Beloved decades-old eateries are disappearing as they succumb to the same pressures that have rapidly transformed the city.
How is thirteen-year-old Desmond going to save for a car now?
At Italic, the couple behind 24 Diner, Easy Tiger, and Arro worked out the kinks before they opened their doors.
Nose-to-tail, locally sourced, and heavy on the protein: Austin chef Jesse Griffiths’s Dai Due moves from the supper club circuit to a permanent home.
The setting and wine list may be sophisticated, but down-to-earth French fare gives Austin’s La V everyday appeal.
When Lake Travis drops below 660 feet, visitor spending drops by up to $33.8 million, resulting in lost jobs and shuttered businesses. Carlos’n Charlie’s, a 500-plus-seat Mexican restaurant, is the latest casualty.
Paul Qui’s new Austin restaurant firmly establishes him as one of the state’s best chefs. And its most whimsical.
Can Austin’s trendiest restaurateur remake its most venerable establishment?