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O. Henry House and Museum
409 E 5th St
"Neat historical site. It's worth it to have a docent give you a tour."
Harry Ransom Center (HRC)
University of Texas at Austin (300 West 21st Street)
"Check out the Gutenberg Bible and the first photograph, of course. But also make sure to explore the temporary exhibit showcasing a selection of the Ransom's 41 million artifacts."
South Austin Popular Culture Center
1516 S Lamar Blvd (Oltorf)
"Get a little bit of Austin’s weird history at this center on Lamar. The center features rotating art exhibits of some of Austin’s quirky artists."
Dive Bar · $$
404 E 6th St (btwn Trinity St. & Neches St.)
"Excellent range of local beers on tap and rockers in attendance. The free wi-fi is a boon as well."
Casino El Camino
Dive Bar · $
517 E 6th St (bt Red River & Neches Sts)
"The buffalo burger is probably the best burger I've ever had. The verde fries also great and the Bloody Mary's looked truly impressive."
Iron Cactus Mexican Restaurant, Grill and Margarita Bar
Mexican · $$
606 Trinity St (at E 6th St)
"Whitefish tacos are perfect for hot temps. thanks to a papaya salsa garnish. The restaurant’s chicken fried steak deserves a mention for its size & tasty salty batter. —WC http://bit.ly/NlI3mX"
Austin's Best Museums - 2012
Created by Best of Foursquare6 items • 12 followers
SXSW Awesome Austin
Created by Derek Gebler20 items • 35 followers
Fore! A Course of Austin’s Best (and Weirdest)
Created by Dell18 items • 10 followers
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