Austin’s restaurant scene is constantly growing and evolving, and Jessica Dupuy, food editor at CultureMap.com, has her eye on five openings expected between now and the summer. Click the player above to hear our conversation and read her article at CultureMap.
It was perhaps the most well-known food trailer park in Austin, but now the mobile food vendors on the 1600 block of South Congress have been given a date by when they’ll have to leave: May 25.
SOCO ATX Development notified vendors last week. The company plans to build a three-story hotel on the lot, according to documents filed with the city. The building will include space for retail and a two-story underground parking garage.
Interview with Austin American-Statesman food critic Matthew Odam
Sway is one of the most talked about new restaurants in South Austin, but it’s not exactly on the lower end of the price scale. A couple people could easily rack up a $60 tab before ordering any drinks. So is it worth it?
To help answer that question we spoke with Austin American-Statesman restaurant critic Matthew Odam.
In the area between downtown and the University of Texas, there are not a lot of food options, writes Austin American-Statesman restaurant critic Matthew Odam. In his latest review, Odam writes about Cherry Street, a restaurant that brings some Italian flavor to the area.
Odam dropped by KUT today and talked about the Cherry Street's appeal to the Capitol lunch crowd and its effort to build an evening service. Listen to what he had to say by clicking the player above.