Austin Restaurants

Two Sisters closes Austin restaurant and turns to e-commerce

The restaurant associated with Two Sisters Catering, 4800 W. Chicago Ave. in Chicago, quietly closed its doors this summer. As she empties the restaurant her business has called home for more than a year, owner Veah Larde reflects on the reasons for the decision to close her takeout restaurant and …

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Austin’s Oktoberfest gets the royal treatment: party with the prince, according to tradition, at Koko’s Bavarian Biergarten – Food

Konstantin “Koko” Prinz von Bayern (r) and master brewer Katie Lowe at Koko’s Bavarian; Left: The royal keg-tapping (Photos by Jana Birchum) We’re celebrating Oktoberfest again here in Austin, of course, even though our cash-crazed metropolis is – clap-clap-clap-clap! – in the heart of Texas and far from Germany or …

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🌱 More Weapons Found at ABIA + Flu Season Concerns + Events Galore

Hello, neighbors! I hope everyone’s week is off to a good start. It’s Jessica here with your Tuesday edition of the Austin Daily filled with the best local news and community updates. Settle in and grab your morning coffee as we dive into: More weapons found at ABIA TSA checkpoints. …

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Food prices are skyrocketing, and it’s changed the way we eat

When she was growing up, seconds weren’t served and side dishes were rare. “My mom had a budget every week, and she stuck to it,” she said. “As I got older and became more financially independent, having a full pantry and being able to eat whatever I wanted was a …

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Best of Austin: Restaurants 2022 – Column Editors Name Their Essential Dishes: We’ve All Got Our Favorites – Food

James Renovitch with a Chicken Nada at ThunderCloud (Photo by Kimberly Jones) Editor James Renovitch: I’m nowhere near a vegetarian, but damn it, I love that flavorful fake meat and sandwiches around it in ThunderCloud Subs Chicken Nada Sandwich. Prepare for some quality small talk with your sandwich maker and …

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🌱 Abbott’s Anti-Fentanyl Plans + AISD Housing + Humanoid Robots 🤖

Hello, friends and neighbors! It’s me, Jessica, your host from the Austin Daily. I’m back in your inbox this morning with the most important updates within our community. Settle in with your morning coffee as we dive into: Governor Abbott wants to step up statewide anti-fentanyl efforts. AISD plans to …

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2 D-FW restaurants make New York Times list of America’s 50 Best

The New York Times released its “America’s 50 Best Restaurants” list on Monday, and two Dallas-Fort Worth restaurants are on the schedule. The North Texas spots on the list are Sister, an “Italian” restaurant on Lower Greenville that opened in 2021, and Smoke’N Ash BBQ, a Texas barbecue and Ethiopian …

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Austin’s restaurant sizzles as the best restaurant in Texas, and more stories headline

One of the most striking aspects of 2018 Black Panther was the Dora Milaje, the all-female army that served King T’Challa in Wakanda. What many may not know is that this group was inspired by an actual group of female warriors from the Kingdom of Dahomey, which was located in …

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Where to find Arabic breakfast in Austin: Za’atar, labneh and fatteh are the stars of the spread, but it’s really all about quality time together – Food

Oula Nabulsi enjoys a classic Arabic brunch at home (photos by Yasmin Diallo Turk) Oula Nabulsi meticulously arranges a series of small, colorful bowls she brought from the United Arab Emirates on her breakfast table. “When many Americans think of Arabic food, shawarma and falafel come to mind,” says the …

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‘Sweetie Pie’s’ star says he didn’t fix his nephew’s death

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A former star of the St. Louis-based reality show “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s” testified Tuesday that he was not involved in the murder of his nephew. James “Tim” Norman, 43, is accused of hiring two people to kill 21-year-old Andre Montgomery in March 2016 and then …

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Q&A restaurant and oyster bar open in downtown Oceanside

OCEANSIDE, Calif. — Few restaurants can claim to be making history when they first opened, but when the Q&A Restaurant & Oyster Bar opened inside the Brick Hotel last month, it did just that. Visitors to downtown Oceanside in recent years have seen the historic 1888 building completely renovated, including …

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MEDITERRANEAN RESTAURANT, ABA IS APPLYING TO OPEN IN MIAMI THIS FALL

Miami’s culinary scene will continue to heat up this year with the highly anticipated debut of Aba, the stunning Mediterranean restaurant set to open this fall 2022 on the ground floor of Bal Harbor Shops. From former Chef CJ Jacobson and Executive Partner and Division President Marc Jacobs, Aba will …

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Take a peek inside this unique Austin rental – you’ll never guess how it was made

Nestled on secluded land in the hills outside Austin, this architectural anomaly is a prime example of the Texas city’s motto, “Keep Austin Weird.” Dubbed The Bloomhouse, its sculpture-like architecture has been described as a “giant seashell unicorn.” One thing is certain: this Seussian structure is part of local history. …

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Dallas has a new Master Sommelier wine expert and more restaurant news

This roundup of Dallas food news has plenty of fodder, including five new restaurant openings, six new menus and two new pumpkin queues. In news for snobby foodies, Dallas just got a new master sommelier and executive chef. Here’s what’s happening in restaurant news around Dallas: Monarch is home to …

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Get exclusive perks with Chase Sapphire and the craze

JPMorgan Chase and The Infatuation together offer exciting exclusive benefits for Chase Sapphire cardholders, including special access to EEEEEEATSCON food festival tickets, invitations to private dinners at some of the country’s most exciting restaurants, and more Again. The last sentence of the introduction should be: Find out what we’ve been …

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Ronnie Killen brings the heat to Cypress, plus the best stories of the week

Editor’s note: Time to recap the main stories on CultureMap from the past week. 1. Killen’s Barbecue opens new restaurant in familiar Cypress space. In an exclusive interview with CultureMap, chef Ronnie Killen reveals his plans to serve barbecue at lunch and offer a more elevated steakhouse experience at dinner. …

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Flower Child restaurant sibling Culinary Dropout to debut in Dallas

A new restaurant from a highly successful restaurant group debuts in Dallas: Called Culinary abandonmentit’s a laid-back gastropub with an offbeat rock ‘n’ roll atmosphere, comfort food and cocktails, and it opens in Dallas’ Design District. The opening is a long way off: According to a statement, it will debut …

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Authentic Mexican Cuisine | Orono, ME

Need dietary suggestions? Stop for lunch at our Mexican restaurant in Orono, ME Looking for authentic Mexican food in Orono, ME? Tacorita is your best choice for appetizing dishes Our history Restoration Treat yourself to a delicious meal tonight Authentic, fast service, casual Mexican food in Orono, ME Head to …

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HAAM Day set for September 13, with live music from dozens of Austin acts

Bob Schneider, Blackillac, Jon Dee Graham and Lesly Reynaga are among more than a dozen acts playing at Waterloo Park on September 13 for the flagship event of the Health Alliance of Austin Musicians’ annual HAAM Day fundraiser. The 17th annual benefit returns to its pre-pandemic format this year, with …

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Nashville-based MLRose Craft Beer & Burgers comes to Murfreesboro

Nashville-based MLRose Craft Beer & Burgers has announced plans to expand the brand to Murfreesboro. Founder Austin Ray will open the chain’s fifth location in the West Point development, located off Interstate-24 at New Salem Road, about a block from Costco. “Murfreesboro is a community I’ve been considering expanding into …

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McGuire Moorman Lambert’s hospitality is one step closer to Clarksville dominance

Earlier this year, McGuire Moorman Lambert Hospitality (MML), the group behind local restaurants such as Swedish Hill and Clark’s Oyster Bar, announced three new restaurants: Howard’s, Rosie’s and Pecan Square Cafe. Now, a new mixed-use development project has passed a major round of approval needed to give a new look …

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Adventurous eaters only: 4 restaurants offering original dishes

Have you ever had sushi delivered on a conveyor belt or tasted Ukrainian borscht? If you’re looking for a restaurant to shake up your dinner, try one of these recently opened options. Conveyor belt sushi For a fun and interactive twist on your typical sushi dinner, head to Kura Revolving …

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Walz, Jensen win primaries to host Minnesota gubernatorial race – Austin Daily Herald

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Democratic Gov. Tim Walz and Republican challenger Scott Jensen scored easy victories in their primaries on Tuesday, setting the stage for their fall showdown in the Minnesota gubernatorial race. Walz is seeking his second term under the same “One Minnesota” slogan he used four years ago, but …

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Connie Boesen knows the Iowa State Fairgrounds better than anyone

I’m back. In fact, I’ve never stopped walking around the Iowa State Fairgrounds, except this time it’s different. It’s still the best place in town for a quiet respite, on foot or by bike. It’s still an A-more gem of a place to spend a morning, afternoon or early evening …

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Finally, a Texas-style taco breakfast is opening in DC

Photo courtesy of La Tejana. La Tejana’s weekend pop-ups regularly drew lines for Texas-style breakfast tacos with handmade flour tortillas. Now couple Ana-Maria Jaramillo and Gus May are finally opening a brick-and-mortar store in Mount Pleasant at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 6. The opening menu will only include five …

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Contemporary home embraces nature in Austin’s desirable Tarrytown

The contemporary sits on nearly half an acre of land in the Tarrytown area of ​​Austin. Moreland Properties Oak-lined streets, a historic golf course, a nature reserve where peacocks strut their stuff. Welcome to Tarrytown, a desirable residential neighborhood along the Colorado River in Austin, Texas. But do not confuse …

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Wage growth in the hotel industry reignites the battle for the minimum wage

The lingering effects of the pandemic continue to drive up wages in the restaurant industry, injecting new energy into state and local efforts to abolish the lower minimum wage. Pandemic-related health risks, the unpredictability of schedules and the harassment that workers facing the public have faced during the pandemic have …

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Spruce scooped up $26 million, new Tecovas CEO and more from Austin Tech News

Photo: Tecovas Austin‘s tech scene jumped last week with new capital, new office openings and a massive expansion proposal from a global electronics giant. Catch up on news you may have missed last week with the weekly Built In Austin refresh. Spruce raised $26 million. The Austin-based startup provides apartment …

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Move to Bastrop and settle in its many restaurants and bars

A major draw for any potential buyer is the area – and in particular its restaurants. After all, even with a gourmet kitchen in your new dream home, you won’t want to cook. all night. If you consider Bastrop, on the southeast outskirts of Austin, your new home base, your …

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Mike Copeland: Staying Cool at L3Harris; Real estate ahead; Waco under 40; Restaurant Overview | Local business news

The L3Harris aircraft modification plant in Waco has plenty of space and plenty of people to keep cool: half a million square feet and 1,200, respectively. So the game plan includes coolers filled with ice water, neck cooling wraps, electrolyte popsicles, extra fans for use inside airplanes, one-ton coolers that …

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New York restaurants on the radar for the 2022 Michelin awards

Bonnies received a New York Times Critics’ Pick when it debuted in February 2022. Critic Pete Wells praised the restaurant for its inspired fusion of Chinese and American cuisine, even poetic about the restaurant’s version of the McRib. CheLi’s also draws its culinary inspiration from China, but according to Grub …

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100 best restaurants for al fresco dining in 2022

More al fresco places to love: OpenTable data shows a 54% increase in restaurants nationwide offering al fresco dining Alfresco dining is heating up, and this year diners will find more patios and streets to love: National data from OpenTable shows the number of restaurants offering al fresco dining is …

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Rooftop restaurants in the United States that you must visit at least once

For a long time, Fort Lauderdale stood in the shadow of its most famous neighbor to the south: Miami. But in recent years, Fort Lauderdale has earned a reputation as an exciting destination in its own right. With a strong influx of new interests and new development projects underway, it …

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Invest South/West program drives growth in Austin

The people of Austin and, I suspect, other parts of the city where there have been years of divestment have had to fight for what they believe they deserve. Fight for better schools, equal justice, safe streets, a seat at the table, resources for their nonprofit organizations. Fight against a …

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KOʻA KEA RESORT ON POʻIPU BEACH ANNOUNCES NEW RESTAURANT DIRECTOR

Meritage Collection’s award-winning Koʻa Kea Resort on Poʻipu Beach welcomes John Sweiss as Restaurant Manager. Sweiss will manage Koʻa Kea Resort’s food and beverage teams, including for the renowned Red Salt restaurant, in addition to ensuring that guests receive the highest level of service and quality. He brings over two …

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Pre-pandemic sized crowds descend on US airports for the holidays – Austin Daily Herald

The Fourth of July holiday weekend has started in full swing with airport crowds crushing numbers seen in 2019, before the pandemic. Travelers appeared to experience fewer delays and canceled flights on Friday than earlier in the week. The Transportation Security Administration screened more than 2.4 million travelers at airport …

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Thistle and Mirth co-owners and The Flatburger Society open new breakfast and brunch spot in Pittsfield | Company

PITTSFIELD — The owners of two Pittsfield restaurants have opened a third business downtown. “We believe deeply in Pittsfield,” says Austin Oliver. Oliver and Joad Bowman, co-owners of Thistle and Mirth on West Street and The Flatburger Society on McKay Street, opened Lulu’s Tiny Grocery in the Crawford Square building …

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10 of Austin’s Best Bars: Looking for a new place to drink, dance or eat? We have you. – Food

Whether you’re in the mood to dance the night away, catch up with friends over chili fries, or sip wine in the fresh air of an outdoor patio, here are some award-winning Best of Austin bars for your vibe. research. Best booze blast in the past: Nickel City Nickel City …

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Cindy Crawford and husband Rande Gerber dine at her Malibu restaurant Cafe Habana

Meaningful Beauty founder Cindy Crawford and her second husband, Rande Gerber, dined at her Malibu restaurant, Café Habana, on Wednesday night. For her date night, the 56-year-old 90s supermodel was dressed in a simple black blouse tucked into faded gray skinny jeans and black sandals. Cindy’s 60-year-old husband – who …

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Houston Diversión Bar Named One of America’s Best Bars for 2022

Food & Culture // Restaurants & Bars Greg Morago, Personal editor June 21, 2022Updated: June 21, 2022 9:32 a.m. This is a carousel. Use the Next and Previous buttons to navigate Texas Meyer lemon mousse.”/>1of2 Diversión is an intimate new bar from Kirby’s Steven E. Salazar. The 32-seat bar serves …

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Nobu vs. Matsuhisa Restaurants: What’s the Biggest Difference?

According to Forbes, Nobu and Matsuhisa restaurants adhere to Nobu’s philosophy of excellence by focusing 50% on exceptional service and 50% on food quality. Both play with Peruvian influences like seafood ceviches and tiraditos, a thinly sliced ​​raw fish similar to sashimi or carpaccio de crudo. The restaurants also incorporate …

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Workforce Development Can Help Find Summer Jobs – Austin Daily Herald

Michael Postma Workforce development area manager School is out and summer is finally here. The students are thrilled to have completed another year of school and look forward to the freedom that summer provides. For many teens, that freedom involves summer jobs to earn disposable income. Summer work for teens …

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S’poreans witness armed robbery at JB restaurant, victims allegedly slashed in broad daylight – Mothership.SG

Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg On their recent trip to Johor Bahru, a group of Singaporeans arranged to meet some Malaysian friends there. What they didn’t expect was to come across an armed robbery at knifepoint. Despite the apparent danger, however, one of them bravely ran …

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Small businesses face a ‘summer of uncertainty’

NEW YORK – Small businesses that rely on outside crowds and spendthrift tourists don’t know what to expect this summer. Consumers likely have a lot of pent-up demand after more than two years of the pandemic. But they also face significant financial headwinds from the highest inflation in decades. And …

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How restaurants are becoming more sustainable, from reusing petroleum to ditching single-use plastic

When you sit down at a restaurant, your stomach rumbles with anticipation as you wait for your order. Once you arrive, you enjoy your meal. And after finishing, the waiter collects whatever is left and throws it in the trash. Customers don’t give much thought to the waste of the …

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Alumni of “MasterChef”, Grubhub teams up for a virtual restaurant

article New meal delivery service from Grubhub brings recipes from “MasterChef” alumni to the doorsteps of more than 20 markets in the United States MasterChef Table is a virtual delivery-only restaurant, also known as the “ghost kitchen”, featuring recipes from four former FOX reality TV contestants: Kelsey Murphy, Dorian Hunter, …

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Snapchat to show nearby local restaurants in Snap Map

New Delhi, June 4 (IANS): Snapchat has partnered with restaurant review website The Infatuation to help users find the best local restaurants nearby on Snap Map. Snapchatters around the world will now automatically see Infatuation reviews in location profiles in over 50 cities around the world. Last year, …

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Virtual brands and pop-ups make Southeast Asian street food accessible in Austin: hawker culture download – Food

Penang Shack Chicken Satay (Photo by John Anderson) Southeast Asia is synonymous with street food. Around Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, hawker stalls are the ultimate democratiser: young urban professionals, government workers, schoolchildren and apron-clad grandmothers can be found shouting orders in noisy markets and squatting on plastic stools bent over …

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Spuntino continues to innovate Denver’s best Italian

When a little cafe called Spuntino opened in the Highlands in 2011, no one could have guessed what it would become. Originally an ice cream shop, the space has grown into one of Denver’s top Italian restaurants under the guidance of its current owners, Elliot Strathmann and Executive Chef Cindhura …

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Kitchen United Mix brings a new takeout concept to town

Kitchen United Mix is ​​now open at 9506 State Highway 121 near the intersection of Sam Rayburn Tollway and Preston Road. The concept can be described as a food hall for take-out orders. Customers order online or from kiosks in the lobby. They can order in several restaurants at …

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The Birria Queen has become Taco Royalty

It’s 6 p.m. on a hot Monday in April and Donelle Mendoza has been cooking since noon. Bad Bunny and Ramón Ayala blow up an iPhone in his northeast Austin apartment when an incoming call abruptly interrupts a manic accordion solo. On this side of the line, she rattles off …

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New Denver restaurants open this week, May 14-20

As the pressures of staff shortages, rising costs and other challenges of running a restaurant during a pandemic continue, restaurant closures – temporary and permanent – ​​are on the rise. This week we learned of three upcoming closures: Blue Ocean/Little Chengdu, To the Wind and Freshcraft, all of which will …

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Public Notice: Showdown on Main Streets: Applying Softer, Softer Rewrite of the Land Use Planning Code to Transit Corridors – News

Compatibility standards at a glance: Any property that is zoned or used as single-family (to the right of this city graph) controls the height of nearby commercial properties. These need to be at least 200 feet apart before they can get 50 feet high, which is higher than the standard …

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Austin scores career-high 20 as Mystics beat Wings 84-68

May 17, 2022Updated: May 17, 2022 10:28 p.m. ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Shakira Austin, the No. 3 overall pick in last month’s draft, scored 12 of her career-high 20 points in the second half as the Washington Mystics retired for a 84-68 win over the Dallas Wings on Tuesday night. …

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Austin promotes the adoption of cryptography; III Forks Restaurant Begins Accepting Bitcoin Payments

In April, Austin steakhouse III Forks said it would enter the blockchain space by accepting Bitcoin through BitPay on the Bitcoin Lightning Network. III Forks, owned by CRO, Inc., is the company’s first restaurant to begin accepting Bitcoin. Customers can now notify their server at checkout that they wish to …

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Chefs Kwame Onwuachi and Reem Assil host culinary events in Austin

Two notable chefs – Reem Assil of Oakland’s Arab Bakery Reem’s and Kwame Onwuachi of Washington, D.C. and most recently Afro-Caribbean restaurant Kith/Kin – are coming to Austin for two respective cookbook events over the next two months. . First, Assil’s event for his cookbook Arabiyya takes place with South …

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Beijing closes 10% of subway stations to stem the spread of COVID

BEIJING (AP) — Beijing on Wednesday closed about 10% of stations in its extensive subway system as an additional measure against the spread of the coronavirus. The metro authority, in a brief message, said only that the measure of closing 40 stations, mostly in the city center, was taken as …

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Gruene Gristmill River Restaurant and Bar celebrates 45 years in business in May

The Texas-size onion rings ($22.99) are served double-battered and fried. They also come in smaller portions. (Photos by Eric Weilbacher/Community Impact Newspaper) Gristmill River Restaurant and Bar celebrates 45 years in business in May as one of the main cornerstones of the revival of historic Gruene. The restaurant’s original building …

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Featured / Quote of the week – News

Forklift Danceworks and the Austin Animal Center teamed up on Saturday, April 23 for an outdoor performance celebrating the stories of workers caring for Austin’s rescue animals. Dogs, dog owners and puppy caretakers shook their hindquarters to raise awareness about the care shelter dogs need. (Photo by Jana Birchum) Mutiny …

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The Garfield Inn in Port Austin opens a new restaurant

With many Port Austin establishments undergoing management changes or changing to something new, the Garfield Inn is the latest to change. A new restaurant called Catbird is in the works for the ground floor of the historic Port Austin building, its owner having extensive restaurant experience. Originally from Philadelphia, Mindy …

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Austin named the best city in the United States for dating

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Archita Tekriwal and Dhruv Verma sip their drinks across from each other at Jo’s Coffee. Despite the rush of tourists and locals on South Congress Avenue, they are calm and content as they enjoy the moment together. They’ve come so far since meeting on Bumble a year …

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Downtown development would demolish several Austin LGBTQ bars

A proposed new residential development project would dramatically change one of Austin‘s core LGBTQ neighborhoods, as reported by the Towers. The proposed plan would build a mixed-use tower from 201 to 213 West Fourth Street, which would demolish several prominent bars on the street, including Oilcan Harry’s, Coconut Club, Neon …

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Austin’s chef from Mariupol cooks to raise money for Ukraine aid

Olga Koutseridi turned to baking and cooking as she went through an identity crisis several years ago. The home chef from Mariupol, Ukraine, originally from Austin, felt detached from her Eastern European roots, which include family ties to Russia and Ukraine, in addition to Greece. She had a difficult relationship …

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COVID-19 retreats to Austin, but officials watch BA.2 for surge risk

Austin and Travis County coronavirus cases remain low this week following the Spring Festival season, with the number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients at local hospitals remaining below 50 for the past two weeks. On Friday, Austin Public Health reported that 38 people had been hospitalized with the coronavirus. Of these, …

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1838 Grill New Braunfels is now open and more local business news

The 1838 Grill New Braunfels opened in early March and serves American-style cuisine. (Courtesy of 1838 Grill New Braunfels) 1838 Grill New Braunfels opened March 8 at 123 S. Union Ave., New Braunfels. The restaurant serves American dishes and is the second location of the 1838 Grill in Seguin. 830-609-9022. …

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Raw oysters sold in 13 states linked to norovirus outbreak

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — The Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning about potentially contaminated raw oysters that have been shipped to more than a dozen states. This week, the FDA announced that oysters harvested from parts of Baynes Sound in British Columbia, Canada, were possibly linked to an …

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Pflugerville Pizzeria in a gigantic ice cream cone building

PFLUGERVILLE, Texas (KXAN) – Little Italy Brick Oven Pizza, a local Austin pizzeria, opened March 18 at 2700 West Pecan Street in Pflugerville. This building is well known for its ties to a popular TV show – and its unique ice cream shape. Robert Griffin creates his pizza at Little …

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I stayed in Icon’s new 3D-printed luxury home in Austin, TX

The walls of the main residence and its secondary accommodation were printed at the same time in eight days despite the weather and material problems. Brittany Chang / Insider The team then spent another five months finishing the rest of the house, such as installing windows, wiring and plumbing. Brittany …

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As Ramadan approaches, a look at local halal options: Certified good – Food

When Asma Bayunus moved from a small town in Minnesota to Austin 20 years ago, there were few halal options available to her. “When I arrived here, I only found three halal restaurants: Shalimar, Byblos and Alborz,” she recalls. “These are gone now but it seems there is now an …

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Two Sisters represents Austin at Chicago Restaurant Week

Chicago Restaurant Week, hosted by Choose Chicago, is in full swing and Chef Veah Larde, owner of Two Sisters Catering and Restaurant, 4800 W. Chicago Ave., is proud to represent the Austin community at the 17 days. Through April 10, the counter-service establishment known for serving an array of healthy, …

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Golf in Texas: a plethora of options in Austin

Avery Ranch The Municipal CG of the Lions is fighting for its survival One of the first places this author played golf was in the city of Austin. Lions Municipal Golf Coursejust west of the heart of Austin‘s downtown district and north of Lady Bird Lake on green space that …

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Austin unemployment rate stable in February; companies are looking to hire

COVID-19: Who is unemployed? The unemployment rate explained The number of job losses soared during the COVID-19 pandemic, but not everyone was counted as unemployed. This is how the unemployment rate is measured. Just the FAQ, USA TODAY The buoyant local labor market shows no signs of slowing, despite rising …

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New York City allows unvaccinated athletes to play at home

NEW YORK (AP) — New York City’s mayor will announce on Thursday that he is exempting athletes and entertainers from the city’s vaccination mandate for private workers, a move that will allow Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving to play from home and unvaccinated baseball players to take to the field …

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Local restaurants and McKale Center prepare for large crowds ahead of NCAA tournament

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) — Preparations are well underway for March Madness. The University of Arizona women’s basketball team is set to host two rounds of the NCAA tournament. This is the second time in the program’s history for the team. U of A Women’s Basketball will host the …

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54th Street Restaurant & Drafthouse opens in Pflugerville; Cedar Park Market Days to hold its first event on March 19 and other business news from the region

Read the top business news from the past week in the Central Texas region. Pflugerville-Hutto 54th Street Restaurant & Drafthouse in Pflugerville will open March 14 The menu at 54th Street Restaurant & Drafthouse offers more than 150 dishes, including artisan burgers, steaks, sandwiches and Southern comfort food including fried …

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Google sued by restaurants over alleged deceptive online ordering practices

article Signage at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California, U.S., Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022. Alphabet Inc. is expected to release earnings numbers on Feb. 1. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images SAN FRANCISCO – A restaurant group has filed a class action lawsuit against Google, alleging the tech giant …

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Sally Schmitt, founder of ‘French Laundry’ restaurant, dies at 90 – Reuters

Job : March 12, 2022 / 6:52 p.m. CST / Update: March 12, 2022 / 6:52 p.m. CST PHILO, Calif. (AP) — Sally Schmitt, who founded The French Laundry restaurant in California’s wine country and helped start the region’s farm-to-table movement, has died. She was 90 years old. Schmitt died …

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Car crashes into DC restaurant outdoor patio, 2 women dead – KXAN Austin

by: CAROLE FELDMAN, Associated Press Job : March 11, 2022 / 2:38 p.m. CST / Update: March 11, 2022 / 4:38 p.m. CST Washington Metropolitan Police place crime scene tape around the exterior of the Parthenon, a popular Greek restaurant, Friday afternoon, March 11, 2022 in northwest Washington. An SUV …

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