Austin’s South Lamar neighborhood is brimming with restaurants, shops, art galleries and music shops to explore. Don’t miss the area tacos. They are some of the city’s best.
Here are some of our favorite South Lamar attractions:
- Alamo Drafthouse
Enjoy a cold beer, good food and smorgasbord of entertainment, depending on the night and the crowd. Diversions range from sing-alongs to dinner and a movie and much more.
1120 S. Lamar Blvd.
These unique kiosk concept dining experience features two things: coffee and wine. Patika is newer to the South Lamar neighborhood, but has quickly become a popular spot to wake up or wind down.
2159 S. Lamar Blvd.
Where Asian smokehouse meets Texas barbecue in a rustic spot with beer, wine & cocktails
and a giant patio for socializing and gathering!
2115 S Lamar Blvd
- Matts El Rancho
Opened in 1952, this popular restaurant was one of the originators of Austin Tex-Mex! Open
for brunch, lunch and dinner, Matt's has a large patio that's perfect for enjoying a drink and the can’t-miss Bob Armstrong Dip.
2613 S Lamar Blvd
- South Austin Music
For 25 years, this venue has been home to music lovers, on the stage and off. The employees live and breathe music. head here for shopping, repairs or lessons.
1402 S. Lamar Blvd.
- Gibson Street Bar
Located in the heart of the South Lamar neighborhood, choose from a large list of craft
beers, cocktails and wine. The bar also has an on-site food truck and offers live music on the
patio each weekend.
1109 S Lamar Blvd
- Broken Spoke
Historical and rustic country dancing hall. Enjoy live music and free dance lessons, as well as some true, country cooking!
3201 S. Lamar Blvd. Austin, TX 78704
- Lick Ice Creams
Nothing beats theTexas heat like ice cream. The creators of Lick use high-quality, whole ingredients and local dairy. Flavors are also unique with Roasted Beets & Fresh Mint; Goat Cheese, Thyme & Honey, Dark Chocolate, Olive Oil & Sea Salt and more. Vegan and dairy-free selections are available.
2032 S. Lamar Blvd.
This long-time Austin taco joint, started as humble food truck on South 1st, way before food trucks were a thing and has since grown to a chain operation with locations all over the state, including 10 in Austin. and has, since its inception, expanded to a chain with locations all over the state, and over 10 in Austin alone.
3005 S. Lamar Blvd.
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