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Cheap Eats: Luke's Inside Out
Coating your ribs for less than $20
Food Story  September 22, 2016, by Mary Bryce
"...But let's face facts: With everything in our burgeoning city getting more expensive, eating on the cheap is getting more difficult. So, I came up with a challenge: finding non-fast food places – that serve food that rivals the fanciest eateries in town – where two can eat for $20 before the tip. Cheap Eats Case File 0001: Luke's Inside Out..."

Cheap Eats: Whip In
Austin classic remains one of the best dining bargains in town
Food Story  February 2, 2017, by Mary Bryce
"...If the food is hot and good, I'm into it. If that sounds like your bag too, Whip In might be just the place to take your special someone – especially if you suspect them of being an anti-snob too, or if you want to test the waters to see just how low-key you can get away with being. Cheap Eats Case File 006: Whip In..."

Cheap Eats: Skylark Lounge
Live music, drinks, and pizza
Food Story  January 5, 2017, by Mary Bryce
"...No matter what you like the most; drinking, eating or seeing live music, Skylark Lounge has it in spades, making for an unforgettable night and a new place you'll want to return to again and again, regardless of if you're flying solo or out on the town with your new flame. At Skylark you can forget disappointment and say hello to enjoyment. Cheap Eats Case File 005: Skylark Lounge..."

Cheap Eats: Hut’s Hamburgers
Austin classic is still one of the best deals in town
Food Story  December 1, 2016, by Mary Bryce
"...For that reason, it's best to go somewhere you know you'll feel comfortable, somewhere your stunning intellect and ravishing good looks can shimmer seductively in the dim glow of a red neon beer sign. Contrast makes things interesting, and if you really want to wow someone, what better way to win hearts and minds than by looking fabulous and eating burgers in one of Austin's most iconic locations. Cheap Eats Case File 004: Hut's Hamburgers..."

Cheap Eats: Aviator Pizza
Pies worth traveling for
Food Story  March 16, 2017, by Mary Bryce
"...Long gone are the days when I'd drive 30 minutes to meet a dude for coffee when I could have saved myself an hour, gas, and money. However, sometimes being forced out of your comfort zone results in good food and hopefully a good story, which is where Aviator Pizza comes in. [image-2-right] Cheap Eats Case File 007: Aviator Pizza..."

Cheap Eats: Quickie Pickie
Convenience dating at a convenience store
Food Story  November 3, 2016, by Mary Bryce
"...These unpretentious meals serve a purpose: You can pretty quickly figure out if your Bumble match can make even the most low-key of meals interesting. Enter Quickie Pickie. Cheap Eats Case File 003: Quickie Pickie..."

Cheap Eats: Austin Daily Press
Affordable decadence on the Eastside
Food Story  October 13, 2016, by Mary Bryce
"...Maybe that's rude, but if you're quasi-sure that your Tinder match is going to bomb, you might as well make sure you can check an errand off your list. Alternatively, you can suggest going to your favorite restaurant and pray that your date picks up the check. [image-2-right] Cheap Eats Case File 002: Austin Daily Press..."

Good Luck Eats for New Year's Day
Southern food traditions and recipes to ensure prosperity in 2013
DAILY Food  December 29, 2012, by Mick Vann

Fast, Cheap & Out of Control
Interview With Filmmaker Errol Morris
Screens Story  November 14, 1997, by Jason Silverman
"...When the 30-year-old Morris unveiled Gates of Heaven, Herzog, as promised, boiled and ate his shoe in front of an audience. The entire episode was captured on film by Les Blank in a short film titled Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe..."

Good Eats (and Drinks) Every New Student Should Know
The Food staff weighs in on student dining
Food Story  August 24, 2012, by The Food Staff
"...Wheatsville Co-op (3101 Guadalupe) This long-standing grocery co-op is a treasure trove of fresh fruit, vegetables, and locally produced artisanal goods like Bola Pizza, Chameleon Coffee, and Red Rabbit doughnuts (study group treats, anyone?). What's more, the popcorn tofu (like Chick-fil-A nuggets but vegetarian and devoid of homo­phob­ia!), black beans, and brown rice from the deli counter make for (mostly) wholesome and inexpensive lunches on the go..."

Don't go Home Hungry: Festival Eats Not to be Missed
Food Story  March 9, 2012

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
"...This is the only independent concept (originally from Colorado) that has ever been purchased by McDonald's, and what Chipotle features is high-quality ingredients presented in a simple but unique concept. They have marinated and grilled meats (fajita chicken, beef asado, pork carnitas, and barbacoa) and a vegetarian option, all available as burritos or tacos..."

Three Food Tours That Will Leave You Hungry for More
Everything from food trucks to famed Austin restaurants
Food Story  July 6, 2017, by Brandon Watson
"...Pro tip: Elastic-waist pants. Fulton doesn't play when it comes to good eating, ordering generous portions at every stop. Austin Eats Food Tours..."

Marco Polo Restaurant
Hearty, affordable fare that won't cost more than the pocket change left over after your visit with the tax man
Food Story  April 15, 2005, by Barbara Chisholm
"...Really cheap eats are only a bargain if the eats are good. There are too many restaurants that limit their advertising to "all you can eat," as if quantity alone is what diners seek in a dining-out experience..."

Top 10 Underrated Restaurants
Good eats you might have missed in 2016
Food Story  December 29, 2016, by Mary Bryce

The Hightower Report
McDonald's image problem
News Column  September 25, 2014, by Jim Hightower
"...Actually, it was not so much transforming as it was mind-bending. The dinner was hosted by McDonald's! The fast-food mega-chain of cheap eats was making yet another stab at enhancing its image, this time by trying to convince reporters that its food is actually healthy, fresh, high-quality, and even worthy of gourmet dining..."

Simmering controversy between two Sixth Street businesses is boiling over
Food Column  July 16, 2010, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Notarthomas is a guitar player who provides employment for other musicians – parkside hires musicians, as well, and participates in annual benefits for the SIMS Foundation, so that point appears to be a wash. The Best Wurst bills itself as "a cheap eats" option that's an "integral part of the definitive Sixth Street experience." Parkside owners see a nuisance that blocks their front window, impedes the flow of customers into their business, and competes with Shawn Cirkiel's house-made sausages...."

Our readers talk back.
Columns  May 20, 2005
"...Your article covering Texas Senate Bill 1858 inexplicably repeats developer attorney/lobbyist Dan Wheelus' assertion that "no one has ever justified that the 15 to 25% impervious cover limits were necessary to preserve and protect the recharge and contributing zones on Barton Springs" ["Senate Bill Threatens Local Water Quality Standards," News, May 6]. In fact, the one person testifying at the SB 1858 hearing with the best credentials to opine on that topic – environmental engineer Lauren Ross – submitted data to the Senate Committee showing the scientific consensus on the necessity for these restrictions..."

Mistake Made in Restaurant Review
Postmarks  May 12, 2005
"...Over the years I regarded you as someone who was knowledgeable about the local restaurant scene. Recently you proved that to be wrong with your review of El Pollo Feliz ["Cheap Eats," Food, April 15]..."

Live Through This!
The Semi-Annual Rock & Roll Round-up
Books Story  December 5, 1997
"..."Once I realized that I'm a voice that people listen to, I realized I had to fill my voice with something of substance," says Chuck D in Fight the Power: Rap, Race and Reality by Chuck D with Yusuf Jah (Delacorte Press, $23.95), a powerful hip-hop memoir that doubles as a poignant and occasionally angry political dispatch. Indeed, on the written page, where he's finally free from the inherent constraints of rhymes and beats, Chuck D's voice and its unabashedly militant substance come off as downright literary..."

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