Historic Scoot Inn
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Scoot Inn has a history as rich as Austin itself. In 1871, the introduction of the city's railway prompted Sam and Nancy Wilson to open a grocery store next to the tracks. The business operated until 1955, when Aubrey Ivy (nicknamed "Scoot") and his wife purchased the store and renamed it Scoot Inn, where it has since served as a saloon and live music venue. A separate bar inside—dubbed Ivy's Room—features regular piano performances, while the rest of Scoot Inn plays host to bands like Harvest Thieves, Brownout, White Reaper and more.
1308 E 4th St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 4pm-2am; Sat & Sun 2pm-2am|
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