Feeling the Weirdness in Austin
Updated: Nov 21, 2018
During my time in Austin I took over 500 pictures! I had such an amazing time visiting my friends from college who live in Austin, exploring, hiking, running on trails, touring the capitol of Texas, and more! Most of my highlights included me buying vegan food from food trucks and eclectic cafes. I will link all the places I visited in case you are in Austin and want to go! Be sure to check out my pictures! You can view more pictures here.
MY ITINERARY HIGHLIGHTS (not in order):
Brunch at Frank’s*
*Not vegan friendly
Veggie Sausage, Potatoes, and Mixed Fruit.
Chicken and Waffles
Snack at Berry Austin*, a Froyo Joint
Dinner at Arlo's (AKA THE BEST VEGAN FOOD TRUCK)
"Arlo’s serves vegan comfort food in a bistro style setting for the Austin nightlife scene. They support local, organic, and non-gmo products. Their food is designed to satisfy omnivores and herbivores alike."
Bac'n and Cheeze Burger
Lady Bird Lake Trail*
*10 miles of trails that are great for running and walking
Lunch at Bouldin Creek Cafe*
*Vegetarian and vegan friendly
The Renedict | Grilled Ciabatta served open faced topped with organic baby spinach, two over medium organic, tofu scramble , local tomatoes, tofu ‘bacon’ and a home-made vegan Hollandaise sauce
Breakfast and Dinner at Kerbey Lane*
*Vegan friendly cafe. I ate here twice!
Vegan Breakfast Platter | Tofu scrambled with veggies & nutritional yeast. Special vegan pancakes, two Good Seed breakfast patties
Voodoo Doughnut (THEY HAVE VEGAN TREATS!)
Happy Hour at Halcyon
Murals and Art of Austin
Mini Hike at Mt.Bonnell
"Mount Bonnell, also known as Covert Park, is a prominent point alongside the Lake Austin portion of the Colorado River in Austin, Texas. It has been a popular tourist destination since the 1850s. The mount provides a vista for viewing the city of Austin, Lake Austin, and the surrounding hills." - Wiki