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THERE ARE ALWAYS SO MANY FABULOUS NEW RESTAURANTS IN AUSTIN...

...and it’s hard to keep up with it all! That’s where this list comes in: these are some of the best new restaurants in Austin, and they’re all listed out on a map so you can find one that’s convenient for you.

Every restaurant on this list has opened in the past 12 months. (So some are *brand* new and some are just new-ish.) They’re all absolutely fantastic and worth a visit.

Psst: and if you don’t care about the hottest restaurants in Austin and you just want to find some tried-and-true restaurants in Austin that have been among the best for years, here are the 10 best places to eat in Austin.

Use this map to find a new Austin restaurant near you:

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Best New Restaurants in Austin, Texas

Este

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This Mexican seafood restaurant from the team behind Suerte is finally open! It's in the space the used to be Eastside Cafe, and there has been LOTS of anticipation for this new east Austin restaurant.

The award-winning team behind Suerte has been building up the concept and transforming this darling little building into Este, a Mexican seafood restaurant that draws inspiration from the coastal cuisine and charcoal cooking that you find throughout Mexico.

As expected (based on Suerte's success...) reservations are hard to get right now. But the Este team is reserving a number of tables for walk-up guests.

WEBSITE | 2113 Manor Rd, Austin, TX 78722

Marufuku Ramen

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With eight locations throughout California, Texas and New York, this well-known San Francisco-based brand is brining authentic Hakata-style Tonkotsu ramen to the Mueller district in Austin.

The ramen bar is located in the ground floor of one of the new high rise buildings in Mueller. It's a trendy space with counter seats facing all the action in the kitchen, bar stools at a white marble bar top, and several 2- and 4-top tables throughout the restaurant.

The menu includes both pork tonkotsu and chicken paitan ramen, as well as shareable apps like Japanese steamed buns, chicken karaage, and 7-piece gyoza potstickers.

WEBSITE | 1900 Aldrich St. Suite 180, Austin, TX 78723

Casper Fermentables

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This new restaurant/bakery in Sunset Valley started as a booth at the farmers market, and they recently opened a new brick and mortar in Sunset Valley (right next to Stouthaus Coffee Pub.)

Stop by for all sorts of delicious fermented foods, like sourdough bread, chewy bagels, all sorts of fermented veggies, and kombucha brewed in house. Note: the hours seem to be pretty limited right now, and they're only open Thurs-Sun.

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WEBSITE | 4715 S Lamar Blvd #101A, Sunset Valley, TX 78745

Oye Chico

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This fun little sandwich shop is a great place to stop by when you're wanting to get work done during lunch...it's parked outside Better Half Bar! Grab a Cuban sandwich and sit outside on the coffee shop patio with your laptop.

They offer a pretty small menu, but the Cuban sandwich is a delicious one: pork butt, ham, Swiss, and mustard and bolillo roll that's pressed and grilled to a crunchy texture.

Ski Shores Cafe

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Ski Shores Cafe is a waterfront restaurant in Austin that's been open for decades, and here's the short of it: the new facelift and ownership (by MML Hospitality, one of the biggest restaurant groups in Austin) means old Austinites are pissed about the nearly 2X prices, and new Austinites are in love with the aesthetically pleasing space. So you can kind of use that to decide where you'll land...

It is a really beautiful, fun space, and there's no better place to enjoy a few cold cocktails and a delicious burger during your sunshine-filled day on the lake. If you can go into it expecting the MML prices, you'll probably have a wonderful time. {Photo Ski Shores Cafe}

WEBSITE | 2905 Pearce Rd, Austin, TX 78730

Maie Day

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This new steakhouse on South Congressis located inside the South Congress Hotelin the space that used to be Central Standard. It's from the New Waterloo Group and MaieB Hospitality.

Super fun spot for cocktails, raw bar, delicious apps (try the smoked fish dip with homemade “ritz” crackers), and locally sourced high-quality steaks.

It’s a fun, festive ambiance! Austin doesn’t have a lot of steakhouses (except for national chains…which are fine, but sometimes you want something a bit more unique) so this is a fun addition to the ATX dining scene!

WEBSITE | 1603 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704

Local Foods

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Local Foods, a Houston-based restaurant with four Houston locations, opened their first Austin restaurant in June 2022. It's located in the 2nd Street District of downtown.

The menu is full of THEE most delicious salads and sandwiches you've ever tasted. They work with local farmers and butchers to provide locally-sourced food, so you're getting farm-fresh cuisine at a approachable, fast-casual restaurant.

The space was designed by Michael Hsu and it's a beautiful, modern 2-story restaurant. There's a small sidewalk patio outside.

Super fun spot for cocktails, raw bar, delicious apps (try the smoked fish dip with homemade “ritz” crackers), and locally sourced high-quality steaks.

It’s a fun, festive ambiance! Austin doesn’t have a lot of steakhouses (except for national chains…which are fine, but sometimes you want something a bit more unique) so this is a fun addition to the ATX dining scene!

WEBSITE | 1454 W 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701

Neighborhood Vintner

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There's a new wine bar and bottle shop on Bee Caves Rd, and it's way more than just an adorable place to sip a glass of rosé.

Two certified sommeliers have stocked more than 1,000 wines from around the globe in this beautiful Westlake shop. They're there to educate you on all things wine. Whether you're a total pro or you know nothing about wine, they'll meet you where you are and help you select a fun bottle.

There are about 20 wines by the glass available. But you can also purchase a bottle and enjoy a glass at the bar and take the rest home with you - no corkage fee.

If you're feeling snacky, they offer cheese and meat boards from Antonelli's. The food and beverage options are fairly limited in Westlake, so this is a much-needed addition to Austin's wine scene.

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WEBSITE | 3663 Bee Caves Rd #4D, Austin, TX 78746

Diner Bar Austin

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Upscale southern restaurants Diner Bar Austin is now open in downtown. This is where you go for oysters and caviar, cocktails, and elevated southern cuisine.

From the Grey Spaces team, Diner Bar is the sister restaurant to The Grey in downtown Savannah (led by James Beard Award-winning Chef Mashama Bailey.)

Kristine Kittrell is chef de cuisine of this new Austin restaurant. She was formerly at El Chile in Austin, and she has competed on Bobby Flay's namesake tv show...and was the first woman to ever beat him.

Diner Bar could swing casual or upscale. Check out the picture above and you'll see that the ambiance works for flip-flops and shorts or a nice take-the-parents-out sort of restaurant.

WEBSITE | 500 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin, TX 78701

Summer Revival Wine Co

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Dripping Springs is now home to Summer Revival Wine Co., a fabulous new tasting room pouring flavorful, playful natural wines.

Some of their wines are made with 100% Texas-grown grapes, others (from their Oregon label) are made with 100% PNW grapes.

Stop in for a flight of wines with very creative, yet accurate, tasting notes (like "orange nerds, grapefruit soda, and margarita salt") as well as a "drinking snack" from their food menu.

Try their cheese plate and tinned fish plate, along with one of the most delicious rosés around. On your way out, pick up some yummy snacks or fresh flowers to take home at Picnic House, the sweet little market inside the main entrance.

WEBSITE | 665 US-290, Dripping Springs, TX 78620

Pecan Square Cafe

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Pecan Square Cafe is the newest concept from the MML Hospitality group (which now has a whopping SIXTEEN restaurants in Austin!). It's in the shuttered Cafe Josie space, just behind Clark's Oyster Bar (also owned by MML Hospitality.)

It's a cute, quaint cafe that feels like an upscale place to go out to lunch (a perfect place to impress a client or bring your mom for her birthday). The food and branding are, per usual for MML, completely beautiful.

They offer menus for lunch, snacks (the time of day in-between lunch and dinner), and dinner. Expect lots of fresh, summer-y flavors, fresh pastas, golden squash pizzas, local lettuces and foie gras mi cuit, and larger dishes like a 44 farms bavette.

WEBSITE | 1200 W 6th St #B, Austin, TX 78703

Wax Myrtle's

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When someone mentions a “downtown Austin hotel restaurant” to me, I go in with some reservations. My expectations are: overpriced “craft” cocktails (that are actually watered down batched cocktails), the expected classics like a burger, a steak, a chicken dish, and a few menu items that sell well (overpriced brussels sprouts, I’m lookin’ at you.) But Wax Myrtles (get this…) is actually realy good.

Yep, the ambiance alone of this restaurant inside the newly-opened Thompson Hotel could sell it. But on top of the poolside dining and sweeping rooftop views of the Frost Bank Tower, you’re going to get top-notch cuisine created by a chef who was previously at Aba. (Yep, the other restaurant that could sell on looks alone.)

This is one of those places that you could visit for a quick happy hour drink at the bar, a full-blown dinner, or some combo of the two. (Psst: try the Spiced Roasted Half Chicken.)

WEBSITE | 506 San Jacinto Blvd Suite WM, 4th Floor, Austin, TX 78701

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Llama Kid

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This little Peruvian restaurant is located at the east Austin building that used to house Austin Daily Press. It’s a teeny space, but the patio is a fun place to pop by for a lunch date. Peruvian food isn’t too common in Austin, but Llama Kid does it really well. (As they should, considering their chef and co-owner is a native Peruvian.)

Expect the most DELICIOUS cebiche menu, lots of seafood, soft and flavorful rice, plenty of fried yucca, and a fun cocktail list.

WEBSITE | 4620 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78702

Sushi by Scratch Restaurants

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Yep, it’s a drive out to the Hyatt Hill Country Resort, but whether you’re staying for an overnight stay or just going for a dinner date, a ticket at this intimate tasting counter is a rare treat. Sushi By Scratch at the Hyatt is the third location of this restaurant. (Their location in California has a Michelin Star…Michelin hasn’t come out to Texas yet, but these Texas chefs are trained under the same Michelin-rated team.)

Chef Phillip Frankland Lee (Sushi | Bar and Pasta | Bar) created this impressive 17-course tasting with optional sake pairings. There are three seatings per night, so my one complaint is that it moves along a pretty fast pace.

WEBSITE | 575 Hyatt Lost Pines Rd, Cedar Creek, TX 78612

Fierce Whiskers Distillery

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While it’s labeled as a distillery (and they are!), Fierce Whiskers is really a full specialty cocktail lounge. The difference is that they also distill their own spirits: whisky, gin, agave spirit (not technically tequila because it’s not from Mexico), and rum. The tasting room is drop-dead GORGEOUS, and the property sits against a hilly Texas backdrop with cedar trees and quiet space as far as the eye can see….despite its just being 4 miles from the Austin airport. This distillery is a must-try for cocktails. The fun thing about this new distillery in Austin is that in few more years when their bourbon has aged, it will be a completely different experience.

WEBSITE | 5333 Fleming Ct, Austin, TX 78744

The Grey Market

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If you can’t make it up to the rooftop restaurant at the Thompson Hotel (Wax Myrtles), stop by this first floor diner for a quick burger and beer, or a grab-and-go chicken salad sandwich. Part bodega, part southern diner, this is a great place to stop in for a quick breakfast or meet a friend for lunch.

The Grey Market is linked to to The Grey in Savannah, Georgia, run by chef Mashama Bailey who co-wrote Black, White, and Grey.

WEBSITE | 501 Brazos St, Austin, TX 78701

Saddle Up

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If you love GREAT Austin barbecue, huge outdoor spaces in east Austin, and craft beer, you’ll find all three at Saddle Up. Micklethwait Craft Meats food trailer has been parked at this location for years, but the bungalow house in front of the bbq trailer was recently converted into an all-day drink station with espresso, scratch-made pastries, beer and wine, and bevs to go.

There’s 10,000 sq ft of shaded space in the backyard where you can enjoy yoru drinks. Oh, and Taco Bronco has a location there, so if you’re not into bbq you can grab some of the best tacos in Austin.

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WEBSITE | 1309 Rosewood Ave, Austin, TX 78702

Canje

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This is the newest restaurant from the team behind Emmer & Rye, Hestia, and Henbit. Canje is a Caribbean-style restaurant with an upscale feel to it. The interior is absolutely stunning. (You could certainly pop in just for a cocktail at the bar, if you’re wanting a quick visit.)

But if you have time to indulge in the entire menu, the jerk chicken is a customer favorite. It’s PACKED with flavor, one of the spiciest things on the menu, and will definitely be one of the most memorable things you’ve eaten lately. Another fun item is the black cake…it looks like a chocolate cake, but it’s not! It’s a Caribbean classic made from dried, macerated fruits like prunes, raisins, and cherries, topped with cream cheese frosting. Definitely a unique item that’s worth a try.

WEBSITE | 1914 E 6th St ste c, Austin, TX 78702

Koko's Bavarian

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Part brewery, part German biergarten, part restaurant, Koko’s Bavarian is a fun, family-friendly restaurant in east Austin! It’s named after one of its partners, who is a literal prince in Bavaria, Koko’s takes over the space that used to be The Brewers Table.

Koko's has a pretty classic Bavarian menu, but with some Texas twists: bratwurst, a giant pretzel (with queso!), german schnitzel, and the like. The outdoor space is a great place to bring young kids!

WEBSITE | 4715 E 5th St, Austin, TX 78702

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Where do celebs go in Austin? ›

From barbecue to coffee to Tex Mex and more, these are the Austin restaurants celebrities love.
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What food is Austin famous for? ›

While Austin may be known for its legendary Tex-Mex, tasty breakfast tacos and juicy barbecue, there's so much more to the capital city's food history to explore. Austin's celebrated dining scene has evolved with lightening speed over the last few decades, but don't forget to pay homage to the greats during your visit.

Does Guy Fieri have a restaurant in Austin TX? ›

Guy Fieri's Flavortown Kitchen - Austin, TX Restaurant | Menu + Delivery | Seamless.

What bars do famous people go to in Austin? ›

Best Celebrity Club Hotspots near me in Austin, TX
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What actors live in Austin TX? ›

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Where does Joe Rogan hang out in Austin? ›

A new comedy club associated with local comedian and podcaster Joe Rogan is on tap for downtown Austin's vacant Ritz Theater, formerly home to Alamo Drafthouse.

What drink is Austin famous for? ›

Mexican martini is Austin's most famous drink, and here's the recipe.

What is the famous street in Austin? ›

The stretch of Congress Avenue running from the Colorado River to the Texas State Capitol is Austin's most important thoroughfare and the address of many of the city's most architecturally and culturally significant places.

What is Texas most eaten food? ›

Barbecue. Of all the traditional Texas foods on this list, barbecue has to be the most popular. From sweet to smoky, each restaurant puts its own spin on Texas barbecue.

What restaurant in Austin does Sandra Bullock own? ›

Sandra Bullock is arguably one of the world's A-list movie stars, but in her adopted town of Austin, Texas, where she lives with her son Louis, you'd never know it. There, she is owner of two popular restaurants, Bess Bistro and Walton's Fancy and Staple, where she involves herself in every menu decision.

What is the famous bar street in Austin? ›

Sixth Street is distinctly Austin. With its colorful and bustling array of bars, restaurants and entertainment venues, it's a sure bet for experiencing local characters and the vibrancy of the city.

Does Texas have any Michelin star restaurants? ›

Michelin stars — widely revered as the preeminent culinary honor — are not and never have been available to Texas restaurants. Michelin only rates restaurants in the limited areas the organization publishes travel guides on, which do not include any part of Texas.

What hotel do celebrities stay at in Austin Texas? ›

The Driskill, in The Unbound Collection by Hyatt

Driskill had a vision, though, of rivaling even the glitzy hotels of New York City, Chicago, and Philadelphia. Since then, it's been a place of respite for countless guests and celebrities, including President Lyndon B.

Where do rich singles go in Austin? ›

Bars That Are Cool For Finding Rich Men in Austin, TX
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What are the hot spots in Austin? ›

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What salary is rich in Austin? ›

In order to be considered “rich” in Austin, you would need to make $145,166. The average “rich” person in Austin makes $267,777 each year. The top 10 cities with the highest incomes needed to be considered “rich”: San Francisco $239,840.

What salary do you need to live in Austin? ›

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1 ADULT
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Where do the wealthy live in Austin? ›

Steiner Ranch is the wealthiest ZIP code in the Austin metro area, according to a recent study. If you want to find where the richest people in the Austin area live, zip on over to Steiner Ranch in West Austin.

Where is the party scene in Austin? ›

Likely Texas' best known street, the seven block's of 6th Street between Congress and IH 35 are certainly Austin's entertainment center. With a little help from it's many like-minded sister streets, 6th Street is the heart of Austin's live entertainment scene and the capital of third coast music.

What club does Joe Rogan own in Austin? ›

The UFC commentator is planning to run the Comedy Mothership comedy club at the Ritz Theater in Austin. Rogan was hoping to initially launch the club at the One World Theater, but those plans eventually fell through.

Where does Joe Rogan love Texas? ›

As of 2022, Rogan lives with his family in Lake Austin, Texas, United States. He moved there in 2020 after signing a $200 million deal with Spotify for his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience.

What is dirty sixth in Austin? ›

Old 6th Street, sometimes fondly known as Dirty 6th, is the original entertainment section of the street including those venues between Congress Avenue (to the west) and I-35 (to the East). Noisy. Rowdy.

Do Austin bars have dress codes? ›

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What side of Austin is best? ›

Best Neighborhood in Austin for a Local Vibe: East Austin

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What part of Austin is the best to stay in? ›

The best area to stay in Austin is the 6th Street District, especially if you're looking for live music, nightlife, and a cool bohemian vibe. This historic section of Downtown Austin is centrally-located, packed with attractions, and home to some of the best-rated hotels in the city.

Where is Sandra Bullock's home in Austin? ›

Sandra Bullock actually owns a few properties around town with her main residence being a large 5,000-square-foot home located off of Lake Austin. She first came to the city back in 1998 to film the romcom “Hope Floats,” which was partially filmed Austin, and ended up putting down some more permanent roots.

What is the most famous snack in Texas? ›

In Texas, the most popular snack food is chips and salsa. Here's what The Daily Meal said to back up its decision: When you think about the best recipes from Texas, chances are you start dreaming of tacos, burritos and fajitas. But no Tex-Mex meal would be complete without a round of chips and salsa.

What is the most popular restaurant in Texas? ›

According to LoveFOOD, the most famous restaurant in Texas is Salt Lick BBQ in Driftwood. The website explains what makes it so famous: "In a state known for its barbecue, it takes a lot to stand out – but plenty of meat-lovers make the pilgrimage to this wide-open ranch, 30 minutes outside Austin.

What is Texas signature dish? ›

Today, chili is the official state dish. Texas is known for its own variation of chili con carne. Texas chili is typically made with hot peppers and beef (or sometimes game meats like venison) and is sometimes served with pinto beans, either as a side or in the chili itself.

Where is Sandra Bullock's house? ›

Beverly Hills Home

Bullock's most recent acquisition was completed in February 2021. Reports show that she paid $2.7 million for a refurbished cottage in a celeb-ish part of the mountains above Beverly Hills. The property, which was built in 1946, is 2,800 square feet and has three bedrooms and 3 and a half bathrooms.

Who owns stereotype bar in Austin? ›

KVUE spoke with a patron who said Padalecki was “the antagonist, 100%.” In addition to Stereotype, Padalecki is either owner or part-owner with his Supernatural co-star Jensen Ackles at two other businesses: The San Jac Saloon and The Family Business Brewing Company.

How much is Sandra Bullock's house worth? ›

The 'Bird Box' star is parting ways with her sprawling property in San Diego — a $6 million, three-parcel compound anchored by a ranch-style home. Almost 30 years after her breakthrough role as Keanu Reeves' co-star in the action thriller Speed, Sandra Bullock is one of the biggest names in Hollywood.

Where do people go out in Austin Texas? ›

5 More Great Neighborhoods for Austin Nightlife

Aside from Downtown, SoCo, UT Austin, Old West Austin, and South Lamar, here are some other Austin neighborhoods known for their amazing nightlife scenes: East Cesar Chavez. Zilker. Central East Austin.

What is the main drag in Austin? ›

Sixth Street

What restaurants can you only find in Texas? ›

Chains like Whataburger, Buc-ee's, and H-E-B are Texan businesses. Attractions like Schlitterbahn only exist in the Lone Star State.

Does Austin have Michelin stars? ›

So by association, Pasta|Bar Austin is a Michelin-star experience. [A long side note if you're interested in Sushi by Scratch Restaurants: The restaurant was formerly called Sushi|Bar. In March 2022, the chefs sold the Sushi|Bar Austin restaurant to Chef Ambrely Ouimette, who had been part of the team.

What US city has most Michelin? ›

Some US cities that have Michelin Star Restaurants include New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. New York has the most Michelin Star Restaurants with a total of 73. Globally, Tokyo is the city with the most Michelin Star restaurants.

What celebrities live on Lake Travis in Austin? ›

There are plenty of other celebrities who frequent Austin and live here like Robert Plant, Billy Bob Thornton, Elijah Wood, Sandra Bullock, Lance Armstrong, Dennis Quaid, Willie Nelson, Robert Rodriguez (Machete, Spy Kids, Predator), Richard Linklater (Slacker, Dazed & Confused, Before Sunrise), Terrence Malick ( ...

What famous person lives in Austin Texas? ›

Potentially one of the most prolific Austin locals is native Texan and University of Texas alum, Matthew McConaughey.

Where in Austin does Matt McConaughey live? ›

Old Oak Mansion in Texas | Matthew McConaughey House

Matt, who was born and raised in Texas, bought this 10,000-square-foot mansion south of Austin, Texas, in 2012.

Where are cougars in Austin? ›

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How can I spend a day in Austin? ›

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What is there to do in Austin Texas in October? ›

Things to Do
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Are there mice in Austin? ›

Two of the most common rodent species problematic for people in Austin and the Central Texas area are mice and rats.

What street is famous in Austin? ›

Sixth Street is distinctly Austin. With its colorful and bustling array of bars, restaurants and entertainment venues, it's a sure bet for experiencing local characters and the vibrancy of the city.

Where do millionaires live in Austin TX? ›

Steiner Ranch is the wealthiest ZIP code in the Austin metro area, according to a recent study. If you want to find where the richest people in the Austin area live, zip on over to Steiner Ranch in West Austin.

What salary do you need to live comfortably in Austin? ›

What salary do you need to live in Austin? The median income in the Texas capital is $63,717 but it takes $98,007 a year to live comfortably in Austin, according to a recent study by GoBankingRates, a personal finance website.

Do the bats in Austin come out every night? ›

Each night from around mid-March to early November, the Austin Bats emerge from under the bridge to blanket the sky as they head out to forage for food.

What months do the bats come out in Austin? ›

Starting in late March and continuing through early fall, North America's largest urban bat population calls Austin home. The bats begin to wake up and start their night flight around sunset. The first few bats begin to trickle out from under the bridge then.

Are there big cats in Austin? ›

You're more likely to encounter a bobcat than an antelope in Central Texas, so you'll want to keep your eyes peeled when venturing through the hill country. These big cats are most active in January and February, and they occasionally make their way into people's yards.

What should I not miss Austin? ›

Top Attractions in Austin
  • Texas State Capitol. 7,948. Historic Sites • Architectural Buildings. ...
  • Lady Bird Lake Hike-and-Bike Trail. 2,727. Hiking Trails. ...
  • Barton Springs Pool. 2,765. Bodies of Water • Hot Springs & Geysers. ...
  • Mount Bonnell. 1,631. ...
  • LBJ Presidential Library. 3,462. ...
  • Bullock Texas State History Museum. 2,751.

What is the dirty 6 in Austin? ›

Old 6th Street, sometimes fondly known as Dirty 6th, is the original entertainment section of the street including those venues between Congress Avenue (to the west) and I-35 (to the East).

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