Deep Eddy Cabaret
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Since 1951: "Long Live the Eddy!"
Since 1951, a favorite neighborhood bar w/ drinks, pool tables, jukebox music, snacks. Pool Burger is directly behind if you need a more substantial bite to eat. Deep Eddy Pool is at the bottom or the hill adjacent to the River if you want to take a swim before hitting these fun spots.
Bar from the 50s with wood panel walls, jukebox, and now accepts credit cards. Visit Pool Bar in the back for burgers.
This place will transport you back in time to the way Austin (and frankly the rest of America) used to spend its Friday nights. Best characterized stylistically as a “dive bar” but really just a holdover neighborhood bar this is a pleasant place to cool your heels once the sun goes down. Pro tip-if…
Get your mind out of the gutter! Deep Eddy isn't *that* kind of "cabaret"! The origins of its thoroughly tongue-in-cheek name are a bit hazy, but it's been an Austin mainstay since 1951 - and hasn't changed a whole lot in the interim, aside from adding hard liquor to its original beer-only menu a…
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