Best Spots for a Drink in Austin During the 2023 Rogue Invitational
Cheers to fitness and fitness spectating!
After a day of watching athletes move fast and lift heavy at the Rogue Invitational, you will be thirsty. There are tons of bars and breweries to relax at in the greater Austin area, so sit back, relax, and check out the best spots to have a drink in Austin.
411 W. Main St., Round Rock, TX 78664
Urban Rooftop is Round Rock’s best rooftop bar, offering craft cocktails, light food, and city views. The bar is speakeasy-inspired, offering light food pairings to complement the cocktails. The bar also boasts live entertainment on Saturdays.
Make sure to make a reservation online!
2307 Kramer Lane, Austin, TX 78758
Hopsquad is a go-to stop for MLS fans, located near Q2 Stadium. They offer a huge selection of cans to-go and often open early on Sundays. They also sell other drink options like margaritas and mules and offer a weekday happy hour from 3 PM to 6 PM. You can relax in both indoor and outdoor dining areas.
3009 Industrial Terrace, Austin, TX 78758
Austin Beerworks offers a multitude of beer types and has a food truck taking up residence just outside, serving nachos, tacos, and burgers. There is a big outdoor seating area to take advantage of good weather, and you can order takeout orders online here.
1700 Bryant Dr. #107, Round Rock, TX 78664
Open since 2013, Bluebonnet is family-owned and operated, and the husband and wife team behind it take great pride in serving some of the best craft beers in the area. The taproom is open Thursday-Sunday, and food trucks are there every night to offer food to go along with the brews.
313 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78701
In the mood for something fancier and more intimate? Midnight Cowboy is located on 6th Street in Austin, about a 30-minute drive from the venue, and it is one of the oldest speakeasies in Austin. It was originally a brothel masquerading as a massage parlor and is now a lounge with a secret entrance, old-school cocktails, and a haunted history. The space is small, so make sure to make a reservation.
1133 CR 137, Hutto, TX 78634
Rockabilly prides itself on being the neighborhood watering hole and was started with a husband and wife team as a thank-you to wedding guests. They homebrewed batches for the wedding party to enjoy on the big day, and the rest is history. Rockabilly has several trivia nights and plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, and leashed dogs are welcome.
- The Brass Tap – 204 E. Main St., Round Rock, TX 78664
- Lazarus Brewing Company – 1902 E. 6th St., Austin, TX 78702
- Red Horn Brewery and Roastery – 1615 Scottsdale Dr., Bldg 1, Unit 110, Leander, TX 78641