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New Casual Outdoor Restaurant and Bar Opens on South Lamar

Bouldin Acres is from the EastSide Tavern team

Bouldin Acres
Bouldin Acres
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One of the members behind East Austin barbecue restaurant EastSide Tavern is opening a new casual outdoor restaurant and bar in South Austin, as noted by an eagle-eyed tipster. Bouldin Acres is now open at 2027 South Lamar Boulevard in Zilker as of Thursday, January 23, 2020.

Co-owner Matthew Carter, who lives in the South Austin neighborhood, wanted to bring “approachable food back to that area” where people could have a “regular meal” in a “really cool outdoor environment,” as he told Eater. He’s partnering with Matt Davis on the restaurant.

As for food, the counter- and table-service menu will span different types of general foods, from burgers to tacos to pastrami sandwiches. This includes taco truck Pueblo Viejo. Drinks-wise, there will be cocktails (including EastSide’s popular frosé) and a large draft beer selection.

The space, which had been an automotive sales building, will feature all sorts of outdoor games, including pickleball courts and other lawn games. The name is a nod to Bouldin Creek, which is behind the restaurant.

Bouldin Acres is open at 11 a.m. daily.

EastSide Tavern opened in 2016 on East Cesar Chavez Street.

A rendering of a patio with picnic tables, string lights, and an awning
Rendering of Bouldin Acres’s patio
Rendering: Bouldin Acres [Official]
Rendering of Bouldin Acres’s pickleball courts
Rendering of Bouldin Acres’s pickleball courts
Rendering: Bouldin Acres [Official]

Update, 1:53 p.m.: This article has been updated to reflect the correct projected opening date for Bouldin Acres.

Update, January 24, 2020: This article has been updated to reflect the opening status of Bouldin Acres and the on-site taco truck.

Bouldin Acres

2027 South Lamar Boulevard, , TX 78704 (512) 536-0132 Visit Website

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