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Cosmic Cafe
I was expecting (how can I put this diplomatically? I can't) completely uninspired 'old hippie'-style vegetarian food. Instead, I found a wonderful restaurant.
Food Review  January 13, 2006, by Kate Thornberry
"...Cosmic Cafe..."

Cosmic Cafe Opening Is Good News
Postmarks  August 8, 2005
"...Dear Editor, As an old Austinite I'm sorry the lovely West Lynn Cafe has closed, but so happy to hear the Cosmic Cafe is opening a branch in Austin [“Postmarks,” Aug. 5]! I live in L.A..."

Cafe Mundi
Food Story  January 14, 1999
"...Cafe Mundi reminds me of the small coffeehouses I loved so much in Paris. It's a cozy little haven off the beaten path, the kind of place that attracts a clientele of regulars who relish their few moments of peace in a place they feel privileged to have discovered..."

Dining Up and Down West Lynn
Venerable spaces and new faces
Food Story  February 16, 2007, by MM Pack
"...The big splurge is the banana split at $5.75. Is there any wonder that several generations of Austinites visit Nau's knowing that it is just like it always was? And what better comfort while waiting for the pharmacist to fill your prescription?Cosmic Cafe..."

Food-o-File
Big changes for two local favorites; plus, Bistro le Marseillais, feeling and eating the heat, and more.
Food Column  August 12, 2005, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Magna Sampaio has leased space in the new Rosedale Village development at 47th and Burnet Road and expects to open the new Sampaio's Restaurant, specializing in Brazilian cuisine, sometime in the next few months... After a 15-year run at the corner of West Lynn and 12th, partners Cameron Alexander, Anne Daniels, and John Silberberg sold their West Austin vegetarian eatery in July and are now concentrating all their attention on the 25-year old Mother's Cafe & Garden (4215 Duval St., 451-3994)..."

Blood on the Tracks
The ballad of Griff Luneburg and Cactus Cafe
Music Story  February 6, 2009, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Cactus Cafe is celebrating its 30th anniversary this month. Griff Luneburg has run the intimate, Texas Union listening room for 28 of those years..."

Food-o-File
Tentatively galvanizing news for the vegetarian community and a KLRU programming update
Food Column  June 1, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...This is turning out to be a tough year for the local vegetarian-restaurant community. First, Mother's Cafe & Garden (4215 Duval St., 451-3994) was hit by a serious fire that's kept them closed for months..."

25 Dog-Friendly Bars & Restaurants in Austin
Because nothing pairs better with coffee or beer than your own doggo
DAILY Food  February 15, 2018
"...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?..."

Food-o-File
Taqueria Zocala Fresca on West Lynn and a dessert tasting with Amanda Rockman
Food Column  June 15, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Driving down West Lynn last week, I spied Galaxy Cafe owners Jay Bunda, Kelly Chappell, and Chris Courtney working furiously to convert the former Cosmic Cafe location into Taqueria Zocalo Fresca Cafe (1110 West Lynn). The new spot is scheduled to open this week, featuring an Interior Mexican menu complemented by beer, wine, and frozen sangria..."

Food-o-File
In spite of the sad circumstances, Bill Clinton at El Chile made Carlos Rivero's week
Food Column  September 29, 2006, by Virginia B. Wood
"...After Carlos Rivero and his partners opened El Chile Cafe & Cantina (1809 Manor Rd., 457-9900), he confided one of his very personal goals: Rivero hoped the restaurant would become such a happening place that their good customer local PR mogul Roy Spence would someday bring his good friend Bill Clinton to eat there. Rivero and company got their wish on Sept..."

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
Columns  August 5, 2005
"...I understand John, Cameron, and Ann have closed the multi-award-winning West Lynn Cafe to concentrate on Mother's (the former site – now under new ownership - is now Cosmic Cafe with an Indian influence)...."

West Lynn Closed Is City's Loss
Postmarks  August 2, 2005
"...Dear Editor, I understand John, Cameron, and Ann have closed the multi-award-winning West Lynn Cafe to concentrate on Mother's (the former site – now under new ownership - is now Cosmic Cafe with an Indian influence). The closing of West Lynn is a real loss to Austin so I for one hope Mother's outlasts us all..."

Summer Fun: Cold, Dark Holes to Crawl Into
Escape the Texas sun in these underground getaways
DAILY Chronolog  May 20, 2017, by Tucker Whatley
"...Both feature stunning rock formations, an approximately 80-minute guided tour, and a climate consistently at a merciful 70 degrees. Root Cellar www.rootcellarcafe.com..."

The Hills Are Alive
The Hill Country is teaming with Austin songwriters.
Music Story  May 9, 2003, by Margaret Moser
"...The Hill Country is dotted with live music venues that fan out west of Interstate 35, above San Antonio and stretching as far north as Lampasas while curving westward just past Fredericksburg. Like the dance halls, the names are colorful and sometimes carry a bucket load of attitude in them: the Too Damn Friendly Bar in Johnson City, the Wild Horse Grill in Marble Falls, the Buck 'n' Shoot Saloon in Center Point, the Auslander in Fredericksburg, the Cypress Creek Cafe in Wimberley, John T..."

Picks & Sleepers
Sxsw
Music Story  March 20, 1998
"...The renowned folkie of "At Seventeen" turned unlikely openly-lesbian-buddy-of-Howard-Stern comes to display her songcraft, old and new. (Cactus Cafe, 9:45pm) -Ken Lieck..."

Off the Record
Juan González answers to no one
Music Column  May 14, 2010, by Austin Powell
"...As the clock ticked down last Friday, May 7, on University of Texas Vice President for Student Affairs Juan González's allotted time for public input on the future of the Cactus Cafe, local grassroots group the Friends of the Cactus Cafe submitted a business plan in favor of the self-operating model. The impressive 25-page proposal calls for increased student participation in all aspects of the music venue's operations through internships, student discounts, and enhanced interaction with the Student Events Center and KUT..."

SXSW Picks & Sleepers
Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 15, 2002
"...NATHAN HAMILTON: A native of Abilene who now calls Austin home, Nathan Hamilton has just released one of the best albums out of Texas this year, All for Love and Wages. The Austin Chronicle raved that it "burns with a rare fire and is highly recommended to those looking for a healthy helping of new American roots rock." (Hard Rock Cafe, 9pm) -- Jim Caligiuri..."

Snake Charmer
Ray Wylie Hubbard survived the crash, recovered the black box, and continues to fly high and get lowdown with 'Snake Farm.'
Music Story  June 23, 2006, by Margaret Moser
"...A wooden sign just off the porch of Ray Wylie Hubbard's spacious log cabin says "Snake Farm." It was placed there while shooting the title track's video, a moody, arresting piece of work directed by Tiller Russell. Hubbard points it out after returning from lunch at the Cypress Creek Cafe in Wimberley..."

Calendar Listings
  June 9, 1995
"...A DEVELOPING MURDER spins a funny whodunit around the conflict between environmentalists and developers in River City, with you not only involved in solving the comical crime but relishing a three- course dinner in the process. Performances are ongoing, Saturdays, 8pm, at Cafe Veranda in the Marriott at the Capitol, 701 E..."

Restaurant Roulette
A sampling of eateries from the ‘Chronicle’ Restaurant Guide
Food Story  March 11, 2011
"...24-HOUR: Kerbey Lane Cafe Famously fabulous breakfast, lunch, and dinner and a favorite of the late-night set. 13435 Hwy..."

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