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Central Market Tomato Harvest is Red, Red Heaven
No one wants to be a real sad tomato, a busted valentine. Hell, no one wants to see a sad tomato, not even when they leave the metaphors of that Stan Kenton classic – especially not when they’re trying to cook up a fine array of nightshade’s sweeter cousin for some perfect summertime noms.

8:00AM Thu. Jun. 13, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Hut’s Hamburgers to Close After 80 Years
On Monday, June 10, the owners of local institution Hut’s Hamburgers announced through a post on their website that the restaurant is set to close this fall. October 20 will be the last day of service, and co-owner Mike Hutchinson hints that a new restaurant is in the works.

4:07PM Mon. Jun. 10, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Finding the Best in Melted Cheese at the Ninth Annual Quesoff
If there’s one thing that unites all Texans, from the diversity of people living in the hills of El Paso to the growing skyscrapers of Houston, it’s probably queso.

10:00AM Tue. Jun. 4, Megan Menchaca Read More | Comment »

Balmorhea (the Bourbon) Returns!
Confession time: We kind of fell in love with Texas whiskey maker Garrison Brothers at Prohibition Creamery a while ago.

7:00AM Mon. Jun. 3, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

SouthBites Cafe and Coffee Bar to Open at New SXSW Center
Monday, June 3, 7am, the brand new SXSW Center will be opening its doors, complete with SouthBites, an onsite cafe and coffee bar.

4:30PM Fri. May 31, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Four Days of Hot Luck in a Nutshell
[Editor's note: Be sure to check out the entire Hot Luck Festival photo gallery as well as last week’s cover stories, The Women of Hot Luck and Hot Luck Music Headliners Dig Into the Festival Menu.]

4:50PM Tue. May 28, Jessi Cape and Rod Machen Read More | Comment »

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Texas on the Brink of Enjoying Beer Like Every Other State in America
“What is dead may never die,” as they say in Westeros and apparently in the war room of the Texas Craft Brewers Guild. The infamous Beer-to-Go Amendment (née: Bill) continues to battle its way through the Texas Capitol collecting a cache of unlikely victories.

1:00PM Thu. May 23, Eric Puga Read More | Comment »

UPDATE: #SaveChickFilA Bill Moves Closer to Adoption in a Blow to LGBTQ Rights
Updated Tuesday, May 21, 1pm:
After another hour of debate on Tuesday, May 21, the Texas House has passed Senate Bill 1978 by a vote of 79-64.

4:25PM Fri. May 17, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Texas Legislature Grants Big Win to Small Farmers
It’s no secret that the city of Austin’s health permitting procedures are nightmarish, both in terms of finances and time. In hopes of alleviating some of that tension, the Texas House pushed through Senate Bill 932 on May 14. The bill will cap health permit fees imposed on farmers and other farmers’ market vendors at $100 per year, per jurisdiction.

7:00PM Wed. May 15, Jessi Devenyns Read More | Comment »

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