Looks like the next Austin location for the famous Indian San Francisco chain Curry Up Now will be in the Northside Estate, as reported by Austin Business Journal. Her goal is to open this year with tikka masala burritos, tandoori fried chicken sandwiches and pani puri. Its address will be 11501 Rock Rose Boulevard, but it’s unclear which suite it supports.
Restaurant closures and temporary vacations
Valentina’s Tex Mex barbecue is Austin’s Tex-Mex barbecue truck in the south to make a break from Monday June 28 to Thursday July 8.
The restaurant Crestview Tex-Mex Enchiladas y Mas closed for a break from Sunday June 27 and will reopen for service Tuesday July 6.
Relocation of the farmer’s market
the Texas Farmer’s Market Mueller location moves around the neighborhood. He will leave his former home at Browning Hangar to join the pavilion at Mary Elizabeth Branch Park on 2006 Philomena Street. The new house has indoor and outdoor spaces. The official opening will take place on Sunday June 27 at 10 a.m. The next opening hours will be weekly on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Austin’s taco mafia
Texas monthly registers with Austin’s Taco Mafia – a group of taco / restaurant truck owners and chefs made up of Nixta Taqueria, La Tunita 512, Cuantos Tacos and Discada – on how they became friends and ultimately fed the city during the winter storm in February, with the help of non-taco spots Dough Boys, Comadre Panaderia and Trill Foods.
Pride pop-up window
The South Austin Still Austin Whiskey Co. Distillery is holding a Pride Pop-Up Market on Saturday, June 26 from 5 to 9 p.m. at 440 East St. Elmo Road, Unit F. Food vendors include La Barbecue, Patika Coffee, Madhu Chocolate, Lick Honest Ice Creams and Still’s food truck, the Bearded Baking Co. Tickets are $ 10, partial profits will go to the non-profit organization Out Youth.
Expansion of the brewery
Cedar Park Red Horn Coffee House is expanding with a second location this month, as reported by Community impact. On deck are the usual offerings of beer, coffee and tacos from the Tacomaye food truck. He has been in Leander at 1615 Scottsdale Drive, Building 1, Suite 110 since June 21.
The downtown cocktail bar, the Roosevelt Room, is celebrating its sixth anniversary with a party on Sunday, June 27. The party will also feature a special menu from the bar’s new bartenders: Armando Garza, Chris Rhoden and Curtis Janto. It starts at 1 p.m.
The downtown Hilton Austin hotel has a new executive chef: Daniel Ben-David. He will oversee the two restaurants, Cannon + Belle and Austin Taco Project, as well as the hotel’s general food, beverage and catering operations. Prior to joining the Austin Hotel, he was a chef at a California Resort Hotel del Coronado.
Branded pool party
Frozen food company Daily Harvest is hosting a weekend poolside party open to the public at The Line hotel in downtown Austin. The menu includes free alcoholic smoothies, flatbreads, and frozen dairy-free desserts. It runs from Friday, June 25 to Sunday, June 27, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.