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  1. German-Texan Heritage SocietyRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Eater

    Even though Banger's grandiose 10-day Oktoberfest started already, it's never too late to join in on the fun, from October 2-5. Besides beer, music, sausages, and food specials, there are also strange activities, which in the past included chicken shit bingo, human foosball, and a meat raffle, so be prepared for an interesting time.

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  2. The League Kitchen & TavernRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Eater

    It's the first day of October, and besides Halloween candy and apple pies, it means it's officially Oktoberfest, the best excuse to celebrate Texas' German heritage while drinking ALL the beer. Here are the best events to do just that in Austin this month, from getting in on the fun during the tail end of Banger's 10-day celebration to NXNW's kid-friendly weekend.

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  3. Sure Why Not: CultureMap Reviews St. Philip's Soft OpeningRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Eater

    CultureMap's Houston food editor Eric Sandler files a full-fledged review of a recent dinner at St. Philip today, an odd move for a site that doesn't review restaurants and has plenty of Austin-based staff. Sandler notes it's early to draw conclusions about a restaurant not even open to the public yet, but argues the Uchi group should be "graded on a curve based on the expectations diners bring."

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  4. Pinthouse & Houndstooth Collaborate; Kickstartin' a Coffee Stand; Metier's Knife Sharpening ClassRead the original story

    Tuesday | Eater

    Pinthouse and Houndstooth collaborate on an oatmeal stout, a Brew & Brew barista is Kickstarting a coffee stand, and Todd Duplechan will teach knife sharpening. BRENTWOOD - Pinthouse Pizza & Houndstooth have teamed to create a limited edition beer, which rolls out tomorrow.

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  5. Austin Eastciders is Officially Certified to Open in East AustinRead the original story

    Tuesday | Eater

    The long-in-the-works urban cidery from Austin Eastciders passed their final city inspections today. They look pretty damn happy about it, too.

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  6. Austin City Limits And Austin Food & Wine Festival Team Up For a Texas Chef ShowcaseRead the original story

    Tuesday | Eater

    Austin chefs Jack & Bryce Gilmore, Alexis Chong, David Bull and Andrew Wiseheart join top Texas talent cooking at the mega-festival. A different Texas chef will cook every day of ACL this year as part of a partnership with the Austin Food & Wine Festival.

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  7. Former Mettle Chef Andrew Francisco Joins Gardner's Opening TeamRead the original story

    Tuesday | Eater

    One of fall's most anticipated openings, new Contigo project Gardner has attracted a great deal of local talent. Latest to join the team is former Mettle chef Andrew Francisco, who left Bridget Dunlap's burgeoning restaurant group earlier this fall .

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  8. Sign Up For The Eater Austin NewsletterRead the original story

    Monday Sep 29 | Eater

    Chock full of Austin restaurant, bar, and nightlife news, the Eater Austin Email Newsletter keeps it current five days a week with a curated selection of our top stories to delight you and yours.

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  9. Taco Trucks Are The Original Food TrailersRead the original story

    Monday Sep 29 | Eater

    The Statesman goes long on the importance of "Hispanic culture" to Austin's identity, including its restaurant scene. On food trucks: Taco trucks, once confined to poor neighborhoods or work sites, predate the explosion of food trailers that, in some ways, define contemporary Austin eating.

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  10. The Early Word on Stylish New Orleans Diner Sawyer & Co.Read the original story

    Monday Sep 29 | Eater

    The new diner in the former Arkie's space pleases early diners with their biscuits, their mid-century design, and prices. Steven Shallcross of Swoop House and restaurant designer Mickie Spencer teamed up to open a stylish new diner on East Cesar Chavez earlier this month.

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  11. Austin's 'Quirky' Dining Scene Highlighted by S.F. ChronicleRead the original story

    Monday Sep 29 | Eater

    Did you know that Austin is a city that keeps it weird? The San Francisco Chronicle's new food-focused travel guide to the town focuses on the usual quirky suspects of the Austin dining scene, from Elvis at Chuy's to brussels sprouts at East Side King.

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  12. Texas Craft Brewers Festival, Austoberfest, And Cochon 555 All Pop in AustinRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | Eater

    The last weekend in September is prime time for big outdoor food events in Austin, apparently. Get out and enjoy all the cool weather and beer the city has to offer.

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  13. St. Philip Will Serve S'mores Pancakes at BrunchRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | Eater

    Hotly anticipated Uchi project St. Philip continues to build buzz on the wilds of the internet. Zagat recaps the brunch menu , which includes a hashbrown poutine and s'mores pancakes.

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  14. Fancy Mall The Domain Gets Two More Dallas-Based RestaurantsRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | Eater

    Dallas-based Lombardi Family Concepts will open branches of their Taverna and Toulouse Cafe and Bar restaurants in the huge North Austin development. Swanky North Austin mall land The Domain will get two new restaurants from Lombardi Family Concepts, according to a recent press release.

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  15. Indian Roller Swoops Into Way South AustinRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Eater

    Way South Austin bar and entertainment complex Moontower Saloon is a certified hit , and now another homey backyard bar has popped up on the city's edge. Indian Roller is gearing up to open with Manchaca and Slaughter in what looks to be a former ranch house.

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  16. Austin Critics Visit LaV, Olamaie, and MoreRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Eater

    Odam calls LaV a fine dining game-changer, Texas Monthly gives Olamaie a glowing first look, and The Chronicle is underwhelmed by Aroma Italian Kitchen Matthew Odam gives East 7th's LaV a glowing rave this week for The Statesman . The restaurant's sophisticated wine list, well-executed Mediterranean cuisine and lush atmosphere garners a 9 out of 10. On a few choice entrees: Grilled whole black sea bass, with its flaky, charred skin enlivened by charred lemon, was a master class in Mediterranean simplicity , an accompanying tapenade of raisins, peppers and eggplant providing a sweet and earthy complement.

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  17. National Chain World of Beer Joins The Broken SpokeRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Eater

    The Tampa-based bar and restaurant chain will offer a large selection of craft beers and "scratch-made" cocktails in the development engulfing the historic honky tonk. A beer pub chain on a mega expansion tear is headed to the new development surrounding The Broken Spoke.

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  18. Six Hot New Food Trucks to Check Out This FallRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Eater

    Fall is the perfect time to check out the latest developments in Austin's ever-evolving food truck scene, including a brunch truck, churros, and two different options for pulled pork. A number of promising food trucks braved the heat to open in Austin this summer.

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  19. Patika Coffee And Wine Opens Officially Friday on South LamarRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Eater

    South Austin gets another new craft coffee shop this week. Popular downtown trailer Patika will open Patika Coffee & Wine officially on Friday, according to The Statesman .

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  20. Torchy's Plans Massive Houston ExpansionRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Eater

    The Austin-bred chain's world, or at least Texas, domination plans include five new locations in the greater Houston area. Austin-based Torchy's Tacos already operates five stores in Houston, and now they have plans to double that number.

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