So this is a little art project I call "99 masks" of masks I photographed in situ while picking up litter during my daily strolls. Most of these are from my Austin neighborhood in Allandale, but there are also masks from other parts of town, San Marcos, San Antonio, and Fort Stockton. I find masks … Continue reading 99 masks
Call it what you will (covid fatigue?), but we finally ventured out and ate at a restaurant for the first time since March...
All in all, Kinda Tropical has created something kinda special, the non-pretentious lo-fi/hi-fi combo that we love so much.
I can't say that I've ever woken up and said to myself "I'm gettin' a chicken salad sammich today!"
Fresa's follows all the state and local rules with mask-wearing and social distancing and, with ample outdoor space, is a glorious place to eat.
One of the worst kept secrets in town is that you can order off-menu biscuits at Olamaie, and, oh my, are they delicious. Soft on the inside, crunchy on the outside, and richer than your cousin who bought Tesla at $100.
"Mad Jack," I said as I reached the head of the line, "I owe you an apology."
For good timing, you sure can’t beat Kitchen United. A pre-covid concept, Kitchen United leases space to ghost kitchens, professional kitchens that only do pick-up and delivery.
According to Yelp, almost 20,000 restaurants have permanently closed in the United States as of August 31st.
These scones are honestly homemade evoking the full charm and personality of a rustic country house among the wolds of Surrey Hills with "God Save the Queen" on the radio (quite possibly the Sex Pistols' version).