Daily Food: Restaurant Openings
Easy Tiger to Open at Fareground at One Eleven
Arro may have just closed, but 2016 is looking to be a big year for ELM Restaurant Group. Both their American concept, Irene’s, and the second Easy Tiger are slated to open later in the year. And now they have been tapped by Parkway Properties to manage the group of restaurants at Fareground at One Eleven Congress, the One Congress Plaza redux.

9:00AM Wed. Feb. 10, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

Patrizi's Owners to Open New Food Truck at Scoot Inn
Since opening three years ago, the Patrizi’s food truck inside the Butterfly Bar/ Vortex has inspired a small cult for its simple but elevated approach to Italian food and its housemade pasta. Now owner Nicholas Patrizi hopes to do the same thing for Cajun food, with new venture Vic & Al’s at the Scoot Inn.

12:00PM Wed. Feb. 3, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

Michi Ramen to Open in Hole in the Wall
If the closure of East Side King at the Hole in the Wall left a giant ramen-shaped hole in your heart, you're now in luck. Hole in the Wall owner Will Tanner said today that Michi Ramen will be taking over the space.

12:35PM Thu. Jan. 14, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

Michi Ramen to Open in Hole in the Wall
Lucy's on the Lake Opens Monday
Director of culinary operations Angela Lunardi reports that inspections have been passed and the newest outlet of James Holmes' Lucy's Fried Chicken franchise opens overlooking Lake Travis at 2900 RR 620 North on Monday, Dec. 7.

12:15PM Tue. Dec. 1, 2015, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

Shake Shack Domain Opens Next Week
Earrings. Diptychs. Olsen twins. Good things come in pairs. It's only natural that Shake Shack would want to duplicate its local success with a second spot. We know that yout have been feverishly anticipating an opening day for the new outpost in the Domain. Lucky for you, we know a secret.

8:00AM Fri. Aug. 21, 2015, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

Shake Shack Domain Opens Next Week
First Look: Stella San Jac
Hotel restaurants have always gotten a bad rap. Legendary food writer Richard Olney used the words as a slur, sneering at “international hotel cooking” in The French Menu Cookbook. Olney equated hotels with overly complicated, faceless cuisine – far removed from regional tradition and classical technique. Today, the stigma largely remains.

3:00PM Wed. Aug. 19, 2015, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

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First Look: Lick Burnet
Here’s the weather report: Austin’s temperatures will hit the triple digits soon. Luckily, that forecast is followed by a food report: Local ice cream parlor Lick opened its second outlet in Austin Wednesday. It’s a very happy coincidence.

12:30PM Fri. Jul. 24, 2015, Serena Yeh Read More | Comment »

Four New Concepts Opening in the Domain
Hey North Austinites! Tired of listening to your East Austin friends prattle on like they are the only ones who have ever heard of Ancho Reyes and micro-celery? Do you wish that at least one person at your table was not dressed like American Horror Story: Coven? Lucky you, it’s becoming increasingly easy to avoid them altogether.

10:40AM Mon. Jul. 20, 2015, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

First Look: Juliet Ristorante
If Austin’s newest restaurants battled on a cable makeover show, the loudest gasps would surely be reserved for Italian eatery Juliet. Though the name nods to former building occupant Romeo’s, Juliet has stepped out from behind the curtain with renewed confidence. You go girl.

12:10PM Fri. Jul. 10, 2015, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

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