Located in the famed Sixth Street area of downtown Austin, The Driskill is a perfect choice if you want to stay at a conveniently located, non-chain, historic hotel. This is a luxury hotel and a member of The Historic Hotels of America. Built over a century ago, The Driskill is restored regularly to maintain its old charm and character, while ...
Restaurants near The Driskill for Business Travelers
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- 50.21 mi0.21 mi from The Driskill5 reviews
Located upstairs from the famous Elephant Room jazz club, Swift's Attic is a gem of a sexy and moody speakeasy-style bar and restaurant that serves up mouth-watering small bites with a lot of Asian influences. Loved their Foie gras & Niman pork belly bahn minis, oxtail flatbread, fried chicken meatballs and grilled baby octupus. The Reunited cocktail was amazing.Popular withFoodiesLocalBusiness
- 60.23 mi0.23 mi from The Driskill
#BeStuffed Truluck's is indeed a little pricey, but that's what makes it one our favorite happy hour spots. Happy hour is between 4:30 and 7 pm Monday through Saturday andf all night Sunday. You have to sit in the bar area to partake of the deals, but it's worth it. Most of appetizers and drinks are just $5. BrokeGirlsGuide.comPopular withFoodiesLuxuryBusiness
- 70.19 mi0.19 mi from The Driskill14 reviews
Growing up, I was never a big fan of hotdogs. I always thought the meat was questionable. Frank's elevates hotdogs from a child comfort food, to adult gourmet. They have a wide variety of toppings and are very reasonably priced. They also have a handful of good beers available as well. I think Frank's is a great food option if ...Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLocal
- 80.22 mi0.22 mi from The Driskill
I ain't gonna lie. This place was a wee bit intimidating from the moment i walked in. I mean I'm no food or wine connoisseur and the waitstaff just seemed like they were. But that's all they were: knowledgeable about the menu, honest, and friendly....no hint of pretention whatsoever. In addition, they were very encouraging of any questions. In fact, ...Popular withFoodiesLGBTFamilies
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- 100.14 mi0.14 mi from The Driskill5 reviews
A Russian vodka bar/restaurant is definitely not what you would think about when thinking about Austin, but this place has a great vibe to it and naturally seems to attract Russians and an international/worldly crowd. On some nights they Have live music and all the music is Russian. The vodkas range from fruity flavors to unique flavors like horseradish and ...
- 110.19 mi0.19 mi from The Driskill
I Fu$ken love Kebabalicious. This is some of the best drunk or sober trailer food to eat. I use to go to this cart after partying on 6th street to have a "hit the spot" snack. The line at night can be a little long at times, but you will be happy to wait. They go as fast they can. ...Popular withBudgetFoodiesNightlife
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- 140.21 mi0.21 mi from The Driskill3 reviews
Manuel's has the best tuna ceviche in Austin. Located north of SoCo you can often get a table right away. I love the fluffiness of the chips, the kick of the Mexican martinis and the food presentation is always lovely. They have happy hour every day from 4 to 6 with half-price appetizers and two dollars off cocktails. Great place ...
- 150.18 mi0.18 mi from The Driskill3 reviews
This was one of the first high-end sushi restaurants in Austin...period. The food is good, the ambiance is still nice, but there are better options, in my opinion. I typically come here for a cocktail and an appetizer on my way somewhere else.Popular withLocalFoodiesNightlife
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- 180.12 mi0.12 mi from The Driskill2 reviews
This was one of the first coffee shops that made me ask myself "Why didnt you come here to study more often." Do Joe's attracts tons of students, professionals that are readying books or having work sessions. Being there always inspires me and motivates me to get more work done. The coffee is pretty good and I have always been ...Popular withLocal
- 190.21 mi0.21 mi from The Driskill2 reviews
Located in a great area of downtown with lots of new establishments, La Traviata is best known for its brunch with $1 mimosas. The staff is really fun and quick and attentive. The food is pretty good too. I loved the eggs Benedict and having brunch there is a great way to start your weekend. It gets packed on the ...
- 200.07 mi0.07 mi from The Driskill2 reviews
A sot where you can get some "healthy food", between all the barbecue feasts in Texas. Quite a good selection, too. Oh, and if they say it's hot & spicy, believe me, it is hot & spicy!!!