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Intelligent Infrastructure 2023 will be held at the Renaissance Austin Hotel, in North Austin 

Located in the stylish Arboretum and surrounded by hill country scenery, this hotel celebrates the local character of Austin.
You can easily explore North Austin from the hotel, which is just minutes from The Domain, the Austin Greenbelt and downtown Austin.

Intelligent Infrastructure has a block of discounted rooms reserved for attendees, use the link below to secure this special rate

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Moments away from Austin Renaissance Hotel The Domain NORTHSIDE captures the creative essence of the Capital City , whilst c
atering to Austin’s affluent population with the highest-end retailers and restaurants surrounded by beautiful and tranquil landscaping. 







Rock Rose
offers the charm and energy of a bustling downtown, nestled in the heart of North Austin. The Lavaca Street Bar (pictured),  The Wonder Bar (pictured) is an interactive and imaginative bar that features unique installations, as well as dining delights like Velvet Taco (pictured).

nearby Restaurants

The Roaring Fork
10850 Stonelake Blvd, Austin, TX 78759

Wood Fired Cooking that captures the spirit of bold American cuisine, creating flavors that crackle with a rugged edge. In the Old West, the best food was prepared on a simple wood fire. This same spirit, freshness and flavor are at the heart of every dish we serve. Select from lamb, chicken, beef, pork and fresh fish entrees all perfectly prepared by wood fire rotisserie, open flame grill or wood oven roasting. Impeccable service and relaxed atmosphere. Roaring Fork’s ideal blend of energy and intimacy has made it a favorite for over a decade.



Manuel’s Regional Mexican Cooking
10201 Jollyville Rd, Austin, TX 78759

For more than 39 years, Manuel’s has served residents, politicians, musicians, and students in Austin, Texas. From the farm to the sea, we prepare Mexican food infused with delicious, savory flavors that are steeped in tradition. Award-winning recipes and famous margaritas transport you. Food is prepared with high quality, local, and fresh ingredients. The beef, chicken, and pork are ALL NATURAL, antibiotic-free. Our seafood and fish are WILD CAUGHT from certified sustainable waters, and fish is hand-cut daily, never frozen. They feature many gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegetarian options.

Further Afield

 Salt lick BBQ – 18300 Farm to Market Rd 1826 UNIT C, Driftwood, TX 78619

  Art Walk –  enjoy its rich collection of Public Art whilst enjoying a self-guided stroll around E 2nd Street & beyond. VISIT WEBSITE

Waterloo Park is right next to the State capitol building. VISIT WEBSITE

Urban hiking – Waller beach at town lake Metropolitan park , offers kayaking & The Ann & Rory Butler Hike and bike trail along the Colorado river.VISIT WEBSITE

 Mexic-Arte is a small museum dedicated to  traditional contemporary Mexican, Latino and Latin American art and culture VISIT WEBSITE

“Keep Austin Weird”.  visit Museum of the Weird, on 6th Street in downtown Austin, Texas inside Lucky Lizard Curios & Gifts.  VISIT WEBSITE

The Texas capitol building in the largest capitol building in the United States. Free tours run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. Look closely at the brass chandeliers in the House of Representatives Chamber, the light bulbs spell out T-E-X-A-S. VISIT WEBSITE

Live music is Literally everywhere in Austin, try Visiting the lively bar and restaurant scene in Rainey Street.

Congress avenue bridge and its bats Starting in late March North America’s largest urban bat population of Mexican free tailed bats calls Austin home.  The best time to see the bats is around sunset, but this “nightly show” can happen anytime between 7:30 & 9:45 p.m.

Black and LatinX owned businesses in Austin

Topio has a commitment to supporting Black and LatinX owned businesses

Black and LatinX Owned Business Acceleration Program

If you want to take action and leave a lasting impact on Austin’s Black, hispanic and LatinX community, neighborhoods and businesses, spend your money at these businesses and restaurants during your visit.

Click here For an Austin Field Guide created by Visit Austin & the  Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GAHCC).

Click here For do512.com list of black owned businesses, with a map of  restaurants

Click here  for LatinX owned restaurants in Austin