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Picnik Austin

1700 S. Lamar Ste. 400-B, 512/293-6118
This trailer-in-a-box caters to customers with dietary restrictions and dedication to modern ancestral cuisine as the most recent example of the local embrace of conscientious eating habits. You'll find paleo, primal, gluten-free, grain-free, and healthy foods that are locally-sourced and organic. We feel better already.
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Chronicle Reviews

Review: Picnik

Paleo-friendly concept is virtuous but not holier-than-thou

Brandon Watson, November 23, 2016

A Picnik Fit for the Primal Diners of the Future

South Austin's new healthy-eating trailer

Jessi Cape, August 15, 2013

Articles

Austin’s Best Locally Baked Thanksgiving Pies

Keep your eyes on the pies

Jessika Roth, Nov. 21, 2019

Holiday Dining Doesn't Have to Be All Stomach Cramps and Anaphylaxis

Picnik’s edible philosophies

Veronica Meewes, Dec. 13, 2018

It Takes a Village to Eat Safely With Food Allergies

Local restaurants adapt to the growing number of Americans with food allergies

Melanie Haupt, Feb. 1, 2018

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