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The Beer Lover's Guide to Austin, Texas

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Goose Island is traveling across the country to share the brewery love during Migration Week. But a person can't live on beer alone: In addition to some awesome breweries, the Goose Island team found amazing spots for everything from house-made Chex Mix to NOLA-style home cooking during their stop in Austin, Texas.

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The White Horse

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White Horse is known for being a can't-miss spot, and it definitely lives up to the hype. Cheap drinks, live music, and dancing every night at this honky tonk make it hard to pass up.

Tacodeli

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Tacos aren't hard to find in Austin, but Tacodeli has some of the best. We loved the queso and couldn't stop eating the insanely spicy salsa verde, even though it hurt a little.

The Sidewinder

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We knew we had to catch a show while in Austin, so we went to Sidewinder. It has two stages (with one located outdoors), making it a lovely setting for live music.

Easy Tiger

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Easy Tiger uses fresh and local ingredients to offer bread that's baked in-house and extensive options for lunch and dinner. We walked away still thinking about their delicious, house-made Chex Mix.

Banger's Sausage House & Beer Garden

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Pick anything from Banger's menu of delicious and interesting sausages and beers, then head to the picnic tables that are located in their large, outdoor space. We could definitely see ourselves spending entire afternoons in that yard.

Nubian Queen Lola Cajun

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There's nothing else like Queen Lola's, a hidden gem that serves up authentic, New Orleans-style home cooking inside an old house on the east side of town.

Jester King Brewery

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Open fermentation and koelschips make our hearts skip a beat. Jester King is one of the finest breweries in the country — we loved every beer consumed and every minute spent at their facility.
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The White Horse

White Horse is known for being a can't-miss spot, and it definitely lives up to the hype. Cheap drinks, live music, and dancing every night at this honky tonk make it hard to pass up.

Tacodeli

Tacos aren't hard to find in Austin, but Tacodeli has some of the best. We loved the queso and couldn't stop eating the insanely spicy salsa verde, even though it hurt a little.

The Sidewinder

We knew we had to catch a show while in Austin, so we went to Sidewinder. It has two stages (with one located outdoors), making it a lovely setting for live music.

Easy Tiger

Easy Tiger uses fresh and local ingredients to offer bread that's baked in-house and extensive options for lunch and dinner. We walked away still thinking about their delicious, house-made Chex Mix.

Banger's Sausage House & Beer Garden

Pick anything from Banger's menu of delicious and interesting sausages and beers, then head to the picnic tables that are located in their large, outdoor space. We could definitely see ourselves spending entire afternoons in that yard.

Nubian Queen Lola Cajun

There's nothing else like Queen Lola's, a hidden gem that serves up authentic, New Orleans-style home cooking inside an old house on the east side of town.

Jester King Brewery

Open fermentation and koelschips make our hearts skip a beat. Jester King is one of the finest breweries in the country — we loved every beer consumed and every minute spent at their facility.

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