Hyde Park

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Hyde Park

As an official historic district listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Hyde Park and the nearly 2,000 homes within its boundaries tell the story of a history that began in the 1890s. From the well-maintained Victorian and Tudor style homes built when the area was established, to the 1920s bungalows representative of the area, familes and students searching for the charm of days past have flocked to the area. And lucky for them, any night in Hyde Park usually includes indulging in a slice of pie at Quack’s Bakery or dinner at the perfectly named Hyde Park Bar & Grill, known for their famously battered french fries.

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East to West Boundaries: Duval to Guadalupe + North to South Boundaries: E 51st St to E 38th St + Nearby Neighborhoods: North University and Hancock

History in the making

Hyde Park Gym encourages maintaining local businesses, especially ones with biceps that big.

Mother's Cafe is Hyde Park's favorite vegetarian restaurant. Even carnivores love it.

A homemade sandwich eaten on a porch or picnic table is a great way to slow down a day in Austin.

Take a walk around Hyde Park and you'll see the history everywhere.

Austin is a pretty big city, but it's also a pretty small town.

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