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Dry Creek Cafe

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4812 Mt Bonnell Rd
Austin, TX 78731
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(512) 453-9244
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I went on a Wednesday evening with a friend. Hadn't been in quite a while. Everything was the same, down to the hodgepodge of mismatched chairs and tables out on the back deck. ...

Worst

Mabye this place used to be great (when none of us knew it existed), but for me, it seems like a better place to say you go to than to actually go to. Nowhere to sit. Crappy p...

Editorial review from Citysearch 10/17/2012

By far, the worst place to relax in Austin. Parking isn't bad, it's deadly. You have to back out uphill onto the highway to get out. Hot as hell, lousy beer, crappy view, the steps are waiting to collapse, the wiring can't have possibly passed code in the past 50-years. Looks like a firetrap waiting to make the front page. Close this place down. more

A dump, a dive, but definitely Austin 6/30/2005

I went on a Wednesday evening with a friend. Hadn't been in quite a while. Everything was the same, down to the hodgepodge of mismatched chairs and tables out on the back deck. I rated the service as not recommended because there is none. You go up to the bar, you order, you drink. But I've never found any other place where all the beers were $2 all the time. I've never found Shiner at that price except for the occasional 1-hour happy hour at other overrated Austin bars. The sunset was awesome that day. Don't know about the other reviewer who mentioned a tree line. Maybe they were just too short. Pros: Funky & unpretentious, Cheap beer, Great sunset view Cons: Limited parking more

This place is great! 7/9/2003

I can understand how at first glance Dry creek may not seem glamourous, but I find the place makes me feel at home in Texas. The people are down to earth, and yes one of the owners may give people a hard time about returning bottles - but you have to admire her tenacity regarding cutting down on costs. With beer at ~$2.00 a bottle you can't complain, and the view is beautiful at sunset. Overall, I find this a great place for a fun, laid back happy hour, or a nice relaxing weekend drink. Pros: Cheap Beer, laid back Cons: location, service more

Don't Get It 5/16/2002

Mabye this place used to be great (when none of us knew it existed), but for me, it seems like a better place to say you go to than to actually go to. Nowhere to sit. Crappy parking. Poor beer selection. And the views really aren't THAT good. Sure, you can see the sun, but that's true at about any bar in town, and about an hour before sunset, it falls below the treeline. Don't waste your time. Just tell people you went and say something about how they were rude to you, but you loved it anyway. Pros: few frat boys, cache Cons: too crowded sometimes, nowhere to sit more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    High atop Mount Bonnell Road and surrounded by million-dollar homes, is Dry Creek Saloon, a two-tiered, time capsule of a roadhouse still holding on to a simple formula of what...

  • 7/18/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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    Cash
  • Neighborhoods:

    Island At Mt. Bonnel Shores

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