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Tamales For The Holidays are BACK!

By | Food, Holidays, Special Events, Uncategorized

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Tamales For The Holidays!

Now Available! Hyde Park Bar & Grill’s Corn & Cheese Tamales for the holidays!

Vegetarian & gluten free, made in-house with corn masa, sweet corn, cheese, carrots & spices, steamed in the husk! $15 per dozen.

Wrapped in white butcher paper tied with butcher twine, these tamales make a terrific instant gift.

Now thru Dec 23

Stop in for orders up to 3 dozen at both Hyde Park Bar & Grill locations.

Call ahead for orders over 3 dozen!

Westgate: (512) 899-2700

Duval: (512) 458-3168

While they last!

National Red Wine Day is October 15th

By | Uncategorized

National Red Wine Day is October 15th

Celebrate with Hyde Park Bar & Grill by coming by either one of our locations to enjoy a glass of wine from our fantastic wine selection. CLICK INTERESTED on the event for a chance to WIN dinner for two on National Wine Day!

 

Art Party for Artist Janna Sammon at Hyde Park Bar & Grill at Duval

By | Art

The work of Austin artist Janna Sammon is now on display at Hyde Park Bar & Grill at Duval! Come out and meet the artist and see her work at an Art Party on Monday, November 20.

Ms. Sammon states on her website that she is “trying [her] hardest to laugh. play. listen. trust and let go every step of the way.” Her adventurous spirit clearly shines through in her artwork, which comprises images of animals, people, and buildings packed with multitudes of colors and patterns. She uses acrylic, oil pastel, and pencil on wooden panels, wooden cradle board, and canvas.

Inside Looking Back by Janna Sammon

Wallis by Janna Sammon

Make Sure It’s a Good One by Janna Sammon

Join us for Janna Sammon’s Art Party on November 20 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM at the original Hyde Park Bar & Grill location. Meet this whimsical artist, and also enjoy a complimentary buffet of appetizers and drinks at Happy Hour prices!

You can see more of Ms. Sammon’s work at https://jannasammon.com/.

Sharon Zeugin’s Art on Display at Hyde Park Bar & Grill Westgate

By | Art

Works by local artist Sharon Zeugin are now on display at Hyde Park Bar & Grill at Westgate. Ms. Zeugin describes her own art on her website as “intuitive, improvisational,” and “drawing the viewer in for a closer look.” She works in a wide variety of styles and media, the former including paintings, collages, and sketchbooks, and the latter including graphite, gouache, pastel, and ink. She also makes custom maps and does graphic recording and calligraphy.

Ms. Zeugin is on the faculty of the Austin Contemporary Art School, and her work has appeared in numerous publications. She teaches workshops in Austin and around the United States as well as in Canada and Italy.

Sharon Zeugin’s art will be on display through December 17. You can see more of her work at http://sharonzeugin.com/.

Now Showing on the Island at HPBG Westgate: Pastel Paintings by Janet Weaver

By | Art

The artwork of Austin artist Janet Weaver is now on display on the “island” at Hyde Park Bar & Grill at Westgate. Ms. Weaver paints in pastels and loves to work with subjects from nature, such as animals, landscapes, and still lifes. She also paints portraits of people. She works in bold strokes of gorgeous colors, and the joy she finds in her subject matter shines through her work.

Ms. Weaver is a graduate of the University of Texas with a major in Studio Art, and she is a member of numerous art societies and associations. She has taught at the Art School of Austin Museum of Art.

Come out to Hyde Park Bar & Grill at Westgate before December 16 to view Janet Weaver’s beautiful collection! You can see more of her art at http://sharonzeugin.com/.

10 Things You Must Do in The Hyde Park Neighborhood

By | Central location, Community

Welcome to the Hyde Park Neighborhood!

 

Whether you’re a longtime resident or a brand-new addition to our community, the Hyde Park neighborhood has a lot to do and discover! Here are 10 things to do to be a true Hyde Park resident:

 

 

Visit the Elisabet Ney Museum

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This Hyde Park art museum which hosts over 25,000 guests per year served as the former home and studio of German sculptor Elizabet Ney who moves from Germany to Austin in 1882. Admission is free, and the museum hosts an array of events and activities from educational exhibits, workshops, and other special events.

 

See a show at Hyde Park Theatre

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The Hyde Park Theatre is an iconic, alternative theatre nestled in the Hyde Park Neighborhood. When they aren’t producing Frontera Fest (an unjuried fringe festival spanning five-weeks and the entire city) they are putting on performances and helping develop writers, designers, directors, and actors within the Austin, Texas community.

 

 

Go to The Firehouse Festival 

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Photo by Hyde Park Neighborhood Association

The Firehouse Festival celebrates the “saving of Firehouse #9” and donnes a festival, parade, decorated cars, and other festivities on a selected Sunday in October.

 

Work out at Hyde Park Gym

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Photo by CitySeeker

If you’ve seen the gym with the giant scuplted arm  curling a bicep bursting out of the front, you’ve seen the Hyde Park Gym! A self-proclaimed “complete-minimalist” gym, with no blaring music or TVs, there is ample space for weightlifting, powerlifting, strongman, bodybuilding and more.

 

Sample cheese at Antonelli’s

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Photo by Antonelli’s

Visit your local cheesemongers at Antonelli’s for a taste-before-you-buy, all-cheese-all-the-time experience! If you’re a lover of cheese, a date-night at the best little cheese shop in Austin is right up your alley.

 

Have a pastry from Quacks

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Photo by Quacks Bakery

Quacks 43rd Street Bakerys is the current incarnation of Captain Quackenbushes Intergalactic Dessert Company. If that’s not enough to pique your interest, Quack’s was the very first coffee shop in Austin, and has come a long way from serving only espresso drinks. With a full coffee bar and a wide array of delicious, house-made pastries, tell everyone you know to “Meet at Quacks.”

 

Visit Mondo Gallery

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Photo by Austin CultureMap

A creative space offering pop-culture inspired limited-edition tees and screenprinted posters along with vinyl movie soundtracks, VHS-reissues, toys, and other quirky, comic-inspired odds and ends.

 

Have world famous fries at Hyde Park Bar & Grill

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Since 1982, Hyde Park Bar & Grill has trying to figure out what makes their fries so good. In the top 20 fries in the us, as named by Food & Wine Magazine, Hyde Park Fries are dipped in buttermilk and rolled in spiced flour before cooking, and served with delectable Hyde Park Sauce.

 

Take a walk through Shipe Park

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Photo by The Hyde Park Neighborhood Association

A 2 acre park featuring sports courts & fields, pool, picnic tables, and a playground as well as giant shade trees and a creek running through the park. Perfect for a morning run, afternoon picnic, or romantic evening walk down the trail.

Play pinball at The Parlor

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Photo by The Parlor

Located on Guadalupe, The Parlor offers  local craft brews,  as well as mixed drinks and great wine, daily happy hours, and an incredibly eclectic Juke box, outdoor patio and a pinball machine! You can’t truly call yourself a resident of Hyde Park until you’ve played pinball at The Parlor, ya’ll.

 

How many of these Hyde Park activities have you done? Are there any we missed? Let Us Know!