East Austin Urban Farm Tour Announces Lineup

Eat at more than 20 restaurants on one Sunday

photo by John Anderson

We don’t know what your life looks like, but we are guessing that you do not have all that many opportunities to spend quality time with chickens and bunnies. And you probably have not dined at all of the 500 bajillion restaurants that have opened in Austin in the last hour.

Since we are all about lifehacks here at the Chronicle food desk, we are going to tell you how to achieve both squad goals in one afternoon. Farmhouse Delivery is presenting the seventh annual East Austin Urban Farm Tour between 1-5pm on Sunday, April 17, with bites from some of Austin’s best restaurants and sips from some of the best beverage artisans. The four participating farms will also be offering guided tours of the properties and other educational opportunities (we are not counting Instagram photo-ops as “educational” opportunities, but you do you). The $55 ticket benefits the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance and its work to support independent family farms.

Without further ado, here’s this year’s lineup.

photo by john Anderson

Boggy Creek Farm

Sala & Betty
Texas French Bread
Odd Duck/Barley Swine
Dolce Neve Gelato
The Austin Wine Merchant
Live Oak Brewing Company
Weather Up
Zhi Tea

photo by john Anderson

Hausbar Farm and Guesthaus

Fukumoto Sushi & Yakitori Izakaya
Malaga Tapas & Bar
Counter 3.FIVE.VII
Emmer & Rye
Wahaka Mezcal
Texas Keeper Cider
Dripping Springs Vodka
Paula’s Texas Spirits
Lauren’s Garden Bloody Mary Juice

photo by John Anderson

Rain Lily Farm

Olive and June
Wu Chow
Swift’s Attic
Lick Honest Ice Creams
Treaty Oak Distilling Co.
Texas Sake Company
Strangeland Brewery
Dai Due
Buddha’s Brew Kombucha

photo by john Anderson

Springdale Farm

Justine’s Brasserie
Driskill Grill
Eden East
The Hightower
The Townsend
Friends and Allies Brewing
Lost Pines Yaupon Tea

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