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Celebrate National Fried Chicken Day With Five Styles
It’s national fried chicken day, friends, and that news might be particularly important to the 16% of you who, according to a recent poll, actually admitted you would marry fried chicken. Marry it.

1:30PM Fri. Jul. 6, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Five Spots Serving Boozy Ice Cream in Austin
One of the purest child joy pleasures of summer is following up a long afternoon of swimming and sunshine with an evening ice cream cone. Even better is the adult version of those evenings, where you nurse your inevitable sunburn with a couple of cocktails as you watch the sun go down.

3:00AM Wed. Jul. 4, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Fourth of July: Hot Dogs and Innuendos
Ah, the Fourth of July, America’s greatest holiday. We’ve got it all – explosions, melons, weird fights with your extended family, and, of course, processed meats. And the greatest processed meat of all? The noble hot dog.

1:33PM Tue. Jul. 3, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Hey Babe, It's the Fourth of July!
No matter where you identify on the political spectrum, we can all agree it's been a weird year to be an American. Whether you’re in favor of the current machinations of the political machine or not, though, it’s nice to be reminded that there are some really great things about this enormous, sweaty nation of ours. Like jazz! And reality television!

11:13AM Tue. Jul. 3, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Weekend Wine
I have zero interest in giving numeric scores to wines. It is such a lazy way to review quality. That’s why in the 20 years I’ve been writing for the Chronicle, you’ve never seen one single numerical score from me.

7:36AM Sat. Jun. 30, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

Firework Thrown at Local Gay Bar Unsettles Community
A firework was thrown onto Iron Bear’s patio early this morning, startling patrons and inciting fear amongst Austin’s LGBTQ community. Though no one was injured, concern has been raised over the Austin Police Department’s failure to investigate despite a 911 dispatcher’s promise to send an officer to the city’s only bear bar.

3:39PM Thu. Jun. 28, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

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Chef Matt Jennings Collaborates with Olamaie’s Chef Michael Fojtasek
Throughout the summer, and into the fall (which, face it folks, is usually hotter than proper summer anyway), Austin Food and Wine Alliance will be bringing culinary stars from around the country to Austin for the popular Wine & Dine series. We chatted with celebrity chef Matt Jennings about bringing a taste of New England to Austin.

3:10PM Wed. Jun. 27, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Palomas Are a Summertime Trifecta: Tequila, Grapefruit, Soda
Is it just us, or are palomas everywhere recently? They’ve been a popular summertime sip in Mexico for years, usually made from a simple mixture of tequila, lime juice, and grapefruit soda (Jarritos is a popular brand, if you’re interested in trying out the OG recipe at home).

8:03AM Tue. Jun. 26, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Bird Bird Biscuit Opens This Week in Cherrywood
Austin is already a great town to live if you’re a biscuit lover, and we’re about to gain a new, more portable option with the opening of Bird Bird Biscuit. The new venture from chef Brian Batch and Ryan McElroy, co-owner of beloved Eastside coffeeshop Thunderbird Coffee, is slated to open on June 28.

9:30AM Mon. Jun. 25, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

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