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  • al pastor
    Living in Austin means you can look beyond Mexican restaurants and trailers for tacos. Especially if the person calling the shots in the kitchen is from Texas. This Dallas-raised chef shows proper respect for his creation, making doughy corn tortillas like tamales with elastic pull. They may be served in a New American bar-restaurant hybrid, […]
  • HKStyleFrenchtoast
    Happy National Toast Day! Such a simple thing to celebrate, but an invention that truly changed the way we eat. (Article by Jackie Wang, republished from As we toast to toast, hit up these Austin restaurants for their own spin: 1. Crab toast at Launderette Launderette clocked in at No. 16 on our list of […]
  • Chuys
    Almost half of Texas Monthly’s annual ten best new restaurants list, released today, are Austin restaurants. There is neighborhood cafe Launderette, northern Italian Juniper, small platesVox Table, and locally-obsessed Emmer & Rye. Executive editor and food writer Patricia Sharpe described Launderette: (Article by Nadia Chaudhury, republished from “Modern Mediterranean” is a good label for 41-year-old […]
  • foxhole
    Some time ago, MJ and I stumbled upon Foxhole Culinary Tavern on one of our Target runs. We were so impressed by their delicious fare that we included it on our list of notable new openings. We’ve been back a couple of times since then, but recently got a special invite to check out their […]
  • no se austin
    I’m no stranger to Café No Sé Austin, in fact I’m a frequent visitor who has an affinity for their in house baked goods and sweets. And when a dear friend suggested we try them for lunch, I had to oblige. (Article by Shayda Torabi, republished from Café No Sé has this rustic but modern charm, […]
  • cocktail
    Of all the great things in Austin, we lacked a cool, hip place, open late, that catered to the sweeter side of life. But we don’t have to wait any longer because Nightcap opened last month in the Clarksville neighborhood. And they’re here to answer our prayers. The boozy dessert shop is bringing refinement to late […]
  • emmer&rye
    Nicolai McCrary/EATX Emmer & Rye Read on for the good and bad news on food, dim sum, and desserts. (Article by Melanie Haupt, republished from Emmer & Rye has garnered a lot of attention since it opened its doors on Rainey Street in November, from chef Kevin Fink’s emphasis on grain-forward dishes to its seasonal menu and New […]
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    Stuffed Cajun Meat Market/Facebook Stuffed Cajun Meat Market’s Mardi Gras party last year (Article by Nadia Chaudhury, republished from Mardi Gras and Fat Tuesday is just around the corner, celebrating America’s finest excuse for weekday drinking, and eating tons of cake and crawfish. Grab that king cake, and hit up these restaurant and bar events […]
  • romantic-dinner
    Well, it’s that time of year again that all restaurants love: Valentine’s Day. Since the holiday falls on a Sunday this year, rest assured that many restaurants will have official celebrations on both days, Saturday and Sunday. (Article by Rob Balon, republished from ) Following is a list of restaurants that are not only delicious […]
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    From the January 2016 edition of Reserve, a Bloomberg Brief publication. (Article by Peter Elliot, republished from The main ingredient in Austin’s recipe for delicious restaurants is old-fashioned cash. Its long streets are boiling with speculative capital that’s going into everything from tech and health, to media, music and food. Happy Hour at Hillside Farmacy in East […]