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Exclusive First Look Inside Seoulju, Formerly Known as College Roadhouse
North Lamar’s beloved karaoke and fried chicken spot College Roadhouse shall henceforth be known as Seoulju. The Korean kitchen and bar announced this week via social media that College Roadhouse’s last day was August 25, and that the business (9515 N. Lamar #230) would be closed for renovations. As of August 30, 5:30pm, they’re back.

2:20PM Fri. Aug. 30, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Hot Sauce Festival Winners 2019
It was a typical Texas scorcher, but the crowds came out to pay homage to the gods of spice at the 29th Annual Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival. Live music was enjoyed, beers were consumed, and attendees ingested chips and sauce until their insides matched the heat outside. Thanks to everyone who helped us benefit the Central Texas Food Bank!

6:15PM Sun. Aug. 25, James Renovitch Read More | Comment »

Deals for Austin Restaurant Weeks Continue
Other people live for Christmas, or swoon over Valentine’s Day, but for many, Austin Restaurant Weeks is really the most wonderful time of year.

9:00AM Fri. Aug. 23, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Attention Hot Sauce Makers and Salsa Lovers!
Have you ever considered quitting your day job to make more hot sauce? If you show up to a party with homemade salsa do you get bombarded with recipe requests? Does your grandma make the best hot sauce in town? Is your crush obsessed with Carolina Reapers?

6:15PM Wed. Aug. 21, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Sauce Odyssey Food Trailer Ceases Operations Days Before Hot Sauce Festival
Sauce Odyssey, a sauce bar and food truck based in the East Side of Austin, is permanently closed.

3:50PM Wed. Aug. 21, Roxy Bonafont Read More | Comment »

National Honey Bee Day Gets All Aberfeldy in the ATX
No, citizen, you don’t have to be a little under the weather. You don’t need a sore-throat-soothing hot toddy of whiskey and lemon and honey to understand that whiskey and honey – with or without lemon – is a brilliant combination of flavors and mouthfeel.

2:45PM Mon. Aug. 12, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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17 of the Best Ice Cream Shops in Austin
There isn't a day that can't be improved with ice cream. Something restorative hides within the combination of chocolate syrup and a waffle cone, sprinkles, and a cherry on top. We've compiled some of our Austin favorites so that, no matter where you are, you'll be able to find the closest spot to get your fix.

7:00AM Sat. Aug. 10, Jessika Roth and Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Nine of the Best Sno-Cone and Shaved Ice Spots in Austin
There are times when shaved ice is a pleasant treat: at a drive-in movie, at a county fair, poolside. Then there are the 100-plus degree days that makes sno-cones damn near a necessity. The combination of melting ice and sugary syrup is just what the doctor ordered. To keep you from boiling over, we've rounded up some of our favorites spots to score an icy treat.

8:00AM Fri. Aug. 9, Jessika Roth and Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

SouthBites Gives Downtown a Tasty Break
No, citizen, you can’t eat in the fine new restaurant and bar in the SXSW Center that’s at 1400 Lavaca Street – because that culinary spot isn’t even built out yet. But –

3:00PM Wed. Aug. 7, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Austin Songwriting Genius Daniel Johnston Dead at 58 Eccentric singer-songwriter reportedly died of heart attack
Austin Songwriting Genius Daniel Johnston Dead at 58 Eccentric singer-songwriter reportedly died of heart attack
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