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Best Places To Spend a Sunday Funday In Austin

Jan 2, 2014
Best Places To Spend a Sunday Funday In AustinKung Fu Saloon - 510 Rio Grande Street Arcade junkies, this is your destination for Sunday Funday. Their vintage arcade games are free all day so you can get lost in Ms. Packman for hours. They also have classics like Street Fighter, Big Buck Hunter and more. Be sure to hit up the Build Your Own Blood Mary Bar, or have a few dollar mimosas if that's more your speed. By Sunday afternoon, it gets pretty rowdy, and surely a few patrons end up calling in sick on Monday. Sundays 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. Tacos & Tequila (TNT) - 507 Pressler Street All-you-can-eat-and-drink can be a dangerous combination. At a cool $18.95, TNT hosts a Sunday Brunch that's well worth the price of admission. It’s almost magical how every time your glass is near empty, you can look away for a moment, and it's filled to the brim again. The buffet style brunch covers everything from house made guacamole to Belgian waffles, so you're sure to find something that's right up your alley.  10:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. The Goodnight - 2700 West Anderson Lane #101 This adult playground offers free bowling and free karaoke all day on Sundays. Come hungry, because they have an extensive brunch menu that is top notch. You can find anything from a simple grilled cheese, to a steak and egg breakfast platter. They have dollar mimosas and 32oz MegaMosas for those who are mega thirsty. Come early and stay late because their dinner menu is just as amazing; add free games to the mix, and what more could you ask for? The Park at The Domain - 11601 Domain Drive The Park at the Domain hosts a solid Sunday Brunch, buffet style ($15) and endless dollar mimosa. What sets them apart from the other dollar mimosa joints in town is that they always have several different flavors of juice for your mimosa to choose from. There's nothing ‘chill’ about Sundays at The Park at the Domain; they have a DJ, and a dance floor that gets hopping after a few rounds of mimosas. They also have plenty of TV’s, and there isn't a bad seat in the house if you're looking to catch a game. blogger_city_guide_austin_sunday_funday_550c550 Banger’s Sausage and Beer - 79 Rainey Street As if this Rainey Street gem couldn’t be any more enticing, on Sundays they host a Big Band Brunch that's simply amazing. They have a special brunch menu that will make any meat eaters mouth water, and drinks that are dangerously good. Their ManMosa is a liter mug filled with a bottle of champagne; yes, a whole bottle, topped off with a splash of cranberry or OJ. If that's a little too aggressive, you can check out the Build Your Own Bloody Mary bar. There’s live music from noon until 3:00 p.m. and your pup is always welcome to come join the party. 
 Sundays noon – 3:00 p.m. Last words: In the summer, it goes with out saying your Sunday Funday should involve the lake. So buddy up to your friend with that boat, pack a cooler and head on out for the ultimate Sunday Funday. For more ideas, check out our deals for things to do in Austin.