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Mike & Sherry Project Supports the Mental Health of Austin Hospitality Workers
It’s always a win when a place with some of the best food, ever, in this town … is run by people who are just as talented at being decent humans.

1:30PM Wed. May 13, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Vinaigrette’s Ginger Turmeric Drinks
Question: Is Austin more of a mighty, carnivorous bastion of meat-celebrating tenacity … or an indomitable stronghold of vegetarian (maybe even vegan) fortitude? Oh, pffft, Chad and Karen – it’s not a goddam competition. Austin is, in fact, happily both of those things – and everything between.

10:40AM Mon. May 11, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Revolution Foods Partners With City to Provide 1,000 Meals a Day
Food insecurity is one thing that doesn’t change even with some recent pandemic-related restrictions relaxed. Revolution Foods, a nationwide supplier of healthy school and community meals, has partnered with the Austin City Council to distribute meals to the homeless community.

8:00AM Sat. May 9, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Mead? Mead!
Because sometimes you just want mead.

2:00PM Fri. May 8, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Peached Tortilla’s Crispy Umami Chicken Wings
You want to cook up a fine mess o’ tasty bird, citizen, we reckon there isn’t any snacking-that-can-double-as-a-meal as satisfying as these delights from Eric Silverstein’s acclaimed emporium of Southern/Asian fusion.

12:12PM Fri. May 8, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Seven New Mother’s Day Dining Options
First we told you about eight, then we added another three, and now – because so many places are quickly gearing up to treat your mama right – here’s a new list of seven more Austin restaurants serving up the Mother’s Day delivery and to-go options with taste and style.

3:15PM Thu. May 7, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Austin Craft Brewers vs COVID-19: Compadre Brewing and Central District Brewing
Ok sure, Texas is trying to save its economy or whatever, but as very big advocates of not being dead, we will continue to emphasize touchless, safety-minded, curbside beer pickup – and maybe a Detroit-style pizza to-go instead of risking it all for a sit-down lunch of some fucking Subway-quality brisket.

5:30PM Wed. May 6, Eric Puga Read More | Comment »

Tea, Earl Grey, Hot … and So Much More from Zhi Tea
We’re drinking a lot of coffee lately, maybe even more than in the Before Times. Making it ourselves, with those ethically sourced beans bought for curbside pickup at our favorite roastery, or ordering it to be delivered from local cafes that are still doing the cappuccinos and lattes and so on like they oughta be done: by professional baristas.

5:30PM Wed. May 6, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Austin Restaurateurs Discuss Plans to Reopen (or Not)
On Friday, May 1, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott “reopened” a slate of businesses around the state, by way of Executive Order GA-18, including retail stores, restaurants, movie theatres, and malls.

4:00PM Wed. May 6, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

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