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Once upon a time there existed the Armadillo and Threadgill's. Singer-songwriters came out of one scene. Cosmic cowboys the other.
You'll feel like you're eating at grandma's at Threadgill's, one of Austin's most famous eateries since 1933. Full review →
Taking home cooking to a gluttonous new level, Threadgill's lets you choose from a ridiculously long list of vegetable sides – something you just don't get at home. Full review →
Outdoor live music venue, and gospel brunch. Full review →
An Austin institution, north of downtown, established when Kenneth Threadgill was given the first licence to sell beer in the city after Prohibition.
To say that Threadgill’s is an Austin institution would be a gross understatement. It opened in 1933 as a filling station/bar/live music venue (its major claim to fame is that Janis... Full review →
Providing "Southern comfort at its finest", this Crestview "classic" has long been a source for "down-home" "comfort fare" "done right" in a setting that's a veritable shrine to "local music". Full review →