Ramp House: Boudlin Architectural Beauty
Perfect for Team Meetings

When your meeting calls for both style and substance, the Ramp House, designed by contemporary architect MJ Neal, is the perfect venue. With a steel and Brazilian ipe wood ramp connecting the first and second floors, this one-of-a-kind space features glass walls that open to a courtyard, a rooftop deck with a view of downtown Austin, and comfortable yet contemporary furnishings, making it an ideal space for a productive, and inspiring, meeting experience. Let us show you how.


Welcome to Your Day at Ramp House.

Help your team rise and shine by catering the most important meal of the day. Juiceland in Bouldin is a hop skip and jump from the Ramp house and is a local favorite. Founder Matt Shook keeps it fresh with quality ingredients, sustainability, and giving back to the community. Smoothies are blended from from raw cold-pressed juice with whole fruits and vegetables, and juices are made to order or available bottled from their cooler. You can even get your smoothie as a bowl topped with fruit and gluten-free granola. Don’t miss the overnight oats with dragon fruit and the superfood lattes. Pro tip: Grab some extra bottled juices or order in bulk ahead of time to make available to your team throughout the day. 

If you can’t go without breakfast tacos, because, well, they are the official breakfast of Austin, order from El Primo. This tiny truck sure can dish em up! Family owned and operated, serving authentic mexican cuisine, you get your pick of breakfast tacos, burritos or tortas. Set up the team’s breakfast in the private kitchen and enjoy your breakfast while exploring Ramp House’s unique architectural features.

When it’s time to get down to business, Ramp House has everything you need for a productive meeting, including a large table with seating for 8, a 75” television with airdrop for easy presenting, lightening quick WiFi, and a separate room with dedicated workspace. 

Ramp House has everything you need for a productive meeting, including a large table with seating for 8, a 75” television with airdrop for easy presenting, lightening quick WiFi, and a separate room with dedicated workspace

If you need a mid-morning break, stretch your legs by heading up the spiral staircase to the rooftop deck. Look out over Austin’s historic first “suburb,” Bouldin Neighborhood with your fellow meeting attendees.

Locally-owned lunch options are nearby

Lunchtime! Barbeque is always good for a crowd, and Terry Black’s BBQ, from 4th generation pit-masters, is sure to please. When putting in your catering order, make sure you get the brisket! And, don’t miss the ribs, sausage, chicken, and sides like mac-n-cheese, baked potato salad, and cole slow.

If your group prefers lighter or vegetarian options, Thai Fresh is a neighborhood favorite and a labor of love from owners Bruce and Jam. They offer a catering menu or you can order off of their lunch menu. Haymaker co-founder Kate Harwood recommends the spicy red curry rice balls, Tom Kha, and coconut vermicelli. And, don’t forget to pick up some of their allergy-friendly treats from the bakery, perfect for mid-afternoon snacks.


Once you wrap your meeting, there are plenty of nearby options for activities or happy hours. Take a team photo in front of one of Austin’s murals, such as the Greetings from Austin mural at Roadhouse Relics. Painted in the style of a vintage postcard, this mural by Todd Sanders and Rory Skagen is one of the most popular in the city. Or, visit the Lenoir Wine Garden. Tucked in the back of the restaurant’s property under a canopy of oak trees, this well-shaded space has plenty of seating, a well-curated wine list, and light refreshments.

Post-meeting activities include a photo in front of the Greetings from Austin mural or happy hour under a nearby grove of live oaks.

For a relaxed team dinner, head to Fresas and try out their Chicken Al Carbon, perfect for sharing. Make sure  you try the “Totally loaded” queso, margaritas made with fresh lime juice, Mexican street corn, jerez salad, and save room for the churros with dulce de leche. Not ready to leave Ramp House? Fresas offers catering so you can enjoy your dinner, and an Austin sunset, on Ramp House’s rooftop patio. 

If you want to treat your team to an unforgettable meal, check out Matties. A former farm and 1894 Victorian mansion, Green Pastures was converted into a restaurant in the mid 1940s. Start with cocktails on the porch, while you watch peacocks roam the heritage oak-covered property. The curated menu includes an appropriately named Back Porch Tea and a 1965 milk punch using a receipt passed down generations. Once at your table you’ll be able to select from a southern fare inspired menu. Haymaker faves include the fried green tomatoes, andouille and duck gumbo, buttermilk biscuits, and fried chicken. The perfect end to a perfect day.

We hope you’ve enjoyed your day at Ramp House. This sample team meeting is just one example of how you could host an off-site at this Haymaker space.


If you’re interested in taking advantage of the unique architecture and proximity to downtown for a productive, beautiful, and memorable team gathering, you can reserve Ramp House now at Haymaker.

Looking for meeting space, office space, flexible on-demand work space, or a place for your next work or offsite event near South Congress or in another Austin, Texas neighborhood?  Reserve Ramp House or search for the perfect space for you at haymakerspace.com

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