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Weekend Wine: Sicilian White Wine
Sicily is not quite as hot as Texas right now, but it’s close. The Tasca family has made wine in Sicily for eight generations and have developed quite a reputation for producing delicious wines at a reasonable price.

7:16AM Sat. Jul. 27, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

Turntable Eatery Out, Cluck-n-Burger In
Turntable Eatery, the pizza joint on Airport Blvd., is closing at the end of July after just over a year in business. But the neighborhood won’t go hungry for long: The chicken and burger food truck Cluck-n-Burger will be opening their first brick-and-mortar restaurant in the same space this fall.

3:03PM Fri. Jul. 26, Roxy Bonafont Read More | Comment »

ATX Black Food Week Supports Black-Owned Restaurants
As we approach the end of the first week of ATX Black Food Week 2019, we gear up for the beginning of the second week. The event celebrates Austin’s vibrant community of black-owned restaurants, organized by the folks at the Austin Justice Coalition.

2:15PM Fri. Jul. 26, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Les Dames D’Escoffier to Award Two Women in Hospitality Scholarships
The Austin chapter of Les Dames D’Escoffier, an international nonprofit that supports women in the hospitality industry, is giving away two scholarships to some lucky ladies in the Austin food, beverage, and hospitality scene.

11:45AM Fri. Jul. 26, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Buzz Mill to Host Dog and Owner Lookalike Contest
Ever been walking on the Town Lake trail, minding your own business, when you notice that every dog and owner duo you pass look freakishly alike? On Saturday, July 27, there is a whole event dedicated to just that: Dogs Days of Summer, a dog and owner lookalike contest hosted by Buzz Mill and Good Party ATX.

7:16AM Wed. Jul. 24, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Austin Beer Guide Announces Lager Jam 6's List of Drafts and Cans
Maybe you’ve heard of other lager festivals popping up as these thirst-slaying, bottom-fermented brews get trendier across the bro-verse, but ABG’s Lager Jam is Classic Coke compared to all those New Coke posers.

2:50PM Tue. Jul. 23, Eric Puga Read More | Comment »

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18 Coffee Shops and Cafes in Downtown Austin for When You're On the Go
Every pedestrian needs a pick-me-up. These conveniently located Downtown coffeehouses and cafés are perfect for getting some work done or just grabbing a drink to go.

2:43PM Tue. Jul. 23 Read More | Comment »

El Patio Closes After 65 Years in Business
On July 23, local Tex-Mex institution El Patio (2938 Guadalupe) announced their last day of business will be August 9, 2019. Paul and MaryAnn Joseph opened the University of Texas area restaurant on January 5, 1954, and it’s now currently operated by their three children, David, Renee, and Roseann.

1:55PM Tue. Jul. 23, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

As the Quesoff Approaches Co-Founder Adi Anand Talks Cheese
Austin is obsessed with queso. From family potlucks to some of the fanciest menus in town, we’ll take queso in whatever form we find it. But what if there were a way to objectively discover the most delicious version our lovely city has to offer?

3:30PM Mon. Jul. 22, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

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