Grab a Frosé or a Rosso Amaro (prosecco and grapefruit) followed by a Shiner Ruby Redbird, with some house olives to munch on at Hotel San Jose. Photo courtesy of Hotel San Jose
Housed in a 1937 bungalow with a light-strung patio, Justine’s manages to capture a feeling, creating a mood in a way few places manage to these days.
Austin cool kids congregate at the Yellow Jacket Social Club’s outdoor, fenced-off picnic tables.
A crowd at Cheer Up Charlies, a beloved Austin gay bar, music and events venue, and safe haven for the LGBTQ community.
All banh mis at Elizabeth Street Cafe are made on house-baked baguettes.
Micklethwait Craft Meats's meat platters will send you to hog heaven.
"There are far too many new places popping up every month to conceive of naming them all. It would be impossible to even expound on all of the classics. With that in mind, let me show you around my ideal long weekend in Austin, Texas."