Architecture & Lodging
1993 Readers Poll
1993 Critics Picks
Best Downtown Building

Franklin Federal
111 Congress
512/477-5000

Best Fountain

University of Texas at Austin
727 E. Dean Keeton, 512/471-3434
Sarah M. & Charles E. Seay Building, Speedway & Dean Keeton, 512/471-1157
UT Architecture Library, 200 Battle Hall, 512/495-4620
University of Texas Department of Art & Art History, 2301 San Jacinto, 512/475-7718
www.utexas.edu

Best Historic Structure

The Nineties have been kind to our glowing symbol of Texas liberty. The early part of the decade saw the renovation of her brilliant pink dome. In mid-decade, services and sightseeing points were enhanced with the addition of the north wing's Capitol Extension. Last year, the grounds themselves, including all monuments and fountains were scrubbed, re-planted, re-created, moved, or retrofitted to create a magical parkland for all citizens who heed the call to "Go to Texas" to enjoy and call our own. May the Goddess of Liberty shine brightly from her post high atop our fair city forever more.

Capitol Visitors Center
112 E. 11th
512/305-8400
www.tspb.state.tx.us

Best Neon

Amy's Ice Creams
1012 W. Sixth, 512/480-0673
3500 Guadalupe, 512/458-6895
2805 Bee Caves Rd. #416, 512/328-2697
10000 Research #140, 512/345-1006
ABIA: Amy's Ice Creams, 3600 Presidential Blvd. #20, 512/530-2918
1301 S. Congress, 512/440-7488
4477 S. Lamar #790, 512/891-0573
13265 Hwy. 183 N., 512/918-2697
5624 Burnet Rd., 512/538-2697
9600 S. I-35 Ste. 400-C, 512/282-2697
13420 Galleria Cir. Ste. 140-A, 512/263-2903
2901 S. Lamar, 512/447-2697
www.amysicecreams.com

 
1993 Intro
Readers: Arts & Culture

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