My favorite walk with visitors and friends anytime.bookstores,sushi, music at Gueros, Continental Club, South Austin Hotel, San Jose hotel, people watching at its best.Good vibes from tourists and locals.
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Fun, funky, the reason our slogan works with "Keep Austin Weird". There are tons of great restaurants and food trucks, fun bars for just drinks, fantastic music, unique and interesting shops to wander through, the iconic Allen's Boots with the gigantic boot above the door...More
There are tons of fun restaurants lining South Congress and even more crazy little shops. It's a perfect place to spend a few hours and get some fun souvenirs! There are some awesome little novelties at Monkey See Monkey Do, great nostalgic candy at Big...More
There's so many restaurants to choose from and the Crow Bar is a must see, it's a small bar with southern feel. No much parking but we had a great time exploring the area.
What can I say? South Congress Avenue, lovingly referred to as SoCo, is part of what keeps Austin weird and wonderful. Over the years, old, run-down hotels and shops have given way to trendy boutiques, unique dining experiences, galleries and music venues. This is THE...More
We came here to look around before going to a concert. Lots of unique shops and food truck options. Very 'hippie' type atmosphere, I didn't really think it was family friendly but there was some folks out with kiddos in strollers (lots of fragile items...More
Unique shopping and food experiences just South of downtown. Never had Torchys before and it was great. Great shopping you cant get anywhere else.
This place is so full of a strange energy, you can walk after dark and you still feel safe around. Lots of vintage stores, some food trucks close by and a general sense of a college town.
Love South Congress, every time I am there I have a great time and enjoy the Peach Bellinis at S Congress Cafe, live music and awesome coffee!
SoCo has a number of eclectic shops and dining venues. Its worth a 2 hour stop to browse, walk around, and enjoy some local flavor. There's a very large boot and cowboy hat store which offers the tourist a chance to see how many different...More