It’s been a little while since I’ve felt excited about a restaurant opening in Austin. LaV was probably the last debut that perked my interest. But when I was invited to...
Hotel food. What goes through your mind when you hear those words? Ask me 5 years ago and I’d answer: generic, uninspired, homogeneous. Today, I would say that it depends on who’s in...
A few months ago, I had a sneak peek of the then about-to-open aRoma when they offered some small bites at Mockingbird Domestics. Since that mellow soirée, I’ve been anticipating their...
We’re just past the halfway mark in 2014 and I must already declare laV as my favourite new restaurant in Austin. Yup, I’ve eaten through each of their thoughtfully crafted menus.Read More
Here’s a round-up of unique food & drink events to kick off off your summer in Austin, including Tiki Week, wine-maker’s dinner and more.Read More
Summer is inevitably upon us. I’m temporarily putting the days of steamy ramen bowls and oil-slicked menudo behind me. So where do I go to eat when I feel sluggish in the summer heat? Below are my picks of 8 cool bites and sips that can help you stay refreshed under the Texas sun.Read More
For some reason, Max’s Wine Dive isn’t the first to come to mind when I think of where to dine in Downtown, Austin. Recently, they invited me to check out their latest local, seasonal menu and I’m glad I did. I didn’t realize how much emphasis they place on featuring local flavors and ingredients. Plus, it’s crawfish season and this menu is ideal for those that are too lazy have a boil.Read More
Everyone freak out: ice cream season is upon us!
Let’s be honest. Is there truly such a thing in Texas? As a Canadian, it’s always warm enough here to shove my face into a bowl/ cone/ cup/ waffle bowl/ tub.Read More
I’ve been making my own juices at home for over a year now and I absolutely love it. I own a centrifuge and a masticating/ slow/ cold press juicer (review to follow). I normally juice every other morning, alternating between that and smoothies.Read More
I’m an avid supporter of the little guys. You know, the often underrated restaurants that pour their hearts in; the ones that strive to do their best despite not getting a lot of buzz. As an entrepreneur myself, I have an even fonder, deeper appreciation for all the hard work that goes into starting a business from scratch. Kin & Comfort in Austin is one of those spots that rely on diners’ word of mouth.Read More