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.
Wayback Burgers is planning a Leander restaurant set to open in mid-2022, according to a Sept. 20 release. The burger joint will be built in the Shops at Leander Ridge development at 3651 N. US 183, Leander. The Connecticut-based company specializes in cooked-to-order burgers and hand-dipped milkshakes. This will be...
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.
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.
Shake’s, located at 1208 Williams Drive, Georgetown, is rebranding to Frozen Flamingo with an expanded menu. Most of the menu will remain intact with the addition of beer, seltzer and frozen daiquiris. Outside seating will be added to the outside walk-up area by mid-October when the rebranding effort is also...
Tiff’s Treats is an Austin, Texas-based bakery with four Middle Tennessee locations. Its business model: Sending someone cookies is a lovely gesture, but who really has the time to bake anymore? Plus, if you start baking cookies, you just know you’ll end up eating a half-dozen yourself anyway. With this...
ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) – Parents of Grisham Middle School in Round Rock came together to fundraise over $9,000 to create an outdoor café. Parents were concerned about kids eating indoors without masks on as in-person classes resumed during Texas’ current COVID-19 outbreak. Their solution was to transform the school’s...
Dean Goodnight recalls working as a busboy at Hill's Cafe on South Congress Avenue when he was five years old. Now, even though the family recently sold the 15-acre property at 4700 South Congress Ave. and a mixed-use development is planned for the site, Goodnight's ties to the property will remain.
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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.
The development could breathe new life for the iconic restaurant and music venue.
When you’re searching for pancakes, nothing stacks up to these Round Rock restaurants. Here are the best places to get pancakes in Round Rock. We recently tried the pancakes for brunch at the Ruby Bar and they were delicious. 400 Fannin Ave, Round Rock. Cafe Java. Classic breakfast, served all...
Calling all dive bar enthusiasts! Sadly, it appears that the final last call at Austin’s beloved Dry Creek Cafe & Boat Dock is nigh. The historic and ever-rickety cash-only dive, which has peacefully sat on the backside of Austin’s Mount Bonnell since that part of town was considered the city’s outskirts, is set to shut down at the end of October. Barring a miracle, there’s a “99 percent chance” that October 31 will be the last night in business, bar manager Elly Barksdale tells Texas Monthly. “We’re surrounded by multimillion-dollar homes, and we don’t have foot traffic,” she says. “The profitability just isn’t there.”
A former Steak N' Shake location at 281 University Blvd. is set to re-emerge as a Whataburger in 2022. Renovation of the building is set to begin in November, according to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, and the site will receive a complete interior rework with all new finishes. A small portion of the building will be demolished, and an addition will be constructed. Whataburger representatives have confirmed that there is not yet a set opening date for this location. www.whataburger.com.
September 16th is Mexican Independence Day! Trudy’s is celebrating with an all-day party at their North Star and South Star locations. Chef Julian Rodarte visited with Studio 512 about the festivities and Trudy’s new look. Chef Julian says, “As part of Trudy’s Tex-Mex’s mission to protect and enhance the iconic...
Dream Bakery, located in far North Austin at 2013 Wells Branch Pkwy., Ste. 109, Austin, on Sept. 16 celebrated its fifth year of business under owner Karen Fry. The bakery specializes in custom cakes, available for order on Dream Bakery’s website. All of the bakery’s pastries are exclusively gluten free, and cakes can be made gluten free, keto friendly or conventionally. Dream Bakery also sells classic patisserie offerings, including croissants, eclairs, cupcakes, cookies and more.
This weekend, watch games, win prizes, celebrate Oktoberfest, and more with the team at Lavaca Street Bar on Rock Rose over at Domain NORTHSIDE. Cally Kartarik is here with your invitation for all the fun!. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @WeAreAustin and find us on Facebook at We Are...
Come celebrate the big 4 of Still Austin Whiskey Co. all day and night. They’ll have everything from drag queen bingo and DJ Ziggy to local artists who will be painting live and a surprise pop-up from the tasting room. After all the afternoon activities, stay for a live free...
With so much diversity and real estate options throughout the city, Austin is the perfect place to open a new business. Food trucks, especially, are on the rise as Austin grows, with many different types of food adopting the format. The Rye Bread Bar on South Congress Avenue is bringing French food and bartending to South Austin with its delicious crepes, sandwiches and drinks.
Jahmaal & Jermaine Dumes set out to make a name for themselves on the Austin food scene, and they’ve done just that. It all started with crawfish. The Beaumont natives grew up on Louisiana-style food, thanks to their family’s roots in the Pelican State. And there’s arguably nothing more Louisiana than crawfish. But when they landed in Austin for college (the brothers both attended Southwestern University in Georgetown), they had a hard time finding crawfish that was done “right,” so they took matters into their own hands. They started out doing pop-ups, brunches, Friday night fish frys, crawfish boils on Saturday and Sundays at Spinners, and other events around the city.