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ON ROTATION

Since we opened in September 2015, our dedication to Austin's local music + art community has been represented with events like First Thursday, Symbiosis, Survive & Thrive, and more. Take a look at our upcoming roster of events + fun happenings on property. #seeyouatsch

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Sayonara! The OTOKO team is heading out on their annual summer hiatus in August, but not before a SCH rooftop pool party, fit with temaki handrolls from OTOKO, chilled signature cocktails from WATERTRADE + curated jams by the punk-rock legend himself, Chef Yoshi Okai.

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Celebrate Austin Pride Month at South Congress Hotel’s “Everybody Say Love!” Pride Market, in partnership with Eastside Pop-Up + The Little Gay Shop, on Sunday, August 15th from 11am-3pm.

Shop 20+ local vendors from the LBGTQ+ community, alongside an afternoon of drag performances by local Drag Queens...

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First Thursday at South Congress Hotel

The party you know and love. Each month we celebrate the iconic tradition of First Thursday with live local music + drink specials all night. Always free, free, free + open to the public. #seeyouatSCH

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What's more Austin than patios, cold beer, live music, and South Congress Avenue? Join us on the Central Standard patio for a rotating setlist of local musicians on Wednesdays throughout the season. No reservation needed — come on by and say howdy!

Tune into our collective playlist featuring local artists that have joined us throughout the Central Standard Time live music series.

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Mañana Austin Pastries

Enjoy 1/2 off all pastries at Mañana Coffee, Juice & Bakeshop, including kouign amanns, cinnamon rolls and seasonal macarons, created and baked in-house by Executive Pastry Chef and James Beard Award Semifinalist Amanda Rockman.

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Take a few notes from Chef Yoshi Okai, as he creates traditional recipes from his hometown of Kyoto on Food Network. Learn the secrets behind making *good* sushi rice for masaba oshizushi, a simple mackerel hand roll + how to make Edamame Tofu, a recipe that brings back summer memories in Kyoto.

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