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Weekend Wine: Try This Chianti for a Casual Dinner
If you know anything at all about Italian history (especially during the reign of power of the Grand Dukes of Tuscany), the name Lorenzo dé Medici is one of the most important names in the worlds of politics, arts, and literature.

8:06AM Sat. Apr. 24, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

JuiceLand Boosts Earth Day Support via “I Dream of Greenie”
Not that any of us – save those currently sequestered in the International Space Station – live elsewhere than this same planet at any other time, of course, but today is what we’re all so very chuffed to call Earth Day.

11:30AM Thu. Apr. 22, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Fancy Feast: It’s Not Just for Felines, Anymore
So, ah, Fancy Feast, the well-known cat food brand from Purina, has released Petite Feast. It’s a cookbook for humans, “inspired by the Petites cat food line of elevated flavor options and the small plate trend,” that will “allow cat owners to take part in the dining experience with their cats.”

3:35PM Wed. Apr. 21, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Majestic Meals for the Music Industry, Honey Moon Rises Triumphant, Love Supreme Steps In Giantly, The Butcher's Burger Pops Up, and More
Here’s your Food News Buffet for the third week of April, filling you in on some of what’s happening in Austin’s culinary scene – as wrangled from numerous PR releases, official posts, words on the digital street, and even the occasional (verified) IRL eavesdroppings …

11:55AM Wed. Apr. 21, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Booze News & Reviews
Can’t everything always fit into a neat Food News Buffet sort of box – not when there’s so much happening in Austin and the rest of Texas, especially, everything starting to open back up as these hurray-for-modern-medicine vaccines come into pandemic play.

11:30AM Thu. Apr. 15, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Staycationer: Hotel ZaZa Austin
Before the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and lockdown restrictions, Austin tourism was at an all-time high. Hotel occupancy rates are still seeing low numbers, after dropping around 40% in 2020. So, much like Austin's bars and restaurants, hotels need local support more than ever.

4:33PM Wed. Apr. 14, Veronica Meewes Read More | Comment »

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Easy Tiger Roars on Seventh, Simona's Coffee Supercharges the Colton House Hotel, Tiff's Got a Brand New Treat, You Could Win A Herd of Cattle, FFS, and More
Here’s some of what’s happening in Austin’s culinary scene in the second week of April, as wrangled from numerous PR releases, official posts, words on the digital street, and even the occasional (verified) IRL eavesdroppings …

2:15PM Wed. Apr. 14, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Crab Rangoon Pizza, Justine's Justin Returns, Lutie's at the Commodore Perry Estate, Rosen's Goes Brick-and-Mortar, and More
Here’s some of what’s happening in Austin’s culinary scene in the first week of April, as wrangled from numerous PR releases, official posts, words on the digital street, and even the occasional (verified) IRL eavesdroppings …

12:30PM Wed. Apr. 7 Read More | Comment »

Ardbeg's Monsters of Smoke Bring Their Single Malt Whisky to the ATX
They call it "the ultimate Islay single malt scotch whisky," and you might want to contest that – because you're a Texan and, therefore, just naturally argumentative, right? – but everyone knows that Ardbeg is among the planet's finest peated malts.

4:30PM Tue. Apr. 6, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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