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Wrong Side of the Tracks?
Light Rail May Be a Heavy Burden for East Austin
News Story  April 4, 1997, by Karl Pallmeyer
"...Leon Hernandez, owner of Hernandez Cafe on East Sixth, doesn't believe that his restaurant will benefit from the proposed rail station that may be built just a couple of blocks south of his establishment. If anything, he says, he will lose customers to the snack bar that likely will be set up in the station: "I wouldn't be surprised if they started putting their own restaurants down here."..."

Cafe Mundi Founder Jessica Nieri Celebrates Birthday with Benefit Bash
Food, drinks, live music, and a silent auction at Rain Lily Farm
DAILY Food  April 25, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Friends of beloved Cafe Mundi founder Jessica Nieri are throwing her a birthday benefit bash to raise money for her next round of holistic and alternative cancer treatments not covered by insurance...."

EAST Eats: Sa-Tén
Coffee done artfully
DAILY Food  November 20, 2014, by Andrew Thomas
"...We passed it twice before we noticed a small, collapsible sign. Finding the cafe tucked into a corner of the Canopy's gallery space was like being let in on a secret..."

Cafe Ro
Food Story  July 12, 1996
"...Too close to campus and the bustle of the drag for most families to buy, several of the grand old houses just east of Guadalupe around 30th Street have for years languished in stately disrepair. Ripe, in other words, for the establishment of small cafes..."

Hit the Spot Cafe
This local library’s diner serves up cheese, grease, and nostalgia
Food Column  January 11, 2018, by Emily Beyda
"...It looks like a farmhouse, maybe a church, until you get close enough to read the writing on the front identifying it as the Library of Garfield, Texas. Then you look up and see the second sign – narrow, blue, high enough up the pole it's perched on that it might take you a minute to notice it: "Hit the Spot Cafe."..."

Memorial Day Weekend Visit to Taylor Cafe
90-year-old WW II vet Vencil Mares still smoking meats in Taylor
DAILY Food  June 5, 2014, by Mick Vann
"...When he returned home from WW II, he got a job at Southside Market in Elgin, where he learned the barbecue business and basics of sausage stuffing. In 1948, a year before Louie Mueller opened his place, Mares opened the Taylor Cafe in Taylor’s oldest building downtown..."

Oasis Mediterranean Cafe and Pizza
Food Story  April 15, 1999


East Meets Westlake
Pacific Moon Fails to Shine
Food Story  December 12, 1997, by Patrick Earvolino
"...Broussard's Cajun Cafe..."

Going Home Again
"East Side Cafe is obviously doing something right," Chronicle Cuisines writer Rebecca Chastenet de Géry writes. "You don't draw waiting crowds continually for over a decade without conscious effort. The cafe's menu certainly isn't Austin's splashiest, but for many, the cafe simply feels right. There's no place like home."
Food Story  August 4, 2000, by Rebecca Chastenet dé Gery
"...East Side Cafe 2113 Manor, 476-5858..."

Good Restaurants Make Good Neighbors
Food Story  November 20, 1998, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Within a matter of months following its 1982 debut, the relatively small restaurant -- 80-85 seats then, 120 seats now -- was posting sales figures impressive enough to interest other restaurant operators in the neighborhood. Segle Fry, operator of Another Raw Deal on West Sixth, made a deal with restaurant developers Tommy Walker and Jim Person to build Good Eats Cafe just a few blocks east of Chuy's..."

Burgers, Burgers Everywhere
The Chronicle Guide to Hamburgers in Austin
Food Story  June 20, 1997
"...This fact means that in Austin -- heavily populated with restaurants, cafes, and lunch counters -- there are at least a million burgers in the city. Over the past few weeks, the Chronicle food staff -- Virginia B..."

The Making of an Endorsement
News Story  October 24, 2008
"...1st Food Mart, 34th STREET CAFE, A BRIDE TO BE, A CROWN OF JEWELS, A. D..."

Liquid Assets
East Side Cafe co-owner Dorsey Barger was on the phone, nearly breathless with excitement
Food Column  August 20, 2004, by Wes Marshall
"...For those who don't know Dorsey, she and her business partner, Elaine Martin, opened the popular East Side Cafe back in 1988 when Dorsey was a tender 24-year-old. Besides a tasty menu, they have a gemlike wine list, filled with wines that Dorsey searches out like Stanley did Livingston..."

Naturaltown
Vegetarian and Vegan Spots in Austin
Food Story  March 9, 2001, by Virginia B. Wood
"...East Side Cafe2113 Manor Road, 476-5858..."

Food-O-File
Food Column  January 16, 1998, by Virginia B. Wood
"...On my recent trips down Manor Road to check out Calabash Cafe, I noticed a very diverse group of eateries popping up in older homes and commercial buildings along that East Austin thoroughfare, forming another "restaurant row." As you head east, the first stop would be Manor Road Coffee House/Roscoe's Italian Kitchen at Manor Road (1809 Manor Rd., 474-2505, 457-0006), a very interesting new joint venture. Bambi's two-year-old coffeehouse will continue to offer live music and coffee drinks while Glen Taylor, partner in the popular lake-area Roscoe's, will serve up a mouth-watering Italian menu of pizzas, antipasto, desserts, pastas, entrées, and sandwiches for dining in or take-out..."

Jimmie and Georgia
At their Southern Dinette, family-style soul food took on a whole new meaning.
Food Story  July 4, 2003, by Mick Vann
"...Jimmie Owens then bought the property in 1946. (Interestingly, Reuter's Bakery manager Carl Stengel owned the house where the East Side Cafe now resides.)..."

Austin Women Chefs Grow in Number
Food Story  August 7, 1998
"...Perna, pastry chef; Zoot, Hyde Park Bar & Grill, Dolce Vita Alma Alcocer-Thomas, chef de cuisine, Jeffrey's Dr. Foo Swasdee, chef/owner; Satay Asian Cookery, Thai Noodles House Barbara Nadalini, chef/owner, Madam Nadalini Elaine Martin, chef/co-owner, East Side Cafe Ruth Carter, chef, East Side Cafe Kim Nguyen, chef/owner, Saigon Kitchen Orasinee Ratana-Apron, chef/co-owner; Thai Spice Buffet, Thai Spice Cafe Vicki Vicha, chef/co-owner; Thai Spice Buffet, Thai Spice Cafe Carmen Suarez, chef; Manuel's, Changos Dot Hewitt, chef/owner, Dot's Place Flo Washington, chef/owner, Flo's Abigail Scruggs, chef, Central Market Jessica Furlong, chef, Central Market Becky Barsch-Fischer, chef, Central Market Ash Correia, chef/owner, Empanada Parlour Johanna Sullivan, chef/wine representative, Glazier's Lisa Fox, independent menu consultant Pamela Nevarez, private chef DeAndra Breeden, private chef Vicki Dempsey, private chef/film food stylist Tina Haverty, independent menu consultant Sherry Smith, chef/co-owner, Assorted Affairs Catering Julie Eskoff, chef/owner, From the Top Catering Deborah DeWitt, chef/owner, Prairie Rock Catering Cheryl Price, chef/owner, Carol's Catering by Cheryl Susan Fein, chef/co-owner, Living Arts Kitchen Diana Welsch, chef/owner, Green Gourmet Catering Megan Bowman, chef/owner, Megan Bowman Catering Frauke Baylor, chef/owner, Blue Trout Catering..."

Weekend Repast
Brunch in Austin
Food Story  March 16, 2001, by Virginia B. Wood
"...East Side Cafe2113 Manor Road, 476-5858..."

Your Name Here
Austin is becoming famous for its local brands; Cuisines editor Virginia B. Wood reveals why.
Food Story  July 28, 2000, by Virginia B. Wood
"...One very popular homegrown restaurant chain, The Nighthawk, packaged some of their entrées as a line of frozen foods which ultimately outlasted the actual restaurants. In the early days, restaurants and cafes sponsored sports teams with logos on uniforms which naturally progressed to selling T-shirts and gimme caps emblazoned with logos..."

Food-O-File
Bowled Over
Food Column  December 4, 1998, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Congress, 282-2111). Congratulations to the organizers, sponsors, pottery artists, and soup and bread chefsfor a job well done! I chatted with East Side Cafesoup maven Ruth Carter over a couple of bowls of Five Pepper Bisque..."

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