Sleep Inn & Suites
2720 East US Hwy. 290
Dripping Springs, TX 78620
Phone: (512) 858-2400
Fax: (512) 858-2410
2720 East US Hwy. 290 , Dripping Springs, TX, US, 78620
- Phone: (512) 858-2400
- Fax: (512) 858-2410
Boomerz is one of the most casual nightclub and bar one could ever be at. The interiors of this fine establishment are quite welcoming. A place where you will encounter a mixed aged friendly crowd over 21 years of age of course, and the staff here too are bankable and attentive. The music here is quite electrifying while the lighting fixtures are smartly placed. The dance floor is fairly big. This slightly dim lit bar also has karaoke nights and live music. It's also a sports bar having around eight pool tables, televisions mainly displaying sports channels, arcade tables and so on. There's lots in store for you at this bar.
Evangeline's Cafe gets its name from a Longfellow poem and you're forgiven if you're surprised. True, the stuffed animals and neon beer signs don't say Longfellow but diners don't come here expecting a romantic setting for two either. It's for the food and the live music. The kitchen at Evangeline's holds its own in the cajun and creole department, the signature dishes being the gumbo and the crawfish, both with ample meat and cheese. The cafe features new acts every night and the dancing is sure to help you burn some calories. Ignore the no frills impression that you get when you first walk into Evangeline's Cafe and you're guaranteed to have a good time.
Sam's Town Point is quite a casual bar, where you will find a lot of usual aspects which one would find in most bars in Austin. Buffalo wings, beer battered mushrooms and lots more on their menu. And the drinks are available at great prices. Not to mention the live music of many genres from rock to country to blues and so on. A easy-going place to relax and enjoy your drink.
Broken Spoke is a western honky-tonk that was established in 1964 and rapidly became an Austin favorite for country-western dancing. The “Spoke” is true country in a real dance hall with a real wood-plank floor. Watch cowboys and locals two-step the night away to live bands from around Texas. This dance hall provides an excellent atmosphere for those just learning to two-step or die-hard country fans driving in from the ranch for the weekend. Practice the Polka, Texas Two-Step or the Chicken, and be sure to try the Cotton-Eyed Joe. There is also a restaurant that serves traditional country food like chicken fried steak.
Warehouse Saloon & Billiards is not just a bar but an exceptional twenty-four years old sports bar. Exceptional because this one has lot to offer other than just drinks. As you enter, you will realize that the people in there are quite casual, having their drinks, watching the game on to big TV screen and so on. Now there are quite a few things one can do at this bar. If you love darts or even if you want to try it, there exists a dart board, where you can try your luck. Three to four foosball tables to add to the fun. Not to mention the mini-arcade section. And the biggest of 'em all is the room full of pool tables, where people just cant get enough of it. Oh! And how could one forget about the drinks especially when they are available at great prices and the staff good at their service. The bar does have karaoke nights too along with some live music. It's complete sports bar to many.
Saxon Pub, located on South Lamar, has a very intimate setting and possesses a classy atmosphere. Live bands and more make this pub quite a hang-out for the locals. Although there is no food available here, you can always bring your own food or even order for that matter. Sports is broadcast on the multiple screens during the day. Saxon Pub is a great place to unwind with some refreshing beer. A comfy ambiance to say the least. Cheers!
This cafe is one of the hottest spots to mingle, at Austin. The Hills are alive with the sound of music, food and attentive service. Dig into the succulent sizzler's, salads, soups, barbecues; the wine list is endless and the menu includes both lunch and dinner. Located very conveniently near the Austin Bergstrum International Airport, climb those hills, it's worth it.
If city parking is like rain on your downtown drinking parade, look no further than the Mean Eyed Cat on West 5th Street. The one-room, no-cover dive bar has an urban feel, but boasts a parking lot that would put Costco to shame. Built to honor the late great Johnny Cash, the Mean Eyed Cat has a crowded back patio and plenty of man-in-black collectibles. The Mean Eyed stage, featuring live music almost every night of the week, is popular with patrons of all ages. Order a shot at the bar to go down, down, down into a burning ring of fire.
A cheap and satisfying eatery for barbecue lovers and non lovers, Green Mesquite offers it all; from lean and tender pork ribs, ‘po' boys' to vegetable burgers. Sip on a chilled beer while you dig into your Chicken Fried Steak in the cheery outdoor courtyard or roll up your sleeves for the all-you-can-eat special. They also offer Low Carb Plates for the health conscious and reasonable Kid's Plates served with fries. Live music, succulent barbecue, beer and bright sunlight; this is a little piece of Texan barbecue paradise.
Come enjoy country western music in a railroad relic. This venue, although slightly outside of downtown, provides an excellent opportunity to dance and watch older country western pros strut their stuff. The old Texas feel and the relaxing atmosphere make a great team with cold beer and great music.
Sometimes the weather just calls out to be enjoyed and when that happens make the most of it by heading to the Tree House Italian Grille, where you can sit on the pretty patio, and enjoy a meal. The grille serves Italian-American food and offers up delights like the veal cannelloni, which is homemade. Adding to the charm of this restaurant are the live music nights on Fridays and Saturdays. So, go ahead book a table and take someone special because you won't feel like leaving for a long time.
There was a time when music from local musicians was free, and great Southern food was BBQ ed in the park. But those days are gone; the park is now used for concerts and firework celebrations on the Fourth of July. Located near the picturesque Town Lake and across from the old Palmer Auditorium, the venue is usually busy during summer. The name of Auditorium Shores is derived from its location along the shore of Town Lake. You will also find the Town Lake Hike, the Bike Trail, a gazebo and the Stevie Ray Vaughan statue.