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Austin Food News

This week in food: National Doughnut Day & a Dr. Seuss-inspired burger

By Layne Lynch

Summer is here and our restaurants are responding accordingly. The approach of a new season often inspires new menus, grand openings and a slew of exciting changes throughout the culinary scene &md ...

Austin Food News

This week in food: Frozen beer debuts at Sway, plus 2 hot summer openings

By Layne Lynch

Last week Austinites witnessed the closing of two beloved spaces — Paggi House and Garrido's — but this week we find refuge in three new restaurant announcements. Read more to ...

Hot Dog Talk

Between the bun: 5 picks for the perfect summertime hot dog

By Veronica Meewes

With a patriotic start and backyard barbecues galore, it is only fitting that July is National Hot Dog Month. Although, with as many possibilities as there are for toppings and accompaniments, ther ...

A Spoonful of Salt & Time

Salt & Time talks the new brick-and-mortar shop and roots of butchery

By Layne Lynch

For several years, Salt & Time has sold their charcuterie, salami and bacon selections exclusively at farmers markets around town. In early February, the artisanal company finally opened its lo ...

Popup party

Up close with the tools of the modern gentleman: Tool & Tack's successful popup shop

By Jessica Pages

Saturday night, the Tool and Tack Popup Shop commandeered The grayDUCK Gallery to host a wonderful collaboration between Portland's Wood and Faulk, Forage bow ties and ...


Tool & Tack: Austin and Portland collaborate to make 'the modern gentleman'

By Jackie Rangel

Dapper, yet rugged. Refined, yet down to earth. While the definition of a ‘modern gentleman’ is at best a moving target (minus Ryan Gosling, obviously), an upcoming event coordinate ...

sweet sweet meat

Salt & Time: Austin's local butchery scene heads to the national stage, adds all meat CSA box

By Pal Moore

It seems that everywhere you turn in American cities these days, you’re constantly reminded that the food world is rejecting mass production, choosing instead to resurrect the artisanal metho ...

a healthy obsession

The two behind Canoe: It's called "heritage" for a reason

By Lauren Carlson

For a city as hip as Austin, there are few options when it comes to vintage clothing. There are a handful of boutiques up and down South Congress, as well as a few little gems up north, but many ar ...

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