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Austin’s First Natural Wine Bar Opens Today
Natural wine is one of the quickest growing sectors of the beverage industry. Adding a wellness halo everybody’s favorite beverage, it’s no wonder that more and more consumers are interested in sipping a nitrate-free, wild yeast fermented glass or two.

5:00PM Fri. Feb. 7, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

South Austin Mainstay Patsy's Cowgirl Cafe Has Closed
Longtime South Austin restaurant Patsy’s Cowgirl Cafe closed this week after almost 13 years in business, thanks to an increasingly common problem in our rapidly expanding city’s food scene. But that’s not the end of the story.

4:00PM Thu. Feb. 6, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Get Back Out There With 14 of Austin’s Mainstay Beers
If you’re like most Austinites, drinking is one of your hobbies. Probably your only hobby aside from trawling through Redfin for unaffordable real estate. Both are terrible for your health, but hey, you just put a month of hard time into Dry January.

3:25PM Mon. Feb. 3, Eric Puga Read More | Comment »

Last Day to Apply for Les Dames D’Escoffier Culinary Education Scholarships
It’s no secret that we are big fans of Les Dames D’Escoffier, an organization which supports women pursuing careers in the culinary and hospitality industries.

2:55PM Mon. Feb. 3, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Eight Ways to Celebrate Lunar New Year 2020 in Austin
Chinese New Year is almost here! Chinese New Year (aka Lunar New Year globally and Spring Festival in mainland China) celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional Chinese calendar and runs January 25 through February 8.

7:00AM Thu. Jan. 23, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Veganchill Fest Comes to Austin in February
Everybody likes a party, vegans included. Unfortunately, because we choose to forgo animal products, we don’t often get to participate in every facet of revelry at most shindigs, events, and festivals. There are usually limited food options, less vegan beer than we hoped, and vendors we’ll never patronize. But not anymore.

4:00PM Wed. Jan. 22, Alisha McDarris Read More | Comment »

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What Would a 100% Tariff on Wine Look Like?
In case you missed it, The Trump Administration is threatening 100% tariffs on European wines in 2020. While it sounds bad at face value, when you do the math, the numbers might require you to pour a glass of wine to cope (while you can afford it).

3:00PM Wed. Jan. 22, Jessi Devenyns Read More | Comment »

Via 313 to Donate a Portion of Sales to Family of Stabbing Victim
On Thursday January 16, the pizza gurus at all five Via 313 locations will be donating a portion of proceeds to help the family of Johnathan Aguilar, the victim of a deadly SoCo attack in early January.

9:00PM Wed. Jan. 15, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Boozy New Local Collaborations for 2020
Good news for those of us whose Dry January resolutions are already beginning to waver: 2020 brings exciting new booze releases from some of our favorite Texan brewers, distillers, and lovers of all things alcohol related.

5:00PM Wed. Jan. 15, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

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