Whether it's an early morning row, or afternoon run along the trail, finding time for yourself won't be hard at 70 Rainey. With easy access to the trail and its many amenities, and the tower's proximity to some of Austin's premiere spas and salons, the ability to look and feel your best is just outside your doorstep.
Not only is this boutique grocery a convenient, urban-minded stop for a fresh salad or made-to-order sandwich, it also has plenty of cocktail party essentials. Shelves of cheeses, chocolates, and cut flowers, as well as local chips and salsas (this is Texas, after all). There’s also a generous beer and wine collection.
Walking into Roar feels like stepping into your fabulous friend’s house: It’s stylish and friendly, sophisticated and comfortable. Owner Rory McNeill has attracted some of the best independent stylists in the city, all of whom are experts in men and women’s hair, from classic cuts to balayage and creative color.
Natural beauty is at your front door – go for a jog or a bike ride around Lady Bird Lake, just steps from 70 Rainey. With distances of just over 2 miles to the full 10.3 mile loop, and nearly every distance in between, the trail serves Austinites' active lifestyle daily. Should you prefer the scenic route to work, the trail is a fantastic (and often faster) commute to West downtown or South Austin.
Located at the mouth of the Waller Creek delta sits Waller Creek Boat House, home to Austin Rowing Club, Alta's Cafe, Congress Avenue Kayaks, and Rō Fitness. Whether you're a competitive rower looking to join a team, or just looking to get out and paddle-board the lake, this neighborhood boathouse can accommodate all your needs.