We all know Austin's an Instagram-friendly city. Murals, live music, you name it, and someone has 'grammed it. Whether you like to be out and about or just prefer double-tapping cool photos from home, we've rounded up 10 accounts that stick out in the flood of social influencer pages.

Visit Austin TX (@visitaustintx): The Austin Visitor Center runs this account and highlights the best of Austin tourism for both locals and visitors. 

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Anything is possible in ATX. Mural outside new Kendra Scott flagship store on @southcongressatx. #trueaustin #mural #soco #austintexas : @atxstreetgallery

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365 Things Austin (@365thingsaustin): This account includes posts promoting local events, giveaways and Austin culture. You'll also see photographers' work showing off Austin sights.

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Tillery Street Plant Co. and Blue Owl Brewing are hosting a free House Plants 101 Workshop  Did you resolve to keep plants alive in 2019  All plants will be 20% off after class  Friday, 6pm-8pm  Blue Owl Brewing

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When Where What Austin (@whenwherewhataustin): No flashy, perfectly posed photos here. If you're looking for just the details of events in town, this is your best bet.

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BURGER NIGHT, 6pm-2am every Thursday at Nickel City and Delray Cafe. . This post just became a Delray Cafe spotlight. Known for counting inches served, for taking shots at any and all competitors, and for their ongoing feud with host bar Nickel City, Delray is the fucking best. Go follow them now (@delray.cafe), and receive gems like these: .  (Picture of chili dog) "Hey @clemsonfb, if that presidential feast didn't fill you up, We've got 68,729 Inches that will" .  (Picture of slider) "New Year's prediction: @nickelcityatx drops the ball way before midnight" .  (Another food pic) "Halloween is over, so why is @laststrawatx still dressed up as a @tacocabana?" . You know what needs to happen now. You go to Nickel City this Thursday. You order sliders from Delray. You thank the people making your food there because they're fucking caption icons. You drink too much and hopefully forget that you're spending your time at Nickel City. Just kidding. Go! . #wwwatx #atx

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Our Austin Texas (@ouratx): Want to support local businesses owned by women? You'll find artists, restaurants and every business in between on this account.

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Tomorrow is meant to be sunny and in the 70s. May I suggest heading to local & lady-owned business @hillside_farmacy for your brunch plans? Take advantage of these gorgeous days (and their great cheese plate) while they last!  #goinglocalATX #keepaustinweird #brunch #hillsidefarmacy #supportwomen

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ZilkerBark (@zilkerbark): All dogs, all the time. ZilkerBark chronicles the canines of Austin with beautiful portraits and action shots taken in the city's iconic park.

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# 6 Top Puppy of 2018 is Queso, the Golden Retriever. . Queso is probably the friendliest goof you’ve ever met. He’s never met a stranger - one time he plopped down with a random family at the park and was hand-fed cheese until his family figured out where he went. . He’s a loyal pup too. Whenever his sister the spaniel starts barking at birds, he joins in for moral support even though he has no idea what’s going on. . Basically, everyone loves queso! He hopes his 2019 is filled with more cows to meet and more pizza to sleep and snack on. @lizzieconqueso

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Austin Animal Center (@austinanimalcenter): Speaking of dogs, the city-run no-kill shelter has a page full of adoptable pooches (plus cats and other animals).

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#TheBachelor @ColtonUnderwood isn't the only one looking for love. We have our own bachelor, named Colton too, and he's looking for that special someone to give his final rose. Could it be you? This one-year old hunk loves long walks on sunny days and candlelight dinners but ultimately is just looking for someone to share his life with. If Colton sounds like the man you've been waiting for, come meet him for a one-on-one date in kennel A03! @bachelorabctv . . . . . . . . . . #austinanimalcenter #adoptabledog #adoptdontshop #rescuedogsofinsta #rescuedogsofig #rescuedogsofinstagram #adoptme #dog #dogsofaustin #dogsof512 #doggo #dogoftheday #rescueismyfavoritebreed #dogsofinstagram #dogs #love #cute #nokillshelter #nokillaustin #nokillcommunity #austin #austintexas #thebachelor #bachelornation #colton #coltonunderwood #oneononedate #finalrose #rose

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El Arroyo (@elarroyo_atx): Need a good laugh? El Arroyo's famous marquee sign features a daily all-too relatable message or joke you can't help but smile at.

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Shoutout to all our new friends we’ve met in Atlanta! #ElArroyoATX #ElArroyoSign

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WhichCraft (@whichcraftatx): With a craft beer scene as expansive as Austin's, you'll find new brews to add to your to-drink list in this shop, which specializes in local and regional breweries.

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Just got these beautiful Velo de Flor Lambics from Vista Brewing. Red wine barrel aging adds a pink hue & notes of cherry to round earthiness of Brett. Complex & tart!

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ATX Barrio Archive (@atx_barrio_archive): Follow this account for scenes from the city's past and to learn more about the history of Latino and black communities in Austin.

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”Peace in Our ‘Hood” mural painted by Raul Valdez and the kids at Thurmond Heights Apartments in North Austin, 1993 Photograph courtesy of @valdezmurals

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Austin360 (@austin360): Of course we had to mention our own page! Music, food and more photos showcasing Austin happenings. What more could you want?

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Old Austin finds a new home @eldoradocafeatx. Read @matthewodam’s review via link in bio and find out why our critic says the restaurant should have been in his Top 50 this year. #austin360eats #texasforever #texmex #mextex

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