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Gypsy Grove Foods ' Blaze Callahan pins to the Pinterest a number of late-night and 24-hour dining options in Austin, including: Trudy's , Frank , 24 Diner and Bennu . Comment?
The Dojo , Austin's first proper izakaya - a Japanese pub, recognizable by the red lanterns hanging outside their doorways - is tentatively set to open this July in the former Tokyo Steakhouse space at Highway 183 and Burnet Road. Comment?
Perhaps it's that pesky word "greasy" in " greasy spoon " that keeps the small, cheap, diner-style restaurants of the world from getting the respect they deserve. Comment?
Olivia executive chef James Holmes and chef de cuisine Maximillian Petty will kick off their summer dinner series on Thursday, June 20th, with a "Whole Beast" dinner. Comment?
The Austin Chronicle has ditched its annual restaurant poll in favor of just straight up telling readers which restaurants are the city's best bets, rather than risking another victory for Pluckers Wing Bar as readers' pick for "Best American" restaurant. Comment?
"Once a culinary backwater," Austin is now home to restaurants where the design is as high-minded as the food, writes Rachel Feit at the Austin Chronicle . Comment?
Looking to buy three full-service restaurants in Austin for just $2,700,000 ? An unnamed trio of eateries, "all under a single trade name" are on the market if you're looking to own a " Well established Austin Icon with name recognition, well placed locations, loyal customer following , competitive occupancy costs and solid cash-flows." Comment?
Mettle , the "east side bistro" from entrepreneur Bridget "Queen of Rainey Street" Dunlap, with Olivia veteran chef Andrew Francisco in the kitchen, opened last week with a medley of a menu that includes fried chicken, mussels, Chinese broccoli, crab soup and more. Comment?
Don't go to the original location of the Kerbey Lane Cafe tonight unless you want to eat with one hundred Mueller residents who really want a location of the diner in their development. Comment?
Settle in and let barbecue blogger Matt "Brisket Man" Gross serenade you with a tale as old as time: the story of smoked meat. Comment?
As Matthew Odam teased via Twitter last week, the folks behind Contigo are opening a second restaurant on Sixth Street downtown. Comment?
Bloggers love free food, but Kate Thornberry really, really enjoyed this week's media dinner at The Bonneville : "every menu item I tried was perfectly cooked and memorable." Comment?
Tipsters, readers, friends and family of Eater Austin always want to know: Where should I eat right now? What are the buzziest new restaurants ? What haven't I heard of? What's everyone talking about? To answer those questions, we present our 24th edition of the Eater Austin Heatmap , welcoming three high-profile openings from chefs both imported ... (more) Comment?
Last week, Eater Austin asked readers to weigh in on the city's most underrated restaurants . Comment?
Mettle , the first Austin restaurant venture from Bridget "Queen Of Rainey Street" Dunlap is a little over four hours into its opening day at 507 Calles Street, next door to the Hops & Grain brewery. Comment?
Qui has set an opening date and it's June 20th and the menu is ridiculous and hell, just read the press announcement, we're too excited to type coherent sentences : qui is a focal point for the chef to translate his creativity into a unique dining experience for guests. Comment?
This week, Matthew Odam at the Austin American-Statesman visits Pieous , the new pizza-plus joint out in Oak Hill, while the Austin Chronicle 's Virginia B. Wood visits east side butcher shop and sandwich stop Salt & Time . Comment?
Searsucker , the first Austin venture from San Diego cheflebrity Brian Malarkey , softly opened on May 23 before hotly closing over the weekend due to a kitchen fire . Comment?
Travaasa celebrates the launch of the 10-acre Farm at Travaasa Austin on Saturday, June 15th their Travaasa Austin BBQ Bash . Comment?
Congratulations are in order for Robert Truitt , pastry chef from Ai Foiri . Truitt was named one of Food + Wine 's Best New Pastry Chefs for 2013, while Jodi Elliot of Foreign & Domestic in Austin, Texas is the winner of this year's reader-selected pastry chef award. Comment?