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Austin's longest running free concert series; 20 years of free, live music with the likes of Bob Schneider and Charlie Mars! Full review →
Families. Dates. Big, loud, obnoxious groups. All doing their Lone Star and green-chile cheeseburger thing while roots musicians serenade them.
If any one restaurant defines the laid-back, somewhat goofy Austin aesthetic, it's probably Shady Grove. Full review →
This ironic salute to Americana evokes David Lynch's vision of small town "Twin Peaks," including the corny touches. Full review →
Hefty, but healthy, is the hippie sandwich layered with sauteed eggplant and chicken breast smothered in melted cheese, then loaded with all the greens you could ask for. Full review →
'Do you want inside or out?' Really, what kind of question is that? We came for the shady patio, like everyone else. Full review →
Live music & comfort food. Mind the condo yuppies. Full review →
This is a place known for its ambiance, destined for day-drinking or evening-chilling glory while being surrounded by all that is good in the state of Texas. Full review →
Named for the expansive pecan trees lining this trendy section of Barton Springs Road, Shady Grove's patio area provides coverage from the hot Texas sun. Full review →
Take in some “authentic Austin” at this longtime Zilker American (think cheese fries and green-chile burgers). Full review →