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Bar 96 Social Club launches Superbowl Sunday! Giveaways and complimentary beer and snacks at 2pm on Feb 3 during sign up!

and the countdown begins for Superbowl Sunday and the launch of Bar 96 Social Club!

From the classy crew who brought you Clive and Lustre Pearl, Bar 96 adds its own casual ease to the eclectic mix of Rainey Street vintage playground.

Infused with a sports-friendly vibe and a wraparound porch that loves the company of late night loungers, its the bar with a little something for everyone.

A place where you can catch the game while savoring Texas brews in the comfort of a neighborhood back yard. 96 feels like home - except you'll never want to go to bed.

Bar 96 offers a diverse beer selection, champagne, wine and a full bar, as well as all the classics: Corn-hole, Jenga, and more, including an old photo booth!


Bar 96 opened its doors in late 2010 for a sports-friendly and relaxed environment for all to enjoy. It is Bridget Dunlap's third bar in Austin, following Lustre Pearl and Clive. Bar 96 is a great success but not the last success for Dunlap. Container Bar will open in fall of 2012.


The Rainey Street Historic District is a street of historic homes, many of the bungalow style, in downtown Austin, Texas. Rainey Street is positioned near Lady Bird Lake and Interstate 35 in the southeast corner of downtown. Though 21 buildings are specifically identified as a part of the historic district, the stretch of Rainey between Red River and Driskill includes 31 buildings built before 1934, giving the neighborhood a historic character relative to other areas of the city.

Most of the homeowners asked the city for a zoning change back in 2005 and got it. Rainey went from single family to Central Business District.

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