Since my schedule is more flexible these days and I can work remotely more often, I’ve been trying to explore a lot of the places that have been collecting dust on my “to-visit” list. I knocked out a bunch of them in my latest Austin Eats Round-Up blog, but Swedish Hill Bakery Deli & Cafe … More Swedish Hill Bakery, Deli & Cafe
For a while there, DipDipDip Tatsu-ya was all anyone could talk about. I love everything the Tatsu-ya team puts together, so I knew I had to visit. Reservations are a must here (unless you want to visit at 10pm), so I booked them about a month in advance! This post is NOT sponsored. We felt … More DipDipDip Tatsu-ya: Worth the Hype?
Located in a basement below 4th Street, DuMont’s Down Low is a perfectly chill speakeasy. It’s not a place for wild parties, but a place where adults can go to relax, grab an after-work drink, and socialize in a calm, down-to-earth environment with top-notch drinks. While I did receive complimentary drinks from Dumont’s, all honest opinions are my … More DuMont’s Down Low
El Alma has been on my “to-visit” list for a long time. It’s one of the staple restaurants on Barton Springs (since 2011) that I drive by over and over, but I’ve never stopped to check it out! Recently, I attended a happy hour dinner on their wonderful rooftop patio and loved it. While I … More El Alma
Welcome to another edition of Austin Eats Round-Up! Think of these posts like little glimpses into what I’m loving right now for the month of March. Links to all the locations are included in the post. Previous editions can be found here: Austin Eats Round-Up. Bento Picnic 2600 E Cesar Chavez St. Austin, Texas 78702 Bento … More Austin Eats Round-Up (ed. 15)