whitney • November 30, 2010First time here and want to try something safe? Go with the 'Sure Thing'. Wanna try something with an interesting, but delicious taste? Give the 'Girls on Film' a try! Also, an Aloe Vera shot is surpr
Amanda S. • October 29, 2012Beautiful park to just relax and bring your dog to.....and during the day on the weekdays are mainly empty so its really nice when you just need some fresh air but quiet time as well :)
John M. • December 26, 2014Fabi and Rosi is not a French Restaurant per say but more European and German oriented. Great fare, fish, pork, beef as well as a great wine list. Small home and has a great intimate feel.
Social N. • November 27, 2012Only $1 for kids and $2 for adults, easy parking and beautiful scenery throughout, it's fun for kids to run around and look at the dinosaurs and koi fish or just a peaceful walk for the adults
2101 Barton Springs Rd (at William Barton Dr), Austin
Brad K. • June 2, 2010I recommend bringing a book (and sunscreen) and reading on the side of the hill. The kids/families are on the shallow end (near the entrance); the adults are by the deep end. Do it!
Eater • January 7, 2014This is Larry McGuire at his best: high-quality ingredients, buzzy atmosphere, and great execution every time. Oysters are their specialty, but the burger is worth checking out, too. [Eater 38 Member]
Natarie E. • February 8, 2012Fresh produce delivered everyday, all-natural beef, chicken, and eggs (the eggs are even hand-picked from happy chickens!) at affordable prices... why would you go anywhere else?
Austin Chronicle • March 23, 2013The historic Nau's remains an old-fashioned independent drugstore with the last soda fountain standing in Austin. Breakfasts, grilled cheese, and fountain drinks best enjoyed on a counter stool.