Comfort Suites North

13681 N. US Hwy 183, Austin, Texas, 78750-2209, United States
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Dance Hall in the backgrnd past the itty bitty barDance Hall in the backgrnd past the itty bitty bar

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Bat Colony leaving the bridge at dusk.Bat Colony leaving the bridge at dusk.

Forum Posts

6th Street... where to go for 40-somethings

by whippoorwil

We are planning a trip to Austin to see my favorite blues singer (Susan Tedeschi) on March 17. She is playing at a club on 6th Street. What bars/clubs would suit our age? I am concerned as I read the information on this web site that 6th Street is for the 18-25 crowd. The music we like is more eclectic... some blues, jazz, or the liking of Texas natives Lyle Lovett, Nanci Griffith, etc. Anything but hard rock/head bangers/rave/wrap. Any suggestions?

RE: 6th Street... where to go for 40-somethings

by bocmaxima

I don't know what you read, but 6th Street isn't just frat boys and metal bands. Austin has a very eclectic music scene (probably the best in the country), much of which is the sort of Texas music you're looking for, and Sixth is the hub of it. Because Austin is a pseudo-college town though, a lot of the bars will be catered toward the 20-something set, but many bars are just bars, and attract all kinds of crowds.

RE: 6th Street... where to go for 40-somethings

by ridermirv

I live in Austin, and I agree with the above poster.

The great thing about 6th Street is you can walk up and down the street and bar hop to several places. If one doesn't suit you, go next door. Also, there are some great places farther west down 6th that are past the main entertainment zone. The warehouse district on 4th street is usually considered the place for an older crowd, but I don't find it as lively. South Congress has some great bars too.

Enjoy your stay in Austin,

Marc

RE: 6th Street... where to go for 40-somethings

by butterfly_girl

The area called SOCO or (south congress) is a lot of fun...there might be music at El Sol Y Luna for dinner, Continental Club, Beck's on South Congress, Jo's coffee and Threadgill's has some good music too. Another club closer to the UT campus called the Cactus Cafe has top musicians. Check the website www.austinchronicle.com for information on what is playing at the time. However, I notice you will be here during South by Southwest....and during that time there is music literally everywhere. But lots of places will require an expensive badge to get in. South Congress will be the place to go to have fun for free without the badge. There will also be free concerts sponsored by south by southwest at Auditorium Shores, check www.sxsw.com for information on what is playing.

RE: RE: 6th Street... where to go for 40-somethings

by Wingshot

If you're coming to Austin during South by Southwest, all bets are off. The clubs on 6th will be playing a variety of music & everything will be very crowded. B.D. Riley's is an Irish pub on 6th that generally has an older crowd.

It's a short walk to 4th street where the bars cater more to the 25 & up crowd, but the music scene there is much more unreliable.

Other suggestions:
The Saxon Pub on South Lamar plays great Texas music & Antone's has blues every night of the week. The Broken Spoke is home to lots of local country acts & is an Austin landmark.

RE: RE: 6th Street... where to go for 40-somethings

by Wingshot

Oh yeah, last time I was at the Broken Spoke (about a month ago) I saw David Carradine of "Kill Bill" & "Kung Fu" fame. He was just chilling out & having a drink. Nobody bothered him....that's Austin.

Travel Tips for Austin

Texas Pioneer Woman Monument

by Stephen-KarenConn

One of the newer monuments on the Texas State Capitol grounds, the statue honoring the Texas Pioneer Woman was ereted in 1998 by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, District VIII.

The statue is a life-sized bronze figure by Linda Sioux Henley depicting a young pioneer mother with baby on her arm. The statue stands atop a Texas Sunset Red granite pedestal.

Linda Sioux Henley

Packing List

by My_View

The weather is generally HOT & STICKY (March-November is HOT)Bring plenty of shorts, and sleavless shirts. Also bring your bathing suit, you will need it. You can go swimming at Barton Springs. There are trails all over austin. You can go canoe trips, or go pattle boating at town lake. There are trails to walk at town lake, and you can also watch the bats fly out. Every evening they all fly out at once. You can go camping and/or fishing at lake Travis, or there are other camp sites. There is also deer hunting close to Austin (All Texans have their guns)

Austin Travel Circle Meetings

by ATXtraveler

Austin is known as a very friendly community, which seems to lure alot of travelers to its shores.

One of the wonderful group activities we have here is the Austin Travel Circle, which is a group of several members who meet twice a month to enjoy stories of other travelers as well as showing future trip plans to others who enjoy travelling!

The group meets on the first and third Mondays of every month at the Austin Youth Hostel (2200 S. Lakeshore Blvd.) at 7pm.

Wild about Music

by butterfly_girl about Wild about Music

There is lots of music related items at this downtown store, such as: t-shirts, magnets, artwork and trinkets from musicians like Bob Marley, Jim Hendrix, Elvis (a whole Elvis display area!) and more. They also have good music playing as you browse the aisles. Where else can you find a Bob Marley christmas ornament? I think they also take on-line orders.

Country Dancehall

by msbrandysue about Broken Spoke

Alright...Austin legend Broken Spoke was the first place I went to last time I was in Austin. I heard about it in 1000 Places to See and MANY other programs and magazines. I wasn't impressed with the food or service but was impressed at the originality and authenticity. There are dozens of pictures of many famous Texas heroes and celebrities that have been in Broken Spoke.

The food was not worth it. We read on their menu they had been voted best chicken fried streak by a few well-known magazines (won't name them here). Both my aunt and I ordered them and we both thought it was bad. The rolls had been microwaved and were impossible to bite into. The potato comes with nothing on it but you can put your own butter and sour cream. I thought I saw someone order some cheese fries and was way jealous!

The staff was very unhelpful. We got there before the dancing got started but there was only one waitress running everyone's orders. She kind of ran by and was perturbed that we wanted a menu. She stopped waitressing as more people came into dance (around 9pm) so we had to go up to the bar to pay our tab. It took almost 20 minutes to get to a bartender who would give us the time of day. I wanted to walk out but knew I couldn't.

On Thursday night it was $7 to get back into the dance hall. Man, was there an array of people! Young, old, casual, fancy, tattooed bikers, college kids, and everyone in between. The dance floor was packed and it was very crowded. I am severely claustrophobic so I didn't dare go in the back.

The bar was a joke. There are three bartenders going crazy. The bar is in the center of the place so the restaurant customers are trying to order and get drinks or refills. The dancers are trying to get drinks and water and then the third side is open for anyone in between trying to quench their dancing thirst.

If you want some authentic Texas dancing experience put on your boots and come on down. Anything other than that would no be worth it...Read more Wow, ok, there was such a diversity. Dress up or down and you'll be fine. But I'd protect your toes from any missed steps.

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Address: 13681 N. US Hwy 183, Austin, Texas, 78750-2209, United States