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TV Show Prompts Mayor Adler to Name Oct. 29 United Tacos of America Day
Taco Tuesday has been leveled up. Taco lovers can now watch a show exploring American taco culture Tuesdays at 9pm on the El Rey Network. While United Tacos of America takes viewers on a trip around the country, the show’s creators started the journey right here in Austin.

4:19PM Mon. Oct. 28, 2019, Jessika Roth Read More | Comment »

Food Industry Field Day to Raise Awareness for Mental Health
Last month was National Suicide Prevention Awareness month, a testament to the steadily growing eradication of the stigma around mental health issues.

2:20PM Mon. Oct. 28, 2019, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Downtown Austin Bar Debuts Storybook Cocktail Menu Tied to SXSW Horror Film
October is in full swing, and Austin is alive with the theatrical joys of grownup Halloween season – screenings of classic horror films, pumpkin carving parties, and, of course, elaborate autumnal cocktails.

4:45PM Tue. Oct. 15, 2019, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Buzz Mill Announces Franklin Barbecue Veteran Joins Their Ranks
Buzz Mill Coffee announced Thursday that the pitmaster for their top secret barbecue trailer – located at the much-anticipated additional East Austin location (5012 E. 7th) – will bring all of his Franklin Barbecue skills to their yard.

4:25PM Thu. Oct. 10, 2019, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Architecture and Baking Competition at Fluff Meringues & More
It seems like everywhere you turn these days, there’s another cooking competition show to be watched. From Cupcake Wars to The Great British Bake Off, everyone we know is obsessed with watching strangers create gorgeously snack-worthy edible structures, as delicious to eat as they are to behold.

2:09PM Mon. Sep. 30, 2019, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Chef Yoshi Okai Chats About His One-Week-Only Otoko Pop-Up
Chef Yoshi Okai’s 12-seat sushi bar Otoko technically occupies the same space as the Lobby Bar of the South Congress Hotel, but experientially, they’re worlds apart.

1:00PM Mon. Sep. 30, 2019, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

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Noble Sandwich Co. Closes Remaining Location on Burnet Road
News broke Tuesday that a mainstay of the Austin dining scene was closing as Noble Sandwich Co. prepares to shutter its Burnet Road location this Saturday, September 28.

4:00PM Wed. Sep. 25, 2019, Rod Machen Read More | Comment »

10 Not-To-Miss Oktoberfest Events in Central Texas
The Austin/Germany connection is deeply embedded in much of our city’s food culture. Where would we be without our kolaches, our beer gardens, those weekend trips to the dance halls for polka music and camaraderie?

3:18PM Wed. Sep. 25, 2019, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Anthony Bourdain’s Personal Collection to Be Auctioned in New Braunfels
More than a year since his untimely passing, Anthony Bourdain is making waves again – this time with cherished pieces from his personal collection going up for auction right here in Central Texas.

3:10PM Wed. Sep. 25, 2019, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

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