SXSW: Method Hair Style!


South by Southwest is back for another year of food, fun, music, and interactive media!


Austin has a lot to offer around this time of the year and a few of the girls here, at Method Hair, encourage you to check out some of our friends in the neighborhood this week (March 10 - March 19)!

Check out a variety of good eats, good times, and good music. We promise, you’ll love them as much as we do.


American Eats

Super Burger

These restaurants/bars are perfect for American eats with a Texan twist.

Yellow Jacket Social Club
Enjoy a variety of alcohol beverages in a Cozy watering hole known for its global nibbles, dog-friendly patio, recycled wood, and stone decor.
The Hightower is a blend of local and regional with the cultural heritage of Texas. The Hightower features nightly dinner, happy hour every day, weekend brunch, all with a creative bar program anchoring the space.
Sputnik – located in East Austin – serves lunch, dinner, and drinks. Their menu offers burgers, hot dogs and vegetarian options, and a full-service bar.
Silo on 7th
A laid-back craft burger and craft beer spot, with plenty of outside seating, a rooftop patio, a full bar with craft cocktails, and our own parking lot.


Mexican Eats

If you’re looking for some good Mexican eats, these are your spots!

Tamale House
Eat in or eat out at the Tamale House and get a taste of Tex Mex tacos and more.
Takoba & El Chilito
Enjoy a casual lunch or dinner on the East side at Takoba & El Chilito. Taste a piece of Mexico with fresh ingredients and join the family tradition. 


Asian Bites

Chinese Cusine

Enjoy a variety of Japanese and Chinese dishes right here in Austin.

East Side Kings at Whisler's
East Side King offers Japanese street food with Austin's laid-back, fun-loving vibe. 
Ah Sing Den
Ah Sing Den serves Asian-inspired hot & cold dishes, sweets, cocktails, and sake in an intimate setting.
Dee Dee Food Trailer
Dee Dee, which translates to “Good Good,” is an Austin-based food truck that offers authentic Northern Thai dishes inspired by the heart of Thailand.


Authentic BBQ Dishes

Looking for some good ole' BBQ?

La Barbecue
La Barbecue offers an array of delicious BBQ brisket, pulled pork & sausages at picnic tables.
East Side Tavern
The east side Tavern is a modern rustic tavern serving up beer and cocktails as well as some of the city's best BBQ with a full menu to compliment.



Looking for simpler eats?

East Side Pies
Visit East Side Pies for a thin crispy crust pizza fully loaded with homemade goodness.
Via 313 @ The Brixton
The Via 313 serves authentic Detroit style square Pizza by the slice or whole pies.
Spartan Pizza
Handmade pizza in the heart of Austin.
Your neighborhood Neapolitan Pizzeria, that serves pies, wine, beer, and good times.


And if you're looking for something different...

Well, we’ve got you covered!

Hillside Farmacy
A restaurant and bar located in the old Hillside Drugstore building serving a seasonal menu, supporting local farms & ranches.

Blue Dahlia Bistro
A European bistro serving beautifully simple, healthy food. The Blue Dahlia Bistro features a menu of bread, salads, sandwiches and cheeses, with a nice outdoor setting for you and your friends to enjoy.
Justine’s is perfect for late night dining and when you think you’ve gone too far, they’ll remind you to keep going.




We’ll introduce you to Austin’s very own…


The White Horse

The White Horse Honky Tonk will make ya boogie if ya know what's good for ya.


Hotel Vegas

Hotel Vegas Bar is located in the heart of the east sixth street arts and entertainment district.



The Volstead is a classic vintage cocktail lounge mixed with a little bit of east side dive bar.


Historic Scoot Inn

The Historic Scoot Inn was established in 1871 and has been an iconic East Austin landmark ever since.



If you're looking for more things to do outside of the festival, check out:


Full Circle Bar - live band, Too Far, perform on Wed. March 15th from 2 – 5 pm.


Easy Tiger – for Ping-Pong and a pretty chill spot.


Austin Bouldering Project - for an adventurous day of rock climbing.



Written by: Krissy Lewis