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Thrift / Vintage
701 Newman Dr. (Lake Austin Blvd.)
"Advantages: good selection, in a nice neighborhood, near a Twin Liquors, 7-11, CVS, Randall's & a yummy Tex-Mex restaurant BUT Disadvantage: being the most expensive GW I've been to outside of NYC."
St Vincent de Paul Thrift Store
1327 S Congress Ave (at Gibson)
"Priced how all Austin thrift stores should be, the the most part. Nice staff. Good finds."
Texas Thrift Store
5319 N I H 35
"Big store with real thrift prices, unlike the trendy vintage stores around town. Of course, you have to look a little longer to find those gems, but in the end worth it. I'd check out the home decor/a"
Toys & Games
403 W 2nd St (Guadalupe St.)
"Awesome board game selection (some rare/German ones not available in your standard tabletop gaming store). Also check out the attached candy store!"
Spider House Patio Bar & Cafe
Bar · $$
2908 Fruth St (at W 29th St)
"The coolest, hippest, most fun coffee shop/bar in the world - or at least in Austin. A perfect place to people watch. I suggest sitting outside. During SXSW they have live music all day and night."
2406 Guadalupe St
"Great, inexpensive urban fashion. Check out their wide selection of Levi's and their quality shirts and boots."
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Buffalo Outlet 145 W Olmos Dr (btwn McCullough & San Pedro)
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