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New Hutto HEB Will Feature 24-Hour Whataburger Drive-Thru

Fulfilling all of those grocery and burger needs Two beloved Texas food companies are uniting again: Whataburger is opening an all-hours drive-thru as part of HEB's new location out in Hutto, as first reported by Austin 360. Aside from...Show More Summary

Collide ATX Welcomes Boca Food Truck as First Guest Chefs

Opening with Spanish-inspired cuisine Owner Bridget Dunlap closed Burn Pizza + Bar last month to make way for Collide ATX, a eatery, drinking den, arts space, and performance venue, slated to open Wednesday, February 1. The creativeShow More Summary

Warm Up With 14 Bowls of Chili in Austin

So meaty Chilly temperatures means it’s time to heat up with bowls of the Texas state dish: chili. It’s meaty, warming, filling, and even full of vegetables at times; what more could you want from a meal? The map spans from old school styles of Texas Parlour Chili to revised ones like Frank’s vegan chili. Show More Summary

Dragonbeard Kitchen Brings Asian-Texas Fusion Fare to Northeast Austin

From Fresh off the Truck Asian-Texas fusion food truck Fresh Off the Truck is opening its own brick and mortar restaurant this year. Find Dragonbeard Kitchen within the Walnut Creek Business Park. It’s soft open right now until Saturday,...Show More Summary

Jacoby’s Launches Burger-Filled Food Truck

Patties topped with queso, mole, pimento cheese, and more Everyone loves the burgers from Jacoby’s, made with fresh beef straight from the family farm out in Melvin, Texas. Now there’s a second place to grab a patty thanks to the newly-launched...Show More Summary

Here Is Austin Food & Wine Festival 2016's Chef Lineup

Tastings, fire pits, tacos, and more Austin Food & Wine Festival returns to the city, after last year’s weather-related cancellation, in late April. It comes back with the usual suspects and events. Read on for the full lineup. Additional...Show More Summary

New Austin Restaurant Openings: Kemuri, Kuneho, Chi’lantro

Paul Qui’s return, Ramen Tatsu-ya spin-off, and more Holly — The team behind the ever-popular Ramen Tatsu-ya opened the doors at Kemuri in early January. The Texas-influenced izakaya is centered on smoked meats, sharable dishes, and seasonal specials. Show More Summary

Strange Brew Is Actually Closed Now

Despite promising to reopen The doors to Strange Brew, South Austin’s 24/7 coffee shop and music venue, were locked last week because of missed rent payments. It seems it’ll stay that way. Despite the promise that it would reopen the...Show More Summary

How to Celebrate Chinese New Year 2017 in Austin

Welcome to the Year of the Rooster Chinese New Year starts on January 28, marking the Lunar New Year. Auspicious dishes steeped in tradition are often the crux of the worldwide celebrations. Commemorate the Year of the Rooster in Austin...Show More Summary

A Bunch of Austin Restaurants Are Donating Inauguration Day Profits

Money raised will be helping non-profits and charities across Texas Donald Trump is set to become America's next president this Friday, January 20. To commemorate the uncertain occasion, Austin restaurants and bars are observing the day by donating sales to nonprofits, collecting goods, and offering up a lot of drinks. Show More Summary

Step Inside Spicewood’s Inviting New Pizzeria

Apis’ spin-off Pizzeria Sorellina opens today Apis Restaurant and Apiary’s new on-site Pizzeria Sorellina is opening on Wednesday, January 18 along Highway 71. The casual spot brought forth by chef-owner Taylor Hall and chef Adam Brick...Show More Summary

Torchy’s Tacos’ Test Kitchen, Alamo Drafthouse’s McDonald’s-Inspired Menu, and More A.M. Intel

The latest eight restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — Torchy's Tacos is introducing a limited test kitchen at Mueller and Spicewood, where the taco chain will experiment with new tacos, and other dishes. This includes a new queso with chorizo, hot dog taco, and catfish taco. Show More Summary

Former Moloko Bar Partner Attacks DJ With a Sword

Charlie Valentine is no longer part of the bar Last week, former Moloko Bar managing partner Charlie Valentine attacked someone with a Japanese sword and stabbed him with a dagger on Friday, January 13. While the victim, Miguel Angel...Show More Summary

31 Healthy Restaurants That Won't Make You Hate Life

It's good for ya After a few weeks of overeating and indulging in treats, it’s time for truly healthy meals. Keep your eyes and stomachs aimed on hearty grain bowls with roasted vegetables and hummus, salads chock-full of fresh produce, and post-workout juices that energize and detoxify. Show More Summary

Swift’s Attic’s Team Is Opening a New Seafood Restaurant

Guild comes to North Lamar Welcome seafood to Rosedale, courtesy of the restaurant group behind Swift’s Attic and Wu Chow. The Chameleon Group announced the name and focus of its third restaurant outside of the downtown Austin area: Guild, which is set to open sometime this summer. Look out for a raw bar when Guild debuts. Show More Summary

Football Barbecue Bet, San Antonio Spurs Cereal, and More A.M. Intel

The latest ten restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — Football food bets: Texas governor Greg Abbott owes the governor of Massachusetts Charlie Baker a whole bunch of unspecified barbecue after the New England Patriots beat the Houston Texans in the playoffs this weekend. Show More Summary

Garbo’s Adds Soft Serve Ice Cream Trailer

Find Connor's Creamery outside the restaurant Heidi Garbo, owner of Garbo’s Fresh Maine Lobster, launched Connor's Creamery, a soft serve food truck, now parked outside of the restaurant. Named after her 10-year-old son, the truck makes...Show More Summary

Self-Proclaimed 'Greatest Drinkery on Earth' Coming to Rainey Street

Carnival-themed Unbarlievable promises whimsy, silliness, and fun The hundred-plus-year-old bungalow at 76 Rainey Street is transforming into the circus-inspired bar Unbarlievable. According to its Facebook page, the high-energy spot...Show More Summary

Strange Brew’s Lock-Out, Pinthouse Pizza’s Crowlers, and More A.M. Intel

The latest 17 restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — South Austin coffee shop Strange Brew was suddenly closed yesterday without any notice to its staffers or customers. Chronicle discovered that there was a notice on the door...Show More Summary

A Guide to Eating and Drinking in Downtown Austin

Barbecue, coffee, cocktails, and more The epicenter of Austin is its downtown area. It’s where the stately Capitol building resides, marking the city’s political hub (it is the capital, after all), where office workers congregate during...Show More Summary

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