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La La's Little Nugget. It's always Christmas in the Crestview Neighborhood of the ATX.

I just re-visited this YEAR-ROUND Christmas themed Bar in the North Central Austin neighborhood of Crestview. It's spewing with character and holiday cheer. It's located on Justin Lane, just east of Burnet Road, yet still south of Anderson Lane. 

There is a 1 dollar for 4 songs jukebox, outdoor covered patio, bar-b-que eatery next door, and tons of unique Christmas Decorations. There is even a CHRISTMAS countdown clock continuously running behind the bar. It is both liquor and beer. I recommend it! GVM Austin Silent Market, Licensed Real Estate Agent. 

In Silent Market insight  news, I recently generated a 424k CASH offer for just 1 = .15 Acre sized lot on Pequeno in Crestview, and the owner still said NO. So there go for lot value and demand in CRESTVIEW my friends. 

Earlier this year, I successfully worked and funded a Silent Market seller, with a buyer from Brohn Homes. Brohn bought the lot on Alegria for 400K even cash, and is currently building 1 new 2650 +/- square Spec NEW Home on the lot. My Brohn contact said it'll be priced around 949K-979K +/-/. in Spring 2020. 

North Central Austin is HAPPENING people!


About Lala's

Founded in 1972, Lala's Little Nugget has long been one of the divining and endearing bars of Austin, Texas for decades. With the halls decked with boughs of holly year round, Santa and his reindeer perched on the roof and generations of Christmas memorabilia, Lala's is a North Pole oasis in Central Texas.
Here at Lala's we have been thrilled to see the growth of the Crestview and North Burnet neighborhood and have enjoyed welcoming droves of newcomers to our loyal fanbase. Please stop by soon for a cold beer or tasty cocktail with the

friendliest bar staff in town or enjoy a warm Austin evening on our patio!


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