Home Events Food

for Sat., March 14
  • Food

    Food Events

    Bee Delightful: Big Ideas Brunch

    Those fine purveyors of raw honey and CBD products (and their tasty intersection) put you front and center for a presentation from some of the biggest thinkers in honey bee conservation – while you nom a sumptuous brunch prepared by chefs Juan Alberto Ray and Austin Ward. Bonus: Proceeds from this scientific and culinary event will sponsor the relocation and rehabilitation of more than 50 at-risk honey bee colonies in Central Texas.
    Sat., March 14, 10am-2pm. $100 and up.  
    The Pershing, 2415 E. Fifth
All Events
  • Food

    Food Events

    Circle Brewing Anniversary Party

    It's the big number 9 … number 9 … number 9 for these beery brewmeisters on Braker, and you're invited to enjoy live music from Josh Murphy and Mean Jolene, food from El Xolo Tacos and The Evil Wiener, and more. Who knows what tasty liquid surprises they'll be releasing for celebration's sake? Stop by to witness the cracking of a cask or two and find out for yourself.
    Sat., March 14, 1-5pm. Free.  
  • Food

    Food Events

    Tiny Pies: Pie Day on Pi Day

    That's right, clever citizen: 3.14. Which also means that the Tiny Pies company, that won't be opening a third Austin location until later this spring, is offering a special menu on this date – at the two extant locations and at a pop-up event in what will be the newest venue (out in Westlake, don'tcha know). So there'll be a plethora of options for sale and for nomming, with pies of various sizes and flavors – apple, cherry, chocolate cream, key lime, and more – and any of them can be enhanced with a pi symbol pastry on top, and this day's tasty festivities should also provide a fine preview for May's grand opening.
    Sat., March 14, 10am-7pm
  • Food

    Food Events

    Trucklandia: Vedge by Vedgewest

    Those mover-and-shakers at Trucklandia are highlighting their favorite restaurants and food trucks, broadcasting live online from the plant-forward kitchens as chefs demo their specialties. "It's a chance for participants to see behind the scenes of how our Austin chefs create some of their favorite plant-based dishes, to encourage residents to support local restaurants that have been affected by the SXSW cancellation, or for those considering their long term health in light of pandemic concerns." Participating venues include Bouldin Creek Cafe, Rebel Cheese, ATX Food Co., Arlo’s, Counter Culture, The Beer Plant, Citizen Eatery, and Curcuma – with the final day (Sun., March 22) bringing a tasty brunch to the Outpost Food Park, with vittles from The Vegan Nom, Happea Vegans, Sassy's Vegetarian Soul Food, and Bruja's Brew Kombucha. See website for details!
    Through March 22  

Information is power. Support the free press, so we can support Austin.   Support the Chronicle