Eater: "Easy Tiger has the winning Austin formula: in-house bread and pastries, craft beer, ping pong, and a friendly neighborhood atmosphere, in the most improbable of places: Dirty Sixth. [Eater 38 Member]"
Mike Winston: "Sometimes the best tacos in Austin are cooked in a school bus. Come for legit breakfast tacos & handmade guac and don't miss the barbacoa special if they've got it. Read more on WinstonWanderrs below!"
Outdoor Voices: "10 miles of trails border Lady Bird Lake in downtown Austin and serve as a social hub for runners, walkers and cyclists and provides a local respite from the city, without actually leaving the city."
Austin Chronicle: "Let your frea– we mean, geek flag fly while your eyes behold indie comics, 1st editions, figurines, manga, trade paperbacks, and graphic novels. The dedicated staff are friendly and know their stuff."
Julia Outerspace: "You will smell marijuana. You will see dogs and naked people. You will hear birds and running water. You will feel hot and sweaty. You will taste fresh air. ...And you should jump in the water."
Anitha Ramakrishnan: "Multiple hiking trails. Rock climbing area . Pets allowed . Saturday morning before 9 am isnt crowded. very close to Mopac."
Amanda Sanchez: "Beautiful 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 :)"
Maegan Harless: "Absolutely love this park. It's huge & has off leash areas for your dog. Great place to bring a picnic as well! Lots of restaurants near by and even trails to go for a run/bike ride on!"
Austin Chronicle: "Symphonies in the park. Phenomenal SXSW line-ups. Bats at dusk. Pups diving into nearby Town Lake. Best yet: The town's best free entertainment venue boasts the Austin skyline as backdrop."
Ben Sun: "The Strokes concert was surprisingly easy to get into for a free show, despite people hopping the fence near the port-a-potties. Vendors are super nice and some are fun to bargain with."