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The Rainey Street District in downtown Austin, Texas was once a quiet residential road that stretched almost to the banks of Lady Bird Lake. Because of its proximity to downtown and its quintessential Austin-ness, the sleepy street was eventually classified as a Historic District and soon after morphed into a bustling hub of bars, lounges and food trailers happily servicing locals and downtown tourists alike.
Parking can be tricky, due to the history of the district and the pedestrian-centered nature of the street. But that just helps us stay more of a hidden oasis in the heart of a thriving city.
Most of the airy 1920s cottage-style homes on Rainey Street—including the house where Lucille resides—have been thoughtfully preserved and renovated into bars and cocktail lounges with large patios situated beneath their enormous heritage trees.
Rainey Street in Austin, Texas is on the National Register of Historic places.
Most of the homes on Rainey Street were built before the 1930's.
Bars on Rainey Street close at 2am
Rainey Street is home to many food trailers serving up everything from local Austin tacos, to world-famous Texas BBQ, to award-winning Indian fare.
The Rainey Street District in Austin, Texas is within walking distance to Sixth Street and is a quick pedicab ride to the Warehouse District, as well as all the hotels in downtown Austin.
If you stop in to Lucille Patio Lounge on 77 Rainey Street, we’ll give you a healthy dose of true Texas charm and the freshest drink around. Come by and chill out!