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Where to Drink and Eat on a Roof in Austin

Al fresco dining from above Great sunny weather means it’s the best time to drink and eat outside before it gets too hot. Why not kick it up a notch by heading up to the roof, with food and drink at hand? Enjoy the breeze and views from the best rooftop patios Austin has to offer. Show More Summary

Republic of Sandwich Lives Again as Capitol Sandwich

Same deli dishes, new location Fans of Allandale deli spot Republic of Sandwich should rejoice. Even though shop shuttered last winter, it’s coming back, although in a different form and new name and location. Capitol Sandwich makesShow More Summary

Barley Swine Is Losing Its Chef Power Couple

Pastry genius Susana Querejazu and sous chef Bradley Nicholson are headed abroad Odd Duck and Barley Swine's inventive pastry chef Susana Querejazu and Barley Swine’s executive sous chef Bradley Nicholson are leaving Bryce Gilmore’s Austin restaurants. Show More Summary

Austin High Schools’ New Food Truck, and More A.M. Intel

The latest five restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — The Austin Independent School District added a roaming food truck, Nacho Average Food Truck, servicing high schools within the region. It dishes out internationally-inspired burgers, like one with pineapple chutney, and another with tzatziki sauce. Show More Summary

The Definitive Guide to Mueller's Aldrich Street District

12 new restaurants and bars Mueller’s Aldrich Street District — the town center district on Aldrich Street and Simond Avenue near Lake Park — has seen a recent burgeoning of new restaurants and bars, mirroring the boom in residential builds. Show More Summary

10 Hot New Pizzerias to Try in Austin

Seek out fresh pies Every season is a booming pizza one for Austin. There are pizzeria newcomers a plenty to the city. In that vein, here are Austin’s hottest new pizza spots, ranging from out-of-towners converging on the city, local...Show More Summary

Intero Will Bring Italian Fare and Chocolates to East Austin This Summer

The wave of Italian restaurants continues The contemporary, Italian-inspired Intero Ristorante taking over the iconic Bud’s motorcycle building on East Cesar Chavez Street is slated to open this July. The restaurant is the brainchild...Show More Summary

Some Jerk Stole Money From Charitable Grilled Cheese Truck Melted

The profits would’ve been donated to International Justice Mission Melted Grilled Cheese, the charitable truck that donates all of its profits to International Justice Mission launched by a high school student, was robbed this week. Between $1,500 to $2,000 was taken, according to co-operator Miller Hardin. Show More Summary

Hot Dog Expert Frank Takes Over Scholz’s Garten

Just the kitchen, though Scholz Garten, the historic beer garden in downtown Austin, is getting a menu makeover with the help of hot dog-obsessed restaurant Frank. The new food lineup will launch on Thursday, June 1. It replaces Green...Show More Summary

Stonehouse Coffee & Bar Brings New Life to Historic Landmark

Future home of Burro Cheese Kitchen, too Stonehouse Coffee & Bar debuts today, Monday, March 27, at 1105 South Lamar Boulevard reviving the previously neglected historical Dawson Stone House. The cafe will dish out a menu of coffee, tea, craft beer, pastries, gelato, and more. Show More Summary

Step Inside the Returning Legendary Fried Chicken Spot J.T. Youngblood’s

Now open J.T. Youngblood’s, the long-awaited returning fried chicken spot, finally came back to Texas this weekend. The Sunday opening in Mueller was so popular that the restaurant actually ran out of food before dinner time. To make...Show More Summary

24/7 Bar and Restaurant Heads to the Drag, and More A.M. Intel

The latest nine restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — An upcoming hotel on the Drag, Moxy, will include a 24/7 bar and restaurant. It’s set to open in 2019. — Easy Tiger's head baker David Norman shared his love of all things bread, including German ones. Show More Summary

How to Eat Pizza for Every Meal in Austin

All it takes is a little determination and a lot of slices Pizza is one of those perfect foods: the right combination of bread, tomato sauce, melty cheese, and whatever meats and vegetables a person could want. Luckily, Austin has aShow More Summary

Austin Eastciders’ New Blood Orange Cider, and More A.M. Intel

The latest eight restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — Austin Eastciders announced a brand new flavor: blood orange, made with Sicilian blood oranges, and apples, both heirloom bittersweet and American dessert. The cans will be available in stores and bars starting on Monday, April 3. Show More Summary

San Marcos Barbecue Spot Hays County Barbeque Expands With Burger Restaurant

Onion rings, smoked meats, beer, wine San Marcos barbecue joint Hays County Barbeque is getting into the burger game with a brand new restaurant. Co-owners Michael and Asenette Hernandez will open Hays County Burgers & BBQ in Martindale,...Show More Summary

17 Places to Eat Incredible Southeast Asian Food in Austin

The city's best Thai, Korean, Vietnamese and Chinese spots Southeast Asian cuisine is plentiful in Austin. There are restaurant and food trucks covering Thai, Burmese, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Malaysian, and Filipino fare, along withShow More Summary

Chronicle Says South Lamar Stunner Eberly Is Soulless

USA Today visits La Barbecue Chronicle’s food critic Brandon Watson reviewed newcomer Eberly and declared that style reigns over substance at the hot spot. The brainchild of former Stubb’s co-owners John Scott and Eddy Patterson, the...Show More Summary

Sonya Coté Is Opening a New Restaurant Outside of Waco

Sinclair will pay homage to local farmers and Texas heritage Chef Sonya Coté, chef/owner of Eden East on Springdale Farm and neighborhood bistro-deli-drinkery Hillside Farmacy, is teaming up with Curtis and Kaye Robinson Callaway to open forthcoming restaurant Sinclair in Clifton, Texas. Show More Summary

Watch: Armie Hammer Geeks Out Over Grilling With Freedmen’s

The actor and co-pitmaster grilled some steaks together During SXSW, The Social Network actor Armie Hammer hung out with Freedmen’s co-pitmaster Brad Robinson at Stunt Ranch in Hill Country. The pair decided to make steaks using a grill over a firebox in a smoker. Show More Summary

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