Daily Food
First Look: Lil’ Easy Fine Cajun Food & Bar
“You’ve never met anybody who loves to eat crawfish more than I do,” says Stephen Shallcross, the owner of 2 Dine 4 Hospitality.

11:36AM Wed. May 15, Haris Qureshi Read More | Comment »

First Look: Wee’s Cozy Kitchen
“Frankly speaking, I never thought I would go this far,” admits Wee Fong Ehlers, the chef and owner of critically acclaimed Malaysian restaurant Wee’s Cozy Kitchen, which recently opened at Royal Blue Grocery on 609 Congress Ave.

11:17AM Wed. May 8, Haris Qureshi Read More | Comment »

Try WAGYUMAFIA’s Famous Japanese Wagyu Sando at Parlor & Yard This Weekend
[Update – Saturday, April 27, 11:42am: This story has been updated to remove mention of the Saturday sandwich pop-up which has been canceled.]

1:24PM Fri. Apr. 26, Taylor Tobin Read More | Comment »

First Look: Busty’s Bar & Jukebox
Busty’s Bar & Jukebox, a T-shirt line started by former White Horse manager Busty Morris as something of an inside joke when COVID-19 shut down, has become reality as entrepreneur Nathan Hill and Morris team up to open a bar/diner located in Windsor Park.

9:00AM Wed. Apr. 24, Haris Qureshi Read More | Comment »

A Justine’s Sister Restaurant Is Opening at the Blanton Museum of Art
If you’ve been to Justine’s Brasserie, the much-loved Eastside French bistro and perennial Best of Austin winner, you already know it’s a place of beauty – beautiful people, beautifully composed plates. Imagining all that transposed to an art museum is no stretch.

1:31PM Mon. Apr. 22, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Weekend Wine: Tenuta Sant’Antonio’s Monti Garbi Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore
Recently, a reader asked me if there were any wines I always count on as a restaurant choice. My wife and I love a great Italian restaurant, so we need to have an idea of a few Italian wines we can always order with confidence.

2:51PM Thu. Apr. 18, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

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SXSW Panel Recap: The First CRISPR Foods Have Arrived
First, be informed that CRISPR stands for Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats, which are the tenets of a bacterial defense system that forms the basis for the tech. Then, recall that the scientists who developed CRISPR won a Nobel Prize in chemistry, and the tech’s already been used to create life-saving therapeutics.

7:45PM Fri. Mar. 8, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

First Look: Endo
As a New Yorker now living in Austin, I felt my breath catch at the sight of two words on the Endo website: “Sushi Nakazawa.”

10:14AM Thu. Mar. 7, Taylor Tobin Read More | Comment »

Hold Out Brewing Hosts First Ever Pinvitational Cask Fest This Saturday
In Austin, March begins a festival season that lasts all the way until Feb. 28 of the following year, so everyone should be thrilled to hear that a brand-new beer hoedown is setting up camp right at the cusp of this year’s SXSW blowout.

3:43PM Mon. Mar. 4, Eric Puga Read More | Comment »

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