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  1. Filipino Pop-Up, Antonelli's Pig Crawl, Odd Duck's Next Beer DinnerRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Eater

    The SALO Project, the migrating Filipino pop-up feast that's making its way across the country, comes to Austin this Wednesday, January 28. Tickets to the five-course dinner are $50. [EaterWire] CHARCUTERIE WIRE - Antonelli's Cheese Shop is celebrating their five-year anniversary on February 11 with a slew of events.

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  2. Ten Moments That Transformed Austin's Dining SceneRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Eater

    Austin's booming restaurant culture regularly makes national headlines, buoyed by a city mad for barbecue, Tex Mex, and the next new thing. What gave rise to this alchemy of tradition and innovation? Melanie Haupt, the author of Historic Austin Restaurants , breaks down the essential moments in the city's dining evolution.

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  3. Indie Beer And Music Celebration Untapped Festival Hits AustinRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Eater

    Two of Austin's greatest obsessions, indie music and craft beer, will get top billing when a Dallas-based festival hits town later this spring. The Untapped Festival will bring 65 brewers and headliners like Manchester Orchestra, Phosphorescent, Black Joe Lewis and Jean Grae to Carson Creek Ranch on April 18. In addition to showcasing Austin's homegrown brewing talent, the festival promises to bring in beers from breweries not normally distributed in Austin, according to a press release.

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  4. Where to Eat on Super Bowl Sunday in AustinRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Eater

    Super Bowl Sunday is next weekend, and Austin's restaurants and bars are gearing up to watch the New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks. There's a place for everyone seeking out Super Bowl food, drinks and snacks, from drinking for a good cause at FadA3 Irish Pub, wings from East Side King, a projection of the game at Due Forni, or ordering pick-up barbecue from Franklin and La Barbecue.

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  5. 's Very First Classics Week Starts Right NowRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Eater

    Welcome to the inaugural Classics Week, kicking off right this very minute. For the next week until, say, 5 p.m. on Friday, Eater Austin will be your one-stop shop for everything nostalgic, historic, and long-lived in the restaurant world.

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  6. 25 Classic Restaurants Every Austinite Must TryRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Eater

    To kick off Classics Week 2015, it's time to update Eater's map of historic Austin restaurants worth checking out. Ranging from 19th century institution Scholz Garten, founded in 1866, to handful of early 80's classics, here's where to experience the roots of Austin's current culinary explosion.

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  7. Jimmy Kimmel's Team Bought Terry Black's Barbecue for SXSW MeetingRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Eater

    Jimmy Kimmel and his late-night team bought lunch from Terry Black's Barbecue for their first SXSW meeting with host venue the Long Center, according to a tweet by the space . Earlier this month, Jimmy Kimmel Live! announced the show would return to SXSW for live tapings from March 16-20.

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  8. New Food Trailer Down Home Diner Brings Burgers to North LoopRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Eater

    Down Home Diner is a new trailer that popped up in Hyde Park this month, featuring what they describe as "down home" food . The menu includes burgers and hot dogs named after Texas cities and Austin neighborhoods, like the Amarillo, with green chilies, pepper jack cheese, salsa verde, and barbecue sauce; and the Blanco dog, with peach salsa and crystal mayonnaise.

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  9. Citywide 86'd 2015 Competitions Announced with Qui, St. Philip, Lenoir, and MoreRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Eater

    Citywide 86'd, Austin's own Chopped -inspired cooking competition where restaurant teams create three-course meals with on-the-spot ingredients, returns in February. The preliminary round features LaV, Parkside Projects, Qui, and Scarlet Rabbit/Greenhouse Craft Foods, on Saturday, February 7. This year, only one restaurant is allowed to represent a group, which explains why St. Philip is competing and Uchi and Uchiko aren't.

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  10. Kolache Wizards Kerlin BBQ to Sell Barbecue on Fridays OnlyRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Eater

    The East Side barbecue trailer Kerlin BBQ announced that they will only sell barbecue once a week on Fridays, so they can focus on their homemade kolaches, according to their Facebook page . Their inventive Texan pastries will be available from 9am-2pm on Wednesdays to Sundays.

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  11. What Makes Up the Typical Austin Diner; Chronicle's First Plates Event Lineup; MoreRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Eater

    Zagat took a look at what they call "The State of American Dining in 2015" by conducting a survey on the habits of diners across the country. According to the analysis, the typical Austin restaurant patron is someone who really loves bacon and timely bread, Instagramming, and tipping generously.

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  12. Austin Food & Wine Festival 2015 Line Up Announced with Lots of Local NamesRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Eater

    The initial lineup for the Austin Food and Wine Festival was announced today. Expect familiar Austin chefs to appear, like Paul Qui, Bryce Gilmore, Erica Waksmunski, and plenty more.

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  13. New American Vox Table to Open Late February, Now Hiring All PositionsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Eater

    Vox Table, one of the new restaurants set for Lamar Union , will open in late February, according to the job listing posted on Indeed . Run by chef Joe Anguiano, from Eleven Plates and Wine, and owner Vincent Manguino, the restaurant will focus on American fare with Spanish and French touches.

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  14. Let Jimmy Kimmel & Matthew McConaughey Film Your Small Austin Business CommercialRead the original story

    Friday Jan 16 | Eater

    Late night host Jimmy Kimmel put the word out on Twitter that he and local megastar Matthew McConaughey are looking to shoot a commercial for a local Austin business. Presumably, Austin restaurants, bars, and food trucks fall under this umbrella.

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  15. Farm-Friendly Jack Allen's Kitchen Westlake Opening in AprilRead the original story

    Friday Jan 16 | Eater

    Jack Allen's Kitchen's Westlake location is on track to open this April, according to Community Impact . Managing partner Tom Kamm told the newspaper that the Westlake restaurant will be the only one with a wood-burning oven.

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  16. Where Austin Restaurants Should Expand Next, According to Eater ReadersRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Eater

    Some of Austin's biggest openings are simple expansions, from Noble Sandwich Co. central to Ramen Tatsu-Ya South Lamar .

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  17. Empire-Building ELM Group Adds Four Seasons Alum as Service DirectorRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Eater

    The ever-expanding ELM Group hired a new service director today: Mark Devin Sayre. Previously the Four Seasons' beverage director, Sayre's goal with the restaurant group is to overlook all aspects of service.

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  18. Ranch-Direct Gourmet Burger Restaurant Stampedes Into Round RockRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Eater

    Could stuffed burgers help preserve Texas's ranching heritage? That's the bet made by grass-fed beef delivery service Svante's Ranch Direct, who also operate the Svante's Stuffed Burgers truck roving Austin. Next up is a restaurant in Round Rock, which is currently hiring .

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  19. The Eater Austin Beer Heatmap, January '15Read the original story

    Wednesday Jan 14 | Eater

    Austin takes its beer very seriously, and the ever-growing bar and restaurant scene reflects that obsession. Here's an updated take on the new places that offer the best beers, from Dai Due 's Texas-only list, the coffee and beer combination cafe Stouthaus , and North by North West 's South Austin expansion.

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  20. Committed Carnivores Salt & Time Create a 'Cricket Studded Mortadella'Read the original story

    Wednesday Jan 14 | Eater

    A sustainable and novel protein, bugs are unsurprisingly popping up on Austin menus as specials and stunts. One driving force is local company Little Herds, who are spearheading the edible insect movement.

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