Judges Hill Neighborhood is the last remaining primarily residential downtown neighborhood in Austin Texas. Established in 1851 as Austin's Original City Neighborhood, the Judges Hill Neighborhood is a richly diverse community. The area includes many historically designated
properties from the late 1800s, some significant mid-century modern design, student communities and limited multi-family housing. Many residents have been a part of the Judges Hill Neighborhood for more than 50 years, representing generations of ownership. The neighborhood is located north of the central business district of downtown Austin on the eastern bluff overlooking Pease Park, bordered by Rio Grande Street, 15th Street, Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd and Lamar Blvd. Although homes seldom come on the market in Judges Hill; however, when they do it is a central city neighborhood that can't be overlooked.
Southern fare is elevated with farm-fresh ingredients & modern plating in elegant refurbished home.
Sophisticated restaurant in the Hotel Ella serving New American fare & drinks in an elegant space.
Eclectic watering hole offering old-school cocktails, happy hour specials & Mexican nibbles.
The closest thing Austin has to an authentic speakeasy, the dimly lit historic drinking den known for rumored under-the-table political dealings (and other potentially unsavory activities) since it opened in the 1970s.
Compact store for professionally designed bouquets & flower bouquets, plus plants & gift baskets.
Nonprofit visual & performing arts gallery with rotating exhibits of contemporary work by women.