5 Hottest Bars in Austin TX

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5 Hottest Bars in Austin TX

If you are the type who would love to have a drink or two and have fun night out, Austin TX has a lot to offer.  It’s plain to see that Austin is a city that values a good, stiff drink.  Each of these spots is a great place to go after a long day enjoying your Austin boat rental service from ATX Party Boats.
Here are the hottest bars in Austin TX:

Bridget Dunlap, a pioneer of the Rainey Street bar scene (Lustre Pearl, Clive Bar, Bar 96), brings this three-years-in-the-making nightlife spot painstakingly created out of stacked shipyard containers. The industrial-chic result casts a jagged, modern profile and offers a playful, colorful space with event-friendly courtyard and patio areas for DJs and other acts – with a bar for eclectic cocktails.

A standby for a “damn good time”, this Downtown “meat-market”/“bro bar” caters to mostly college kids but manages to set itself apart from its “dirty Sixth” neighbors thanks to a rooftop patio with prime views of the madness going on down below; it’s generally crowded, but with enough room to move and dance regulars don’t seem to mind, especially when it’s rocking with a live band upstairs.

This Downtown outpost of the “grown-up’s arcade” and sports-bar chain features foosball tables, indoor Skee-Ball, life-size Connect 4 and a multitude of “old-school” video games, which are free during the popular Freeplay Sunday when there’s also a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar; inexpensive drinks, including the signature pickle shots, are also a draw.

Showcasing live bands playing “real country music”, this “must-visit” “urban honky-tonk” in East Austin is a refreshing “alternative to the debauchery on Dirty Sixth”; a “spectacular cross-section” of “hipsters”, “pretty ladies” and “steam punks” flocks for “cold beer”, “delicious tacos” from the food trailer outside and service with “no attitude” – all of which contribute to a “twirlin’, two-steppin’, stompin’ good time.”

Lustre Pearl Rainey serves as a reincarnation to the renowned Bridget Dunlap bar. It is now relocated in East Austin. It is such a spacious bar. It features a rooftop patio giving you a view of the city, and incorporating the original design. A must try for every customer is their house cocktails, draught beer as well as their frozen drinks along with their backyard games.

Every bar has its own house specialty drink and different services for your tastes are available so go and explore this wilderness of watering holes and find your cup of tea.