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Though Austin excels at launching quick-service concepts like P. Terry's Burger Stand and Flyrite Chicken, most of the big players have focused on comfort over health. That may soon change as locally owned eatery Honest Mary's opens its second outpost at 4800 Burnet Rd. #C300. According to a release, the anticipated Rosedale location will debut on January 22. Like the original Arboretum shop, it will focus on customizable grain bowls made with local vegetables and... ...
As we sit in Anthony Demetre’s Wild Honey in the Sofitel St James hotel I can’t help but feel relaxed. It’s a large, bright and cheery space, modern art fills the walls, giant chandeliers fill the ceiling. Service is upbeat and charming. The menu makes you hungry. How about classic bouillabaisse Marseille style? Or classic farmhouse terrine? Or a soup made from partridge, pheasant, woodcock … The post Wild Honey, St James appeared first on Samphire and Salsify. ...
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by Stranger EverOut Staff This month, you can take advantage of non-alcoholic drinks at Cortina, created in collaboration with DRY Soda for Dry January. Ethan Stowell Restaurants via InstagramLooking to decrease your alcohol consumption for January? We've compiled a handy list of places to find mocktails and non-alcoholic beverages around Seattle so you can quench your thirst. For more ideas, check out our list of food and drink specials to try in January and our full food and drink calendar. Carlile RoomThe "booze-free" menu at Tom Douglas's swanky lounge includes a house ginger ale, kombucha on tap, a "shrub du jour," the "party in pink mocktail," "fancy root beer," sodas, and sparkling or still water.Downtown ...
Editor's note: We get it. It can be difficult to keep up with the fast pace of Austin's restaurant and bar scene. We have you covered with our regular roundup of essential food news. Openings and closings East Side King has revealed the locations and opening dates for four new restaurants debuting under a licensing deal between original owner Moto Utsunomiya and local hospitality firm Murphy Adams Restaurant Group. On January 15, the company will... ...
MÃ¡lÃ (numbing and spicy) is one of Sichuan's most famous flavor profiles. Chinese food expert Fuchsia Dunlop offers this video introduction to it as part of a series on the diverse flavors of Sichuan. ...
by Stranger EverOut Staff Tuck into a hearty plate of haggis and sip some whisky in honor of the Scottish poet Robert Burns. ShutterstockFive years after the death of Scottish bard Robert Burns in 1796, a group of friends gathered on his birthday (January 25) to celebrate his life. Today, the tradition persists and often involves haggis, bagpipes, recitations of poetry, drinking songs, revelry, and, of course, copious Scotch whisky. If you'd like to witness the unusual ritual for yourself, here are five events where you can participate in the commemoration of Burns' life. For more food and drink events, check out our full food and drink calendar. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16Big Time BreweryRaise a pint to the "Ploughman Poet" and sing along to rousing Scottish drinking songs performed by vocal group whateverandeveramen. University District ...
Plaza Saltillo is getting a little sweeter. Austin-born gelato company Dolce Neve is opening a new location in the east side development beginning Tuesday, January 21. In celebration of its east side debut, Dolce Neve is offering free scoops at the new shop beginning at 7 pm on opening day. Customers who stop by the new store at 1109 E. Fifth St., Ste. 170, will be treated to a scoop of their choice in a... ...
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