Daily Food
First Look: Vino Vino
Dimly lit and sumptuously lined on one side with a wall full of wine, for over a decade Vino Vino has been serving good food and great wine to the neighborhood. A specialty dinner with wine pairings offered a glimpse of the updated restaurant.*

12:13PM Thu. Feb. 15, Jessi Devenyns Read More | Comment »

25 Dog-Friendly Bars & Restaurants in Austin
Doesn’t your best doggo deserve more than just the usual aimless walkies? Shouldn’t your favorite pooch sometimes accompany you to a fine cafe or pub, to lounge happily by your feet as you sip some hot java or cold beer and shoot the breeze with friends on the patio? Bark once if the answer is “yes.”

11:30AM Thu. Feb. 15 Read More | Comment »

Pairing Girl Scout Cookies With Beer?
You’re no dummy, right? So you figure that pairing craft beer with Girl Scout cookies is, like, it’s gotta be some kind of a joke, right? Or at least just another wacky gambit for publicity? Yeah, well: Live and learn.

8:00AM Wed. Feb. 14, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Snack Jack: The Jerky of the Future
Plant-based jerky isn’t a revolutionary concept. Several brands have been selling their delicious meat-free dried treats for quite some time, but there’s a new player in the game and they’re from right here in Austin. Snack Jack is a brand new start-up, but this company making the world’s first vegan jerky from jackfruit is bound for success.

5:00PM Mon. Feb. 12, Alisha McDarris Read More | Comment »

Top Eight Places to Get a Truly Austin Pizza
Pizza’s origin story may not be local, but there are tons of great options around town for a slice of warm, cheesy goodness. To celebrate Austin's weird takes on the ubiquitous slabs of bread and cheese we’ve put together a list of unique pies.

12:50PM Fri. Feb. 9, Acacia Coronado Read More | Comment »

Weekend Wine
No wine is tougher to find than a reasonably priced, good quality Pinot Noir. The grape achieves its apotheosis in the Burgundy area of France, but their version is notoriously unpredictable from vintage to vintage.

6:51AM Sat. Feb. 3, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

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Show Some Love for Emancipet
Delicious treats and furry friends are two of the best parts of life. The eighth annual fundraiser for Austin’s low-cost veterinary clinic, Emancipet, is going strong, but there’s still time to order before the February 9th drop-off.

9:00AM Fri. Feb. 2, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Merit Coffee Moves to Town
Austin’s coffee addicts won’t accept less than the best, and there’s a new San Antonio-based coffee roaster in town that's pursuing perfection. Merit Coffee boldly states that their goal is to serve the best coffee available anywhere, and without the attitude that sometimes accompanies specialty coffee shops.

5:45PM Thu. Feb. 1, Alisha McDarris Read More | Comment »

Springdale Farm Is Closing
Yet another Austin treasure shared news today that they will be closing. Springdale Farm is credited as one of the most influential Austin urban farms. Owners Glenn and Paula Foore purchased the East Austin property in 1992 and started the farm in 2009.

3:38PM Wed. Jan. 31, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

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