Revivified and diversified. That’s East Austin, where modern loft-style condos rub elbows with vintage 1920s homes. Hipsters mingle with folks who’ve lived here since Eisenhower. Progressive hangouts line East 6th Street with yoga studios, quaint bistros, some of the city’s best BBQ, and craft-beer co-ops. The area is a magnet for local artists, writers, and creative-types. Nothing about living on the east side is ordinary with various food trailer parks like E.A.T. (East Austin Trailer Park & Eatery), the amazing Old-World-style suds of the Live Oak Brewing Company, and the local East Side Café that grows most of its own ingredients.