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la Barbecue

Some of the best barbecue the city has to offer

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Owned by the granddaughter of Taylor, Texas barbecue king Louis Mueller, this hip spot inside of a Quickie Pickie convenience store makes some of the best brisket, pork ribs, and house-made sausage in the city. If you are looking for a budget friendly way to try their delicious meat, opt for their sliced brisket sandwich. While the line isn't too bad if you show up early, it can extend out the door during the lunch rush. So if you want to skip the line, place an order online for pickup.

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(512) 605-9696

2027 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX

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Emmanuel V.

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Launderette

Sleek spot for delicious food and delectable desserts

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While this retro-chic restaurant in a converted laundromat is beautifully put together, it is chef Rene Ortiz's food and chef Laura Sawicki's desserts that are the real draw. The small plates here have international influences, many of which lean Mediterranean, and the desserts are not to be missed. This cool gem of a spot also serves a very popular brunch on the weekend. They don't take reservations so grab a cocktail while you wait.

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(512) 382-1599

2115 Holly St, Austin, TX

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Emanuele Scola

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Women & Their Work

Art gallery presenting the works of women

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Since 1978, this gallery and non-profit has used it's space to further the careers and expand the cachet of female artists. This stalwart of Austin's art scene that features some of the best contemporary art in the city has a new exhibition every seven weeks with artist talks, panel conversations, and other events year-round.

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(512) 477-1064

1710 Lavaca St, Austin, TX

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Women & Their Work

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Jo's Coffee

I Love You So Much mural and great coffee

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While this coffee shop might be most famous for the I Love You So Much mural on its side, it is actually a local favorite for good coffee, delicious bites, and people watching on SoCo's main drag. On the weekends, local musicians entertain patrons and passersby on the small patio. There isn't any indoor seating so take you breakfast taco and Iced Turbo coffee to go if the weather isn't nice. They have a second location downtown.

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(512) 444-3800

1300 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX

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Hunter Clark

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Cheer Up Charlies

Beloved, LGBTQ+ friendly bar and music venue

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This hip, young bar on Red River Street hosts a great lineup of local and international live music acts. This welcoming spot has a stage and seating indoors, but the best place to be is outside under the pink tent, watching a show in front of the limestone bluff. In addition to biodynamic wines, local beers, and organic juice blend cocktails, this spot has kombucha on tap and Arlo's food truck in the back serving up vegan comfort food.

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(512) 431-2133

900 Red River St, Austin, TX

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Cheer Up Charlies

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Frida Friday ATX

Monthly market filled with female artisans of color

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One Friday a month, this organization brings together women of color to sell their artwork and wares at their themed mercados. They typically have food trucks on site in addition to live music or other entertainment. They host their events all around town, so check their website to see where the next market is taking place or if they are hosting additional events this month. Stop by to eat, dance, be merry, and support local artists.

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