Another Austin favorite... the Warehouse district is the trendy place to go out in Austin. You get what you pay for... although a bit more expensive, the atmosphere is more sophisticated than the party scene in Sixth Street. I definitly recommend it!
The memories, or lack of them :). Austinites unite during the weekend to party at the relaxed sixth street. This is were most of the college crowd and young people go to have fun at weekends. On the plus side it's cheaper than the trendy Warehous district nearby.
The River Walk boast tons of night clubs, bars, and restaurant. It's the tourist destination of choice in San Antonio so I highly recommend it to y'all. There are plenty of places so shop around to see what suits you.
The best beer selection and a great time as well can always be had at The Gingeman.
It's become a chain but these two are particularly fun: Austin's is at 304 W. 4th St. and Dallas' is at 2718 Boll St.
Austin is the 'Live Music Capital of the World', you want to see a live band come here. Several play at different venues and different clubs along 6th. You want to go dancing too, pick a club there are many to choose from.
Dress Code: Casual to hip!
Because I live close to Austin, I would have to say that this is THE place to be! There is 6th Street and many other clubs and restaurants w/ bars to be and be seen at!
I think that Ivory Cats Tavern on 6th Street is a total blast! But there is also Austin City Limits Theatre where Austin City Limits is televised. They don't call Austin the Live Music Capital of the World for nothing!
Dress Code: Casual or Dress to Impress...whichever you prefer!
Deep Ellum in Dallas there are at least 50 bars -clubs in that area with music ranging from hard rock ,to blues to jazz many of the clubs have well known artist to play at any time of the year,
many tatoo parlors and some of the bars brew thier own beers
Dress Code: most of the establishments are casual some are dressy
There are many cool places for every taste!
Though if you want to get something special then i reccomend to go and have fun in COUNTRY BAR!!! Go and learn to dance like cowboys and cowgirls !!!!
There are many nightclubs in every city.. so you just have to find them.. although remember that in some places you have to dress up !
Neat place is SKY bar in downtown of Houston.. It is for Jazz music fans!!!
Also there are many PUBS in every city so i am sure that everybody will find their place to be!
Hey, while in Rome.... I mean Texas, make sure you check out the country music. I dont know if you will be able to learn the Two-Step in one night, but hang out, enjoy the music, have a beer and just watching can be a load of fun. Not to mention that you will not find country music anywhere else like they have here. Another shot of Rodeo, hey you can NEVER have too many rodeo pictures.
Don't think spot. The music scene in Texas is unique and profound. Texans are very musical people. Don't settle for canned music from a DJ when 2 doors down there will be a live band playing original music and there may even be barbeque to be had...
Texas music tends to be gituar driven, has cowboy and lating influences and tends to be good for 2 steppin...
All bars everywhere close at 2:00 a.m. Bartenders will call you a cab if you need one and sometimes even if you don't think that you do. It is generally best to take there advice in these matters.
Dress Code: Everything from super chic to bluejean
Like Ann Arbor, Michigan only much better. Both are university towns. Walking down Sixth Street, every single place is something different and happening. Go in one door and you are hearing a live blues band, go next door a country band, then next door you're eating the most authentic delicious Mexican food you have ever had in your life. And tourists and University students are all over, so you never get lonely. Get the picture?
The self proclaimed 'World's Largest Honky'Tonk'. It is the largest bar I have ever been in, honky tonk or not. Totally unbelievable.
Dress Code: You're in Texas, let's party! Lot's of jeans, and slick urban cowboy/cowpoke/cowgirl, but anything goes.
Great for people watching. You see all walks of life at this place. It's outside and a lot fun. Always packed on Sundays.
Dress Code: From Swimsuits to jeans to pajama bottoms, it doesn't really matter. It's so laid back.
I wouldn't venture outside at night outside of the big cities. Just kidding. Actually, even though baseball is pretty boring, it's extremely miserable to go to a game in Texas during the day, so catch one at night. It's a nice, generally cheap way to pass an evening. This is the EX Enron field, now the badly named Minute Maid Field. We were hoping for something more Texan like Dead Armadillo Field. It's in Houston.
The River Walk, in San Antonio.
Romanic in the evening lights. Little shops along the banks, all of which is directly below the hustle and bustle of the main downtown area.
Dress Code: Casual dress, shorts, t-shirts,
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