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Historic Agreement Reached on Craft Beer To-Go Bills
Texas Craft Brewers & Beer Alliance of Texas finally work together
DAILY Food  February 14, 2019, by Eric Puga and Jessi Cape


Himalaya Kosheli and Fat Dragon Spice Up Spicewood Springs
Nepalese fare and Asian fusion revitalize North Austin shopping center
Food Story  February 14, 2019, by Jessi Cape
"...One of my go-to dining companions loves Eastern hemisphere food as much as I do, and upon tasting the first bites of gobi Manchurian, we both wished we'd worn an outfit without a waistband. Here, it's a dry version of the dish – deep-fried cauliflower florets tossed in a spicy, tomato-based sauce – and it's delightfully balanced with bold ginger and garlic notes..."

14 Romantic Restaurants for a Perfect Valentine’s Day Dinner
Luxury dining for the fancy, grand gesture-loving lovers
DAILY Food  February 13, 2019, by Emily Beyda
"...The Peached Tortilla will be running a special $45 four-course menu, with $38 optional wine pairing, or more if you want to try one of their featured cocktails, like the Heat of the Moment, with pineapple tarragon and serrano-infused tequila, lime, and simple syrup. The dinner will showcase a number of dishes from chef Eric Silverstein's upcoming cookbook, The Peached Tortilla: Modern Asian Comfort Food from Tokyo to Texas..."

Crazy Sexy Cool Valentine’s Day Date Ideas
Staycations, cooking classes, and aphrodisiacs for brownie points
DAILY Food  February 13, 2019, by Emily Beyda
"...The romantic “Loves Me” menu includes New York strip steak with grilled onion and beef au jus, paired with Howard Park Cabernet Sauvignon, and strawberry shortcake with vanilla chantilly cream, paired with Réserve Privée Rivesaltes Muscat. The veggie comfort food “Loves Me Not” will includes a simple snack of veggie sticks with farm crudité and house ranch, paired with Vino Vino’s “wine cooler,” mac & cheese made from Cowgirl Creamery’s Red Hawk, paired with Hops & Grain Pale Mosaic IPA, “fried chicken” with pickles and white gravy, paired with barrel aged “Jack and Coke,” and a romcom-worthy ice cream sundae with chocolate sauce and potato chips, paired with a White Russian...."

21 Super Bowl LIII Watch Parties in Austin
Pluckers Wing Bar is taking reservations, y’all
DAILY Food  January 30, 2019, by Emily Beyda
"...Whether or not you identify as a sporty spice, local bars and restaurants across this great burg of ours are rising to the Super Bowl occasion. Enjoy drink specials, super indulgent takes on classic comfort food, and huge TVs..."

South Austin Italian Spot Milano Cafe Celebrates 10 Years
An authentic meal in a tucked-away Southwest Parkway strip mall
Food Column  January 24, 2019, by Lauren Jones
"...Milano Cafe's tucked-away spot in a Southwest Park­way strip mall is often blurred by whirring rush-hour traffic, so it may not be an obvious choice for an authentic Italian meal, but it should be. Co-owner Sami Demi draws inspiration from the flavors of central and southern Italy, and since opening Milano Cafe in April of 2009, he's been serving up comfort food with a side of old country charm and quality service..."

Healthy Austin Food for New Year’s Resolution-Makers
Turning over a new (and local) lettuce leaf can be tasty and fun
DAILY Food  January 16, 2019, by Emily Beyda
"...The Raw Goods food truck is an Austin raw food community mainstay, serving up dehydrated classics divided into categories. There’s plant-based Fields, with concoctions like spaghetti squash with red romaine and rainbow chard in an avocado pesto dressing; the fishy Sea, with creative sashimi like amberjack with blossoms, Thai chili seeds, honey, and seaweed chips in a fruit citrus foam; and Sugar, with an acai bowl, mixed nuts, and crunchy dehydrated buckwheat. If You’re Going Vegan..."

How to Be Your Best Self in 2019
Take a class, learn a language, find your people
DAILY Chron Events  January 10, 2019
"...Want to start a veg garden but not sure how? The Sustainable Food Center can help. The SFC offers training for newbie gardeners, as well as cooking and kitchen skills classes that teach you what to do with all that glorious new plant bounty..."

Second Act
Lean In meets The Secret of My Success in workplace rom-com
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Film Review  January 4, 2019, by Marc Savlov
"...Inoffensive and unremarkable, Second Act is culled from the remainder bin of late-Nineties, early-Aughts hidden identity/wish fulfillment rom-coms along the lines of Lopez’s Maid in Manhattan. For a certain segment of the moviegoing audience this might well feel like cinematic comfort food, but for others it will bring to mind older but far better films that have withstood the test of time, albeit with freakishly dated hairstyles..."

Delicious and Nurturing Indian Fare at a South Austin Strip Mall
Asiana Indian Cuisine has something for every palate
Food Story  January 3, 2019, by Emily Beyda
"...There are a few quirks here – dishes that, while less familiar within the classic Americanized South Indian repertoire, embody the same spirit: indulgently layered, slow-cooked, and sweet, redolent of spices and cream. There's the perennially popular cauliflower 65 (also available in a chicken iteration) – a sort of South Indian take on kung pao cauliflower, breaded and fried and served in a spicy sauce – or the Indian spring rolls, apparently modeled on a Kolkata street food classic..."

Eldorado Cafe Launches New Menu Item to Benefit Kids
No Hater Tater is the ultimate comfort food
DAILY Food  December 17, 2018, by Melanie Haupt
"...The restaurant – selected as the top First Plates 2018 winner – has a new menu special that falls neatly in line with their ethos: The No Hater Tater is the ultimate in cold-weather comfort food. Take a generous mound of garlicky mashed potatoes, smother them in Eldorado queso, and top them with some sliced green onions, and you’ve got a lethal (in all the best ways) combo of carbs and fat that will instantaneously soothe those holiday-shopping-frayed nerves...."

Spider House Kitchen Is Closed
Arlo’s to take over all food operations
DAILY Food  December 14, 2018, by Jessi Cape
"...According to General Manager Jay Cesak, they are “moving toward a Cheer Up Charlies model, with Arlo’s taking over all food operations.” Spider House has moved another trailer from Casino Southside into the back “chapel-ish” area, and now there will be two Arlo’s trucks on site. Arlo’s is known for its vegan comfort food like the Bac’n Cheeze Burger...."

How to Handle Your (Very Nice) Family This Holiday Season
Where, oh where, have all the hideouts gone?
Food Column  December 13, 2018, by Emily Beyda
"...It's non-threateningly hip, has great views of Downtown, and even boasts a rooftop pool bar if you somehow have enough energy to swim. And most importantly, their room service menu is prepared by the chefs at Geraldine's, their in-house restaurant that just happens to specialize in kicking comfort food up to the next level..."

Where, Oh Where, Did The Great Y’all Go?
Friends turned food truck co-owners turned…
DAILY Food  December 11, 2018, by Alisha McDarris
"...Out with the old, in with the blue. When a shiny blue food trailer showed up at Possum Park in the very spot the vibrant yellow The Great Y’all truck had occupied mere weeks before, it caught a few people by surprise...."

Austin's Hottest Winter Date Ideas
Seasonally appropriate suggestions for your next night out
DAILY Chron Events  December 3, 2018, by Shalavé Cawley
"...You haven’t done Christmas in Austin without a trip to the Trail of Lights. Two million lights take over Zilker Park, making for a spectacular walk with food trucks, holiday activities, and live music performances along the way..."

Day Trips & Beyond: December Events Roundup
It's the most wonderful time of the year
DAILY Travel  December 1, 2018, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...The matador plucks a flower from the bull’s head instead of dispatching the animal with a sword. The uniquely Rio Grande Valley festival is filled with food and music and the pomp of Mexican bullfighting..."

20 Special Occasion Restaurants
We pick our favorite spots for a night out
DAILY Food  November 30, 2018, by The Food Staff
"...How many people have been proposed to at Apis? It has to be a lot, right? Between the spectacular Hill Country setting (that deck!) and menus focused on fresh global takes on high-quality local ingredients, Apis will make your heart skip a beat. Arlo Grey 111 E. Cesar Chavez www.thelinehotel.com/austin/food-drink..."

Mangia Pizza Celebrates 30 Years
In this city that always eats, that's quite a feat
Food Story  November 8, 2018, by Jessi Cape
"..."I [heard] that Mangia's dinosaur mascot was a gift from a tattoo shop owner whose shop was next door to the original Mangia. The shop owner liked the food and Jeff such that he designed the original logo for him."..."

Staying Hospitable During Our Nation's Division
Local restaurateurs discuss civility at the table
Food Story  November 8, 2018, by Melanie Haupt
"...Says Alexis Lanman, director of marketing, "We aim to align with community and charitable organizations that are near and dear to our team's hearts and passions. We work collaboratively with our people to determine the best partnerships based on shared values." New Waterloo has donated percentages of their sales to Equality Texas, GENAustin, Meals on Wheels, Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, and the Sustainable Food Center..."

Frank & Angie’s: Closing Forever After Nov. 17
We told you this was coming, and, damn it, here it is
DAILY Food  November 6, 2018, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...“Frank & Angie’s is lucky to have enjoyed loyal support from our Austin neighbors since we opened in 1995,” says their most recent communication. “We worked hard to keep Frank & Angie’s a simple, comfortable restaurant that celebrates a love of family, food and coming together over a good meal..."

Day Trips & Beyond: November Events Roundup
Pre-holiday travel tips
DAILY Travel  November 2, 2018, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...A loyal following of chili heads have watched JD’s Chili Parlor ascend from a small grocery store in Canyon Lake and stands at local farmers markets to an entrepreneurial incubator in San Antonio with their delicious bowls chili con carne. Diana and John Anderson now have a permanent al fresco location at the LocalSprout Food Hub east of downtown San Antonio..."

Home Slice Pizza, Via 313, Pinthouse Pizza Collaboration!
DOUGHvember is filled with local charity events, and it kicks off today
DAILY Food  November 1, 2018, by Emily Beyda


Texas Book Festival 2018: Meet the Indie Next Authors
Faves R.O. Kwon, Tommy Orange, and Nicole Chung get personal
DAILY Arts  October 28, 2018, by Rosalind Faires
"...Their books might not have a great deal in common on the surface – The Incendiaries follows two college students who wrestle with radicalization and loss of faith, There There is a multi-perspective novel about Native Americans living in Oakland, and All You Can Ever Know charts its author’s experience as a transracial adoptee – but Depp deftly found common ground for the panelists with questions about the intimate nature of their work, the way all three books play with structure, and the experiences Kwon, Orange, and Chung share as nonwhite authors surrounded by a very white literary canon. Kwon recounted her youthful lightbulb moment, realizing that she didn’t have to have white protagonists: “Oh, Korean food can be in a book!” Orange admitted that working on something as personal as There There was scary, but that he took comfort in the fact that “the people close to [him] know what’s true.” Chung shared her worries resulting from the fact that “scarcity is the norm” – there are so few Korean-American memorists or stories about and by transracial adoptees, and she wants to be clear that she is sharing her own specific experience, not speaking for everyone...."

Boil Water Notice Inspires Donations and Creative Drink Options
Fluff Meringues’ Grand Opening, Texas Wine Month, and Roya preview
DAILY Food  October 22, 2018, by Emily Beyda and Jessi Cape
"...Fluff Meringues and More celebrates their public Grand Opening on Tuesday, October 23, 5-7pm at the Rosedale Village locale (4800 Burnet Rd, Suite 450). In addition to free samples of the tasty treats – meringues, pavlovas, scones, and more – customers will receive 10% off of the food order, and normal happy hour specials ($2 off wine btg, $8 off bottles, 20% off beer) will be extended..."

The Dish: Relish the Comfort of Hibachi Scallops at Sushi Japon
Newly remodeled Japanese steakhouse delivers entertainment and big flavor
Food Column  October 18, 2018, by Jessi Cape
"...Sushi Japon boasts an enormous menu with other Japanese cuisine choices (pepper tuna tataki, udon, katsu) and a whole other Chinese menu with favorites such as kung pao and egg drop soup. Their titular food feature is also delicious, with several unique specialties like the Hot Night, good maki rolls, and fresh nigiri flown in daily..."

A Good Restaurant for an Awkward Conversation?
A place to say the things and eat the meatloaf
Food Column  September 27, 2018, by Emily Beyda
"...What's a good place to have an awkward conversation with an old friend? It's going to be a difficult talk, and I'm looking for somewhere quiet where I can assuage my guilt by buying them food and, ideally, booze...."

I Think We're Alone Now
Dinklage and Fanning find dry humor at the end of the world
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Film Review  September 21, 2018, by Danielle White
"...What is it that primes us to be so fascinated by “end of the world” narratives? Are we all pining that badly to be relieved of our shitty jobs and responsibilities? To trade in our daily commute for hunting zombies, siphoning gas, and foraging for food? Not that that’s entirely the situation in I Think We’re Alone Now. Del (Dinklage) is the only survivor in his town of 1,600; everyone else just sort of dropped dead one afternoon while he was sleeping..."

Hungry at Trib Fest? Here Are 14 of Our Favorite Restaurants.
A sampling of interior Mexican cuisine to dim sum in Downtown Austin
DAILY Chron Events  September 13, 2018
"...111 Congress All six concepts at this upscale food court add twists to their flagship spots’ menus to create an assemblage of new, excellent iterations. Antonelli’s Cheese Shop carries their signature hand-picked cheeses plus meal options like their ultra top-notch creamy mac & cheese..."

The Brewer's Table
East Austin’s truly wonderful dining experience with a complicated history
Food Story  September 13, 2018, by Melanie Haupt
"...A continuous lover." Indeed, beer shapes the culinary discourse here, with ingredients moving back and forth from brew space to kitchen, including barley and yeast and herbs and malt. In this historic area settled by a Swedish cattle rancher and, until recently, home to many low-income folks, the Brewer's Table is an innovative restaurant indicative of where the Austin food scene has been and is going, while also serving as the latest example of formidable change into the Eastside...."

Threadgill’s WHQ Will Close After Thanksgiving
Eddie Wilson done “clinging to the curb”
DAILY Music  September 12, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...He’s even explored relocating the comfort food cafeteria...."

The Color of Alina Baraz
Midwestern electro siren doubles down
DAILY Music  September 6, 2018, by Jeremy Steinberger
"...Every time I go to Texas, the fans are not afraid to sing and dance. And the food!..."

How a Genetic Disorder Drove Abby Solomon to the Forefront of Science and Music
After supplying a scientific breakthrough, this Austinite improves one show at a time
Music Story  September 6, 2018, by Rachel Rascoe
"...For Dr. Atul Chopra at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, she spent 24 hours in a metabolic chamber to monitor her breathing and food intake..."

10 Recommended Food & Drink Events This Fall
Looking for a few culinary celebrations, are you?
DAILY Chron Events  August 29, 2018, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...So many food events are coming up this fall! Yes!..."

Celebrity Judges
This year’s distinguished panel of judges includes ...
Food Story  August 23, 2018
"...Jessi Cape (Head Judge): food editor of The Austin Chronicle..."

Late Night Bar Meals at 15 Local Spots
These local midnight snacks are the real deal
DAILY Food  August 15, 2018, by R.T. Frank
"...The straightforward menu offers both comfort food like a fried chicken sandwich or more refined fare such as the roasted halibut. The wine list is huge, offering old standbys and refreshing new twists alike. The Cavalier..."

Crisis Pregnancy Centers: Money for Nothing
Despite unprecedented taxpayer investment, state-funded CPCs deliver few services
News Story  July 19, 2018, by Mary Tuma
"...Meanwhile, funding toward the A2A program has shown a heavy investment in anti-choice persuasion rather than tangible services, let alone legitimate health care. While proponents of the program enjoy touting its ostensibly myriad services for women – baby and maternity clothes, childbirth and parenting classes, food pantries – to justify its existence, the overwhelming bulk of services provided by state-funded CPCs fall under "counsel time," as records obtained by the Chronicle under a public information request from the Health and Human Ser­vices Commission show..."

40 Songs to Make You Feel Better (or Worse) About Drinking
A sampling of drinking songs local, south of the border, and global
Music Story  July 12, 2018, by The Music Staff
"...A grunge-punk Motörhead, this earthshaking Australian trio plowed its most fertile drinking anthem only 23 years into an inglorious career. Goliath frontman Ross Knight sings just 17 words on the Glorius Barsteds ode to pub life down under, listing bar food staples including schnitzel, chips, and "beetroot" – canned beets..."

Ramen Heads
What's cooking in the world's greatest ramen shops?
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Film Review  April 13, 2018, by Kimberley Jones
"...Food trends come and go, but the foodie documentary boom shows no signs of going bust. It’s a genre niche so popular and prolific it’s sprouted niches of its own: the food competition doc (Kings of Pastry, Barista, Somm), the mission-driven food doc (Food, Inc.), the chef profile (I Like Killing Flies, Jiro Dreams of Sushi, Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent), the food-and-travel porn sandwich (Chef’s Table, Somebody Feed Phil, Ugly Delicious, all on Netflix)..."

Review: The Elegant but Irreverent Southern Fare of Colleen's Kitchen
Mueller's food scene gets elevated
Food Story  April 12, 2018, by Melanie Haupt
"...Colleen was obviously a lively woman with eclectic-yet-classy taste. This sassy Southern ethos is reflected on the menu as well, which speaks both to genteel ladies who lunch and folks who love a spirited dinner at a groaning table laden with modern comfort food...."

A Good Time to Be Lawrence Wright
With new book God Save Texas, The Looming Tower series on Hulu, and his play Cleo at the Alley, Lawrence Wright is the man of the moment
Arts Story  April 12, 2018, by Elizabeth Banicki
"...In the dimly lit comfort of the indoors, we ordered wine and food. Recovered from the outdoor assault, I noted how he seemed to close in now that there were people around – not uncomfortable, just a little less open..."

Calling All Queso Enthusiasts: Quesoff and Hot Luck Fest
Celebrate melted cheese and compete to win Best Queso in Austin
DAILY Food  April 10, 2018, by Jessi Cape
"...Queso is an ultimate comfort food and people have very specific concepts of what it should be. Maybe you’re hellbent on the South Texas Velveeta and Ro-tel tradition or maybe it’s queso flameado served flambé with tortillas that cures your raging hangover...."

Review: ManinPasta
Italian food crafted with love just down the road from the Broken Spoke
Food Story  April 5, 2018, by Jessi Cape
"...Late last year, ManinPasta's owner, Davide Careri, who hails from Sicily, opened a new Italian restaurant on South Lamar down the road from Broken Spoke. The food is clearly legit, but that's not what makes it delicious..."

Austin's Fareground Food Court Has Something for Every Palate
Downtown's first food hall includes local favorites Dai Due, Easy Tiger, Contigo, and more
Food Story  March 29, 2018, by Jessi Cape
"...Downtown's newest buzz space is Fareground, an upscale adult version of a teenage hang zone at the mall food court. No, Sbarro Pizza isn't one of the vendors, but these six concepts from some of Austin's brightest names in food will have you making plans with your friends all the same..."

Review: Yoshi Ramen and Veggie Heaven
Chef Stacy Chen is the bandleader of two distinctly tasty Asian restaurants
Food Story  March 22, 2018, by Jessi Cape
"...There's something remarkable about food so tasty, so filling, so warm that it becomes a craving even on days when our local climate suggests we're being cooked in a convection oven. Such is ramen, Japan's solution to humans' insatiable desire for comfort..."

30 Restaurants to Try in Downtown Austin
Eat some good food while you’re in town
Food Story  March 14, 2018, by Acacia Coronado
"...SXSW: Emotions are high, patience is low, and food lines are long. It's easy to give up on finding reasonable meals while darting between rideshares and film screenings, but do yourself a favor and skip the greasy pizza slices and flat beer..."

Five Austin Chefs Reveal Their Favorite Foods to Start the Day
Who says you can't have ice cream and french fries for breakfast?
Food Story  March 8, 2018, by Dan Gentile
"..."I always thought it was a weird thing. I thought it was because we just didn't have any food, we're just mixing hot dogs with eggs."..."

Hunan Restaurant
There’s a spot at a North Lamar mini-mall serving excellent jajangmyeon
Food Column  March 1, 2018, by Emily Beyda
"...The place is lit with a serene brightness that I found strangely comforting, reminiscent of a suburban ballet studio with its shiny pearl wallpaper and wall of mirrors. Everything is clean and cheerfully no-nonsense, a reflection of their approach to Korean-style Chinese comfort food..."

Essential Food for Chinese New Year in Austin
Top-notch dishes to ring in the Year of the Dog
DAILY Food  February 15, 2018, by Mae Hamilton
"...Traditionally prepared in a bamboo steamer over a boiling hot wok and garnished with a single jujube in the center, rice cakes are a sugary way to end a celebration meal. During the festivities, it’s important to not eat the usual fodder like rice porridge, yams, pickled vegetables, or any other foods associated with everyday life..."

OUTsider Festival’s Best Bets and Bites
What to see and where to eat, drink, and hang out to refuel or refresh
DAILY Qmmunity  February 14, 2018, by Beth Sullivan, Mikaila Rushing and Sarah Marloff
"...Honestly, y’all probably already know and love this one, but if we’re recommending places, it’s got to be on the list. This Italian food truck sitting just outside the Vortex is the perfect place to grab an amazing meal without having to miss any of the action..."

ICYMI: Chez Nous
French bistro offers comfort, romance, and wonderful food
Food Column  February 8, 2018, by Jessi Cape
"...Boasting one of the best dinner prix fixe menus in town, a cool $34.50 will land you appetizer choices like salade lyonnaise or pâté maison, entrées such as saumon au beurre blanc or house-made lamb sausage with apricot, and a choice of desserts including mousse au chocolat and creme brûlée. Lunch offers a great chance to take a midday break with seafood crepes and salad verte, featuring a light and crisp Champagne vinaigrette..."

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