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Photo: KGSR/Chris Mosser | Follow Chris on Twitter and Facebook ! The Historic Scoot Inn is second only to Scholz Garten in longevity here in Austin, and only by five years or so. In its modern day state, the Scoot is host to a wide variety of business; I've enjoyed nutso indie...
Photo: Chris Mosser/KGSR | Follow Chris on Twitter and Facebook ! Here at Christmastime, it's interesting to think of Lala's Little Nugget in Crestview - for me, it's been bringing the best parts of the Christmas spirit to life since 1972, and in a way has claimed that spirit...
Photo: Chris Mosser/KGSR | Follow Chris on Facebook and Twitter ! Since its origins as a humble little BBQ pit on the side of a lonely Texas country highway in 1967, the Roberts family has been steering The Salt Lick towards its current status as a bona fide culinary legend in...
Photo: Chris Mosser/KGSR | Follow Chris on Twitter and Facebook ! Generally speaking, the establishments deemed "classic" enough for the Grand Old Austin Tour tend to be in the central part of town, or maybe to the south or east of the central core. But there's one place along...
Photo: Chris Mosser | Follow Chris on Twitter and Facebook ! Pretty sure it was the name that threw me, but it took me over a decade to figure out that Joe's Bakery hosts some of the finest Mexican breakfast in this town, and has been doing so under the guidance of the founder's...
The images coming out of Mexico City have been just horrible to watch - of course they happen to coincide with horrific images from Florida and Puerto Rico, not to mention the huge mess still remaining to be dealt with on our own Texas coast. Being in a foreign country, the...
Photo: Chris Mosser | Follow Chris on Twitter and Facebook ! Eddie Wilson is probably our town's most accomplished storyteller - it can be a little tough to keep Eddie on topic, because the stories he tells tend to intertwine with one another, just like they do in real life. The...
Photo: Emily Ergas | Follow Chris on Twitter and Facebook ! This town is up to its hung-over eyeballs in brunches anymore, but for me the quentissential weekend brunch is the brunch of Bangers, complete with a great big ol' ManMosa to make things right. Owner Ben Siegel followed...
Photo: Chris Mosser/KGSR | Follow Chris on Facebook and Twitter ! The Original Hoffbrau on West 6th is not only one of Austin's oldest businesses, it's (arguably) the oldest restaurant in town continually owned by the same family, founded in 1932 at the height of the Great...