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Don't miss Max's giant neon sign at the corner of San Jacinto Boulevard. The Wine Dive in Downtown prides itself on its fantastic wine selection. The reasonably priced fare is a gourmet take on American classics. Tuck into their best-selling fried chicken and signature Mac 'n' Cheese at the outdoor patio or amidst rustic-urban interiors. Exposed beams, brick facades and stag heads exude an industrial vibe. Don't miss Sunday brunch at the lovely basement downstairs that also doubles up as a private events venue.
Toulouse has a reputation in the Sixth Street area as a bar with an energetic and youthful crowd. With its loud music, large crowds and long wait for a drink, it's no wonder the young make up the majority of the ranks of this establishment. A definite appeal to this place is their open-air patio area with its own bar and seating. This bar is worth visiting, especially for their patio area. The whole bar will get crowded as the night progresses but at least the patio removes some of the claustrophobia.
No other bar in recent memory has managed to so monopolize the patronage of Austin's tattoos-and-piercings crowd than has Jackalope, which caters to the unsubtle sensibilities of its otherwise neglected customer base by way of Reagan-era punk rock on the stereo, tragi-comic b-movies on the TVs and velvet paintings of topless women on the walls. Aside from serving as Sixth Street's most prominent de facto refugee camp for Black Flag fans, Jackalope is otherwise known for its burgers, regarded by many denizens of the downtown area as the best in the neighborhood and the Wednesday two-for-one burger deals make these the best bargains in the city.
MugShots is a great local bar located in downtown Austin. When you take in their friendly staff, casual atmosphere and drink prices, it's no wonder this place has a loyal following. Friday nights are Happy Hour from 5p until 8p, which gives you plenty of time to enjoy the inexpensive pitchers of beer and tasty burgers. There's a jukebox that keeps toes tapping and a photo booth for those memorable moments. If you would like to indulge in a smoke-break, head out to the patio.
Tiniest Bar in Texas is by far the smallest bar in Austin. Being tiny is what makes it special. The important thing is that it has all sorts of beverages to offer, whether it's liquor for adults or soft drinks for kids. This bar has two outdoor seating area where people can just relax and enjoy their drinks. Like most bars, people here too are quite laid back. Moreover, it's a dog-friendly bar too. A plasma screen right in the middle of the bar so that people can cheer their favorite teams. That's not it, Guitar hero being the latest entries at this bar has gained more popularity. They also have live music to offer played by the local bands. Doesn't sound tiny anymore now, does it?
Además de tener un gran nombre, este bar es un lugar fabuloso para tomar una cerveza. Casino El Camino también cuenta con una de las hamburguesas más grandes de este lado del Mississippi. La gramola es muy concurrida, y cuenta con hits de rock 'n' roll, y el personal es muy amable. La iluminación interior es tenue, y los clientes disfrutan del patio al aire libre con su propio bebedero para pájaros.