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3-Day Sample Itinerary Grand Reunion

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Itinerary Highlights

Revel in friendships that fuel your spirit during a three-day fun-filled getaway in Austin. Drink up the elegance and ambiance of one of the culture capitals of the United States while you relax and reconnect.

Day 1


Join us in the sunken gardens for a morning yoga flow with instructor Caitlin Fennessy of Peach House ATX, followed by a complimentary wellness shot to get your day going.

Grab breakfast at Josephine House in Clarksville. Mexican-infused brunches are an Austin staple, so don't miss out on the huevos rancheros. Then, walk up and down West Lynn to see some cute little shops, and grab a coffee for the stroll at Cafe Medici.

Rent kayaks for your group to paddle along Lady Bird Lake. Or, for a more rigorous challenge, paddleboard your way into the day with views of downtown. Allow us to make your reservation and the second hour of your rental will be complimentary.


Try a selection of freshly shucked oysters on the half shell or perhaps a delicious grilled Texas redfish sandwich at Perla's on South Congress. Everyone wants to sit under the oak trees on the pretty patio, but they don't take reservations. Have your Estate host make a reservation inside, and then ask how long the wait might be for the patio after you arrive.

After lunch, do a little shopping in the eclectic and quirky shops of South Congress.


Join us for our Weekday Punchbowl from 4-6pm in the Mansion.

Sip margaritas at Suerte and order the Suadero Tacos - they melt in your mouth and are so tasty, you might have to put in an order for a second round. A lot of places will say they have the best margarita in town, but theirs is definitely on another level.

Catch a show at any of Austin's live music venues. Ask your Estate Host for details and tickets.

Head over to The Roosevelt Room downtown, a swanky craft cocktail bar with a well designed industrial-chic decor. Try the "Cigar Box" cocktail made with smoky mezcal, black tea syrup, bitters, and tobacco essence.

Day 2


Sip a tasty cup of French-pressed Tiny House Coffee made from your in-room coffee service for a leisurely start to the day. Then, fuel up with breakfast in the Mansion dining room.

Set off for a wine tasting in the Hill Country. Ask your Estate host for a comprehensive guide to the many wineries throughout the Texas Hill Country.


Visit Wild Seed Farms in Fredericksburg. This is the largest working wildflower farm in the country. March through October their expansive fields are a colorful display of native Texas wildflowers.

Ask to sit near the windows at the Airport Diner south of Main Street in Fredericksburg at the Gillespie County Airport. Taste test the P-40 Warhawk sandwich made with local Opa's German sausage, grilled onions and mushrooms, and bacon.

After shopping the quaint Main Street shops in Fredericksburg, hit a couple (or more) of Texas Hill Country wineries. Grape Creek in Fredericksburg and William Chris in Hye are tops.


Request a table on the patio to enjoy the view of the Estate Gardens at Lutie's. Order the Estate's signature mezcal cocktail, The Commodore. A perfect blend of smoke, spice, and herbs.

Head to the East Side. Enjoy boozy drinks and late night Bolognese and Mussels at Justine's Brasserie, the best place to people-watch late night.

Book a portrait with Lumiere Tintype, and don't miss exploring the gorgeous, funky art installations in the back patio.

Day 3


Find the Veracruz All Natural food truck for the best breakfast tacos in Austin, according to celebrity Chef Alton Brown (and many Austinites). Try the migas poblanas and their various salsas to add an extra kick to your selection.


Take a dip in the Estate pool and enjoy cocktails and a magazine on your lounge chair. Save up your energy for a big night out on the town.


Dine at Kemuri Tatsuya, a completely unique experience combining Texas BBQ and Japanese Izakaya. Don't miss the fish collar and the BBQ tsukemen ramen, with a matcha pain killer. The Chinmi menu of Japanese exotics and rarities like "Fries with Eyes" are rated on a scale from "Not Funky" to "You Nasty." Are you brave enough to have a go?

Hit the funkier side of town on East 6th Street, with everything from natural wine bar LoLo to mysterious Ah Sing Den, named after the world's most famous opium den from Victorian times. Get a Oaxacan old fashioned at Whisler's specialty cocktail bar, then scoot on over to White Horse for country and western dancing, or check out The Scoot Inn for an outdoor show.

Commodore Perry sits on 10 acres of uniquely manicured glamour

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