The growth along Burnet Road in the past two years has given birth to the newest soon-to-be iconic Austin businesses. Centrally located between downtown and North Austin, the Lo-Burn IBIZ District boasts a myriad of fun and exciting experiences. Lo-Burn is the “lower” part of Burnet Road, which begins at 44th Street and extends to North Loop Boulevard.
The mix of architecture from the 1930’s to the present represents a blend of long-time and new locally owned businesses. With delightful boutiques, thrift, vintage, antique, and collectible shops, shopping is just one fun way to spend the day.
Feel good about your retail therapy by patronizing one of the many thrift shops that support Austin non-profits. Special finds in the district include licensed UT gear, vintage clothing and furniture, handmade pottery, grilling supplies, and new and gently used clothing for the entire family.
If you’re hungry after all that shopping, you’ll find contemporary fine dining, ethnic food, coffee shops, bakeries, craft beer, and unfussy establishments serving everyday eats and drinks in this popular Central Austin strip.
In addition to dining and shopping, the district is dotted with an array of services. It is full of traditional and holistic health practitioners, including doctors, massage therapists, and fitness specialists. You’ll also encounter salons, tattoo shops, tailoring, pet care and supplies, and professional services such as accounting, architecture, and photography.
Oh and FYI, it’s pronounced “Burn-it” if y’all are local and “Burn-ette” if you’re not from ’round these parts.
Food & Drink
416 Americana| 5000 BURNET | Apothecary Cafe | Austin CakeBall | Austin Diner | Billy’s on Burnet | Blue Star Cafeteria | Chi’Lantro | Gusto Italian Kitchen + Wine Bar | Kellie’s Baking Co. | La Cocina de Consuelo | Maru Japanese Restaurant | Noble Sandwich Co | Pacha | Phoenecia Bakery & Deli | Pinthouse Pizza | Pit BBQ | Sarah’s Mediterranean Grill | Stitsons | Taco Shack | Texas Go Freezee | The Upper Crust Bakery | Tiny Pies | Torchy’s Tacos
A Custom House | Assistance League THRIFT HOUSE | Bark ‘n Purr | Blue Skies Frame Co. | Charlotte’s Fiesta Flowers | Erlewine Guitars | Feats of Clay | Gypsies Antiques | Knife Sharpist | Longhorn Trophies | Miguel’s Imports | Rave On Vintage | Russell Korman | Say Hi | SparkleKids | Spectacle Eye Designs | Spring Frost Designer Clearance House | Sue Patrick | The Magic Caravan | The Needle Works | The Niceties of Life | Top Drawer Thrift | Uptown Modern | Vin Taj | Wear Art Thou | Wig Avenue
AA Lawnmower Sales & Service | Abode | Aces a Chuck Edwards Salon | Austin Simply Fit | Austin School of Ballet | Bare Body Spa | Blush | Breathe and Body Yoga | Brian Mikeska, Goldsmith Designer | Buff | Camp 4 Paws | Caplan Miller Events | David Manning Architecture | Dr Steven Margolin, Family Health Center | Eye Physicians of Austin | Haute House Beauty | Hoover Architects | i2i Group | IronSmith Austin | J Robinson & Assoc., Architects | Kiss N’ Makeup | Lauterstein-Conway Massage School | Mantis Salon | Melanie Rutledge, CPA | Mirror Mirror | Mod Fitness | Mr Cassette Audio/Video Services | New Dimensions Physical Therapy | Petite Ecole Internationale French Imersion Preschool | Platinum Ink Tattoo | Renaissance Glass Company | Risher Martin Fine Homes | Ritual Salon + Spa | Rosedale Veterinary Clinic | Salon Uffizi | Texas Construction Co. | The Auto Stoppe | TRAMPS Salon | Triana Tailors