|Keen's Steakhouse: Creamed Spinach, Potatoes, & Prime Rib|
Friday, October 25, 2013
Sunday, October 13, 2013
|Top: Ron Burgundy & Mother Clucker|
Bottom: Dirty South
I was in Austin for the weekend for Austin City Limits Music Festival. After 2 glorious days, I woke up on Sunday refreshed and full of energy- especially excited for the lineup. However, I was quickly informed of the cancellation. My friends and I went through the stages of grief and when we were done decided to meet up for Brunch. Luckily, one of my friends still lives in Austin and is a foodie so knew just where we should meet: Gourdough's Public House. And so, we drowned our sorrows in DOUGHNUTS!
|Salt Lick & Chi'lantro Picnic|
When you live in Austin, going to Austin City Limits Festival seems like a total pain in the behind. Then, when you leave Austin, you kick yourself in the behind for not going. This year we had the pleasure of attending 2/3 of ACL (3rd day was rained out) with some of my best pals. Here's a look at the fantastic offerings at Austin Eats.
For dinner on Friday, we made ourselves a mini picnic with our friends and shared a Pork Rib Boat, Chopped Beef Sandwiches, and Sloppy Nachos from The Salt Lick with a side of The Original Kimchi Fries from Chi'lantro.
Thursday, October 10, 2013
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
|Stella Public House: Roasted Summer Squash|
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
|Breakfast Klub: Chicken & Waffles|
Traveled to Houston for work this week and was looking forward to a food detox, but that was before I discovered that the coworker that I was traveling with is an amazing Food Tour Guide. He would probably shy away from the "foodie" title, but dude knows good food. Especially when it comes to his area of expertise: pizza.
On our first night in town we met up with a former colleague to try out Crisp. This place has been getting a lot of buzz in the Houston scene for their pizza, so everyone wanted to get his take.
|Green Vegetarian Cuisine: Buffalo Fingers & Cece's Stir Fry|
I was in Texas on a work trip with a pretty awesome coworker who was spot on with his restaurant recommendations. So when we rolled into San Antonio and mentioned Green Vegetarian Cuisine I was all on board. We went to the Pearl Brewery location which was a pretty cool little area. Having been before, my coworker insisted we get the Buffalo Fingers appetizer and I was more than happy to give them a try.