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Hip live acts, a laid-back atmosphere and a massive outdoor beer garden make this old-fashioned bar a favorite with locals. Two full bars and stages with 11 drafts on tap.
Built in 1871, The Scoot is the oldest continuously running beer joint in central Texas. In the olden days weary pioneers would roll their wagons into the Scoot "drive in" for a jug of beer, rations and perhaps some ice when available. Many nights, pioneers, Luddites, Flat-Heads, drunks, dullards, rough-necks, ranch hands,
1308 East 4th Street, Austin, TX 78702
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
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