Because – never mind all the innovative malarkey like, you know, oyster-stuffed marmoset or coelacanth à l’orange with larks’ tongues and so on – sometimes you want to celebrate as traditionally as possible.
Here's some of what's happening in Austin's culinary scene, as wrangled from numerous PR releases, words on the digital street, and even the occasional (verified) IRL eavesdroppings.
Yes, it’s your Food News Buffet, right before Thanksgiving Week in 2021.
Here's some of what's happening in Austin's culinary scene, as wrangled from numerous PR releases, words on the digital street, and even the occasional (verified) IRL eavesdroppings: It’s your Food News Buffet for the second week of November, Year Two of This Lousy Plague.
Well of course and right up front we’re going to note that, if you’re looking for fresh butchery right here in town, citizen, you’ll be wisely visiting Dai Due or Salt & Time, or heading a little north to Nolan Ryan’s Goodstock in Round Rock.
Not to mention, even, the meaty goodness available at Central Market or H-E-B.
So, okay, we’ve already acknowledged that nothing beats having a live bartender right there. Like, some stylishly dressed, booze-knowledgeable citizen with a sharp mind and skillful hands – splashing up the spirits, muddling the mint, dashing in those bitters, finessing the ice and spanking the sprigs of freshly plucked thyme or whatever.
Here's the debut of what will be an annual fundraising event from the American Cancer Society. Here's the inaugural night of Fork Cancer!, a food hall-themed social soirée that brings together some of the best of Austin’s food and beverage scene.