quick bites: h-mart, foxtrot, voodoo

I see an H-Mart in your future…

The biggest foodie news for the ‘hood is that H-Mart plans to open at the old Saver’s location at 5222 Burnet. H-Mart is a grocery that caters to Asian-Americans and also hosts several restaurants. For example, the existing H-Mart on Lakeline has a dozen food-slingers inside.

Voodoo Doughnut is now open (see review this issue) as is the Chicago-based, fancypants convenience store Foxtrot (4818 Burnet; on-site food and indoor and outdoor seating). Things are sizzling over at Kitchen United (order.kitchenunited.com/austin)with the openings of Burger&Sons, Pokaii (poké), Pomòdoro (pizza), Scooped Cookie Dough Bar, and What the Farm (salads). Pokéworks (3022 West Anderson) is opening April 6th.

Austin’s Very Own Saltt (still not a typo) appears to be close to opening. East Side Pies is also close to opening but will close its Airport location, so my hoped-for decreased delivery time has been brutally thwarted (but they will be closer to my house). Carve American Grille and Verdad True Modern Mexican are actively under construction with spring-summer opening promised. Citing bad weather, staffing costs, and inflation, Fat City Stacks at Yard Bar closed. Also closing was The Violet Crown Clubhouse.

Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot.

That’s right: Saltt with teas for two.

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