The weather is finally starting to cool down and it is one of the best times to be in Austin, mostly because you can finally be outside without the temperature hitting triple digits. From pumpkin patches to patio dining, take full advantage of this beautiful season with our guide to having the best autumn in Austin!
Gearing Up For Fall: Activities
From pumpkin patches to Hill Country adventures, celebrate fall in Austin with tons of socially distant, seasonal activities.
Dig Into All Things Pumpkin | For breakfast, indulge in the famous pumpkin pancakes at Kerbey Lane Cafe. At lunch, pick up some pumpkin empanadas from La Mexicana Bakery. Then for dinner, try the homemade pumpkin ravioli at Andiamo Ristorante. And don’t forget some sweet pumpkin treats from Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop.
Take A Hike | From downtown Austin to the nearby Texas Hill Country, you’ll find no shortage of places to explore. Take in scenic city views along the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail, or follow the nature trails at Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge near Marble Falls or Enchanted Rock State Natural Area.
Texas Trail Rides | Enjoy fall foliage and the quiet charm of the Texas Hill Country with a guided trail ride on horseback with Texas Trail Rides, just outside downtown Austin.
8601 Bluff Springs Rd | 512.697.9722
Gearing Up For Fall: Patios
Head to one of our favorite Austin patios where you can safely eat and drink alfresco while enjoying the cooler weather.
Gearing Up For Fall: Take-Out
Here are a few places to grab some Thanksgiving essentials.
Lee’s Meat Market | Order a Thanksgiving gift box that can be picked up in-store or delivered. Boxes range from the prime filet box to a twice-baked potato one, with an option to build-your-own box.
1601 W 38th St #12 | 512.467.6700