If it's Broke, don't fix it.
Speakeasy is all metro silk and urban swank, and Club DeVille is all tin and tack – very Vegas. But these flip-sides of city chic both serve up cocktails the old-fashioned way.
The simple fact that their perfectly mixed margaritas are only $2.50 is enough to make five to seven very, very happy hours.
From 8 1/2 Souvenirs' seductive chansons to Toni Price's "hippie hour," the Continental is limitless talent in a confined space.
Owner "Casino," a former deejay, culled this diverse sampling from his own collection, in which glam, jazz, blues, and pop – finally – cohabitate peacefully.
It's forever clear what gives these colorful quaffs their tangy zip.
Loyal patrons, legendary musical talent, and swift bar service make this modest little Congress dive a swingin' shoe-in.
Kerbey Lane Cafe
3704 Kerbey, 512/451-1436
13435 Hwy. 183 N. #415, 512/258-7757
2606 Guadalupe, 512/477-5717
4301 W. William Cannon, 512/899-1500
3003 S. Lamar, 512/445-4451
2120 N. Mays, Round Rock, 512/879-2827
701 Capital of TX Hwy. S., 512/879-2820
From music on the patio to the more than 575 international cheeses, this is a place everyone can chat about.
Those flickering amber lights, those highbacked booths, and rich Italian food are Austin's version of a loaf of bread, a jug of wine, and thou.
These Roman gods of filmic fire melt our hearts every year, especially now that they've opened a second location behind Güero's. We love that you love I Love Video in second and Waterloo in third.
Affordable wines from France and Italy, plus exotic locales like Chile, Argentina, and Oregon.
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