Specialty cocktails are named after the women in Michael Icenhauer's family, and run the gamut from simple to gimmicky to versions of the classics. Enjoy dog-friendly space in this remodeled bungalow.
This new place offers both old-world bar goodness vibe, as well as contemporary, crafty cocktails. The proprietary burger is a revelation, but others argue in favor of Javelina Eggs, a version of Scotch eggs.
This is everyone's favorite neighbourhood spot; rock the sake kamikazes here while digging into a bowl of popcorn.
Located in the Domain Northside's hopping Rock Rose district, this sports bar provides plenty entertainment with its vintage arcade games as well as a full menu of Asian-inspired twists on classic American bar fare including sriracha buffalo wings and cheeseburger egg rolls.
With 28 beers on tap and more than 60 by the bottle, you'll need the burgers and nachos to stay upright.
There's always a friendly crowd at this Sixth Street stalwart. The grub is pub, and the TVs are hi-def.
Founded in 2011 in a repurposed Fifties ranch house, Moontower Saloon shoots the South Austin vibe even further past Slaughter Lane. Bars and food trailers keep the appetites satiated, while an outdoor stage whets the Euterpean whistle. Blues, funk and Americana jam there., If you always fantasized about a place with one foot in the Continental Club and the other in Steamboat, this is it. Vallejo stages its annual Valentine’s Day show herein. No cover, and your canine friends can accompany you
Hipster meets vagabond chic meets American bar food at this restaurant attached to Native, an "experiential hostel."
When you're craving good wings in the middle of the game, stop by for plenty of TVs and great queso, too.
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