Comfort Suites Buda - Austin South
15295 S IH-35
Buda, TX 78610
Phone: (512) 295-8600
Fax: (512) 312-4480
Bars & Cafes
Stardust Club is one of the most casual bar and billiard hall in the town of Austin. With amazing light fixtures, this fine establishment could lighten up anyone. The music played here from the jukebox, sets the mood of a bar atmosphere. With a number of pool tables, they also have dominoes' tables and a shuffleboard too; not to mention the televisions to watch your favorite games. This bar has entertainment oozing out of it. Drinks are available at pretty decent prices. If you're looking out for a place to chill, play a few games of pool, have a drink or two, then jot down the address and hit the road.
Sam's Town Point is quite a casual bar, where you will find a lot of usual aspects which one would find in most bars in Austin. Buffalo wings, beer battered mushrooms and lots more on their menu. And the drinks are available at great prices. Not to mention the live music of many genres from rock to country to blues and so on. A easy-going place to relax and enjoy your drink.
This club, which is named for old Texas Highway 81 (now Congress Avenue), has operated in this building on and off for years. The current manifestation has been around since 1988. It is a hole-in-the-wall hangout where you can watch sports on a big screen TV, play shuffleboard and electric darts, or just listen to the jukebox. The 81 Club sells beer (cans only) and wine, as well as set-ups (you bring the hard liquor) and everything is affordable.
Sweetwater's Bar at Omni Austin Hotel Southpark is definitely a classy affair. With sleek interiors and a fun ambiance, this bar treats its customers with delicious appetizers and exotic drinks. You can make it here during the happy hours for a fun-filled drinking session. With friends, it could be a perfect chill-out spot. Sweetwater's also has TVs to keep you entertained and Jukebox to set you up with music. If that's not enough to keep you interested, you could check out the cigar collection as well.
This circular lobby bar located within Omni Austin Hotel Southpark serves quick, hot Continental breakfast. It's the best place for those who are looking out for food on the go. However, in the evenings, the mood is a little more relaxed as the cocktails start flowing! The lounge offers a full bar and signature martinis and of course, a range of finger food choices to keep you going.
Warehouse Saloon & Billiards is not just a bar but an exceptional twenty-four years old sports bar. Exceptional because this one has lot to offer other than just drinks. As you enter, you will realize that the people in there are quite casual, having their drinks, watching the game on to big TV screen and so on. Now there are quite a few things one can do at this bar. If you love darts or even if you want to try it, there exists a dart board, where you can try your luck. Three to four foosball tables to add to the fun. Not to mention the mini-arcade section. And the biggest of 'em all is the room full of pool tables, where people just cant get enough of it. Oh! And how could one forget about the drinks especially when they are available at great prices and the staff good at their service. The bar does have karaoke nights too along with some live music. It's complete sports bar to many.
Bender Bar and Grill possesses an easy going atmosphere which makes it comfy hang out for many people after work or just during the day. With not so fancy decor, this bar boasts about its service and drinks. And rightly so, as this bar serves mouth-watering dishes from sliders, sweet onion rings, stuffed jalapeños to burgers, catfish sandwiches. grilled chicken and salads. Do try the cheese fries which simply tastes yummy. Drinks too are refreshing and the prices are justified. Moreover, they have jukeboxes and a separate area for pool, foosball and video games. Not to mention the outdoor seating, if you don't prefer an enclosed environment. In short, great people, good food!
Midnight Rodeo Austin is very much a cool place, pride of the 'cowboys' of Austin. Always packed on a Thursday, the atmosphere is one of a lively and happy place. With people on the beautiful oak dance floor in big cowboy boots and huge belt buckles, waving full mugs and bottles around, there is no dull moment at the Rodeo. Once a sprawling lumber house, the club is now a happening place for concerts, events, regional performances and themed parties. Event and venue space is also available. Parties can also be booked here as well.
Patsy's Cowgirl Cafe, a cafe that opens up late in the morning, is quite pleased to serve its customers an early brunch or breakfast for that matter. It's a decent place to enjoy some good American cuisine. Live music to set the mood in the evening. The menu is quite diverse which will take you by surprise. Besides that, the service is good enough to leave you satisfied till you leave the cafe.
After a long day of site-seeing, you may just want to head back to the hotel and relax. But what about dinner? Eighteenth Over Austin has you covered! A casual dining restaurant located on the 18th floor of the Hilton Garden Inn Austin Downtown serves up some Texan dishes, along with wine and cocktails, if you feel like it. With an amazing view and affordable prices for the atmosphere, it's a great choice for breakfast or dinner. Call or see the website for more information.
Boomerz is one of the most casual nightclub and bar one could ever be at. The interiors of this fine establishment are quite welcoming. A place where you will encounter a mixed aged friendly crowd over 21 years of age of course, and the staff here too are bankable and attentive. The music here is quite electrifying while the lighting fixtures are smartly placed. The dance floor is fairly big. This slightly dim lit bar also has karaoke nights and live music. It's also a sports bar having around eight pool tables, televisions mainly displaying sports channels, arcade tables and so on. There's lots in store for you at this bar.
Broken Spoke is a western honky-tonk that was established in 1964 and rapidly became an Austin favorite for country-western dancing. The “Spoke” is true country in a real dance hall with a real wood-plank floor. Watch cowboys and locals two-step the night away to live bands from around Texas. This dance hall provides an excellent atmosphere for those just learning to two-step or die-hard country fans driving in from the ranch for the weekend. Practice the Polka, Texas Two-Step or the Chicken, and be sure to try the Cotton-Eyed Joe. There is also a restaurant that serves traditional country food like chicken fried steak.