This Week’s Top Stories

Popular Austin restaurant changes concept and more of the week’s top stories

Popular Austin restaurant changes concept and more top stories

St. Philip Pizza and Wine
St. Philip changed its name after announcing the closing of its bakery. St. Philip/Facebook
Austin skyline downtown at night
A new study from LawnStarter shows just how big Austin will be in 2020. Texas Wide Open for Business/Facebook
Lost Maples State Park in Texas
Hipcamp allows you to search available campsites in state and national parks as well as privately owned land. Photo by Bruce Lemmons/Panoramio
Santorini Cafe
Hidden gem Santorini Cafe serves traditional Greek food in a cozy environment. Photo by Veronica Meewes
Austin City Limits Festival ACL 2014 Weekend One Day Three Shirin Ravandi Carly Stripling Ranjani Panda Neli Sabour Noura Moayyad
Get ready for the music event of the season — ACL Music Fest is October 2-4 and October 9-11. Photo by Shelley Neuman
St. Philip Pizza and Wine
Austin skyline downtown at night
Lost Maples State Park in Texas
Santorini Cafe
Austin City Limits Festival ACL 2014 Weekend One Day Three Shirin Ravandi Carly Stripling Ranjani Panda Neli Sabour Noura Moayyad

Editor's note: St. Philip shifts its focus and new report detailing what Austin will look like in 2020 lead this round of top stories. Read on for the rest of the week's most popular headlines. 

1. Popular South Austin eatery ditches bakery, narrows concept, and changes its name.

2. What will Austin look like in five years? New report details the city’s rapid growth projection.

3. Explore Austin’s backyard with innovate ‘Airbnb of camping’ service.

4. This hidden Greek cafe turns out authentic Mediterranean specialties in North Austin.

5. See and be seen: 13 of the season’s hottest events in Austin.