Traditional brunch food.Photo by Kyndall Ramirez in Austin, TX. Brunch is a big deal here in Austin, Texas, as it is in most large cities. There are also different age groups who prefer different brunches and breakfast places and styles.
Now that school is in full swing, September can be a great time for a mini ‘reset’ and to take a closer look at our health and wellness routine. Today Registered Dietitian and Author, Shelly Marie Redmond, gives us some meal and snack ideas to make good nutrition easier for the whole family.
Read the latest business and community news from the Central Texas area. The Connecticut-based company specializes in cooked-to-order burgers and hand-dipped milkshakes. A new day care, salon and bubble tea spot are coming to Southwest Austin soon, along with two other new businesses. San Marcos-Buda-Kyle. Kristy Clanton has been running...
To spread the gospel of his baking bona fides, Raymie Fuentes has been known to employ some unconventional means. After moving to town in the summer of 2020, for instance, the pastry chef briefly exchanged confections for Instagram followers at Zilker Park. Then, last June, the recent Emmer & Rye hire walked into Royal Blue Grocery on Rainey Street and declared that they should start selling slices of rainbow cake to celebrate Pride Month. Sure enough, Fuentes went to work creating a seven-layer almond variety that graced their bake case for only a couple of hours before selling out. Now, his impromptu side project can be found in all six Royal Blue locations in Austin, and he’s eyeing an expansion into other specialty stores like Central Market and Whole Foods. Craving something festive? In addition to his rotating cake slices, the chef also sells seasonal pastries like pumpkin tarts and eggnog macarons.
JuiceLand will be coming to Round Rock at 2800 S. I-35, Ste. 301, in La Frontera Village in November. The Austin-based juice, smoothie and coffee chain was founded in 2011 by Matt Shook and has since expanded to 33 locations and counting in Dallas, Austin and Houston. www.juiceland.com. Brooke Sjoberg...
As the highly infectious delta variant of the coronavirus surged this summer, Texans dug through their dresser drawers and glove compartments to find those discarded masks—or they didn’t. In the past few months, the divide between pro- and anti-maskers has become even more entrenched and political, and the emotions are playing out vociferously in the hospitality industry. Nineteen months into a pandemic, when many of us have long since resumed activities such as dining out, it’s easy to forget that restaurant and bar workers still find themselves on the front lines.
AUSTIN, Texas — Salud! A toast to a family of doers representing their culture through their American dream. As KVUE celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month, we met with the Aguilar family, who was determined to make their own path in the vodka industry. “We realized there was no representation for the...
I'm giving another shout out to Wine Belly,Tapas and Wine, the place on Oltorf that I mentioned in my "Best Breakfasts in Austin" post. You can tell by the name that wine is Wine Belly's stock in trade. It's been named one of "Top Wine Bars in the US" by Food and Wine magazine, and one of the "Top 20 Wine Bars in America" by Wine Enthusiast Magazine. Add in the amazing food, such as lobster grits, and Wine Belly has my vote. I was there for brunch on a Sunday and the ambience was as relaxing as the food was interesting and delicious. Food served at Wine Belly has Spanish and Mediterranean influences.
AUSTIN, Texas — KVUE wants to help “Keep Austin Local” by highlighting the local businesses, events and people that make Austin special. On Monday, KVUE stopped by Teal House Coffee and Bakery. The shop started in 2016 out of husband-wife duo Lance and Andy Phillip’s home. The couple started selling cinnamon rolls to their neighbors on Father’s Day weekend. Then, they scaled to a food truck. They still have a trailer, but also have a store front.
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We can all agree that National Queso Day (Sept. 20)—along with National Taco Day and National Margarita Day—should be a holiday in Austin. And what better way to celebrate than with a creamy bowl of Trudy’s loaded queso infused with hemp? The local Tex-Mex joint has teamed up with Austin-based Earlybird CBD to create a new take on their classic recipe, which traditionally comes decorated with refried beans, ground beef, avo salsa, sour cream, pickled jalapeños, and more. To enhance the queso, 5 mg of THC and 50 mg of CBD from the wellness brand’s full-spectrum tincture is added to the list of ingredients. Check out the recipe below.
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Editor’s Note: This article first appeared as part of the September 19 flipbook. Food trucks are an Austin staple and many center their menu on Hispanic cuisine. With Hispanic Heritage Month beginning on Sept. 15, The Daily Texan compiled a list of food trucks with Hispanic cuisine for pre-class bites or lunch outings with friends.