Ring in 2019 in style and give you and yours a break for the end or beginning of the year. Celebrate with a champagne toast at one of the many Texas restaurants offering special dinner options or head out for brunch the next day to recover from a late night of festivities.
If you’re simply cooked out for the year, have no fear, there are so many great places ready to take care of you. Here’s a list of places you can dine-in on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day in Austin. Be sure to call ahead for reservations.
More than 20 of the nominees for the 2018 James Beard Award are from Texas and we couldn’t be more proud of and excited for them. Get some of their delicious recipes inside!
Texas comfort food favorites with a twist on Goodtaste with Tanji! Savor scratch-made dishes at State Fare, make Odd Duck a “must-try” and take a bite of gourmet goodness at Backyard Bistro.
Texas comfort food ‘with a twist’ at fabulous dining destinations across the state this weekend on Goodtaste with Tanji! SET YOUR DVR for June 10-11! There is also a time change for this week for San Antonio folks!
Here’s lookin’ at you, Season 2! Find all 13 episodes right here, ready for viewing on your time. Reruns are also airing on TV right now in our usual time slots. As for Season 3…we’ll see! Stay tuned!
What’s in season is what drives the ever-in-flux menu at Odd Duck. Locals at this culinary gem know that the spirit of Austin rings loud and true here…
Season 2 kicks off with a scrumptious spread at Supper! Then, terrific Tex Mex at Ninfa’s on Navigation – the birthplace of the fajita! And, farm fresh fare at Odd Duck in ATX. Here we GO!
Local, seasonal fare is spreading in South Austin. It’s a commitment that star chef Bryce Gilmore made prior to Odd Duck’s brick & mortar opening with its sister location just down Lamar, Barley Swine. Sleek, modern and inviting, we’ve been anxious to try Chef’s seasonal menu at Odd Duck…
From the colorful imagination of Chef Bryce Gilmore (Barley Swine) comes this seriously smooth Summerthyme libation. Odd Duck’s cuisine has a seasonal Texas influence, and their cocktails follow suit! Made with Old Tom gin, cucumber soda, dill, and thyme. Cheers to summer’s end!