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Just south of downtown Austin is a two-block row of houses that seems like any other suburban stretch. Venture into this relaxed section of town, and you'll find some of the best bars in the city. If you want the absolute best cocktail around, go to .
The inside is dark and moody, begging you to try a stiff, spirit-forward Kentucky Colonel over murmured conversation, but the outdoor patio is all strung white lights and picnic benches, a better fit for a jaunty congnac-and-rye julep.
Throw in a selection of gourmet sausages and a huge outdoor seating area—perfect for the balmy weather Austin is expecting this weekend—and it’s basically the beer garden to end all beer gardens.
has all the trappings of a classic dive bar, with its weathered-wood floors and loud, live music.
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