There are several Austin neighborhoods that are wonderful examples of what the word neighborhood really means, a place where neighbors relax on their front porches and you can walk to the local cafe. Hyde Park is just that. With its turn-of-the-century architecture, tree-shaded streets and unique Austin businesses serving the neighborhood, it is an address many Austinites would love to have. Maintaining the architectural integrity of the neighborhood is paramount for Hyde Parkers and so there is a lot of attention to monitoring real estate renovations and new construction. The neighborhood also has one of Austin's much-praised municipal golf courses. Hancock Golf Course on East 41st Street was built in 1899 and is the oldest golf course in Texas. Hyde Park's proximity to the University of Texas at Austin campus makes it popular among faculty and graduate students, and young professionals working downtown find the easy commute attractive. The quintessential neighborhood is also popular with young families who enjoy the quiet streets, neighborhood parks and welcoming community. Hyde Park is truly unique, and is a neighborhood that helps make Austin such a wonderful city to live in.
Modern Italian fare from house made pasta to handcrafted pizza, all served in a simple setting.
Comfort food & American standards set in a 1920s home with a giant fork sculpture out front.
Chill hangout, open late, known for its gelato-based cocktails, coffee & gourmet sandwiches.
Quack's 43rd St. Bakery is the current incarnation of Captain Quackenbushes Intergalactic Dessert Company and Espresso Cafe which had, at one point, been located on " The Drag" in Austin, Texas.
Direct importer of beautifully handcrafted gifts for you and your home from Syria, Egypt & Morocco, Turkey and beyond.
Women's boutique featuring trendy designer casualwear & accessories, plus home decor.