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Weekend Wine: Nothing Says Spring Like Rosé
If you even occasionally stroll into a wine emporium, you know that rosé wines are suddenly everywhere. In the last few years, winemakers have glommed onto the public’s sudden infatuation with bone-dry pink wines by producing ever more of the stuff.

7:16AM Sat. Apr. 6, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

When the Bulleit Hits the Bon Appetit
Even if you’re not the sort of person who hangs out in bars and slams drink after drink while traveling the long and blinding road toward alcoholism. Even if you’re not the sort of regular citizen who sips a weekly cocktail or two so’s to savor the delightful taste and relaxing effects of it. Even if, for you, a tipple of any kind is a rare occurrence.

8:00AM Tue. Apr. 2, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Weekend Wine: The Stucchi Family Knows Their Chianti
If you have driven around Tuscany hopefully you took the time to make a pilgrimage to Badia a Coltibuono. The ancestral home of the Stucchi family is world renowned for its olive oil, its cooking classes, their fine hotel and restaurant, and most of all, for their wines.

7:16AM Sat. Mar. 30, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

Eric Wareheim of Tim & Eric Brings His New Wine to Austin
Fans of the Las Jaras wine label fall into two camps: Those who know the label from hip West Coast restaurants and wine bars, and comedy fans who know they produce the highly sought-after “Sweet Berry Wine.”

12:45PM Fri. Mar. 29, Tom Thornton Read More | Comment »

Clarksville’s Zocalo Cafe Closes After Sale to Taco Flats Owner
Known for their “fresh modern Mexican” cuisine like rolled enchiladas, Zocalo Cafe’s West Lynn location is closed as of today, March 29, after 12 years in business.

12:25PM Fri. Mar. 29, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

10 Crawfish Boils to Get Your Season Started
It’s crawfish season in Central Texas, and that means boils, and lots of ‘em.

8:00AM Fri. Mar. 29, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

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For the Time Being, Eastside Cafe Garden Has Some Suerte
Suerte owner Sam Hellman Mass took a moment during SXSW to talk to the Chronicle about the future plans for his recently-purchased piece of East Austin property.

2:00PM Wed. Mar. 27, Jessi Devenyns Read More | Comment »

SXSW Panel Recap: The Future of Food Delivery
If you’ve been hungry lately, you might have opened an app and scrolled through the menu options available for doorstep delivery. You are not alone. Food delivery has become the new norm and it spans the generations – although millennials order food three times as often as their parents.

3:05PM Wed. Mar. 13, Jessi Devenyns Read More | Comment »

SXSW Panel Recap: Alt. Proteins: Not Just Another Tech Revolution
We see it everywhere: plant-based milk, plant-based burgers, plant-based eggs, to name a few. Who’s to say this migration to plant-based meal options is not just a passing fad?

2:32PM Wed. Mar. 13, Jessi Devenyns Read More | Comment »

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