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The Wine and Food Foundation of Texas will host its 12th annual Tour de Vin this Thursday night, September 18th. The annual tasting tour is an opportunity for your taste buds travel around the world, with more than 80 fine wines paired with fresh bites prepared by some of Austin’s best restaurants.
Football season is upon us again as teams of all levels start their seasons in Central Texas and beyond. To make it easier for downtown Austinites to navigate the football-loving lifestyle, local establishments across the city offer a variety of ways to enjoy the games with an Austin twist. From bars with big screen TVs to entire tailgating extravaganzas, here are a few ways to celebrate the return of football in style:
Located on Congress Avenue just a block down from The Austonian luxury condominiums, Counter 3. Five. VII. is an unconventional new restaurant that offers a fresh take on the dining experience. Slated to open this fall, the restaurant features a counter-only seating model to offer diners and the chefs behind their meals a chance to closely interact with one another.
Many of Austin’s current inhabitants aren’t natives, but still love to be a part of the “Keep Austin Weird” culture that makes this city so distinct. Until September 14th, visitors to the Bullock Texas State History Museum can experience the inception of Austin’s “weird” at the museum’s new “When Austin Got Weird” exhibit which showcases the 60s and 70s counterculture that transformed Austin from the political capital of Texas to the Live Music Capital of the world.
Imagine a completely custom home specifically designed to suit your personal preferences and style with unimpeded 360 degree views of one of the most beautiful areas in Texas. The penthouses at The Austonian offer this and more—luxurious downtown living and exceptional service with a personal touch. These four, full-floor residences at the peak of the tallest residential building in Texas offer an experience that is unlike anything else in the city.