We’ll be straight up with you. This may be a rough day. You’ve spent all week swiping right instead of dealing with monthly reports and important emails. Believe us, your boss noticed. We can’t say you won’t have it coming when you receive that pink slip tomorrow, but we here at the Chronicle want you to have fun tonight.
There are many different reasons why people start their own restaurants and trailers. Most begin with a passion for cooking or baking, and then continue with a commitment to support local produce or to introduce a new cuisine or product. Some, however, start with a social mission – to support a cause and give back to society.
Sometimes there's too much restaurant news to squeeze into the print edition of the Chronicle. This week is off to a flying start with news and events, so here's a tasty bite of something extra to start the week off right.
Bon Appétit restaurant critics Andrew Knowlton and Julia Kramer reveal the names of the Hot 10 New Restaurants around the country every year, choosing the winners from a list of 50 nominees. Once again this year, Bon Appétit recognized Austin restaurants on the preliminary list.
Half-time festivities at the Slow Food Austin Grub Trivia Challenge at Saengerrunde Hall on Sunday, Aug., 16 will include the presentation of their annual Snailblazer award. The honoree this year is Jeremy Barnwell, owner of Barnison Farm and Barnison Catering.
What could award-winning North Carolina power lifter and reality TV star Amy Shirley possibly have in common with Karen Morgan, owner of Austin's Blackbird Bakery? Why, sensitivity to gluten in their diets, of course.