Anticipated Austin restaurant openings top the week's most popular stories
Editor's note: High profile restaurant openings and Top Texans lead this round of top stories. Read on for more of the week's most popular headlines.
1. Austin restaurant institution to reopen after months-long closure. In a time when it seems that no Austin restaurant is safe from shuttering, one culinary institution is back in action. Hudson's on the Bend will reopen by the end of October with a revitalized menu that pays homage to old favorites, says owner Billy Caruso.
2. Local tech leader disrupts U.S. healthcare industry for the better. A serial entrepreneur with a passion for healthcare innovation, Jason Bornhorst, 30, is one of Texas’ top tech movers and shakers. He's also one of our inaugural Top Texans Under 30 winners.
3. Austin’s Bumble founder transforms more than online dating for women. Another Top Texans Under 30 winner, Whitney Wolfe struck out on her own to create Bumble, which puts women in the driver’s seat when it comes to finding that perfect someone.
4. Popular Bee Cave restaurant opens new location in the heart of Austin. Bee Cave institution Café Blue will soon debut downtown. The 15-year-old seafood restaurant announced plans to open an outpost near the Austin Convention Center this fall.
5. Austin's first vegan gastropub finally opens its doors. After a year-and-a-half wait, Austin's first vegan gastropub is cooking. The Beer Plant, at 3110 Windsor Rd., marries craft beer, wine, and cocktails with a 100 percent plant-based menu.