Nightlife in Steiner Ranch

$5 for One Movie Ticket at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (Up to $10.50 Value)

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

Multiple Locations

$10.50 $5

(1756)

Watch first-run blockbusters and classics free from distractions such as texting as servers bring food and drinks directly to your seat

"The Great Love Debate" at ZACH Theatre on September 29 at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 38% Off)

The Great Love Debate

ZACH Theatre

$41.99 $26

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Town Hall-style dating event pairs a panel of love experts with 400 singles for an evening of advice, fun, and flirting

Wine-Education Class with Snack Pairings and Wineglasses for Two or Four at House Wine (Up to 51% Off)

House Wine

Zilker

$45 $26

Wine-education class bolsters vino fluency and includes snack pairings, reusable wine bags, and travel-ready stemless wineglasses

Theatre en Bloc Presents "Cock" at The Off Center, October 3–26 (Up to 50% Off)

Theatre en Bloc Presents "Cock"

The Off Center

$30 $17

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The protagonist finds himself in love with both a man and a woman in this candid, award-winning comedy

Outdoor Movie and Popcorn for Two or Double Feature for Two or Four at Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In (Up to 58% Off)

Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In

RMMA

$24 $12

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Independent flicks and classic films from the 50s to the 90s fill the screen at Austin's only drive-in movie theater

One or Two Flavored Hookahs with Snacks and Drinks at Ontario Hookah Lounge (Up to Half Off)

Ontario Hookah Lounge

Riverside

$25 $15

Guests sip sodas and munch on snacks as they puff water-cooled clouds of flavored tobacco smoke

Pub Food and Drinks for Two or Four at Bobcat Nation Sports Bar & Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Bobcat Nation Sports Bar & Grill

San Marcos

$20 $11

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While games play on 25 flat-screen TVs, guests dine on wings, fried shrimp baskets, burgers, and regional hot dogs, including The Chicago

Up to 53% Off General Admission Movie Ticket at Alamo Drafthouse. Four Locations Available.

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

Multiple Locations

$10 $5

(376)

Watch first-run blockbusters and classics free from distractions such as texting as servers bring food and drinks directly to your seat

One or Three Hookahs at Gypsy Cafe (Up to 45% Off)

Gypsy Cafe

North Central Thousand Oaks

$20 $11

Gaggles of hookah smokers blend exotic flavors, including mango, rose, and pomegranate, as they sink deep into cozy, animal-print couches

$15 for $30 Worth of Bar Food at Play Sports + Kitchen

Play Sports + Kitchen

Stone Oak

$30 $15

Spacious sports bar with 18 high definition televisions and seven projection screens, Offers a lot of delicious drinks and food

$17.50 for Movie Tickets and Regular Popcorns for Two at Santikos Theatres ($34 Value)

Santikos Theatres

Multiple Locations

$34 $17.50

Theaters project first-run blockbusters in digital picture and sound on Sunday through Thursday

ARTS San Antonio Presents Beatrice Rana at Aztec Theatre on October 2 at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Beatrice Rana

Multiple Locations

$29 $15

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Precocious pianist demonstrates the keyboard skills that won her silver at the 2013 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition

"Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" at Cameo Theatre on October 4–26 (Up to 50% Off)

"Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber of Fleet Street"

Cameo Theatre

$72 $36

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Stephen Sondheim's Tony-winning musical follows a mad, vengeful barber who kills his enemies, then has them baked into meat pies

"The History of Texas...In One Darn Easy Lesson!" at The Arneson River Theater on October 12 (Up to 33% Off)

"The History of Texas...in one darn easy lesson!"

Arneson River Theater

$15 $10

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An eccentric professor and his sidekick take audiences through 500 years of Texas history in a madcap 5,000 seconds

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Zack's American Bistro is always changing. The restaurant's atmosphere shifts throughout the day, from a casual family spot?complete with an outdoor playground for wait-averse kids?in the early hours to a dinner scene that's boisterous in the evening yet quiet and romantic later in the night. Its food, meanwhile, adheres to the seasons, unlike a snow-globe souvenir from the Florida Keys. Thankfully, chef-owner Bryan Cromwell and executive chef Brian Milne can handle whatever the restaurant demands of them.

They rule an open kitchen that allows guests to watch as their food is cooked, which makes for a lively atmosphere tuned to the fast-paced meal preparation. Although their environs might be modern, the chefs are guided by an old-fashioned sensibility and an appreciation for seasonal and Texas-produced ingredients. These fresh components go into dishes such as filet of sole stuffed with crab, chicken corn chowder, hearty house-ground Texas beef burgers, and crispy thin-crust pizzas loaded with eclectic toppings and red, white, or barbecue sauce. Roughly 25 wines by the bottle and a brief but robust selection of local craft brews complement the spread.

5145 N FM 620
Austin,
TX
US

A finger-licking land of savory bites, Uncle Billy’s boasts a menu loaded with slow cooked barbecued meats, including brisket, ribs, jalepeno cheese sausage, turkey and burgers, as well as light, contrasting salads. Though your Groupon isn't valid toward alcohol, Uncle Billy’s imprimatur remains home to handcrafted creations from brewers Amos Lowe and Brian Peters, who happily pour in-house beers alongside a rotating tap of favorites from breweries throughout Texas. Live music lights up the weekend nighttime air, and a liberal, dogs-welcome policy at the Barton Springs location keeps the outdoor patio cozy on sunny afternoons.

6550 Comanche Trl
Austin,
TX
US

Catching a flick at Moviehouse & Eatery is more than a feast for the eyes?it can be an actual feast, too. Outfitted with lush recliners and a friendly waitstaff, the venue's dine-in theaters invite guests to fill up on from-scratch dishes while watching the latest blockbusters. A full-service bar located in the lobby features local brews on tap, house wines, and signature cocktails, all of which can be delivered to viewers' seats.

But the focus on food doesn't mean the movies fall by the wayside. Take the Big House auditorium, for instance, where a wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling screen offers one of the largest viewing experiences in the region. Additionally, some of Moviehouse's theaters feature D-Box seating. These specially programmed seats are synced to the action in the film, meaning they rumble during car chases and giggle during scenes with George Clooney.

8300 N FM 620
Austin,
TX
US

Johnson's Backyard Garden puts customers in a direct partnership with East Austin farmers by sharing in their harvest of more than 60 types of homegrown, certified-organic veggies, fruits, and herbs. Cultivated from the 200 fertile acres of river-bottom soils along the Colorado River, the farm's fresh produce populates local restaurants, farmers' markets, and the doorsteps of its members who can pre-order crates of seasonal edibles. Members also get access to the Veg Guide and its storage and cooking tips for each included item, like a care manual that children never come with.

900 Ranch Road 620 South
Lakeway,
TX
US

Today’s Groupon sides sizable sips and savories with the best view of what’s happening on Sixth Street. For $15, you’ll get $30 worth of contemporary Mexican tastes at Iron Cactus, an established eatery with three redeemable locations, more than 75 types of tequila, and an army of iron, cactus-shaped automatons waiting to serve and delight dinners. Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.

13420 Galleria Cir
Bee Cave,
TX
US

When Reina Morris relocated to Texas from Argentina in 1997, she quickly impressed new friends with the Argentinean dishes that she brought to dinner parties?in particular, the desserts. That conversational praise inspired her to hone her skills by enrolling at the Texas Culinary Academy. Today, she's the owner and head chef of the award-winning Buenos Aires Caf?, where she earns adoration for puff pastry layered with housemade dulce de leche or rolled strawberry cake laced with Kahlua and coffee. "Morris' pastries, the likes of which are found nowhere else in Austin, are delicacies worth every calorie," wrote Claudia Alarc?n for the Austin Chronicle.

Morris also creates savory recipes as unique and flavorful as her last courses. She fills empanadas with spiced beef and raisins, forms gnocchi from scratch with pumpkin and cinnamon or cilantro and jalape?o, and fashions small plates of tapas for the happy-hour crowd to enjoy with glasses of wine poured into glasses or feedbags. On a whim, she'll concoct specials such as wild-mushroom-stuffed quail with cheddar-bacon grit cakes and broiled tomato. The kitchen stays stocked with organic produce and hormone-free beef and pork from local farmers, ensuring that the dishes are as fresh as they are ready to give directions to the interstate.


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13500 Galleria Cir
Bee Cave,
TX
US

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