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Star Chef's Newest Venture

Take a look Austin star chef Shawn Cirkiel's newest venture: Chavez

By Meredith Bethune

Chef Shawn Cirkiel feels extremely lucky to be opening his new restaurant, Chavez, in the Radisson Hotel & Suites this Saturday. In fact, he calls the location at the corner of East Cesar Chave ...


Traveling Fare

New Austin restaurant Goodall's brings 'sub-urban' buzz to simply good food

By Layne Lynch

The final details surrounding Hotel Ella and its new restaurant, Goodall's, have been piecing together over the last few weeks; the well-designed, locally sourced restaurant is set to open any ...


Take It Away

Snap Kitchen sets its sights on Dallas for healthy expansion

By Teresa Gubbins

Austin-based Snap Kitchen, another player in the My Fit Foods realm that sells pre-packaged, healthy to-go meals packaged in disposable plastic containers, is eyeing Dallas for expansion. Snap plan ...


love it or hate it

A cultural catch-22: The battle between growth in Austin and maintaining identity

By Caitlin M. Ryan

National attention is often coupled with a grimace in Austin. "Oooh, I hope this doesn't ruin us," many hear themselves say as they read that Austin has topped yet another " ...


délicieux

Épicerie Café & Grocery brings French-Louisiana fare, artisan goods to Rosedale

By Layne Lynch

In late December, épicerie Café & Grocery, a casual, counter service café and artisan grocery, opened on Hancock Drive in Rosedale. The cozy French-Louisiana-inspired c ...


Restaurant Opening

Sway Thai restaurant, opening Sunday, is already set to be one of Austin's top restaurants

By Jessica Dupuy

Searching for good Thai in Austin? You can find it, particularly in certain pockets of town. But finding it in the downtown area is a little more difficult. That is, until this weekend when Sway &m ...


Profiles of Innovation

From fine food to mad music, Michael Hsu leaves a balanced architectural imprint on Austin

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Michael Hsu's success as an architect doesn't come from an inkling for power; rather, it's born out of a simple predilection to do what he loves. In fact, if anything, Hsu says he felt ...


Dining Picks

Where to eat in June: Mex-Tex-Mex and a little Italian, too

By Jessica Dupuy

This June sizzles with a decidedly Mexican-inspired list of dining locales to visit, but there’s also a hint of fresh Italian cuisine to round out the pack. Fonda San Miguel Oldie But a ...


It takes a village

Pelóns, 508 and Zorro family bring new Tex-Mex flair to an old Spanish village on Red River

By Layne Lynch

For 79 years, Jaime’s Spanish Village ruled the bohemian, music-centric Red River District with its no-fuss, fancy-free Tex-Mex atmosphere, dishes and drinks. Two years ago when the iconic re ...


shaping the look of austin

Artful possibility: Don’t call Michael Parkes one of those people who "flips" houses

By Adrienne Breaux

Calling Michael Parkes' business SPEK a design/build company only begins to define its purpose; with SPEK, Michael recycles and shapes existing structures to create meaningful, genuine spaces i ...


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