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East Austin, Austin, TX

Did you know? East Austin is a unique and exciting place to live. Forbes Magazine named it the 7th 'hippest hipster neighborhood' out of 250 neighborhoods in the entire country. Many Austin residents herald East Austin as an epicenter of activities and culture.

Overview of East Austin

Located near I-35, East Austin is close to many coveted areas, such as Downtown, South Congress Ave, and Lady Bird Lake. Additionally, this neighborhood is home to students, families, and even entrepreneurs. The East Austin area offers many different opportunities for recreation, dining, and shopping.

Best of East Austin

Check out some of East Austin's finest offerings. Juan in A Million is famous for breakfast tacos, a favorite breakfast item of East Austinites. This popular food destination is home to the famous one pound breakfast taco, which is stuffed with bacon, potatoes, eggs, and cheese. Joe's Bakery is well-known for its Mexican style bakery and coffee. This unique eatery is located on East 7th Street and has been serving Austin residents for over 50 years. Farewell Books is located on East Cesar Chavez and stocks progressive book collections. It also features its own art gallery.

Top 5 East Austin Adventures

  1. Visit the oldest building in Austin: The French Legation Museum is a local novelty that is rich in history. Here, visitors can go on a tour, take part in special events, or participate in its family and school programs.
  2. View the most expansive art collection in Central Texas: The Blanton Museum of Art is located within the University of Texas at Austin. It is known for its collections of modern and contemporary Latin and American art.
  3. Get wet at Lady Bird Lake: Austin Water Bikes is the premier way to view Lady Bird Lake and spend some quality time with friends. It is also a great way to get some exercise and enjoy the Texas sunshine.
  4. Stop and smell the roses: The Lyndon B. Johnson National Park has a lot to offer its visitors, including the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Garden. You can also enter the LBJ Library and enjoy the other outdoor scenery.
  5. Take in the authentic Texas State history: The Texas State Capitol is a must-see for everyone living in or passing through Texas. Free tours allow visitors to experience the history and government structure of Texas, and self-guided tours allow guests to see the governor's mansion.