Indulge in the famous El Rey chocolate cake for dessert. At Mobil Three-Star Jeffrey’s Restaurant and Bar (1204 West Lynn St), the restaurant is equally as well known as the favorite dining destination of President George W. Bush as it is for its Chocolate Intemperance dessert. Finish off the night at The Continental Club (1315 South Congress Ave) for some live music, or The Broken Spoke (3201 South Lamar), which is a “true Texas dance hall” and honky-tonk bar where Lone Star Beer or Shiner Bock (brewed in Shiner, Texas, 90 miles from Austin) are the preferred beverages. You’ve just read about the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of Austin. On the next page, read more about sightseeing in the park. Great Basin National Park offers visitors plenty of solitude, as well as sweeping views of the basin and range country that sit within and outside its boundaries. Sure, they’re grocery stores — but they’re much more than that with food demonstrations, plenty of samples, specialty foods sections, and cafes where you can enjoy a great meal and a glass of wine, and even live music. Head to CRU Wine Bar (238 West 2nd St) for a glass of vino, then stop for rustic Italian food at Taverna (258 West 2nd St), or gourmet Mexican food at Cantina Laredo (201 West 3rd St).
At the Mobil Three-Star Driskill Grill (604 Brazos St), where Chef David Bull was named one of the top new chefs by Food & Wine, try the Bandera Quail and the Texas Chop Salad; both are local favorites. Allows the top five players to enter their initials. Other top picks include the upscale Uchi sushi bar (801 South Lamar), where Coldplay star Chris Martin and wife Gwyneth Paltrow dined several times when the band was in town for the 2005 ACL Festival. Have lunch at the Gristmill River Restaurant & Bar (1287 Gruene Rd), located just behind Gruene Hall and known for its down-home fare with a Texas flavor. Wink (1014 North Lamar) has a seasonal menu that changes daily and a great intimate wine bar. Pick up lunch to go at the new downtown Whole Foods (601 North Lamar at 6th Street), where you’ll find a dizzying array of international buffet choices (the Indian food, especially the Green Pea Curry, is great) and many vegetarian options in the chef’s case, or enjoy it there with a glass of wine while listening to live music on the rooftop. Mobil Three-Star Fonda San Miguel (2330 West North Loop Blvd) has been known for more than 30 years for its fine Mexican food, immensely popular Sunday brunch, and fresh lime margaritas. This was creat ed by GSA Con tent G enerator Demover sion.
Best bets for barbeque include the Mobil One-Star County Line on the Hill (6500 W Bee Cave Rd, just past 360); Artz Rib House (2330 South Lamar); and Stubb’s Bar-B-Q (801 Red River). 3 days: Three days in Austin means that a trip to the Hill County is in order. Reservations are usually suggested and required, except for a few popular places that simply don’t take them, including upscale Italian hotspot Vespaio (1610 South Congress) and the romantic Castle Hill Cafe (1101 West 5th). At Vespaio, the homemade gnocchi are melt-in-your-mouth delicious; at Castle Hill, southwestern is the specialty — the fried goat cheese appetizer with an ancho chutney is a great example. We’ve put together some suggested itineraries that should help. Where Will You Put All the Hardware? How will you fit everything into your trip? There are so many things to do in Austin that you can’t fit them all into one trip. One of the main attractions for sightseers is the extensive labyrinth of underground tunnels and rooms that comprise Lehman Caves. Main trailheads are located under the Mopac Bridge off West Cesar Chavez (First Street) near Zilker Park and at First Street and Riverside Drive.
These are the awesome sights we can only capture with slow shutter speed (aka long exposure) photography. When playing “Need for Speed: Shift,” for example, the tablet can be turned like a steering wheel to control a car. For serious runners in need of a long run, the 10.1-mile loop is great, but it’s a good idea to run with a friend since part of the trail is in a more remote area of east Austin, taking you over Longhorn Dam and across Town Lake at several points. In larger mesh networks, like those for cities or large companies, certain nodes need to be dedicated as backhaul nodes. Stats like that implied race-winning potential, and Cadillac wanted the positive press that goes with winning races. Rimac began winning international engineering competitions in high school. Use these itineraries to get the most out of your trip to Austin, whether you’re interested in special events and attractions, arts and culture, architecture and landmarks, shopping, nightlife and entertainment, or relaxing and unwinding. On the way back to Austin, make a stop in nearby historic Gruene (pronounced “Green”), another German-influenced town that’s home to another famous live music venue: Gruene Hall (1281 Gruene Rd). This w as c reated with the help of GSA Content G en er ator Demover si on.