Austin Restaurants

Troy Aikman’s latest business venture? Beer

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman announced on Tuesday, Jan.4, 2022 that he is entering the beer business. He co-founded an Austin-based company that will launch Eight, a 90-calorie light beer, in Texas in early 2022. Aikman had teased the partnership for months on Instagram, including in a post in …

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This app helps prevent food waste by connecting consumers to surplus food at local restaurants in Providence and Boston.

“It blew up a light bulb,” she told The Globe. “This is something that could happen every night at any local food store. “ Basch said she started partnering with like-minded entrepreneurs and quickly co-founded To Good To Go, a new app (available for iOS in the Apple Store and …

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The most read stories of 2021 from Cedar Park, Leander

HEB opened its second Leander store in November. (Taylor Girtman / Community Impact Journal) From restaurant announcements to winter storm updates, here are the 10 Most Read Online Stories of 2021 from the Cedar Park-Leander Edition of Community impact journal. 1. ROUNDUP: 7 restaurants to come in the Cedar Park-Leander …

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Good Clean Funds Supports Sober Lives Through Sparkling Tea Sales: This Local Brand Keeps Austin Hydrated & Caffeinated While Helping Those Recovering – Food

Courtesy of CLEAN Cause In a world increasingly aware – and vocal – of the realities of drug addiction and addiction, more alcohol-free options are appearing in bars, restaurants and store shelves. But an Austin-born brand keeps Austin hydrated and caffeinated while actively supporting those who are recovering. Wes Hurt …

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Austin Police Not Ending 6th Street Weekend Closures Yet

AUSTIN (KXAN) – On Monday, a memo from the Austin Police Department and City of Austin offered further updates on several actions as part of the Safer Sixth Street initiative, which aims to scale up efforts to security along the entertainment district amid a spike in violent crime. Among the …

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COVID variant disrupts vacation travel but not shopping – KXAN Austin

The latest variant of COVID-19 is shaking up the vacation plans of tens of thousands of travelers – but it hasn’t done much harm to vacation shopping. Airlines canceled hundreds of additional flights on Sunday, citing staff issues related to COVID-19, as the country’s travel problems lingered beyond Christmas, with …

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Stencil Group looks to the future in former YMCA building – Austin Daily Herald

With a successful apartment complex already established in Austin, the Stencil Group is looking to add another to the site of a familiar Austin landmark. The group, which built Flats on 21 on the northern outskirts of Austin, plans to build an apartment complex on the site of the old …

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UK gives £ 1bn to businesses affected by omicron

LONDON (AP) – Britain announced £ 1 billion ($ 1.3 billion) in grants and loans to help the hospitality industry survive the onslaught of the omicron variant of COVID-19, relinquishing in the days of pressure from pubs, restaurants and other businesses that have seen their revenues plunge following public health …

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Can he force more citizens to work? – KXAN Austin

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Even in normal times, Nebraska has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country, with less than two million people and plenty of jobs. But with some workers delaying returning to work after COVID-19 shutdowns, the state has reached new highs, recording the nation’s lowest …

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