To me, Austin is the perfect city. It combines culture and comfort, diversity and dining, and health and happiness. It is bursting with energy and filled with happiness. The people that live here are creative, friendly, down to earth, and eclectic. That's why I've made Austin my home. The pages of this blog are filled with my insight and experiences that have allowed me to discover the many facets of Austin, Texas. Although you'll create your own journey in Austin, use this as a guide to help you navigate your way through this amazing city. I'm a Broker Associate with REATX Real Estate and publisher of GayinAustinTexas.com. Find me on Facebook Have a Question? Contact me.
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Go out, get drunk, and wake up with a hangover. Feel like your weekend routine doesn’t change and you’re going to the same places in Austin? Check out our list of 50+ non-drinking things to do in, and around, Austin! Just as a quick note – Always call ahead to make sure these places are […]
This is probably the most commonly asked question when a person is visiting or moving to Austin. What are the best gay bars to go to in town? Depending on your scene, we can answer this in several different ways! Related posts: Thanksgiving Guide for Staying in Austin Gay SXSW Visitors’ Guide SXSurvival Guide – […]
If you’ve recently moved to Austin, you may or may have not heard of “the greenbelt”. Especially when the weather is nice and water is flowing, it seems like everyone is talking about it. I know you’ve definitely heard of Barton Springs Pool, which is right where the greenbelt ends before entering Lady Bird Lake. […]
My sister and brother-in-law recently came to visit Austin. With my brother-in-law being from Spain, and his brother being a wine maker, I knew I definitely wanted to show off Austin’s wine country. With over 35 wineries scattered throughout the Hill Country, there’s plenty to choose from. Related posts: Saturday Suga’: Hunk Campaign Austin: The […]
Although Austin is a fairly gay friendly city, there are some restaurants where you’ll probably feel a little more comfortable going on a date with a guy. Related posts: 10 Coziest Restaurants to Warm You Up “Must Try” Restaurant List While Visiting Austin Ideas for First Dates in Austin Best Sunday Brunch Spots