The Old Pecan Street Cafe is located in a Historic Landmark building which lies at the center of Austin's famous Sixth Street district. Their building was erected by J.W. Simpson in 1905 for his new hardware store. The limestone rubble walls of the structure were originally part of the Radcliffe Platt Livery dating back to 1872. In 1972, the Old Pecan Street Cafe opened its doors and has been thrilling guests with its unique menu and ambiance ever since. They are within a few blocks of many downtown hotels, the convention center, and many of Austin's premiere nightclubs. In this setting they offer first-class dining with a historic ambiance and menus that deliver a French twist that is subtle yet enticing.
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