About Austin's Rainey Street District
Austin's Rainey Street District has grown immensely since the first bar opened back in 2009. It has since become one of the cities hottest night life scene. In just half a mile you can find bar after bar, each with its own personality catering to a different crowd. Whether you want to sit back and relax over a cold beer or enjoy a nice whisky, the Rainey Street District features some of the best bars in Austin.
Restaurants in Austin's Rainey Street District
El Naranjo offers delicious traditional Mexican cuisine, including Oaxacan street staples and daily specials like mole and tamales. The menu draws from the rich flavors of Mexican cooking, and features dishes like moletes, tostadas, and tacos fritos. El Naranjo is dedicated to serving well seasoned dishes created using fresh vegetables and herbs, savory salsas, moles, tortillas and breads made on site daily. The restaurant is operated by a mom and pop team Iliana and Ernesto de la Vega. Illiana runs the kitchen and Ernesto manages the floor. Use this link to learn more about El Naranjo on Rainey Street.
Banger's Sausage House and Beer Garden
Sausage lovers and beer drinkers rejoice! Banger's Sausage House and Beer Garden is here. Featuring over 30 kinds of sausage, including a few vegetarian and exotic options, and 103 beers on tap. Banger's Sausage and Beer Garden offers a relaxed environment with a spacious outdoor seating area, a stage for live music, a fenced in yard for your dog to play off leash, and of course great food and beer. Use this link to learn more about Banger's Sausage House and Beer Garden on Rainey Street.
Great Bars in Austin's Rainey Street District
Icenhauer's offers patrons a cozy indoor bar area and a large back patio, perfect for those beautiful evening Austin has to offer. The menu showcases an extensive selection of specialty drinks, as well as a great selections of wines, imported and domestic beers. Icenhauer's is a great place to enjoy a few drinks with friends in a laid back environment. Use this link to learn more about Icenhauer's on Rainey Street.
Javelina was modeled after some of the cities best ice houses and historic dance halls. The menu features local brews in both draft and can, specialty cocktails, and a great selection of wine as well as a simple menu with some classic bar food. Javelina is a rustic Ice house with plenty of outdoor seating area and great drink. Use this link to learn more about Javelina on Rainey Street.
Lustre Pearl was the first bar to open on Rainey Street, with its unveil back in 2009. The renovated house turned bar has several different rooms perfect for mingling, each with a few seats and plenty of standing room. The front yard is equipped with tables and chairs, as well as a ping pong table that doubles as a beer pong table. Lustre Pearl offers every kind of drink imaginable, from the classic ice cold beer to their unique specialty cocktails. Use this link to learn more about the Lustre Pearl on Rainey Street.
If you think summers are hot in Texas, wait till you feel the heat from The Yellow Rose. Owner Mike Persinger and General Manager Don King have redefined the standard in gentlemen's entertainment.
Icenhauer's offers a great selection of beer, wine, and specialty drink with drink specials Monday thru Thursday.
Come visit the most famous bar in the United States. Coyote Ugly is located on historic 6th street. Drop in and drool over the hottest bartenders in Austin!
The Rainey Street District is one of Austin's hottest night life scene. Comprised of mostly old homes converted into bars and restaurants, there are several unique and interesting places to eat and buy drinks for a perfect night of barhopping. With several bars, each with its own personalty, there is a place for everyone