalized service and in-depth local knowledge. The JW Marriott Houston Downtown takes luxury to a whole new level.
Taken from it’s successful concept on 6th street and replicated to the Rock Rose district in The Domain. This location features a larger footprint with space downstairs and upstairs that allows you to experience both the comfort of being outdoors on their patios, and the option to be comfortable in their a/c as well. There are several other unique features of The Dogwood that separate us from the average bar. We have a large rooftop bar that showcases the exciting new views of Rock Rose. Downstairs consists of an interior bar space and a patio bar space that are able to separated in to private spaces or opened up into one large gathering space. Our state of the art audio and visual equipment are pre-wired for any event. Our abundance of HD screens and our top notch sound system make The Dogwood a perfect place for game day as well as any and all sporting events.
Once a gas station is now a watering hole at the corner of Lamar and Barton Springs.
Located only a block from Zilker Park on famous Barton Springs Drive makes this is a great place to unwind anytime you have the chance. Nestled under the shade of the tall pecan grove, Shady Grove has been serving up Austin-inspired home-cooking, cocktails, sunshine and smiles since 1992. Click the menus below for a larger view: VR image of the amazing outdoor patio beneath the giant pecan tree. Perfect spot to relax with friends, family, heck even solo it’s still nice… I mean, look at it!
Combining craft beer and BBQ for Southern Hospitality on Barton Springs. Click for larger menu:
Chuy’s opened on April 16, 1982 in an old, abandoned Texas Barbeque joint on iconic Barton Springs Road in Austin, TX. There was seating for about sixty, a women’s restroom the size of a broom closet and a men’s restroom that was, well, outside. Founders Mike Young and John Zapp had a vision of a fun and funky Tex-Mex restaurant that served authentic and fresh food in an atmosphere that appealed to everyone. From these humble beginnings Chuy’s was born. Happy Hour: Mon – Fri 4pm to 7pm Fully-Loaded Nacho Car – FREE House Ritas – $4.75 Grande House Ritas – $7.50 House Texas Martinis – $8.50 Domestic Beers – $3.00 Daily Food Specials: Monday CHICKEN ENCHILADAS WITH GREEN CHILE AVOCADO SAUCE………… $10.69 Tuesday GREEN CHILE STREET TACOS …….. $9.99 Wednesday HATCH CHICKEN ENCHILADAS …… $9.69 Thursday CARNE GUISADA TACOS ……….. $8.79 Friday SPINACH CHICKEN ENCHILADAS …. $10.79 Saturday & Sunday MACHO BURRITO……………… $9.99 PORK TACOS ………………… $8.79
Treaty Oak Distilling is named for the majestic 500-year-old oak where Stephen F. Austin signed a border agreement in the 1830s, and it symbolizes the strength and longevity of our products.