(map) This annual festival starts next Friday and runs through Saturday at The Backyard. There’ll be live music, food, and new this year, a bigger Craft BrewHaus, featuring local craft beers from Infamous Brewing, Twisted X, Jester King and more. Lake Travis SpringFest website
Brunch anytime is egg-citing, but especially so on Easter, because we have so many great choices. Restaurants below will showcase everything from fabulous food to live music, Easter egg hunts, even a
(map) Next Saturday from 12 to 5, Real Ale Brewing Company throws its annual anniversary bash with food, live music and beer. The list of brews on tap includes Firemans 4, Lost Gold IPA, 4 Squared, Brewhouse Brown, Rio Blanco Pale, Full Moon Pale Rye, Devil’s Backbone, Hans’ Pils, 18th Anniversary Gose, Hefeweizen, Sword Iron Swan, Real [...]
(map) This three-day event starts this Friday, and offers everything you could want from a small-town festival: parades (including a pet parade), food, live music, dancing, a biergarten, arts and crafts, a carnival, fun runs and more. Take the scenic route to town from any direction, and you’ll see why lawmakers named Burnet the “Bluebonnet Capital [...]
(map) These local ranchers are the newest addition to Sunday’s Lone Star Farmers Market in Bee Cave. Southern Traditions has been supplying some of Austin’s finest chefs with healthier, grass-fed beef, and is now selling directly to us. Above, the New York strip, one of the tastiest cuts you can buy. Below, here’s the booth to [...]
(map) A hit last year, this “celebration of all things olive” is back this Saturday at Texas Hill Country Olive Company in Drippin’. Not just for olive-lovers, the festival offers local foods and wine tastings by 16 Hill Country wineries, including Messina Hof, Duchman, Lewis Cellars, and William Chris. There are samples from ten local restaurants, [...]
One of the most unique, exclusive, and fantastic events of SXSW takes place out West. For the 80s film “Red Headed Stranger,” crews built a replica of an entire old-West town out on Willie’s ranch near Spicewood. During South By, record labels throw one of the biggest parties out in Luck, Texas, complete with free [...]
It’s no blarney – out West, we are celebrating the wearin’ o’ the green with food and drink specials plus live music. Below, a guide with quick descriptions and links to more info. Cheers!
(map) Last Friday, the Dripping Springs Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting for the newest business in booming Drippin’. Open for lunch and tea, Kell Cat offers Irish specialties like fish and chips, shepherd’s pie, and spatchcock chicken. Irish teas, homemade breads and light plates served in the afternoon. It’s BYOB, so cheers to that!
(map) The former Noble Pig chefs are now hamming it up in their new location, which boasts a bigger dining room. The paucity of parking at their old place gives way to a plethora of spots here. What hasn’t changed is their amazing cooking: dishes with a laser-like focus on house-made and