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  1. In-N-Out Plans Another Austin Location Near I-35 And ParmerRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | Eater

    Cultishly loved California chain In-N-Out Burger is not messing around when it comes to the Austin market. City records indicate a third Austin location is in the works at 12425 North IH-35, near Parmer Lane.

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  2. Houston's Liberty Kitchen Oyster Bar is Now Open in ClarksvilleRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | Eater

    The Austin location of Liberty Kitchen , the Houston-based seafood and oyster bar, is now open in the Pressler apartment complex in Clarksville. The Austin restaurant has been in the works since it was announced in the fall of 2012 .

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  3. Where to Enjoy Juleps on Derby Day in AustinRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | Eater

    Tomorrow is the Kentucky Derby, which means it's time to dust off those fancy hats and drink juleps while cheering on amusingly named horses. Celebrate the sport's fastest event at these parties and bars in Austin, including the Derby in the City festival, Drink.Well's annual party, DIY hats at Black Sheep Lodge, and more.

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  4. Craft Brewery Hops & Grain's New Coffee Shop Hours Begin May 1Read the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | Eater

    East Austin brewery Hops & Grain's new coffee shop hours start tomorrow, Friday, May 1, according to Austin360 . "I want Hops & Grain to become a lifestyle brand available all year-round, 7 days a week," owner Josh Hare told the publication.

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  5. Home-Grown Burger Chain P. Terry's Will Expand to Fourteen LocationsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | Eater

    Beloved Austin burger chain P. Terry's has grown from a single, scrappy location at Barton Springs and South Lamar to ten stores stretched across the city. And owner Patrick Terry isn't done, either: stores eleven, twelve, thirteen, and fourteen are all in the works.

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  6. 30 Essential Patios for Outdoor Drinking & Eating in AustinRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Eater

    Spring is the perfect time to enjoy Austin's sunny weather, before the summer heat takes over. Eater asked readers to share their favorite patios .

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  7. Dallas-Based Twisted Root Burger Takes a Second Crack at AustinRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Eater

    Build-your-own burger joint Twisted Root Burger is now open at 7211 Burnet Road, which was formerly the home of a Hill-Bert's. This is the chain's second outing in the Austin market: the restaurant briefly operated a location near campus, which shuttered within months of opening.

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  8. 28 Thai-Inspired Cocktails to Enjoy Across The CountryRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Eater

    Across the nation, dozens of restaurants and bars are serving drinks with a Thai twist, from high-profile, chef-driven eateries to top flight cocktail bars. Below, take a look to see who is playing up Thai chili, kaffir lime and lemongrass Location: 3106 Guadalupe Street, Austin, TX Bartender: Allison Greene Drink: A Million Little Fibers A Million Little Fibers at Blackbird and Henry is made with Pisco Porton, Paula's Texas Orange liqueur, lime juice, Bad Dog Fire and Damnation Bitters, plus a house-made tamarind syrup with a dash of yellow curry powder.

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  9. Shake Shack Makes Its Long-Anticipated Austin Debut on May 5Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Eater

    Shake Shack, Danny Meyer's super-popular burger franchise , is making its Texas debut in Austin on Tuesday, May 5. It is set to open at 11 a.m. in the Lamar Union complex at 1100 South Lamar Boulevard, Suite 2100. Along with the usual burgers, fries, and custards are Austin-exclusive items.

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  10. Seven-Year-Old New Zealander is Aaron Franklin's Biggest FanRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 28 | Eater

    Well, this is delightful: a seven-year-old girl named Sofia sent Aaron Franklin a handwritten fan letter all the way from New Zealand. Her father owns Franklin's new book and has apparently been obsessively smoking meats since, Sofia writes, "We had to eat it every night."

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  11. Austin Seeks Full-Time EditorRead the original story

    Monday Apr 27 | Eater

    Effective immediately, Eater Austin is on the hunt for a full-time editor to join the team. The fantastic Meghan McCarron's transitioning into the new role of associate features editor for Eater.com after two years covering all things Austin, which means her position is now open.

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  12. Beloved Cured Meat Specialist Melvin's Deli Comfort ShuttersRead the original story

    Monday Apr 27 | Eater

    Popular North Loop food trailer Melvin's Deli Comfort has shuttered, according to The Statesman . Their pastrami was a favorite of critic Matthew Odam as well as many other Austinites, and the owners plan to return in a brick and mortar restaurant space.

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  13. Something For The Weekend: What to Do Besides Austin Food & WineRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Eater

    The Austin Food & Wine Festival is this weekend's mega food-event, but there's plenty of other fun options. Here's some other great food and drink-related events this weekend, for those looking to get goofy with beer or check out a new brunch spot.

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  14. Wake Up With 18 Stellar Breakfast Sandwiches In AustinRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Eater

    Although breakfast tacos are always there for Austinites, breakfast sandwiches are just as satisfying for any morning meal or hangover needs. includes St. Philip's bakeshop choices, Republic of Sandwiches' expert take, and egg-filled tea sandwiches from Toaster.

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  15. Detroit Pizza Heaven Via 313 Opens April 29 in Oak HillRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Eater

    It's official: Via 313's pizzeria will open on Wednesday, April 29. The long-awaited brick and mortar restaurant will launch dinner service in Oak Hill according to a press release, with an expanded menu and, most importantly, booze. In addition to their beloved square-shaped pies, the brothers Hunt will serve Austin's very first taste of bar pie, a round, thin-crust pizza.

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  16. Austin Invented The Taco Cannon, Not OmahaRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | Eater

    Alert, alert: Fun Fun Fun Fest wants the world to know they invented the taco cannon, and they've made a dedicated Twitter account to prove it. The Austin-based music festival's claim is threatened by Omaha's Voodoo Taco, who partnered with the University of Nebraska-Omaha to unleash a taco cannon in their spankin' new arena.

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  17. Four Key Facts About Fino and Cantine from Texas MonthlyRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | Eater

    The closing of Fino , the deep-rooted West Campus restaurant, on April 19 was a sad one for Austinites who frequented the Mediterranean-inspired place, including Texas Monthly 's Pat Sharpe. She spoke to co-owners Lisa and Emmett Fox about the end of Fino, as well as their new project Cantine, an Italian cafe and bar that's set to open in May in the Lamar Union complex.

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  18. The Austin Al Fresco Heatmap: Where to Eat Outside NOWRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | Eater

    It's the brief time of the year when Austinites can bear being outside without fear of sweat stains. Take advantage of the spring weather by partaking in food and drinks at the city's patios and outdoor spaces that have been open or revamped within a year or less.

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  19. Zach Morris is Giving Away Free Shakes at Whole Foods For Earth DayRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Eater

    As is traditional, Austin will celebrate Earth Day with fad diets and 90's nostalgia. Mark-Paul Gosselaar, better known as Zach Morris on Saved By The Bell , will hand out free Onnit shakes from a truck parked outside Whole Foods from 11 A.M. - 12 P.M. today.

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  20. More Details on Brunch-Loving Snooze's Austin ExpansionRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Eater

    Snooze, the brunch-only Denver-based chain, is set to expand into Austin by the end of this year. It's the first restaurant announced as part of the Lamar Central mixed-use development on 3800 North Lamar.

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