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Diverse, walkable, and right in the center of it all, Downtown offers a mix of everything that keeps Austin kickin'. Time to find your new favorite spot.
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Lady Bird Lake / Ann & Roy Butler Hike & Bike Trail ACL Live Blanton Museum of Art Zilker Park South Congress Ave Barton Springs Sixth Street Rainey Street University of Texas

Lady Bird Lake / Ann & Roy Butler Hike & Bike Trail

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Lady Bird Lake / Ann & Roy Butler Hike & Bike Trail

ACL Live

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ACL Live

Blanton Museum of Art

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Blanton Museum of Art

Zilker Park

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Zilker Park

South Congress Ave

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South Congress Ave

Barton Springs

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Barton Springs

Sixth Street

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Sixth Street

Rainey Street

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Rainey Street

University of Texas

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University of Texas
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Lady Bird Lake / Ann & Roy Butler Hike & Bike Trail ACL Live Blanton Museum of Art Zilker Park South Congress Ave Barton Springs Sixth Street Rainey Street University of Texas

Lady Bird Lake / Ann & Roy Butler Hike & Bike Trail

Woman walking in the jungle with lake

Lady Bird Lake / Ann & Roy Butler Hike & Bike Trail

ACL Live

Picture of a black building with stairs in front

ACL Live

Blanton Museum of Art

Painting of Ellsworth kelly

Blanton Museum of Art

Zilker Park

Picture of a public park with the city view and a lot of people

Zilker Park

South Congress Ave

Picture of the Busy road with city view

South Congress Ave

Barton Springs

A lot of people playing in the water with

Barton Springs

Sixth Street

City View from the road

Sixth Street

Rainey Street

House with decorative lights having lot of people

Rainey Street 

University of Texas

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University of Texas

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Ann & Roy Butler Hike & Bike Trail

1820 S. Lakeshore Blvd
what it is

Austin’s favorite lakeside stroll.

why we love it

Chances are you’ve seen the Ann & Roy Butler Hike & Bike Trail even if you’ve never set foot in Austin—it’s where all those glorious lake photos of Downtown Austin are taken. This is Austin’s closest thing to Central Park. Locals go HERE to walk dogs, take a morning run, or get in a lunch break. When you’re at the LINE, it’s your backyard, so don’t miss a chance to take one of our free rental bikes for a spin down the trail.

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Waterloo Records

600 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 7870
what it is

An old-school record shop that will never go out of style.

why we love it

Waterloo has been an Austin must-stop for 40 years. It’s not just the in store performances, the crazy knowledgable staff, or the sheer variety of its selection that have kept it popular all these years—it also has a section dedicated to local artists that is unmatched.

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The Contemporary Austin

700 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701
what it is

Contemporary art, Texas-style.

why we love it

In a world where most museums feel stuffy, The Contemporary always feels extra-fresh. Maybe it’s because of their unique lineup of exhibitions, or maybe its just that they inherited their personality from Austin’s laid-back charm. Either way, taking a spin around the gallery always feels—somewhat surprisingly—both awe-inspiring and welcoming.

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Paperboy

1203 E 11th St, Austin, TX 78702
what it is

Brunch in style on the East Side.

why we love it

The famed breakfast food truck turned brick-and-mortar is the perfect place to start off a sunny morning in Austin. The expanded menu is the setting for plenty of local favorites; from migas tacos to Texas Hash to freshly made pastries and coffees situated in a relaxed terra cotta breeze block patio. Be sure to explore the surrounding local boutiques after a mimosa (or two).

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Parts & Labor

1704 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704
what it is

Local art and fare on the iconic South Congress strip.

why we love it

Among a variety of unique, locally owned shops on South Congress lies a boutique driven to showcase Austin’s vast community of makers. Browse creations made by over 1,000 Texan creatives from jewelry and apparel to home-goods and prints inspired by the Central Texas lifestyle.

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Mohawk

912 Red River St, Austin, TX 78701
what it is

A good introduction to the Live Music Capital of the world.

why we love it

The Red River District is where to go for live music in Austin, and Mohawk is our favorite Red River venue. Even with a constant stream of acts, and multiple levels (including a rooftop), it still manages to feel like the most intimate place to see a concert in town.

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Little Brother

89 Rainey St, Austin, TX 78701
what it is

Compact cocktail bar with a personality of its own.

why we love it

“Solid Bevs” is the mantra at this tiny garage-door patio bar on a rocking district serving up some of Austin’s most impressive frozen & original cocktails. This little gem hosts food pop-ups such as Bummer Burrito and the legendary Bad Larry Burger Club with local bands popping up on the sidewalk.

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Justine's Brasserie

4710 E 5th St, Austin, TX 78702
what it is

Bungalow and patio dining at its finest.

why we love it

The steak frites at Justine’s is famous, but it’s atmosphere makes it stand out in a state known for steak. If you’re looking for a light-strung patio dining experience, you’ll find it HERE executed to movie-like perfection.

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Peter Pan Mini Golf

1207 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704
what it is

A swingin’ time.

why we love it

It would be tough to estimate the number of first dates and family outings Peter Pan has hosted in it’s 60-year run in the city. One thing’s certain: this is old Austin at it’s best—come for a breeze, 18 holes of classic-but-never-boring mini golf, and a little slice of Austin history.

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Terry Black's Barbecue

1003 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704
what it is

Top 50 Texas BBQ in walking distance from the LINE.

why we love it

There’s a lot of options when it comes to BBQ in Austin—and it’s hard to go too wrong with any. But Terry Black’s has a leg up on some of the other high-caliber spots in town: you don’t have to wake up early to get in line for it, it’s open Mondays (a rarity among BBQ joints), and it has a spacious dining room with a vibe somewhere between a roadhouse and a country music hall that is as welcoming as the brisket is solid.

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Suerte

1800 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78702
what it is

Acclaimed Mexican restaurant where homemade masa reigns supreme.

why we love it

Suerte is home to some of the most exciting and dynamic menus in Austin —and for good reason: 2021’s Food & Wine Best New Chef Fermín Nuñez’s passion for the perfect tortilla highlights a journey through Mexican cuisine. Don’t miss the suadero, confit wagyu brisket tacos with their signature “black magic oil,” that makes every tastebud dance and pairs perfectly with their extensive selection of agave spirits.

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