Austin Restaurants

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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Do you have the courage to try these tripas tacos? Local spots that offer offal – Food

Las Trancas (Photos by Evan Rodriguez) Giblets are the cuts of the people – or once were, anyway. Scraps, cheeks, sweetbreads, tongue, and more can now be found on high-end restaurant menus, but not so much tripas. The marriage of unique textures with a subtle, earthy richness makes tripas somewhat …

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Latest Rainey Tower gets backing from Planning Commission

Austin City Photo Tuesday, March 8, 2022 by Jonathan Lee The Planning Commission recommended increased density for 80 Rainey, a 550-foot-tall, 644-unit residential tower by developer Lincoln Ventures at 80 Rainey St. The commission voted 11-0-1 on February 22 to recommend increasing the floor area ratio (a measure of density) …

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Gordon Robert Blake | Obituary

Gordon Robert Blake, 72, of Buda, Texas, died Feb. 17, 2022, surrounded by his devoted wife of 43 years, Candace, and their children. Gordon, son of Zada ​​Metzler Blake and Gordon John Blake, and proud big brother to Tara, Scott and Dan, was born in Batavia, NY, and raised in …

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New Austin Wine Restaurant and Shop Underdog to Open on South First

A new wine restaurant and retail store will open this year in South Austin, run by the couple and partners Richard Hargreave, a Momofuku alum, and Claudia Lee. Underdog, located at 1600 South First Street in the future Willa mixed-use development in Bouldin Creek, will open in the fall of …

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Our guide to Austin’s best pizza

Abby Jane Bakery To showcase the best of Texas-grown grains, pastry chef Abby Love works like a flour-obsessed mad scientist, combining nutty Yecora Rojo and other flours from neighboring Barton Springs Mill on an array of Neapolitan-style pizzas. The result? A fluffier wood-fired pie that’s the perfect canvas for the …

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Some Americans welcome new CDC mask guidelines, others are wary – Reuters

CHICAGO (AP) — Grace Thomas is fully vaccinated against COVID-19 but still isn’t ready to take off her mask, especially around the children at the home daycare she runs in Chicago. But it remains to be seen whether children continue to wear masks after the Centers for Disease Control and …

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Tips for Elon Musk’s Giga Barbecue in Austin

When you’re the richest man in the world, people tend to listen to what you have to say. The same goes for Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who, like thousands of other Californians, recently packed up and moved to Texas. Of course, Musk’s stuff includes Tesla, which formalized the move in …

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Best Fish and Chips Restaurants in Austin

Fish and chips at Garbo’s.| At Garbo’s Fish and chips have been a staple of the British diet since the early 1860s, battered in beer, fried and served with malt vinegar. The first known boutiques dedicated to the dynamic culinary duo opened in places like London and Lancashire; in the …

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NASCAR legend Bobby Allison talks about Daytona 500

(QUEEN CITY NEWS) – 500 miles and 200 laps later, there’s a new Daytona 500 champion. Rookie driver and Mooresville native Austin Cindric took the win on Sunday night. It’s not just the North Carolina barbecue that draws people to Lancaster in Mooresville. “I would say more than half,” Lori …

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Applebee Restaurants in Austin, Dallas, Houston, Central and East Texas are Bringing Back DOLLARITA – Margaritas for $1 – for 1 Day Only on Day 2: National Margarita Day, Tuesday, 02/22/2022

Local Applebee franchisee SSCP Management recently made the LARGEST MARGARITA IN TEXAS(Must-watch downloadable video to prove it and see it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axRzBRw7Ok8) Dallas, Texas (RestaurantNews.com) On a day unprecedented in history when number 2 will dominate like it has never done before – Tuesday of the second month of 2022 on …

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The new owner of MD Pizza Factory has a long history in the pizzeria

MD Pizza Factory recently changed hands, but most customers will only notice the difference with a restaurant facelift and a few pizza specialties added. Longtime customers might also recognize the new owner, who started working at the pizzeria when he was 14 years old. MD Pizza Factory, 4706 N Midkiff …

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How UT researchers used your cell phone during the pandemic to save lives

AUSTIN (KXAN) — It’s predictions about the pandemic that have guided public policy, warned hospital systems of surges, and been the subject of numerous reports to KXAN as a way to let the public know what’s to come. A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of …

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Plans for a new $18 million elementary school and 4 other commercial projects filed recently in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto

The following commercial projects have been filed with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. (Screenshot courtesy of Google Maps) Be the first to hear about new restaurants, businesses and facilities coming up or being renovated in the neighborhood with this daily roundup of commercial projects. The following commercial projects …

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4 shot and injured after Justin Bieber concert at Los Angeles restaurant

Filming of a Justin Bieber concert: 4 injured in front of a restaurant in Los Angeles Four people were shot and injured early Saturday after a fight broke out outside a Los Angeles restaurant hosting a party following a Justin Bieber concert, police said. Credit: Anonymous via Storyful Four people …

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PUD statesman wins unanimous support from Planning Commission

Friday February 11th, 2022 by Jonathan Lee A massive mixed-use development planned for the former Austin American Statesman The site moved closer to approval on Tuesday, receiving the Planning Commission’s unanimous recommendation – but not before commissioners spent several hours debating what changes they would like to see made to …

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Austin Humane Society will host the Puppy Bowl on Saturday

Austin American Statesman NORTH AUSTIN The Humane Society organizes the Puppy Bowl The Austin Humane Society Puppy Bowl will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. The event, presented by Heritage Ranch by HEB, will take place outdoors at the shelter, 124 W. Anderson Lane, and will include …

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Pine Bluff, Portia and Springdale restaurants inducted into Arkansas Food Hall of Fame

Three Arkansas restaurants have joined the Arkansas Heritage Arkansas Food Hall of Fame: Colonial Steak House in Pine Bluff, Dairy King in Portia, and Neal’s Cafe in Springdale. The three were announced Monday in a hybrid ceremony (part live, part Zoom) at the Central Arkansas Library System’s Ron Robinson Theater …

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Austin is under a boil water advisory in February 2022

The city of Austin has been under a boil water advisory since the evening of Saturday, February 5. For restaurants, food trucks and bars, this means that all water intended for cooking, washing vegetables and meat, creating beverages, making ice cream and general drinking must be brought to boil for …

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Austin Drive-In Theater Blue Starlite Opens at Garbo’s Restaurant

Local mini drive-in movie chain Blue Starlite is opening a new location in North Austin seafood restaurant Garbo’s this month. The outdoor theater setup will be in the restaurant parking lot at 2709 North MoPac beginning Friday, February 18. The full menu will be available, including lobster rolls, oysters, crab …

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Austin restaurants and food trucks close ahead of February winter storm

Huge winter storm Landon makes landfall in Austin tonight bringing sub-zero temperatures, rain, sleet to the area, creating potentially dangerous conditions and bringing back memories of what happened during the last big freeze in Texas. As a precaution, many restaurants and food trucks in Austin are preemptively closing on Thursday, …

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Inspire Development embarks on massive mixed-use Pearson Ranch project in northwest Austin

When fully constructed, Pearson Ranch will span 156 acres and provide office, retail, dining, housing and hotels. (Courtesy of Inspire Development) Inspire Development has paved the way on Pearson Ranch, a 156-acre mixed-use project that aims to bring office space, retail, hotels, housing and parks to an area called the …

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11 Last-Minute Romantic Getaways to Texas for Valentine’s Day

RDares are nice, candy is fine, but if there’s one absolutely foolproof Valentine’s Day gift, it’s a romantic getaway. In honor of love-themed vacations, we’re highlighting some of the best hotel stays (with incentive offers) across Texas, because the only thing better than a thoughtful retreat is a short and …

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Austin Bakery Texas French Bread Catches Fire

Austin’s favorite bakery and restaurant, Texas French Bread, caught fire Monday night Jan. 24. Although no one was injured, the building was declared a total loss by firefighters, as reported by KVUE. Texas French Bread is located at 2900 Rio Grande Street in the Heritage District. Workers called firefighters to …

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34 new dining options open in 2021 or coming in 2022 in the Lake Travis-Westlake area

Pizzeria i Fratelli is coming soon to West Lake Hills in the mall shared with Texas Honey Ham and Blenders & Bowls. (Courtesy of Fratelli) Key Average entries: $-up to $9.99, $$-$10-$19.99, $$$-$20 or more B-Breakfast/brunch H-Happy hour K-Kids menu American 1. Capriotti’s sandwich shop 3944 S.RM 620, Ste. 130, …

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Restaurant Review: Canje – Food

canje (Photos by Jana Birchum) Avocado Escabeche Named after the national bird of Guyana, Canje is the passion project of chef Tavel Bristol-Joseph, co-owner and executive pastry chef of Emmer & Rye. Canje offers Caribbean cuisine rooted in Bristol-Joseph’s native Guyana and spanning flavors and traditions from Puerto Rico to …

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We’ve got a problem: getting your due: This week’s cover spotlights rapper J Soulja – Chronicles

Cover photo by Jana Birchum / Design by Zeke Barbaro How does a musical artist quantify success? In albums sold? Number of Spotify listeners? Or is it something less tangible? How do you measure the impact you have on a single listener? What about your peer community? In this week’s …

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CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Goode Co. Restaurants Announces New Concept in The Woodlands; Starbucks is now open in New Braunfels and more news

Goode Co. Restaurants will open the Goode Co. Fish Camp & Oyster Bar in place of the former Goode Co. Barbeque. (Ally Bolender/Community Impact Journal) Take a look at the five most trending stories across Community Impact JournalCoverage areas in Texas as of January 18. Note: The following articles were …

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🌱 MLK Day Events + Festival and Food Drive + New Austin Homes

Happy Monday neighbours! Here’s what’s happening around Austin today. First, today’s weather forecast: Sunny and warmer. High: 69 Low: 47. Here are today’s top stories in Austin: Today is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day and “to commemorate the civil rights activist and his work” several events are taking place …

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Opening of Phase 1 of Lakeline Park in the summer at Cedar Park; Pflugerville officials consider changes to Lakeside Meadows and other area news

Construction is underway at Lakeline Park in Cedar Park. (Courtesy of the City of Cedar Park) Read top business and community news from the past week from central Texas. Cedar Park-Leander Opening of the first phase of Lakeline Park this summer in Cedar Park The first phase of Lakeline Park …

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Automation is the future of food, and the future is now: AI on your plate – Food

The “workshop and backbone” of Iron Ox’s greenhouse automation system, the Grover mobile support robot navigates the greenhouse to get plant growing modules where they need to be and is able to lift over 1000 lbs. (Courtesy of Iron Ox) As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to require endless adaptations in …

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The absolute best sushi in the United States

In the city of Las Vegas, indulgence is paramount. By this reputation, even though it has been thrown in one of the driest places in the world, far from any nearby stopovers, Vegas is still the place to be for great sushi. Like its sister city of LA, Las Vegas …

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Annual Community Guide: Many restaurant and shopping companies came to Round Rock in 2021

[ad_1] 4000 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock 4 Flix Brewery 2200 I-35 Frontage Road, Ste. B1, Round Rock 512-244-3549 www.flixbrewhouse.com $$ K 5 Whiskey Cake Kitchen & Bar 2600 N. I-35, Rocher Rond www.whikeycake.com COMING SPRING 2022 COFFEES 6 Brushy Creek Cafe 601 Conservation Drive, Austin 512-614-4299 www.brushycreekcafe.square.site $ …

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Upscale Mississippi Coast Restaurant Hosts Brunch

[ad_1] Drag queens Ivy Dripp and Lexis Redd D’ville open the drag brunch at White Pillars in Gulfport, Mississippi on Sunday, December 19, 2021. Almost everyone involved in the White Pillars always sold out monthly drag brunch agrees on the set – up seems unlikely. This is the Deep South, …

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Restaurants close dining rooms, cut hours as omicron wreaks havoc on already tight workforce

[ad_1] It’s starting to look like 2020 again to the restaurant business as omicron takes a bite out of an already tight workforce. Then restaurants closed on government orders to slow the spread of COVID-19. Now, they close or return to take-out only when the latest variant infects employees, leaving …

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Troy Aikman’s latest business venture? Beer

[ad_1] Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman announced on Tuesday, Jan.4, 2022 that he is entering the beer business. He co-founded an Austin-based company that will launch Eight, a 90-calorie light beer, in Texas in early 2022. Aikman had teased the partnership for months on Instagram, including in a post …

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This app helps prevent food waste by connecting consumers to surplus food at local restaurants in Providence and Boston.

[ad_1] “It blew up a light bulb,” she told The Globe. “This is something that could happen every night at any local food store. “ Basch said she started partnering with like-minded entrepreneurs and quickly co-founded To Good To Go, a new app (available for iOS in the Apple Store …

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The most read stories of 2021 from Cedar Park, Leander

[ad_1] HEB opened its second Leander store in November. (Taylor Girtman / Community Impact Journal) From restaurant announcements to winter storm updates, here are the 10 Most Read Online Stories of 2021 from the Cedar Park-Leander Edition of Community impact journal. 1. ROUNDUP: 7 restaurants to come in the Cedar …

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Good Clean Funds Supports Sober Lives Through Sparkling Tea Sales: This Local Brand Keeps Austin Hydrated & Caffeinated While Helping Those Recovering – Food

[ad_1] Courtesy of CLEAN Cause In a world increasingly aware – and vocal – of the realities of drug addiction and addiction, more alcohol-free options are appearing in bars, restaurants and store shelves. But an Austin-born brand keeps Austin hydrated and caffeinated while actively supporting those who are recovering. Wes …

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Austin Police Not Ending 6th Street Weekend Closures Yet

[ad_1] AUSTIN (KXAN) – On Monday, a memo from the Austin Police Department and City of Austin offered further updates on several actions as part of the Safer Sixth Street initiative, which aims to scale up efforts to security along the entertainment district amid a spike in violent crime. Among …

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COVID variant disrupts vacation travel but not shopping – KXAN Austin

[ad_1] The latest variant of COVID-19 is shaking up the vacation plans of tens of thousands of travelers – but it hasn’t done much harm to vacation shopping. Airlines canceled hundreds of additional flights on Sunday, citing staff issues related to COVID-19, as the country’s travel problems lingered beyond Christmas, …

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Stencil Group looks to the future in former YMCA building – Austin Daily Herald

[ad_1] With a successful apartment complex already established in Austin, the Stencil Group is looking to add another to the site of a familiar Austin landmark. The group, which built Flats on 21 on the northern outskirts of Austin, plans to build an apartment complex on the site of the …

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UK gives £ 1bn to businesses affected by omicron

[ad_1] LONDON (AP) – Britain announced £ 1 billion ($ 1.3 billion) in grants and loans to help the hospitality industry survive the onslaught of the omicron variant of COVID-19, relinquishing in the days of pressure from pubs, restaurants and other businesses that have seen their revenues plunge following public …

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Can he force more citizens to work? – KXAN Austin

[ad_1] LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Even in normal times, Nebraska has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country, with less than two million people and plenty of jobs. But with some workers delaying returning to work after COVID-19 shutdowns, the state has reached new highs, recording the nation’s …

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Expect Lincoln sports bars to be full from first serve to last kill Thursday night | To eat

[ad_1] Lauren Stivrins (26), Aly Batenhorst (14), Lexi Rodriguez (8) and Callie Schwarzenbach (25) of Nebraska greet fans after a win in their last game this season at the Devaney Center. Lincoln bar owners expect a large crowd to turn out on Thursday to cheer on the Huskers in the …

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Takeout 25 embraces the spirit of the season

[ad_1] Takeout 25 embraces the spirit of the season by applying its unique approach to helping restaurants deliver holiday gifts. Takeout 25 created a program to boost business at local restaurants during the winter and a second to show appreciation to hard-working restaurant workers. “It has been a particularly difficult …

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Downtown Austin Alliance, Frida Friday ATX partner for ‘The People’s Market’

[ad_1] AUSTIN, Texas – People of all ages, genders and backgrounds gathered in Place de la République on Sunday afternoon to support local businesses and celebrate the diversity of the community. “I think the goal is to really give people a voice and give everyone a platform because we want …

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From hamburger joints to custom-made furniture: 4 companies soon in Hutto

[ad_1] From a custom furniture maker to a few new burger restaurants, several new businesses are coming to Hutto soon. Burger King purchased land at 100 Chris Kelley Blvd., Hutto, right next to the Dutch Bros. Newly opened Coffee, according to Maribel Forte, representative of Evergreen Commercial Real Estate. Burger …

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Ohio Sportsbook Ready Local Bars and Restaurants

[ad_1] YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN0 – Ohio has waited on the sidelines as 32 states have legalized sports betting. Now Ohio is ready to step into the game. Lawmakers approved it, now it’s up to the governor. Restaurant group sends appeal to Congress to stay open Sports bars and restaurants were …

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New York City to impose vaccination mandate on private employers

[ad_1] New York Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks at a virtual press conference, Thursday, December 2, 2021, in New York City. (AP Photo) NEW YORK (AP) – Employers in New York City will have to impose COVID-19 vaccinations on their workers under new rules announced by Mayor Bill de Blasio …

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The luxury home market in Austin, Texas is booming

[ad_1] Austin, Texas (Photo credit: iStock) Luxury home sellers in Austin, Texas feel like they’ve found oil. That’s because prices for mansions in one of the country’s hottest markets have skyrocketed over the past year, rising nearly 33% from 2020, according to the Wall Street Journal. Demand in and around …

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Gift Guide: Holiday Shopping in Austin

[ad_1] Avoid supply chain pitfalls and help an Austin business by buying local this holiday season. we rounded gift ideas that bring a slice of Austin to your loved ones. Christmas stocking: New Origin Shop’s offerings of Austin-made jewelry, bath bombs, soap dishes, silk scarves and more. Don’t miss the …

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Koko’s Bavarian Spreads the Germans, Tèo Gelato Gets Boozy, Curry Pizza House is opening soon its doors and much more: all the news to thrill your taste buds – Food

[ad_1] Here’s some of what’s happening on the Austin food scene, as evidenced by numerous PR posts, digital street words, and even occasional (verified) IRL tunes. Ach! The array of German food and drink at Koko’s Bavarian is, as Kurt Wagner might say, unglaublich! (Photo by Mackenzie Smith Kelley) Yes …

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South Austin’s public engagement threatened by relocation of land use planning committee meeting place, commissioners say

[ad_1] Deputy City Manager Rodney Gonzalez answered questions from commissioners and board members at a meeting on November 29. (Maggie Quinlan / Community Impact Journal) City of Austin staff have asked the planning council and land use commissions to move their city hall meetings to a new location, but council …

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How Austin Became One of America’s Least Affordable Cities

[ad_1] AUSTIN – In recent years, in one of America’s fastest growing cities, change has come at a feverish pace in the Texas capital, with churches demolished, mobile home parks razed and haunted neighborhoods replaced by trendy restaurants and luxury apartments. complex. The transformation was felt perhaps most acutely across …

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Four Seasons Unveils Hill Country Lakeside Residences from $ 4M

[ad_1] A Four Seasons residential property arrives at a site near the iconic Pennybacker Bridge in West Austin. Private Four Season Lake Austin Residences will be built on a secluded hill above a 90 degree turn into the lake. The 145-acre community will include 179 luxury homes overlooking Lake Austin …

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Hundreds protest Rittenhouse’s acquittal across the US – KXAN Austin

[ad_1] Posted: November 20, 2021 / 7:16 PM CST / Update: November 21, 2021 / 12:23 AM CST About 100 people gathered in downtown Portland, Oregon near the Multnomah County Justice Center to protest Kyle Rittenhouse’s verdict, occasionally and mostly chanting in and along Southwest Main Street. (Mark Graves / …

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U.S. jobless claims drop for seventh consecutive week to 268,000 – Austin Daily Herald

[ad_1] WASHINGTON – The number of Americans claiming unemployment benefits fell for the seventh week in a row to a pandemic low of 268,000. Unemployment claims in the United States fell by 1,000 last week from the previous week, the Labor Department reported Thursday. Unemployment assistance claims are a proxy …

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Five Things That Makes Perfect Austin Studio Tour Luggage-Size Gifts: Cool Stuff Small Enough to Wrap – Arts

[ad_1] The Austin Studio Tour is a combination of the pre-pandemic West Austin Studio Tour and the East Austin Studio Tour, all sponsored and presented by Big Medium and their many community partners. The first weekend covered the West; the second weekend covered West and East; this last weekend (Sat-Sun, …

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Defying inflation, Americans increased spending last month – Austin Daily Herald

[ad_1] WASHINGTON – Many Americans have a darker outlook on the economy as inflation has worsened. Yet, so far, they don’t seem less willing to spend freely at retailers – an encouraging sign for the crucial holiday shopping season. Buoyed by strong hires, healthy wage gains and substantial savings resulting …

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11 businesses now open or coming to Round Rock

[ad_1] New businesses continue to open in Round Rock, including new restaurants, salons and health care clinics. The following list details a few businesses now open or planned in the region. OPEN Action behavior centers opened a new location at 1493 E. Old Settlers Blvd., Round Rock, on August 31. …

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Best vegan restaurants in Austin – eat Austin

[ad_1] While Austin is often known as a barbecue town, vegans can still feel right at home with the city’s solid base of meatless restaurants. There is plenty of soy protein (hello, tofu, and tempeh) and green vegetables to meet everyone’s plant-based dietary needs. Here is the Eater’s guide to …

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