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The beauty of living in Austin is that you don’t have to go far to feel worlds away. One of our favorite escapes is  Hyatt Regency Lost Pines & Spa, a gorgeous 405-acre property on the banks of the Lower Colorado River between Austin and Bastrop. It’s just a 20-minute drive to paradise!

And now the resort is embracing the “staycation” trend and offering a ton of—and we mean like endless—activities to entice families to bail on city life for a few days give ourselves a much-deserved break. They’ve just announced its lineup that offers everything from outdoor survival skill classes, moonlight stand-up paddle board tours of Lake Bastrop, and special rates for horseback rides!  

Younger guests can also take part in the “Pony Trail Ride Adventure,” an abbreviated trail ride experience where children learn about horses while being led side-by-side by an experienced handler. Trail rides are $85 per person, and the “Pony Trail Ride Adventure” costs $45.

Led by a naturalist with the LCRA, the one-hour survival class will teach children the basics of outdoor survival skills including fire building, water filtration, shelter building, edible plants and insects, cordage and knot tying, as well as wilderness first aid. The organization will also feature “Extreme Teen Challenges” where teenage guests and their parents can take part in some of the LCRA’s most daring activities including zip lining at Zip Lost Pines, rock climbing, and gladiator challenges.

A new moonlight stand up paddle board tour of the nearby Lake Bastrop is an amazing experience. As the resort is directly connect to the Colorado River, guests can take the “Kayak the Colorado” excursion in which they are led by a guide who discusses the local scenery, wildlife, and foliage of the area, or enjoy the “Sunset Raft Trip” tour which takes place at dusk when local animals are most likely to be seen in their natural habitat.

Additionally, the resort will provide a jam-packed itinerary of family-friendly spring break activities including tractor-drawn hay rides, family movie nights, magic shows, an inflatable bounce house, glow-in-the-dark putt-putt and glow dance parties, nightly s’mores by the firepit, and scavenger hunts, as well as arts and crafts sessions with everything from slime making to tie-dying shirts. It’s camp for everyone! Families can also take part in friendly competition with lawn bowling tournaments, volleyball and soccer games, as well as several giant yard games including Jenga, Connect 4, chess, and more.

Kids and their parents will also get a chance to meet the resort’s mascots, including two Texas longhorns, an American mustang, miniature horses, and alpacas.   

As always, guests can relax at the on-site Crooked River Water Park. The water park features an activity pool with a sandy beach for building sand castles, a 1,000-foot lazy river, and two-story water slide. It also includes a splash pad for children and an adults-only section with a relaxing pool and whirlpool.

The resort also provides Camp Hyatt, a kid-friendly program that introduces young travelers to the Lone Star State. While children are enjoying a fun-filled time with arts and crafts, games, and sports, parents can enjoy a round-of golf at Wolfdancer Golf Club or escape to total relaxation with customized treatments at the on-site Spa Django.

To learn more and reserve your staycation to find your #LostPinesMoment, click here or call or call 512-308-1234.


Because of that Marie Kondo magic, we’ve all spent the last month meticulously folding our underwear and donating our extensive collection of branded swag. And now it’s time for phase two—the deep clean!

Thankfully, a company has expanded into Austin to help us all live our best lives. Modern Maids is exactly what it sounds like, a cleaning service for the 21st century. A green cleaning service! Ban those toxic chemicals from your life. They provide all the supplies and equipment and offer flat-rate pricing that makes booking super convenient. Once you’ve noticed that crazy layer of dust that lives on each of your ceiling fan blades (gah!) you can book with Modern Maids in under a minute.

And what’s really great is that you can leave your home while they clean and rest assured that everything will be fine. They are insured and bonded and do background checks on their employees. For apartments, they even have a key release option where you work with your leasing office to let them in your pad.

Cleanliness leads to happiness, so let Modern Maids take it from here. And guess what! Our readers receive an exclusive 25% discount when they book by using promo code 365thingsaustin. Click here to schedule an appointment.


Something special and new called Revival is happening this year at SXSW and offering you a chance to escape the city rush, while still seeing big name acts in one please. The mini fest will be held at Camp Lucy,  a ranch-style resort in Dripping Springs, in the heart of the beautiful Hill Country just outside of Austin.

Attendees will get an intimate music experience and get to see a slate of bands handpicked by local Austin musician and event curator Matthew Logan Vasquez, widely known as the co-founder and frontman for Delta Spirit. Vasquez will perform at the inaugural event as well.

Here’s the full lineup …

The inaugural event will feature a very special solo performance from the Denver-based singer/songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff, best known for his work with Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats; in addition to playing host for a variety of Texas talent such as the Americana-rocker Shakey Graves, who continues to perform in support of his fifth studio album Can’t Wake Up released last May; Grammy Award-winning songstress Patty Griffin, who is set to release her latest self-titled album this March; the Texas supergroup Glorietta, which is comprised of several Revival acts in Matthew Logan Vasquez, Noah Gundersen and Jason Robert Blum as well as beloved local musicians Kelsey Wilson and Adrian Quesada; and indie-pop darlings Wild Child, whose accolades include being named twice as the “Best Indie Band” by the Austin Chronicle Music Awards.

Other notable performers include country-soul singer Charley Crockett, who just released his fifth album in four years this December and who is currently preparing a major comeback later in 2019 as he recovers from open-heart surgery this January; Texas-Americana collective The Texas Gentlemen; 1960’s psychedelic rock-influenced singer-songwriter Nicole Atkins, who will perform in support of her fourth studio album released in 2017, Goodnight Rhonda Lee; acclaimed Seattle-born singer/songwriter Noah Gundersen; and three other notable acts from Austin – Carson McHone, Jason Robert Blum and a DJ set from Vinyl.

Click here to learn more and get your tickets.

Whether you’re single, heartbroken, or moving in with your soulmate—Valentine’s Day can be a daunting holiday. Expectations always run high and in a city like Austin, there are so many plans to chose from.

That’s why we partnered with Kendra Scott to swoop in like little baby cupids to help you pull off an evening to remember. Let’s paint the town red! Here are our top, fool-proof plans.

Galentines Options:

Kendra Scott x Bumble BFF Galentine’s Event

Join Kendra Scott and Bumble Bff as they celebrate one of our favorite holidays of the year- Galentine’s Day!

Grab your best gals to shop for your favorite date night looks, share a champagne toast with your bestie and treat yourself to a mini floral bouquet from The Flower Social ATX with any purchase.

Can’t join for the Galentine’s Day fun? Be sure to stop by the South Congress Flagship store for a special Valentine’s gift packages!

Date and Time:
Wednesday, February 13th, 6pm-8pm

Kendra Scott Flagship
1701 South Congress
Austin, TX 78704

Information: Click Here

BFF Galentine’s Celebration

Galentine’s is almost more popular than Valentine’s these days! And there is a buffet of gal-oriented options this year. Join Bumble BFF and Adelante Boutique to celebrate Galentine’s with your besties! Enjoy complimentary treats and beverages.

Date and Time:
Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

1206 W 38th St.
Austin, Texas 78705

Information: Click Here

Singles Mingle At The Belmont

So you’re single. Rather than watching a Lifetime movie of the week, why not go out on what is the biggest night of the year in Austin and meet the people looking for love.

Date and Time:
Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

The Belmont
305 West 6th Street
Austin, TX 78701

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The Nightowls

This 10-piece local band has earned national accolades from pubs like The Atlantic and Southern Living. They spread the gospel of classic R&B and soul around the country and will undoubtedly make your heart sing.

Date and Time:
Thursday, February 14, 2019, Doors at 8:00 p.m. / Show at 9:00 p.m.

Austin City Limits Live
310 Willie Nelson Blvd, Suite 1A
Austin, TX, 78701

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QUEEN OF HEARTS: 3rd Annual Galentine’s Show

Get your gals together and join the atxGALS for a pop-up party celebrating some amazing female artists in this city. It’s the third year in a row for this event we truly love! Fair Market will be transformed for the evening into a Queen of Hearts land that will make your inner child jump up and down.

Date and Time:
Friday, February 8, 2019 at 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM CST

Fair Market
1100 E 5th St,
Austin, TX 78702

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Robert Ellis Special Valentine’s Day Performance

Come celebrate Robert Ellis’s brand new album, Texas Piano Man from New West Records! Refreshments provided by Shiner Beer.

Date and Time:
Friday, February 14, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.

Waterloo Records
600 N Lamar Blvd,
Austin, TX 78703

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Moulin Rouge! Movie Party

Until you’ve seen this movie, and sung the songs in a theater with 200 other heart-swept people, you’ll never really know what it’s like to be in love. Bring a date, or else make sure you choose your seat carefully, because you WILL end up falling in love with the person sitting next to you.

Date and Time:
Saturday, February 9 – Thursday, February 14, 2019 (Showtimes Vary)

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
1120 S Lamar Blvd,
Austin, TX 78704

Information: Click Here

Old Love

Old Love takes real facts about your grandparents and spins them into heartfelt improvised comedy. Funny and poignant, uplifting and uproarious, spend an intimate evening exploring the evolution of a well-aged relationship—perfect for date night or anyone who cried at the beginning of Up.

Date and Time:
Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

ColdTowne Theater
4803 Airport Boulevard
Austin, TX 78751

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Whisler’s Valentine’s Day

Whisler’s will be featuring a special bubbles and booze menu for the evening and giving out chocolates, flowers, and hand-made love bundles throughout the night. Find your fortune with Tarot readings and watch the legendary Seresse burlesque performers!

Date and Time:
Thursday, February 14, 2019 from 4:00 p.m.- midnight

1816 E 6th St,
Austin, TX 78702

Information: Click Here

The Brunch Boat

Set sail with your lover and enjoy all-local, all-complimentary food and beverages, plus a DJ and photo booth! #TheBrunchBoat provides the perfect opportunity to support local businesses while taking in the best view of Austin’s skyline.

Date and Time:
Sunday, February 17, 2019 at 11:15 a.m.


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Hopscotch – An Immersive Art Experience

This art experience will feature 13 distinctive installations and showcase works from local, national, and international artists. 

Date and Time:
February 14, 2019 – March 31, 2019 (Times Vary)

6100 Airport Blvd.
Austin, TX 78752

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Molly Burch

Singer/songwriter Molly Burch will make your heart swell with her beautiful lyrics and pop sensibility. Take in an evening of her romantic tunes at Lamberts.

Date and Time:
Thursday, February 14, 2019, Doors at 9:20 p.m.

401 West 2nd Street,
Austin, TX 78701

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Icenhauer’s 2nd Annual Galentine’s Day

Sip on the Leslie & the Ann while you and your friends get your boy band fix . The first 20 ladies to arrive will snag a “Party Don’t Stop” headband!

Date and Time:
Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at 7:30 – 10:00 p.m.

83 Rainey St,
Austin, Texas 78701

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Red Light Special Valentine’s Day

Just friends? More than friends? Doesn’t matter. Fall in love with the DJ and dance the night away with a Red Light Special R&B DJ set and a special food and drink menu for Valentine’s day only. Come early and eat dinner (reservations required) or come late for dessert. And there will be a kissing booth.

Date and Time:
Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 7:30p.m. – 2:00 a.m.

Native Hostel
807 East 4th Street,
Austin, Texas 78702

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The Friend Zone – Single’s Mixer

Here’s a new way for singles to mix and mingle. Bring your best friend. You know, the one you love, but have already put in the friend zone. All love is welcome. Plus, show your Bumble app and win a prize!

Date and Time:
Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.

W Austin
200 Lavaca St,
Austin, Texas 78701

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Mirror Mirrored Opening Reception and Exhibit

Austin Public Library is launching a multi-media, interactive exploration of Grimms’ Fairy Tales. The month-long event is anchored by a new art exhibit—Mirror, Mirrored: Contemporary Art & the Fairy Tale—which features more than 20 local and international artists and visual artwork inspired by Grimms’ Fairy Tales. All ages are welcome!

Date and Time:
Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Austin Central Library
710 West Cesar Chavez Street,
Austin, Texas 78701

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Bidi Bidi Banda Valentine’s Day

Bidi Bidi Banda Valentine’s Day at Barracuda Austin with Caleb De Casper and Como Las Movies!

Date and Time:
Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 9:00 p.m.

Barracuda Austin
611 E 7th St,
Austin, Texas 78701

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Limbo Jewelry Galentine’s Day Party

It’s the perfect girls night out at Limbo Jewelry Domain NORTHSIDE featuring snacks and treats, wine, custom lip blends, and Valentine’s Day themed nail art by Nails Y’all!

Date and Time:
Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Limbo Jewelry
3211 Palm Way #152,
Austin, Texas 78758

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9th Annual Austin Roller Disco

As always, it’s a B.Y.O.B. late night afterhours Disco getdown, with a crushing live band and Austins bestDJs, until 4 in the morning. This sells out every year so get your tickets early!

Date and Time:
Saturday, February 16, 2019 at 10:00 p.m. – 4:00 a.m.

Austin Roller Rink
11600 Manchaca Road Building 101,
Austin, Texas 78748

Information: Click Here

We have so much to celebrate in this glorious town, but let’s take a moment to honor something special—the sausage! It’s time, once again, for our hotly anticipated contest of the greatest links this city has to offer. Join us on February 24th for the 2019 Sausage Kings of Austin throw down.

Meat masters like Styles Switch, Micklethwaite, and Banger’s and will go head-to-head in a smoking hot competition where YOU are the judge. If you have a tastebuds, you are totally qualified. After a few hours of drinking, eating, and voting, the results will be in and the most delicious sausage will be crowned!

Come on by, get yourself fed, and enjoy music from the Urban Achievers Brass Band. This is one of our favorite events of the year.

When: Sunday, February 24th

Time: 2:30–5 p.m.

The Brewer’s Table
4715 E 5th St.
Austin, TX 78702

Hopscotch — a new, uniquely curated immersive art experience created by local entrepreneurs Nicole Jensen and Hunter Inman — is debuting in Austin in February as an interactive pop-up located at 6100 Airport Blvd. From February 14 through March 31, Hopscotch: Light and Sound will feature 13 distinctive installations and showcase works from a variety of local Austin artists, as well as a selection of national and international artists. 

“I’ve always been very driven by the idea that a uniquely curated event can connect and inspire the people that attend it.”   said co-founder Nicole Jensen.  “We’re thrilled to announce Hopscotch and invite the public to experience this exhibit.  To have a platform that allows us to showcase the works of talented immersive artists is something we’re really proud of and excited about.”

Each room in the 10,000 square foot space contains a different exhibit with colorful design elements from LED lights to live videos and music. Hopscotch is constructed by various artists,  the majority of which are Austin-based. Every art activation within the project requires participation from guests, and Hopscotch: Light and Sound invites guests to explore the surreal surroundings in a playful manner. 

Hopscotch’s 13 individual installations include: Paint by RGB Wall, curated by Jared Ficklin and Joey Ficklin (Argo Design) from Austin, TX; Infinity Boxes, curated by Matt Elson from Los Angeles, California; Mujō, curated by Kevin Reilly (Vurvo Collective) from Austin, TX; Gemini 6B, curated by Mickey Delp from Austin, TX; Thunder Lightning curated by Nate Culpepper and Stacy Wheeler (The Balloon Collective) from Austin TX; Cloud Therapy curated by ANGRY CLOUD + DESCND from Brooklyn, NY/Austin, TX; Spirits curated by Barna Kantor, Jerome Martinez, Lisa B. Woods (Dadageek) from Austin, TX; Olya curated by Omnia Rosia Design from Kyiv, Ukraine; Hifi God curated by Jerome Morrison from Austin, TX; a Virtual Reality Experience; and Matrix, Experience Over Things and Deep Eddy Ball Pit, all three curated by Hopscotch from Austin, TX. 

Interactive experiences range from controlling the clouds and weather via balloons to painting with light through an infrared brush by hand. Olya, presented by the only international artist, invites viewers into an immersive space of complicated multidimensional structures and light. Infinity Boxes by Matt Elson uses color, lights, and mirrors to construct beautiful boxes that draw viewers in; it’s an optical illusion project that asks visitors to take a closer look at human perception and social interaction, much like the public’s relationship to social media.  

“We’re excited to bring together this talented group of artists and to help them bring their concepts to life,” said Hunter Inman, co-founder of Hopscotch. “This type of experiential art is a perfect fit for the vibrant Austin community that is always looking for a unique and interactive experience.” 

Inman discovered his passion for building and creating after receiving his MBA from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland and switching his career in finance to focus on technology, start-ups and other entrepreneurial efforts. Since 2012, he’s been in Austin where he helped found software design and consulting firms before co-founding Hopscotch with Nicole Jensen. Jensen studied art and business at CMU  and has extensive experience in the corporate event planning, sales and hospitality worlds. She launched Austin Tour Company in 2015, creating a brand and business that highlights Austin in a way locals want to experience and are proud of. The duo joined forces to create Hopscotch in 2018.

Hours of operation for Hopscotch are 4 to 11 p.m. on Fridays, 1 to 11 p.m. on Saturdays and 1 – 8pm on Sundays. Additional hours and dates will be added. Tickets are $23 for ages 13 and up, $15 for children ages 4-12, and children 3 and under are free.  Hopscotch is 18+ after 7:00pm.  . Hopscotch is located at 6100 Airport Blvd, Austin, TX 78752. For this exhibit, Hopscotch has collaborated with local artists, collaboratives, non-profits and creative brands like Deep Eddy Vodka and neighboring Brewtorium. 

Following the limited Austin pop-up series, Hopscotch will be opening in downtown San Antonio for a permanent, new exhibition in late summer 2019 and is set to feature different San Antonio-based artists. More details will be announced at a later date. For more information on Hopscotch and to purchase tickets, visit


We are quickly approaching the point of knowing whether or not this year’s resolutions are going to stick. And if you are still determined to be one of those glowing, healthy Austinites who are always on the hike and bike trail, then we salute you!

For those of you, like us, who could use some help, we’ve partnered with Heart Rate Social, (the local app that connects people with active lifestyles for healthy relationships) to compile a list of our favorite workouts, studios, and activities around town. There are so many affordable, fun, and interesting options to choose from—your body will never get bored.

Yoga/ Barre/ Pilates


Barre3 is a full-body workout that involves sustained holds, micro-movements, and cardio bursts that will leave you feeling balanced in body and empowered from within. It’s hard as heck, but totally worth the burn!

Wanderlust Yoga

Austin owners, Ashley Spence and Krish Patel are bringing the extraordinary aspects of the Wanderlust Festival into the everyday lives of the people who live, work ,and visit ATX. You will love the warm and happy vibe at this studio.

206 E 4th St
Austin, TX 78701
(512) 502-5183

Practice Yoga Austin

Practice offers “absurdly high-quality” donation yoga (suggested $10-$20 anonymous donation) all day every day, which makes it easy and accessible for all. And there is no need to sign up ahead of time, just drop in!

1103 E 6th St 
Austin, TX 78702
(512) 730-1638

Black Swan Yoga

At Black Swan Yoga, instructors are encouraged to freely express their own interpretation of the practice, giving you an authentic connection to their unique journey. Their mission is to gather a community of yogis that is accepting and loving of all.

Yoga Vida

Yoga Vida opened its doors in 1999 and was the first hot studio in Austin. They now offer classes of all levels seven days a week, including 60-minute and 75-minute heated power vinyasa flow classes led by caring, experienced teachers.

3620 Bee Cave Rd Ste A 
Austin, TX 78746
(512) 750-2213

MOD Fitness

MOD Fitness is another barre-based workout that takes an athletic approach to the principles of ballet, pilates, and They combine innovative strength and resistance training, cardio, and stretching into a full-body workout. Get a long, toned physique, better posture, and increased flexibility in 2019 with their help.

Local Gyms

Athletic Outcomes

If you hate the impersonal nature and massive size of the big box gyms, this place is for you. It’s a boutique studio that focuses on functional fitness and modern athletic recovery through personal training and small-group classes.

2301-A E Riverside Dr #50 
Austin, TX 78741
(512) 291-3562

Castle Hill Fitness Gym & Spa

This place is old Austin at its best. A gym that doesn’t feel like a gym, their mission is to provide a welcoming environment for the Austin community to improve their overall health. The vibe is about community, variety, refueling, recovering, and challenging your mind and body and it’s always a great experience.

1112 N Lamar Blvd 
Austin, TX 78703
(512) 478-4567

Tetra Fitness

Tetra is known for intensity. Work hard and listen to great music while you get it all over with. The effort here will really pay off and you might find yourself actually find yourself liking that intensity after a while.

1717 W 6th St #110 
Austin, TX 78703
(512) 480-0262

Affordable Options

Swimming at Barton Springs Pool

Barton Springs Pool is the fourth-largest spring fed pool in Texas with a constant 68 degree water temperature making it one of the best places to swim year-round. Here’s a fun fact: Robert Redford learned to swim here. We say that bodes well for your athletic aspirations. If you want to get in shape and live your best Austin life while you do it—swimming the length of this civic treasure should be a go-to.

2131 William Barton Dr 
Austin, TX 78746
(512) 974-6300

Roy and Anne Butler Hike and Bike Trail

The Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail at Lady Bird Lake, a lush, urban path that meanders along the water’s edge and passes by skyscrapers, neighborhoods, ball fields and cultural attractions. It is THE Austin workout and a great way to fall in love with fitness and this fabulous city at the same time. The 10-mile trail is Austin’s most recognized and popular recreational area.

900 W Riverside Dr
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 495-9163

Walnut Creek Greenbelt

A popular spot for both hikers and mountain bikers, Walnut Creek is an explorer’s dream. There are tons of unmarked paths, so you may get a little lost; but that’s more fun, right? With multiple winding paths and few obstacles, undertaking part of the trail is perfect for beginners. The hike offers plenty of overlooks, so don’t forget to stop and smell the roses on the way up. And of course, cool down in the beautiful creek on the way down.

2611 Park Bend Dr 
Austin, TX 78701
(512) 974-6700


An oldie but a goodie—don’t forget the Y! They have great group classes, a primo location, and all the equipment you need to get fit.

Hidden Hiking Trails

Research continually shows that walking is an amazing workout, and getting outside is obviously great for the soul. We’ve put together a list of our favorite hidden gems in Austin that may not be on your radar. All the trails are free and are within a 30-minute drive from downtown. Check ’em out!


Camp Gladiator

If you want to get in shape, get hooked up with a supportive community. Camp Gladiator is a bootcamp with lots of heart. They offer unlimited workouts at thousands of locations nationwide to fit your lifestyle that are always different and geared toward all fitness levels. The trainers are super passionate and won’t let you slack.

Stronghorn Fitness

Another great group option is this program that offers comprehensive eight-week cycle focusing on strength, speed and stamina. One Yelp review says, “Stronghorn is more than a workout group. It’s a true community. One of, if not the, most welcoming fitness families in the city.”

1506 Forest Trail 
Austin, TX 78703
(512) 913-7301

Other Options

Knockout Austin Kickboxing

The 45-minute group kickboxing class combines heavy bag work with body weight exercises around intense training intervals (HIIT) targeting core, legs, butt, and arms. Get in shape and get all that stress and agression out of your system! You’ll feel like a brand new human.

1211 W 6th St Suite 100
Austin, TX 78703
(512) 520-4050

Love Cycling

This spin studio delivers big on fitness and spirituality! The 45-minute workout is intense and upbeat, with some instructors utilizing a giant video wall to make the classes so fun and entertaining that they totally fly by. They also get your upper body in gear with a weight-lifting session on the bike.

507 Pressler St #900,
Austin, TX 78703
(512) 761-3398

City Surf

This place has 35 and 50-minute full body, surf-inspired strength and conditioning group classes. Designed to be the most challenging and rewarding part of your day, because nobody said surfing was easy! Get that California bod in the heart of Texas.

1500 S Lamar Blvd Ste. 130 
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 576-3177

Ride Indoor Cycling

This place is on a mission to help people feel good, on and off the bike! Ride like the wind and burn a crazy amount of calories in a short amount of time. If you haven’t ever spun, one of these classes will kick off your year with a bang.

117 Lavaca St 
Austin, TX 78701
(512) 322-5252

Fight Club Austin

Their trainers will lead you through a 60-minute group workout that emphasizes proper form and technique while incorporating cardio, strength, and kickboxing elements. Each class is different, and no two instructors have the same routine.

2222 Rio Grande St #170 
Austin, TX 78705
(512) 983-0938

Garett DiPasquale, a 2014 UT grad in economics, has opened his second i Fratelli Pizza Location on 15th and San Antonio to serve Downtown and the UT campus. His first location is in North Austin (Arboretum). i Fratelli Pizza is baked on a stone deck for a thin and crispy crust. 
Their signature pizzas are packed with flavor and topped with provolone and the freshest ingredients. A big best-seller is the del Bianco, with a creamy white sauce, fresh tomatoes, spinach, and breakfast bacon.

And you can elevate your party game with their party-cut finger food. The thin-n-crispy pizza is a crowd-pleaser and it will be the first thing to go from your feast spread. Plus, delivery is free and the perfect go-to for high-volume corporate luncheons.  

i Fratelli Pizza is known for exemplary service and a consistent, high-quality product. Dough is handcrafted daily, and fresh vinaigrette and Caesar salad dressings are made in-house. Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options are available.  

Stop by for a slice and learn why i Fratelli pizza is uniquely Texan.

i Fratelli Pizza – Downtown 
501 W 15th Street Ste C
Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: (512)-614-1114

i Fratelli Pizza – North Austin
10001 Research Blvd Suite 160
Austin, Texas 78759

Phone: (512)-795-8744

Did you know Austin has a minor league basketball team?
Did you know that we’re League Champions?!

We’ve partnered with The Austin Spurs* to bring you this exclusive Rolling Tailgate Experience. Get to know our local minor league basketball team, and have a great night out!

On Friday, January 18th, the Austin Spurs take on the South Bay Lakers, and we’ve got everything you need to quickly become a Spurs Super-fan. 

Even better? It’s 90s Night at the Stadium, and our bus is Space Jam themed – everybody get up, it’s time to slam now! 

Included in the Experience:

Round-Trip Transportation from Corner Bar in Austin to/from the HEB Center in Cedar Park

  • Luxury Coach
  • Martian Margaritas by Dulce Vida Tequila served on board
  • Trivia, Movie Clips and 90s Jams played while en-route
  • BYOB of additional beverages and snacks is welcome

Ticket into the Game

  • Seats in the exclusive Party Box section with a private bar overlooking the court
  • $2 Drafts Special for ATC guests 

Giveaways and Contests 

  • Including awards and prizes for Best Space Jam themed outfit and Best Spurs Super-fan outfit!

Exciting VIP Opportunities at the Game

  • Ever wanted to try a Half Court Shot?

Exclusive Post Game Activities on the Court 

  • 30-minute Shoot-Around
  • Autograph session
  • Photo Opps

All this for only $45! 

Don’t miss out on our first Rolling Tailgate! 

Here’s your chance, do your dance at the Space Jam! Alright, alright alright!

*The Austin Spurs, owned by the San Antonio Spurs, are part of the NBA G League, or the “NBA’s official minor league”. Minor league games are the best place to spot top talent on the way to the NBA! According to the NBA G League, “30% of players on start-of-season NBA rosters boast NBA G League experience”.

If you resolve to move your body more in 2019, the most fun and fulfilling way to do it is to welcome a furry friend into your family. Nothing will motivate you more to get out of bed and get some fresh air—every single day! Plus, you know, you’ll have more love in your life than ever before.

Austin Animal Center is celebrating this new trip around the sun with New Year’s Rescue-lution! The perfect pet is waiting for you now and adoption fees are only $19!! And all pets at the shelter are eligible!

In addition, on New Year’s Eve day they’ll have crafts available from 12-1:30 p.m. Join us on December 31 to craft cat, dog, and rabbit toys!

When: Today, December 29th

Time: 11 a.m.–7 p.m.

Austin Animal Center
7201 Levander Loop
Austin, Texas 78702