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    AJC: Black Food Week

    The Austin Justice Coalition's Black Food Week – extended to two weeks in this second year of the program – aims to provide the public with information about our city's longtime Black-owned restaurants that have become pillars in the community, hosting "Eat and Greet" social hours at a variety of excellent venues. Featuring shindigs at Mr. Catfish, Hoover's Cooking, Tony's Jamaican Food, Baby Greens, My Granny's Kitchen, and more – see website for details.
    Through Aug. 3  
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    District Kitchen: Blended Burger Project

    Chef Amir Hajimaleki’s Umami Melt is the District Kitchen + Cocktails on Anderson's entry in the James Beard Foundation's annual contest to "make a blended burger by blending ground meat with finely chopped mushrooms to create a delicious, healthier, and more sustainable burger."Sound good? Sure, but, hold on – listen to this: "Chef Hajimaleki blends oyster mushrooms with Texas Wagyu beef for the patty. Once cooked, the patty is placed on a Hawaiian bistro bun and topped with the chef’s special Japanese Island sauce and pickled bok choy, sliced cucumber, and Delice de Bourgogne cheese from Antonelli’s Cheese Shop."And, OMG, just loooooooook at that thing. Mmmmm, right?OK, burger-craving citizen: race you there!
    Through July 31
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    Emmer & Rye: American Diner Brunch

    Follow the argument along with us: 1) Emmer & Rye is one of the best restaurants in this city; 2) brunch there is always @%#! incredible; 3) the newest brunch menubecause they change it every three months – features their version of classic American diner fare, resulting in such delectables as the patty melt (with Texas Black Angus, caramelized onion, Thousand Island dressing, American cheese, and romaine on rye), the Say When, Hun (yeasted waffles, chocolate shavings, whipped cultured cream, and fruit), and more; and 4) the staff will be decked out in uniforms that match the theme. Thus, the logical conclusion: Not something you wanna miss out on, n’est-ce pas, citizen?
    Sundays through Sept. 29  

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