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Introducing the New Official Beer of Austin
ATX has a brewed awakening
Food Story  May 14, 2015, by Eric Puga
"...Anna Toon: Beer and Food Journalist, Austin Chronicle..."

Official Oppression
Do APD officers have a pattern of dismissing sexual assaults?
News Story  January 8, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Following the incident, Chronicle contributor Anna Toon emailed the News desk with a cell phone screenshot of Lytle's name. She'd noted it after he and three other officers had come to her house in Aug..."

Top 10 Things We'll Miss
Food Story  December 31, 2015, by Brandon Watson
"...Chef David Bull's glistening showpiece gave us an all-too-rare occasion to ditch the flip-flops. Dining doesn't seem as fine without it around. 2) Anna Toon..."

Urban Farm Distortion
Postmarks  November 15, 2014
"...Dear Editor, Once again, Anna Toon mischaracterizes, omits, and downright slanders me in her article [“Next Target: Springdale,” News, Nov. 14]..."

Food-o-File: Friday Lagniappe
A little extra Austin food news
DAILY Food  July 24, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...After a series of tasting dinners this week, Unit-D Pizzeria (2406 Manor Rd.) launched their soft opening to the public last night. Chronicle contributor Anna Toon lives nearby and dropped in to take a look..."

100 Restaurants: Defining Austin Dining Now
Food Story  February 5, 2015, by Brandon Watson
"...Shout-outs go out to contributing writers Mick Vann, Claudia Alarcón, Rachel Feit, Kate Thornberry, Melanie Haupt, Jessi Cape, Anna Toon, Adrienne Whitehorse, and Amy Kamp, who contributed their palates and pens to First Plates. Our proofing team (Whitehorse, Danielle White, Nina Hernandez, and Kat McNevins) made sure these Plates were clean..."

Different Standards for Bias
Postmarks  December 20, 2014
"...Dear Editor, An editorial and a journalist report should be held to different standards for bias. The Chronicle has been consistently deceptive on the connection between writer Anna Toon and the Springdale Farm, and your readers deserve for you to be upfront about this..."

Austin Chronicle 'Best of Austin' Party
PHOTO GALLERY  September 18, 2014
"...Kristine Tofte, Anna Toon..."

First Look: Dai Due
New eatery focuses on local
DAILY Food  August 20, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Our beer writer, Anna Toon, found the steak very much to her liking and was especially impressed with the selection of state and local craft beers on draft, in cans, and in bomber bottles. Dai Due is the only Austin eatery with an all Texas wine list, augmented by one sparkler from New Mexico..."

Dining del Lago 2014
Looking for water? Bring your own!
Food Story  July 3, 2014
"...Time was when the sparkling water of Lake Travis was the prime attraction in western Travis County, but if several years of exceptional drought have proved anything, it's that people want to live, work, shop, and eat in the lake area regardless of the actual water level. Chronicle contributing writers Wes Marshall, Gracie Salem, Anna Toon, and I struck out to investigate the dining situation around Bee Cave and Lakeway last week and discovered that homegrown chains (Maudie's, Fuddruckers, JuiceLand, and Madam Mam's) and independent eateries alike are servicing increasing numbers of hungry diners in this burgeoning, full-blown suburb..."

The Brunch Bunch
Heavenly hash, Bloody Mary bars, and eggs six ways to Sunday
Food Story  March 14, 2014
"...The Manmosa – an entire liter of Champagne with a splash of orange or cranberry juice – and the build-your-own Michelada bar provide a perfect start to a stick-to-your-ribs meal. Enjoy the Irishman's Hangover Cure ($12) – white & black pudding, banger, potato hash, baked beans, two fried eggs, and a grilled tomato – or perhaps the Kitchen Sink ($17), with a mound of beef tongue hash, two fried eggs, two pieces of bacon "steak," sausage, a side of creamy grits, country ham, red-eye gravy, and toast. Anna Toon The Bonneville202 W..."

Burger Town
How do our hometown patties match up against the influx of trendy national chains?
Food Story  March 7, 2014, by Melanie Haupt, Rachel Feit, Claudia Alarcón, Wes Marshall, Anna Toon, Jessi Cape, Gracie Salem and Mick Vann
"...Perfectly juicy, spicy, and good enough to make a West Texas girl proud. – Anna Toon Everything's Bigger in Texas..."

Mad Men
The 22nd annual 'Austin Chronicle' Short Story Contest
Books Story  February 28, 2014, by Monica Riese
"...I loved sharing a meal with you guys. Thanks also to our marketing gurus Erin Collier, Dan Hardick, Lia Crockett, and Sarah Wolf; our co-sponsors KGSR and BookPeople; and, of course, our army of first-readers: Wayne Alan Brenner, Jessi Cape, Lawrence Everett Forbes, Liz Franklin, Cassidy Frazier, Claire Gordon, Nina Hernandez, Shelley Hiam, Chase Hoffberger, Darlene Jones, Kimberley Jones, Amy Kamp, Michael King, Josh Kupecki, Matt Oztalay, James Renovitch, Jason Stout, Kristine Tofte, Anna Toon, Derek Van Wagner, Brandon Watson, and Danielle White..."

Whole Foods Market and Dolce Neve open the new year with a bang
Food Column  January 10, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Just over a week into the new year and things in our local culinary scene are off to a flying start, what with the debut of the fifth outlet of our homegrown natural foods grocery chain, Whole Foods Market. Beer writer Anna Toon and I will be attending the media tour this Friday – she'll be checking out the various beer venues in the new store while I'm particularly interested in all the new products they'll be featuring from local and statewide artisan food purveyors sourced by the official local/Texas forager, Lynda Berrios..."

Drop In, Have Drinks, Hang Out
New neighborhood hot spots
Food Story  December 13, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Everywhere from SoLa and SoCo to Burnet Road, North Loop, Manor Road, and Airport Boulevard, a new generation of entrepreneurs is turning old houses, auto parts stores, and warehouses into casual eateries and watering holes, offering neighborhoods walkable and bike-able spots for dining and socializing closer to home. Based on the recent investigations of three of these newish spots by Chronicle food writers Melanie Haupt, Anna Toon, and Jessi Cape, it's obvious they are already demonstrating an undeniable hang-out-ability factor..."

Santa's Big Cookbook Bag
Read 'em and eat
Food Story  December 6, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The literary tastes of our Chronicle food contributors are as diverse and eclectic as their palates. This year Mick Vann, Kate Thornberry, Wes Marshall, MM Pack, Rachel Feit, Melanie Haupt, Jessi Cape, Margaret Shugart, and Anna Toon helped me sift through an avalanche of new fall cookbooks and literary food writing to come up with some worthy holiday gift suggestions...."

AFWA grant deadline looms; no more Artz at Abel's Rib House; and where La Condesa's new truck will be wheeling next
Food Column  September 27, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Connally High School Culinary Arts Program for a documentary to educate students about raising beef in Texas from pasture to plate titled True Beef. (See Anna Toon's story about True Beef director/producer David Barrow on our On the Range blog.) Because of an exceptionally successful year of fundraising, the AFWA will be awarding $25,000 in grants this year..."

Salsa Town
Meet Austin's civic leaders in mouth burn
Food Story  August 23, 2013
"...We've included a review of Festival co-founder Robb Walsh's new Hot Sauce Cookbook (see our blog for info on the book-signing party), and three talented local chefs will present salsa preparation demos with tasty samples during Sunday's event. In addition, Chronicle Food section contributors Kate Thornberry, Kenny Pailes, Gracie Salem, Anna Toon, and I share our views on some of the best bites around Salsa Town these days...."

Local Flavor
Five Austin cookbooks to sink your teeth into
Books Story  June 14, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...This spring, we've seen several more local titles, most from small publishers plus a couple of self-published tomes, but each one a worthy addition to Austin's culinary lexicon. Contributing food writers Mick Vann, Jessi Cape, Gracie Salem, and Anna Toon joined me in reviewing the newest kitchen companions...."

Urban Farm Story Slanted
Postmarks  April 15, 2013

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