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- 72%Local Culture
- 72%Green Travelers
- 51%Adventure Travelers
- 51%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (8)
- Easy TigerNov 08, 2013
Downtown Sixth Street can be a nightmare of gritty dance clubs and overcrowded college bars. Thankfully, there's Easy Tiger, located on Sixth, just west of Interstate 35. It's a casual beer garden and bar that features plenty of indoor and outdoor seating (complete with ping-pong tables) overlooking Waller Creek, with an unpretentious atmosphere that's perfect for any casual night out. The draft beer selection is vast (and tasty) and all of bread (and oversized soft pretzels) are made in the in-house bakery. Everything is delicious (they recently received a nod from Food & Wine Magazine), but don't miss the beer cheese and housemade sausage.
- Easy TigerMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Sep 27, 2013
Upstairs, you can pick up freshly baked giant pretzels, pastries and bread. Downstairs, enjoy one of their many beers on tap including local microbrews, take it out to their beer garden and challenge your friends to a game of ping pong.Recommended for:Trendsters
- Easy TigerJul 28, 2013
Easy Tiger's full name is Easy Tiger Bake Shop and Beer Garden. I was told that the baguettes and batards here were very close to those one could get at a boulangerie in France. Firstly, American baguettes and French baguettes will always be different because our flour is not the same. (At least in Austin, I have not found a grocery store to import flour - I mean can you even? moving on..) That being said, I was very pleased by the quality of the bread, it's freshness and especially it's taste. So if you're an ex-pat or just longing for something that will bring you a little wisp of France, this is the place. Go early in the morning - so far as I know they only make one round every day. The bakery offers croissants and pain au chocolats as well as some danishes. The croissants look good, but I will have to investigate and I see if they are loaded with sugar or not. I tried one of Easy Tiger's pastries called Tiger's claw - a very interesting and intriguing pastry. It had a pecan filling with cumin and a hint of cinnamon (I'm probably missing a spice). It is pretty rich, I will say.
If you're looking for information on the beer garden, I will say that it had a large area a level below the street with a nice terrace.
Easy Tiger is also located right where IH 35 and 6th street meet - it's right across from The Boiling Pot.
- Easy TigerAmbassadorMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 3Oct 04, 2013
If you are a beer drinking girl, then you will love this place. Located on dirty 6th, close to the highway this beer joint has about 40+ beers on tap or in bottles and has plenty of outdoor seating andeven a couple of ping pong tables as well. They also serve some great casual food like pretzels and sandwiches. From here it is an easy walk to the East side, Rainey Street or anywhere else downtown.