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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 10th and 11th Street

Congress to Guadalupe

5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 12th, 13th and 14th Street

Colorado to Guadalupe

15th Street

Lavaca to Enfield Road

Nov 24

E. 18th Street

San Jacinto Boulevard to Brazos Street

E. 17th Street

Trinity Street to San Jacinto Boulevard

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Downtown offers the best of Austin, amplified. This is where creativity and ingenuity meet to deliver the latest foodie hotspots, legendary live music venues, one-of-a-kind shops, and year-round outdoor fun. Rock out or relax – it’s your call. LET’S GO

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Downtown is the epicenter of Austin’s 24/7 idea exchange. This is where enterprises headquarter and entrepreneurs incubate, all harnessing our city’s incredible talent pool, business-friendly infrastructure and uniquely collaborative culture. LET’S GO

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Downtown Austin offers residences to suit any style, whether you’re renting or putting down roots. This is where city excitement meets creature comforts – your walkable new neighborhood puts both nightly entertainment and daily essentials within easy reach.LET’S GO

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Dine and Drink

Sip and savor the soul of our city.

Austin’s food culture now rivals our live music scene for international attention.

 


 

Get your yum on, y’all.

 

Austin’s creative, entrepreneurial spirit comes alive in its cuisine and spirits.

This is where a trailer vendor turned Top Chef and a humble brisket became America’s choicest cut. Downtown is our culinary epicenter for everything from Tex-Mex to tapas, kimchi to kebabs. Pull up to a patio for an icy margarita after your meal, or tuck into a cozy speakeasy for a classic cocktail revival. Bon appétit!


 

Downtown Dining & Entertainment Districts

 

East 6th Street

With a collection of music venues, restaurants, the Alamo Drafthouse movie theater, the Austin Visitor Center and an eclectic array of stores that include local favorites Wild About Music and the Hatbox, E. 6th Street is literally open day and night. Most of Austin’s musical history points to E. 6th Street, so be sure to take note of this 7-block National Register Historic District’s array of 19th century, 2-story architectural buildings – some of the best in the state.


Red River

The eclectic area of Red River spanning from 6th Street to 10th Street boasts some of the best indie live music in Austin – and in the world.  On any given night you can see more than 20 bands in a 3-block area. Some are home grown groups and others are polished national acts, but Red River still brandishes the tough exterior and raw vibe from its roots in the late 1980s indie punk movement.
 


Warehouse District

Once home to railroad warehouse buildings, this area bordered by Congress Avenue, Guadalupe Street, 3rd Street, and 5th Street has flourished over the years as one of Austin’s premier entertainment districts. Today the area has numerous clubs, bars and restaurants and is home to famous live music venue Antones.
 


Rainey Street

This National Register Historic District, located just south of Cesar Chavez between Red River Street and I-35, has gone through an extreme transformation over the past several years. Entrepreneurs have turned many of this neighborhood’s turn-of-the century bungalows into thriving bars, cocktail lounges and gastro-pubs featuring ample backyards and porches. This district is also home to the Mexican American Culture Center. 
 


2nd Street

“Where Texas Warmth Meets Austin Cool,” the 2nd Street District is home to Austin City Limits Live at the Moody Theater, many dining establishments and wine bars, as well as numerous shops and boutiques.