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Here’s how Vice says you should spend a night in Austin, Texas

If you find yourself “looking for meaning” in the “oppressive” heat of an Austin night, Vice has a few recommendations. And (take note New York Times) they’re not entirely off base.

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The news organization suggests staying cool while flipping through Breakaway Records’ vinyl collection, enjoying where barbecue and ramen intersect at Kemuri Tatsu-ya and kicking off the night’s drinking with “secret drinks” at Midnight Cowboy. 

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Vice then suggests “drinks with the locals” at Deep Eddy Cabaret, noting that bars in Austin, do in fact, close at 2 a.m. 

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Where do those reasonably priced pitchers lead you? The article suggests Austin Karaoke and the “delightfully tacky” Las Cazuelas where you’d be ill-advised to “ask for a burrito—this is taco country.”

Even if you get your taco order down pat, we’ll still be able to spot you. No seasoned Austinite ever -- ever -- ... aw, we’ll let Vice tell you.  

Have a good visit!

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