No doubt you’ll see the music scene on 6th street, but don’t miss the more grown up places on 4th, too.
See “South Congress Ave” (SoCo) for more great restauarnts, incl. Hill Cafe.
you’re welcome. Be sure you see the music venue “Broken Spoke” for real old fashioned country/western music.
Have a dinner at the “Salt Lick” way south of town. It is definitely worth the 20 mile drive through no-where. It is not air conditioned, and it’s BYOB, so bring a beer if you’d like to have one. Simple food, simple setting, great sense of what early Austin and the area was like.
SKIPSKIPSKIP “the Oasis” on Lake Travis unless you just get ONE drink at sunset and then leave.
Try the fried pickles at one of the restaurants.
Well, I guess I’ll have to try the Meatloaf at the Double T Diner.
I haven’t had anything but crabcakes, rockfish and mussels in Annapolis, and I am feeling the need for some comfort.
Comfort food, I mean.
I do like meatloaf, mac n cheese, and some of those green things… what are they… vegetables? Broccolini
it has been 40 years since I was there in the winter of 1972/73. I would still say: see the beach (pebbly), take the train to Monaco, see Cannes, and find a cafe and have a glass of wine, or perhaps in the cool of the morning hot chocolate or coffee. Take photos, and let us know how the trip goes.