On Monday, the Good Food Foundation announced the 513 finalists for its national Good Food Awards. Among those 513 finalists are seven Austin-area food and drink purveyors, standing out from among nearly 2,000 submissions in 18 categories.
OK, we’ve had the opportunity to experience lodging and dining at a number of local hotels in the past year, and, yeah, we’ve already mentioned a few of them and their attractive amenities in one section or another of your Austin Chronicle. But now –
Many have whispered about the little pizzeria located inside a South Austin gas station, one that makes wood-fired pizzas so delicious whole pies were often consumed inside cars, too good to make the trip home.
Welcome to a whole new year, and here’s some of what's happening in Austin's culinary scene – as wrangled from numerous PR releases, words on the digital street, and even the occasional (verified) IRL eavesdroppings.
There are only a very few wines on earth that I would spend over $75 on. But then I admit to being odd for a wine lover; plenty oenophiles would gladly part with 100 times that price for a bottle of French wine.