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MM Pack on the 10 Best Austin Neighborhood Stores
Food Story  January 5, 2007, by MM Pack
"...I-35, 442-5337): Whip In's motto – "keeping it good for our 'hood" – aptly captures the spirit of Austin's neighborhood food markets that tailor themselves to the unique character of their milieu. The Whip In, known for its eccentric decor, friendly staff, large wine and beer selections, local products, and specialty coffee, has been seeing to the needs of Travis Heights since 1986, and it may be the only grocery in town with a piano on the premises...."

East Meets Westlake
Pacific Moon Fails to Shine
Food Story  December 12, 1997, by Patrick Earvolino
"...Avenue B Grocery..."

Making Hay Out of Y2K
Preparedness 101
News Story  March 11, 1999, by Marc Savlov
"...Two voices not affiliated with the city of Austin and its plans are Ross Mason, owner of Hyde Park's much-loved Avenue B. Grocery, and author/futurist Bruce Sterling, who also makes his home amongst the tree- and slacker-laden streets of Hyde Park..."

Austin Landmarks on the Menu
Pay tribute to old Austin with a visit to one of these 19 landmark restaurants
Food Story  September 12, 2008, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Butt Co. can claim to be Texas' oldest grocery store chain, and Fresh Plus (Kash-Karry) is Austin's oldest, the tiny Avenue B Grocery (4403 Ave..."

A Crowded Market
News Story  November 8, 1996
"...Even Foodland, the local Sad Sack of grocery stores, has gotten into the act. Last month, former Randalls grocery exec Joe Cutrer bought the locally owned chain and rechristened the stores with a Nineties name -- Cutrer's City Market...."

Food Issue Extra Helpings: Sandwiched Together
Notes from the 'Chronicle' lunch line
DAILY Food  February 12, 2014, by Kimberley Jones
"...By my count, Avenue B Grocery makes the greatest sandwiches in town. Nothing fancy, just a straightforward, perfectly put-together sandwich – the kind you wished your mom packed in your sack lunch in elementary school..."

Second Helpings
This sandwich is your sandwich, in this week's "Second Helpings."
Food Column  November 15, 2002


Lunatics and Secrets
New Works by Denton and Mitchell
Books Story  July 5, 1996
"...At first the local references hit with dull clunks. Denton touches many of the home bases: Avenue B Grocery, Threadgill's, Mount Bonnell, and so forth, and it is only in the last third of the novel that there seems to be any particular reason that any of this is happening here, except I suppose that a guy who strips naked every time the moon is full and waits in his "perky" (i.e..."

Second Helpings
Food Editor Virginia B. Wood surveys Austin deli sandwiches in this week's "Second Helpings."
Food Column  May 31, 2002


Second Helpings: Deli-cious Sandwiches
Deli-cious sandwiches in this week's "Second Helpings"
Food Column  May 18, 2001


Second Helpings: Deli-cious Sandwiches
Food Column  November 12, 1999


In Person
Books Story  July 25, 1997
"...Jack is a man at the center of Denton's middle-aged cast of real people -- a man who finds himself outdoors, "bare ass," and in love. The year is 1993 and the setting is Austin, Texas (the first chapter includes references to The Austin Chronicle and the Avenue B Grocery)..."

The Making of an Endorsement
News Story  October 24, 2008
"...D. EDWARDS GROUP, AARON'S ROCK AND ROLL, ABC VACUUM CLEANER WAREHOUSE, ACCENT ANTIQUES & UPHOLSTERY, ADBIRDS.COM, ADCO Advertising Inc., AJ PROCESSING TYPING & TRANSCRIPTION, ALAMO VILLAGE SOUTH LAMAR and THE RITZ DRAFTHOUSE CINEMAS, ALIEN SCOOTERS, ALLENS BOOTS, ALLSTAR COPYING & PRINTING, ALMOST PERFECT CONSTRUCTION, ALORI PROPERTIES, AMAZING FACE, AMAZING LASER OF AUSTIN, AMELIA'S RETRO-VOGUE & RELICS, ANCIENT INK, ANCIENT MYSTERIES, ANGEL HANDS MASSAGE, ANN KELSO SALON & CITYSPA, ANTLER CREEK CYCLE LEATHERS, AQUA TEK TROPICAL FISH, ARMADILLO CLAY & SUPPLIES, ART ON 5TH, ARTWORKS, ARTZ RIB HOUSE, ASAHI IMPORTS, ASEL ART SUPPLY, ASIAN LIVING, ASTIR MARKETING, AUSTEX JEWELRY, AUSTIN AIR BALANCING, AUSTIN AIRWAVES, AUSTIN AMATEUR RADIO, AUSTIN ART GARAGE, AUSTIN ART GLASS, AUSTIN DAZE, AUSTIN DOGTOWN, AUSTIN EPHEMERA CO., AUSTIN GIRL PILATES, AUSTIN MODERN, AUSTIN MOTEL, AUSTIN RECORD DISTRIBUTORS, AUSTIN UNIQUE, AUSTIN VOCAL LAB, AUSTIN'S BEST PETCARE, AUTO MAINTENANCE MAN, AVANT SPASALON, AVENUE B GROCERY, AVIARY, Ancients Mysteries, AustinSilverLiberty.com, Austindish DirecTV, BABALU CIGARS, BABY GREENS, BAGPIPES PUB & EATERY, BARCELONA, BARK N PURR, BARLEY&PFEIFFER SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE, BARR MANSION, BARTON WILDER CUSTOM IMAGES, BASS EMPORIUM, BAYMOON PROPERTIES, BEAD IT, BEAUTY STORE DEPOT, BELLE SAISON BRIDAL, BEST BUY USED TIRES, BICYCLE SPORT SHOP, BILLY'S ON BURNET, BITCHIN' THREADS, BITTER SUGAR, BLACKJACK CLAY, BLACKMAIL BOUTIQUE, BLUE DAHLIA BISTRO, BLUE SKIES FRAME COMPANY, BLUE STAR CAFE, BMS OFFICE SUPPLY, BOLDIN INSURANCE AGENCY, BOOKPEOPLE, BOULDIN CREEK COFFEEHOUSE, BRAND AUSTIN, BRAVE NEW BOOKS, BRENDA LADD PHOTOGRAPHY, BY GEORGE, CAFFREY'S FURNITURE, CANTU'S IMPORTS, CAPITAL MUSIC CENTER, CAPITOL CITY SOLUTIONS, CASA CHAPALA, CASA DE LUZ, CEDAR DOOR, CENTRAL TEXAS FIREARMS, CHAMPION PRINTING, CHARLIE LLEWELLIN PHOTOGRAPHY, CHEAPO DISCS, CHEZ NOUS, CHIEF'S BBQ, CHINA SEA, CHOMP COOKIES, CLARKSVILLE POTTERY & GALLERY, CLEAR POINT WELLNESS, COCOA PURO, COLOR GLO AUSTIN, COPA BAR & GRILL, COWGIRLS AND FLOWERS, CRAFT-O-RAMA, CRAIG O'S PIZZA & PASTARIA, CREATIVE INK, CRESTVIEW BARBER SHOP, CURIO CORNER BOOKS, CjSiercksAssociates, Cowgirls&Flowers, DAILY JUICE COMPANY, DEATS DURST OWEN & LEVY P.L.L.C., DEEP BLUE AQUARIUMS, DEEP EDDY WEST, DESIGN FOR ENERGY, DISCOVERY CYCLE, DODD'S SERVICE CENTER, DOLLAR-A-DAY ADVERSITING, DON'S AUTOMOTIVE, DOWNSTAIRS APPAREL, DUNCAN BUSINESS MACHINES, EAST SIDE CAFE, EAST SIDE PIES, ECLECTIC ETHNOGRAPHIC ART GALLERY, ECO-WISE, ECOLOGICAL RECOVERY FOUNDATION, EL INTERIOR, EL SOL Y LA LUNA, ELECTRA, ELEMENTALS, EMPANADAS LA BOCA, END OF AN EAR, ESTER'S FOLLIES, ESTRELLA BRIDAL ART, EVANGELINE CAFE, FAIRVIEW PROPERTIES, FEATHERS, FIND-N-GRIND SKATESHOP, FIREHOUSE LOUNGE, FIRST BASE DATA SYSTEMS INC., FLAMINGO AUTO, FLASHBACK, FLORA AND FAUNAS, FLORAL ELEGANCE, FONDA SAN MIGUEL, FRAN'S HAMBURGERS, FURNITURE MARKET, GALLERY POLLOCK, GAYNOR PHOTOGRAPHY INC., GET BACK VINTAGE FURNITURE, GET ORGANIZED AUSTIN, GREAT HEALTH NUTRITION, GREENLING ORGANIC DELIVERY, GUERO'S TACO BAR, GYPSY BORN DESIGNS, GarageAndStoragePlus.com, Gfire Studios, Gulabi Records, HANNAH D'S, HAPPINESS, HEM JEANS INC., HIGHTOWER & ASSOCIATES, HOG WILD TEXAS, HOMEGIRLS, HOVERCRAFT!, HUTS HAMBURGERS, HYDER N HILL, ICHIBAN IlPUN RESTAURANT, ICONOGRAPHICS, IMAGE WEAR HOUSE, IMAGES OF AUSTIN, INNU SALON, INSTEP, IRIE BEAN, ISACKSEN CPA, JACKSON RUIZ SALON, JAMES LEWIS GOLD EXCHANGE, JASTRAM MARKETING, JAYA FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES, JIM HIGHTOWER & ASSOCIATES, JODY HORTON PHOTOGRAPHY, JOE COOKS CATERING, JOHNNIE'S ANTIQUES, JOSEPH ZAMBARANO, JOVITA'S, JUAN IN A MILLION RESTAURANT, JULIO'S CAFE, JUNIOR'S BEER, JUST FOR PETS, JUST TREES, JobStrap, KA-PROW RESTAURANT, KARAVEL SHOES COMFORT CENTER, KASBAH, KATZ'S DELI & BAR, KERBEY LANE, KHAZANA FURNITURE, KICK PLEAT, KING'S HOBBY, LANE FOUR SWIM SHOP, LAS MANOS MAGICAS, LCX INTERNATIONAL INC., LEGENDARY BEADS, LEVERAGE COMMUNICATIONS, LIGHT VIBRATIONS TIE DYES, LIGHTCRAFTERS, LIKEABLE LAWYER, LINDSAY DESIGNS, LIVING ARTS BAKERY, LONG'S VACUUM & APPLIANCE, LOU'S SALON, LOUIES 106 RESTAURANT, LOVE., LOW BROW EMPORIUM, LUCKY LIZARD CURIOS & GIFTS, LUCY IN DISGUISE, LUZ DE LUNA, Lightcrafters, Longhorn Collision Center, MARIGOLD - GATEWAY TO INDIA, MARIGOLD-GATEWAY TO INDIA, MARTINEZ BROS..."

The People Have Spoken: Here are your icons
The results of our "Icon or Eyesore?" contest are in
News Story  December 8, 2006, by Wells Dunbar
"...Avenue B Grocery 7.0..."

Tales from the Valley
Author David Rice Interviewed
Books Story  August 2, 1996, by Barbara Strickland
"...All the same, I didn't want to drive to South Austin. I had wanted to meet David Rice at the Avenue B Grocery in Hyde Park, on Monday -- my neighborhood..."

Mike & Charlie's Memories
Recent deaths of old friends has former mid-town mainstay on my mind
DAILY Food  November 2, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Delivering there so often, I got to be friends with Emporium manager Ross Mason (now owner of Avenue B Grocery) and their chef, Michael Devine. I found the Littlepages to be some of the nicest people I've ever met in the restaurant business..."

78704 Is a Historic State of Mind
The Louis and Flossie John House opens to the public
DAILY Design  May 19, 2010, by Anne Harris
"...City of Austin Historic Preservation Officer Steve Sadowsky will be on hand to explain the history of the house, which was built around 1937 for Louis and Vlasta (Flossie) John. The Johns operated the Alamo Cash Grocery on Sixth Street...."

The Bee's Knees
Andrew Bujalski's uncommon process
Screens Story  March 13, 2009, by Kimberley Jones
"...The Chronicle recently sat down with Bujalski over sandwiches at Avenue B Grocery to talk about his latest film, Beeswax, which world-premiered last month at the Berlinale film festival and features no fewer than six local directors in supporting parts, as well as South by Southwest Film Producer Janet Pierson (cast a couple of years before she signed on to the Fest). It follows two sisters (played by real-life twins Tilly and Maggie Hatcher), one who is drifting – away from a boyfriend, toward an overseas job – while the other tussles for control of a co-owned vintage shop in Austin...."

Mapping Calle Ancha
The Avenue That Existed Before That Big Parking Lot in the Sky, I-35, Was Built
Features Story  January 26, 2001, by Belinda Acosta
"...Across from the City Market, for a time, was the Red and White Grocery, where housewives in the area could phone in their orders for bread, milk, or eggs, and expect delivery by a kid on a bike or on foot. Until 1971, the Matamoros Restaurant was at Sixth; Ferris Drug was between Sixth and Seventh..."

The Lights Are On: Is Anybody Home?
Downtown's boom has busted, yet developers still build.
News Story  January 17, 2003, by Amy Smith
"...If you can't shop Downtown, you can't fully live Downtown. But the only Downtown retail project anywhere close to bearing fruit is the Whole Foods headquarters and grocery store project set to rise from the ground at Sixth and Lamar (see list and map, p.24)..."

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