Set in the historical Dawson Stone House, Stonehouse Coffee + Bar is S. Lamar's newest place to work and play. The group behind Star Bar, The Wheel, Lavaca Street Bar, Rattle Inn, and Gibson Street Bar (Stonehouse’s next door neighbors) wanted to highlight the landmark building and turn it into something the community can enjoy.
Austin’s iconic Green Pastures reopened its doors on March 1st as Mattie’s, a renovated take on the old restaurant that strives to stay true to Green Pastures’ values of Southern hospitality and mindfully sourced ingredients.
Admit it. You bought a pair of shortalls last summer because they were only $35 at H&M and, besides, you remember Kelly Kapowski always looking great in them. Never mind that you look more like Screech. Or that you have nowhere to wear them besides the occasional day show at Stubb's. If Taylor Swift can wear them, so can you.
We’ve almost made it to the end of SXSW and – let’s be real – the amount of tacos, queso, and alcohol consumed has us feeling like a dumpster fire. With a full weekend of music and parties ahead of us, we need some healthy food to keep us from looking like a Walking Dead extra.
Let’s face it. SXSW is not the time to sit down for a three-hour dinner that starts with an amuse bouche. When your favorite band has a set in 30 minutes, you need good food fast. Luckily, Austin has a famous moveable feast that’s parked in convenient locations all over the city.
Although Austin may have seen a recent upsurge in Italian restaurants, the city has yet to see an authentic, casual Italian eatery and cafe like the one recently opened by Bernardo Nolfo: Alimentari 28.
In Texas, we take our tacos seriously – so much so that legislation has been introduced that would make breakfast tacos Texas’ official morning dish. In our famously red state, that's something that just might get bipartisan support.