The music festival held in the middle of September. This is the most relaxed festival of it's kind i have ever attented, everyone brings a chair and just sits around drinking wine and watching fantastic live music. Right in the middle of Austin the transport is organised with millitary precision. The grounds are clean, grassy and have plenty of shade - perfect for people of all ages.
The best damn hamburgers in town, this place is an Austin institution. The decor is quirky diner with mementos from the restaurants 50+ years of service on the walls, seriously though, for a piece of genuine American culture, this is the only place to go.
The malts are awesome too...
6th st, 2 blocks down from Lamar, (you can walk from Whole Foods Market).
The frendliest, tastiest, cheapest sushi in montreal, it looks a bit dodgy from the outside, with odd Chistmas lights and palm trees in the window, but the sushi and service are amazing, we never spent more than $40 for two, and we eat a LOT. And everytime we went they gave us a few free samples and a delicious tempura banana for pudding.
On the corner of Mackay and Sherbrooke, in the Concordia ghetto, opposite 2150 Mackay - underneath a bookshop.
I can't remember the name but it's easy to find - opposite the main Brahma Temple on the edge of the town, this is where all the pilgrims stop to refuel. We were in Pushkar for a week and ate here for every meal. The food is fresh, delicious and cheap, on the hot side of spicy, but not unbearable, there are tables outside and inside, very few tourists here, so the service can be brusque, but the food more than makes up for it.
Opposite Brahma Temple, (not on the corner, the next one up).
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