(map) If you love pastrami, you owe it to yourself to try the best pastrami sandwich in Texas (and maybe even the US). The original vision for Pieous was to be all about pizza (get it? pie). But then the previous owner left behind his smoker, which inspired chef Josh to cure and smoke his [...]
(map) “Texas Bubbly” sounds like it should be made from grapes. But the creative minds at Argus had another idea. Why not use all Texas-grown apples, press and ferment them into sparkling hard cider? Delicious (not a Texas variety, by the way)! They’ve been bottling cider for a couple of years, but just opened
(map) The newest way to espresso yourself in Dripping Springs, Mazama opened two weeks ago on historic Mercer Street. Located in a former ironworks shop, the cafe has been transformed into a cozy space lined with reclaimed wood. Family owned and operated, Mazama serves locally roasted
Here are the best places out West serving Thanksgiving dinner, or preparing the entire meal to go, with links to more details:
(map) Dining here is like starring in a real-life “Fried Green Tomatoes.” This cozy place is a vintage Southern cottage, in the midst of a small nursery selling herbs, vegetables and native plants. You can savor the farm-fresh ingredients inside, then pick up your own after lunch!
The fall festivals keep coming! This one Saturday on historic Mercer Street.
Guest post by Beth Lebwohl, courtesy of Culture Map Austin Pure Luck Farm and Dairy produces some of the finest goat cheese this side of the Mississippi; each year for over a decade, the American Cheese Society has presented Pure Luck owner Amelia Sweethardt with a ribbon or two to take back home to her 5-acre [...]
(map) The fall festival season begins tomorrow, Sept. 8th, with the 5th annual Dripping with Taste. 22 Texas wineries and four craft breweries will join dozens of local specialty vendors and chefs, like Rolling in Thyme & Dough, above. Your entry fee buys you a souvenir glass and six tastes. It’s a fun, easy way [...]