Deep in the heart of Texas is weird, wonderful Austin. It’s a city where live music is part of the fabric of life, the outdoors is taken very seriously, and eccentricity is Texas-sized. Austin’s neighborhoods are great place for everyone from late-night party animals to families planning their child’s very first birthday celebration.
Austin revels in being different. While other parts of Texas fight over the best BBQ, the most important delicacy in Austin is breakfast tacos. It’s a food that the city has perfected, and which it may have also invented. Off-beat attractions include the Cathedral of Junk, and the Museum of Natural and Artificial Ephemera. It seems like even nature in Austin does its own thing. The city is proud of its unique local animal population, including a large urban bat population, and plenty of wild Texan parrots.
There’s music for every taste in Austin. Every year the South by Southwest Music Festival brings hundreds of bands, and thousands of people to town for some of the best independent tunes in the country. Austin doesn’t do stadium concerts. Austin does shows at Stubb’s Bar-B-Q, in Emo’s rock and roll beer garden, at UT’s intimate Cactus Cafe, and at literally hundreds of other bars/restaurants/warehouses/theaters/venues.
Austin’s neighborhoods include the Downtown area, home to massive condo towers, Lady Bird Lake, thriving local restaurants and bars, and museums including the Austin Museum of Art. Nearby hoods like Tarrytown, Clarksville, and Rosedale offer upscale residential living in close proximity to downtown excitement. South Austin is full of personality, thanks to South Congress (SoCo), and Travis Heights. Central Austin is home to laid-back districts like Crestview, Brentwood, and Allandale. North Austin is the city’s fastest-growing area, with great shopping at the outdoors Arboretum mall.
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