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Good Eats Cafe
Food Column  September 10, 1999
"...Good Eats Cafe..."

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..."

Austin Eats Is Now Bigger and Better Than Ever!
If these choices aren't enough for you, we don't know what is
Music Story  October 8, 2010, by Claudia Alarcón
"...These folks claim to make the "world's best damn burrito," which they describe as "a little Tex, a little Mex and a heaping of freshness stuffed into tortillas, custom prepared to suit your exact tastes." All nonmeat ingredients, including the rice and beans, are vegetarian- and vegan-friendly. Be sure to try the Pot Brownie, baked in a "pot" and topped with fudge and chocolate-chip morsels. Galaxy Cafe..."

A Prudent Gearhead's Guide to Good Country Eats
Reliable food near the COTA track
Food Story  November 15, 2013, by Kate Thornberry and Mick Vann

Learn Your EATs
An epicurean orientation for students new and returning, but also for ACL visitors and recently arrived residents
Food Story  September 23, 2005, by Wes Marshall
"...If the sun and humidity wreak the same havoc on us poor souls as it did last year at ACL, then nothing will restore your mojo like an Amy's shake. Austin Java Cafe & Bar..."

Forty Acres of Fresh, Ethnic Eats
Mick Vann teaches you a lesson on UT's campus-area restaurant resurgence.
Food Review  September 20, 2002, by Mick Vann
"...For many years, the UT campus has been the stronghold of bad fast food and even worse dorm cafeterias, which catered to the less than demanding tastes of the average student. If food was cheap and fast, it didn't matter how it tasted or if it expressed the least bit of creativity..."

Food Story  November 15, 2013, by Kate Thornberry
"...Maxine's905 Main St., Bastrop; 512/303-0919 Sun.-Tue., 7am-3pm; Wed.-Thu., 7am-9pm; Fri.-Sat., 7am-10pm"

Don't go Home Hungry: Festival Eats Not to be Missed
Food Story  March 9, 2012
"...Le Cafe Crépe is a full-service espresso and coffee shop that specializes in crépes for breakfast, lunch, and dessert. Create your own crépe from the savory filling choices..."

ACL Eats Vendor List 2018
Food Story  October 4, 2018
"...Tinos Greek Cafe Greek food with options for"

ACL Eats Vendor List 2017
Food Story  October 5, 2017
"...Tinos Greek Cafe Greek food with options for everyone – yay, tzatziki!"

Where to Find Mick Vann's Favorite Inexpensive International Eats
Food Story  January 5, 2007, by Mick Vann
"...2) Asia Cafe (8650 Spicewood Springs Rd. #115, 331-5780): Unapologetically and authentically Sichuan, this counter-service gem located in the back of Asia Market is my new favorite Chinese restaurant in town (with apologies to the rest)..."

Learn Your EATs
An epicurean orientation for students new and returning, but also for ACL visitors and recently arrived residents
Food Story  September 23, 2005, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Lamar, 206-1000) flagship store had a huge impact on the concept of gourmet grocery shopping when it opened more than 10 years ago. They've remained true to the original vision and continue to offer quality shopping, food to go, a well-informed wine department, a comfortable cafe that often doubles as a music venue, a nationally known cooking school, and the most popular playscape in town..."

Culinary Ladies of the Eighties: Elaine Martin
Chef, restaurateur helped pioneer Eastside treasure
DAILY Food  February 18, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...They did both. 25 years later, Elaine Martin and Eastside Cafe are still there...."

Segle George Fry III, 1937-2015
Restaurateur, musician brought two scenes together at Good Eats Cafe
DAILY Food  January 15, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...From Another Raw Deal, Segle moved on to open the original Good Eats Cafe (formerly 1530 Barton Springs Rd) with a group of investors in 1983, joining Chuy's on what would soon become Austin's first restaurant row. Good Eats wasn't a music venue, as such, but because of Segle's huge network of friends in the Texas music scene, it became a great place to meet or catch a glimpse of local and traveling musicians: an unassuming Willie Nelson having a quiet cup of coffee; Steve Fromholz holding forth at a corner table; Derek O'Brien courting one of the managers; Kim Wilson flirting with a hostess with blues greats in tow; folk duo Bill and Bonnie Hearn on the way to or from the Kerrville Folk Festival; or Miss Lou Ann Barton drinking her lunch of an afternoon..."

Culinary Ladies of the Eighties: Dorsey Barger
When she's passionate about something, hospitality pro goes all in
DAILY Food  March 6, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...After graduation from the University of Virginia, Dorsey came to Austin to visit her sister, Pam Barger, and found her working at a place called Kerbey Lane Cafe, another eatery that happened to call a house a home. “I realized that if I really wanted to have my own restaurant someday, I'd better start learning about how they worked, so I applied for a job waiting tables,” she explains..."

Readers Poll
Food Story  May 25, 2001
"...AppetizersSaba Blue Water CafeRUNNERS-UPVespaio, Z'Tejas, Malaga..."

Have Food, Will Travel
West Texas' wee oasis of fine dining is just six hours of driving from Austin
Food Story  July 24, 2009, by Claudia Alarcón
"...Arriving by mid-afternoon, the pool at the Gage Hotel is a most welcome sight, with the tiny White Buffalo Bar and its impressive selection of premium tequilas and ice-cold beers running a close second. After a dip and a drink, we always look forward to dinner at the historic Gage's restaurant, Cafe Cenizo..."

Food Column  November 20, 1998, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Over the past few months, well over 100 potters (from individual artists such as Kit Adams, John Gray, Claudia Reese, and Diane Seidel to studios like Feats of Clay andSunset Canyon Pottery) have joined other volunteers at "bowl-a-thons," using clay donated by Armadillo Clay & Supply to create the necessary bowls. The delectable soups for this year's project will be provided by Cafe Josie, theCapitol of Texas Chef's Association, CastleHill Cafe, Creative Cuisine & Catering, East Side Cafe, Good Eats Cafe, Jeffrey's, Laura's Bluebonnet Kitchen, Mother's Cafe, West Lynn Cafe, Private Affairs Catering, and TheThicket..."

Dot's Place
Bite-sized reviews of local comfort food restaurants.
Food Column  September 10, 1999, by Rachel Feit

Culinary Ladies of the Eighties: Sharon Watkins
Chez Zee maven looks forward to another 25 years
DAILY Food  December 5, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...“We had a pretty diverse client list that always included some food and beverage folks, places like Shadows, Tortuga's, the Night Hawk on S. Congress before it burned, Lock, Stock & Barrel, Good Eats Cafe..."

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