East Sixth Happy Hours
Easy Tiger, 709 East 7th
Monday - Friday 3-5pm
Easy Tiger began as a bake shop and beer garden carved into the heart of the Waller Creek district of Austin’s downtown. Locals and tourists found a bustling beer garden with an ivy table tennis scene and a quaint little European bake shop upstairs. Now, with a few spots in Austin. This family friendly bake shop and beer garden is a great place to enjoy some pastries and a cold beer.
Revelry Kitchen + Bar, 1410 E 6th
Tuesday - Friday 4-7pm
Located in the heart of the Eastside neighborhood, Revelry Kitchen + Bar is a popular counter-service restaurant. On the drinks menu there are a variety of choices to choose from, one can enjoy craft cocktails, beer or wine. Happy hours are between 4p to 7p on weekdays. On the food menu they have a variety of dishes and bar food, try their lollipop wings, fries, shishito peppers, chicken and beef dishes. Patrons can enjoy their drinks and meal along with DJ music and party late into the night. Every Sunday they offer brunch between 11p to 3p and the popular dishes on the menu are the breakfast tacos and beignets, classic wings and waffles to name a few.
Licha’s Cantina, 1306 E 6th
Tuesday - Friday 4-11pm
Licha's is one of the newest restaurants to grace 6th Street. Located in the heart of East 6th Street, Licha’s has become a niche restaurant for Austinites craving a bite of interior México. The restaurant is named after owner, Daniel Brooks’ mother, Alicia “Licha '' Rivera, who is one of six children raised by Pepe and Licha Rivera in Mexico City. If you’re interested in distilled agave products, Licha’s offers a large range of tequilas, mescales, bacanoras and sotoles. All of their traditional hand crafted cocktails and modern-fusion drinks are made with freshly squeezed juices and ‘aguas frescas.” Or if you just want a Coronita con limón, they have that, too.
Whislers, 1816 E 6th
Monday - Thursday 4-7pm
Whisler's was an old bar formerly known as Rabbit's which has been revamped by the owner. The bar has a rustic charm to it. From the dimly lit chandeliers to the veteran looking walls and the extending patio, the place has a beauty of its own and so do the drinks on the menu. Whisler's is known for its friendly bartenders and lively cocktails that they craft. They also serve a few non-alcoholic drinks. It is a great place for groups to unwind in Austin.
Low Down Lounge, 1412 E 6th St
Low down Lounge is a super cool dive bar with a great vibe and great drinks/ Their specialty cocktails are fantastic, reasonably priced and they have the most consistent happy hour menu on East 6th. There’s a pool table as well as a few different rooms to hangout in. If you plan to bar hop down East 6th, Low Down is a must place to visit.
Shangri-La, 1016 E 6th
Monday - Thursday 4-9pm
Shangri-La is for old and new friends. Listed as one of the best singles bars in Austin, come lounge with a group of friends, shoot some pool or play some video games. Umbrella drinks, jukebox tunes, and an array of beers on tap make for an interesting mix of locals. The outdoor area features plenty of tables and the popular Royale with Cheese food truck can be found serving late night grub. With different events throughout the month, there is always something going on down here!
The White Horse, 500 Comal
Monday - Friday 3-8pm
This is perhaps the coolest honkey tonk in Austin. A great place to catch live bluegrass, country western and American bands 7 nights a week. Come on in for a Texas two-step lesson then get to dancing with regulars and newcomers. You’ll also find pool tables, a piano, shoe shine tables, whiskey on tap, and a dog friendly patio with a food truck.
Cisco’s, 1511 E 6th
Founded in 1950 Cisco’s is Austin’s oldest Tex-Mex restaurant. Cisco’s has been an iconic part of Austin’s history. This is THE place for great Mexican food. Now considered a staple of East Austin for more than six decades, this bakery and restaurant was used as a meeting place for prominent Texas politicians. It is said that many of the deals made by the Texas government occurred in the back room over coffee, biscuits or a mexican breakfast of migas or huevos rancheros.