Feature Article: Austin Neighborhoods

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Austin Neighborhood Guide
Clayton Bullock

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Photographs by Travis Hallmark

No one knows neighborhoods like the Austin Realtors who help put people in them. Meet some of the top Realtors in Austin as they share their best picks to eat, shop, live and play within their favorite neighborhoods.

“More than selling homes, I’m building community,” explained native Austinite and Moreland Properties REALTOR® Clayton Bullock. Bouldin Creek is special because of its amazing proximity to the city’s best amenities: parks, restaurants and eclectic retailers. Undeniable charm, diversity and a “live and let live” attitude permeate the neighborhood, from peacocks to food trailers to premium fine dining.

512.797.6446 | Clayton@moreland.com


Clayton’s Bouldin Creek

Dolce Neve (1713 S. First St.)—“ From Chocolate Granita to Bee Pollen Gelato, they servesome of the freshest, most unique frozen treats I’ve ever had.”

Thai Fresh (909 W. Mary St.)—“ One of my favorite eclectic restaurants for a light and spicy lunch.”

Alcomar (1816 S. First St.)—“ A recent newcomer to the neighborhood, Alcomar serves a great margarita—the Don Carlos—with award-winning, sea-inspired Latin fare.”

Elizabeth Street Cafe (1501 S. First St.)—“ One of MMH’s stars, this Asian fusion spot is my favorite for a fancy breakfast or a sneaky-good burger.”

Art for the People Gallery (1711 S. First St.)—“ Some of Austin’s up-and-coming talents show their work here. A great place to discover great art in any medium.”

West Bouldin Creek Greenbelt and Waterfall—“ Hidden not far from El Mercado on S. First Street, this park is also accessed from Third and James Street.”

Patika Coffee (2159 S. Lamar Blvd.)—“ They serve amazing lattes and often host pop-up events collaborating with local eateries.”

Métier / Lenoir (1805 and 1807 S. First St.)—“ Lenoir’s new wine garden is great for happy hour and hushpuppies. Their sister store, Métier, sells unique kitchen goods from sushi knives to antique cookbooks.”

Impact Hub at Vuka (411 W. Monroe St.)—“ One of Austin’s many incredible co-working spaces—you can drop in anytime. They also host events there after hours in this unique and open, renovated warehouse.”

Torchy’s Tacos (1311 S. First St.)—“ Among the variety food trucks along S. First, this growing taco truck is among the best quality and quantity in the state!”


Read more from the Neighborhoods Issue | June 2016


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