If somewhere in Texas, there is a taco to end all tacos – a face melting holy grail of a taco, a Pulp Fiction briefcase of a taco – we reckon it’s only a matter of days before it is discovered. The team from Taco Journalism are going Lewis and Clark, launching a tour in preparation for their upcoming book .
The world is taking “sharing is caring” very seriously. People share their houses through AirBnB, their cars via Uber and Lyft, and now, their meals using websites such as EatWith, MealSharing, and Kitchensurfing.
Is the Eastside the best side? The Eat East summer series makes a strong argument. Every Tuesday night, from July 14 to Labor Day, nine restaurants on East Sixth and Seventh streets will be offering a cocktail-and-appetizer special in the $8-10 range.
Today, Green Pastures announced that their historic property on Live Oak Street has been sold to a group led by Austin developer Greg Porter. The group promises a restoration that will honor the classic restaurant’s heritage – including the famed Sunday brunches and Mrs. Koock’s punch.
Austin’s culinary scene may be growing competitive, but the collaborative spirit that distinguishes it remains strong. To wit, Apis Restaurant is definitely having a day in the sun, recently receiving high praise from Austin critics, but they are using their moment to shine a little light on their colleagues.
What makes the heart of a champion? It has a lot to do with what makes the stomach. Since their humble beginnings, Party World Rasslin' (PWR) has grown – adding both new cast members and expanding their organization. But the most noticeable change is surely in the size of the performers.