8 Most Instagrammable Spots in Austin, Texas

Updated: Oct 22, 2019




Are you looking for the most instagrammable spots in Austin, Texas? If so, this blog post is for you! Here are 8 Most Instagrammable spots in Austin for you to see!




Back in Austin again! We try to make a road trip to Austin 2-3 times a year. This time we went with our mom and it was loads of fun. The city has so much to see and do. From eccentric street art to scenic biking trails, Austin has a lot to offer every tourist.


Check out our most instagrammable spots below and let us know what you think! Also, if you are a first-timer in Austin, or a local, check out our First-Timer's Guide: Vegan Food and Drink. It is the perfect vegan food and drink guide for you.



I Love You So Much Mural

Jo's Coffee, 1300 S Congress Ave., Austin, TX 78704


The I Love You So Much mural is located on the side of Jo's Coffee Shop. The wall attracts a large crowd. So if you want to snap a picture here without waiting in a long line, we would recommend visiting the shop during the off peak hours. Think 10am or 3pm.







Duchman Family Winery

13308 Fm 150 West, Driftwood, TX 78619


This winery was listed by HGTV as one of the 20 most picturesque wineries in the country. They have a great outdoor area with lots of picnic tables that you can bring your own food to while you enjoy some of the wine from inside. There are games you can play outside as well.








P6

111 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78701


P6 is a colorful rooftop bar at The Line Hotel! The bar's sixth-story vantage points serve up an eyeful with panoramic views across the lake, the Austin skyline, and down Congress Avenue. You can book reservations online to sit outside or inside.







Kerby Lane

2606 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX 78705


Kerby Lane first opened in 1980 serving made-from-scratch comfort food out of a small 1930s bungalow in Central Austin on Kerbey Lane. Now, they are an Austin favorite with multiple locations around the city.

.






Greetings from Austin Mural

1720 S 1st St, Austin, TX 78704


The mural is great for tourist! You can get a full shot reat touristy spot to get a selfie or have someone take your photo while they stand in the street






Manana

1603 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704


Manana is a chic, blue coffee shop located in the South Congress Hotel. The menu features handcrafted coffee drinks and local blends from Austin based tea companies.


We got a simple soy latte but they have food too. Next time we are there we want to try the Vegan Strawberry Chia + Coconut Yogurt Cup, Smoked Tofu Sandwich, and Vegan Banana "Bread" Cookie.


This cafe would be good for you to study or work in. There are a few plugs near the back so snag a seat at the long table or high top.








Lenior

1807 S 1st St, Austin, TX 78704


Okay, so this restaurant isn't specifically for vegans, but they do have options. Lenior is a local farm to table restaurant with a wine garden. Yes, a wine garden! This restaurant is a little expensive, but please treat yourself by eating a four-course meal here. Our favorite course was the Vegetable Crepe.





Mount Bonnell

3800 Mount Bonnell Dr., Austin, TX 78731


Mount Bonnell is a prominent point alongside the Lake Austin portion of the Colorado River in Austin, Texas. The mount provides a vista for viewing the city of Austin, Lake Austin, and the surrounding hills.


To get to Mount Bonnell, take 35th Street west over MoPac past Camp Mabry. After taking a left at the fork onto Old Bull Creek Road, take a right on Mount Bonnell Road and move up the hill, where you will then see parking to your left. All of this is free.


This view is pretty high up... you will embark on a 102-stair climb. Before you climb back down, you can rest at the view deck and pavilion.







What spots have you been too in Austin? Let us know in the comments!


Until Next Time, 


Tay


“Your life is happening now. Make it amazing!”