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New York, Portland, Los Angeles and Chicago can sustainably stick it: Sir Paul McCartney , along with PETA, has declared Austin the most vegan-friendly city in America. Comment?
Ramen Tatsu-Ya will be the first place in Austin to serve Hitachino White Ale from Kiuchi Brewery in Japan. Comment?
Austin's Austin-Bergstrom International Airport really aims to embody the area it serves without seeming inauthentic. Comment?
Urban development pub NextCity has some thoughts on the Casa de Luz situation down on Barton Springs, wherein the city of Austin is aiming to shut down the macrobiotic restaurant and old-school outpost of weirdness. Comment?
Take it away , Westlake High School student Christopher Bybee: " Sno Boat is a mobile marine snow cone stand on Lake Austin, serving high quality snow cones, launching in the summer of 2013 ." Bybee and two friends have launched a Kickstarter campaign to start Sno Boat , and they've already reached their funding goal. Comment?
The Austin Chronicle 's Virginia B. Wood hears that Noble Sandwich Co. is looking for a central location for a second crazy good, chef-driven sandwich shop. Comment?
After two years of zoning changes, construction, permitting and inspections, Neapolitan-style pizza joint Bufalina may finally see the light of wood-fired day on the east side. Comment?
Here's a photo of Uchi 's Tyson Cole in 2002, looking shaggy and proud in front of the building that would eventually become his flagship Austin restaurant. Comment?
The Austin outpost of Liberty Kitchen oyster bar, from the Houston-based Feed TX restaurant group , will open in 2014, and restaurateur Lee Ellis and chef Lance Fegen talk to CultureMap about their plans for Liberty, the differences between the Austin and Houston dining scenes, and how much they love future oyster neighbor-slash-competitor Clark's ... (more) Comment?
As predicted , Austin's Franklin Barbecue is Texas Monthly 's pick for best barbecue joint in the whole world - which, you know, means "in Texas," which is the whole world, basically. Comment?
We're nigh on halfway through American Craft Beer Week , and You Stay Hoppy Austin has a comprehensive roundup of local events. Comment?
How many taps at the Quickie Pickie? 27 taps at the Quickie Pickie! All the better to beer you with at the newly opened East 11th Street c-store, beer bar, snack stop, take-away and all-around neighborhood gathering place . Comment?
Texas Monthly is all atwitter about releasing its top Texas barbecue joints list. Comment?
Cheflebrity Brian Malarkey's Searsucker is prepping for the June opening, and part of that includes the installation of what appears to be a mural featuring bloody duck heads, a bloody arrow, a bloody leaf and some sausage. Comment?
The Statesman 's Matthew Odam rates upscale West Campus barbecue joint Freedmen's a 7 out of 10, as it "still finds itself looking up at the smoking bastions of barbecue greatness in Austin." He likes thoughtful sides , the cocktails - they're "sultry," "bold" and "fluffy" - and the brisket, which moves from "lean and tame to flavorful, wild and ... (more) Comment?
Chef Sonya Cot announced plans for her new Eden East at Springdale Farm back in March, and the Austin Food Lover's Companion has a shot of the leafy mural logo. Comment?
Localeur rates the jukebox at Rio Rita the best in town . Also making the list: Workhorse Bar , Deep Eddy Cabaret , Violet Crown Social Club and Barfly's . [Localeur] DOWNTOWN - Serious Eats interviews TRACE pastry chef Janina O'Leary , a Del Rio native who graduated from high school early to head to culinary school in New York City. Comment?
Blogger Peter Tsai at the Tasting Buds deems Ramen Tatsu-Ya the finest in town, surprising approximately no one. Comment?
Is national casual dining chain Pappadeaux one of the five best seafood restaurants in Austin? Zagat readers think so , along with their four other picks for the best in town: Parkside , Truluck's , Eddie V's and top pick Perla's , where "even Bostonians rave about the lobster roll." [Zagat] Comment?
Tawny Villain thanks her food fans while Doug Guller wears a fedora, because dude owns breastaurants, what else can you do? [Photo: Patrick Michels/EATX] Soon to scoot in to the Scoot Inn : Sweet Heat Meats , the winner of the first Trailer Truck-Off at the historic east side bar and music venue, recently acquired by breastaurateur Doug Guller . Comment?