Welcome to the Austin Veg News Weekly, a newsletter providing updates about last week’s happenings, local media coverage highlights and upcoming events.
In this edition, we cover:
- A break-in
- Business operation updates
Whole Foods opens an East Austin location where you can also find Pie Jacked products.
The Buzz Mill announces its business hour changes and the return of delivery services and to-go cocktails.
Li’l Nonna’s posts its July hours.
Cosmo’s Kitchen posts new hours.
Rebel Cheese reaches 10,000 followers on Instagram.
NadaMoo! announces five winners to receive free ice cream for one year as part of its 15th birthday celebration.
Dear Diary Coffeehouse closes its dining room in response to the rise of Covid-19 cases.
The Vegan Nom, East Austin Coffee and Curcuma suffer break-ins.
In the Media
Citizen Eatery, Bistro Vonish, Wasota Vegan Paradise, Plow Burger, Rebel Cheese, The Beer Plant, Arlo’s, Nissi Vegan, The Vegan Nom, Counter Culture, Plow Bao, The Vegan Yacht and Li’l Nonna’s share the spotlight in Eater Austin’s “Austin for Vegans: Where to Find the Best Meat-Free Takeout.”
Eater Austin mentions Luv Fats Ice Cream in “A Running List of Farmers Markets in the Austin Area.”
Alcalde features Siete Family Foods in “Siete Family Foods Is Reimagining Mexican-American Cuisine.”
CBS Austin speaks with Chris Rios of The Vegan Nom about the break-ins in “East Austin food truck park broken into, adding burden to business hit hard by pandemic.”
Rebel Cheese is one of “Austin’s 16 best new restaurants compete for coveted Tastemakers crown” as posted by Culture Map Austin.
Bone-a-fide Vegan Bistro to soft open Friday, July 10.
HapPea Vegans to reopen window service Friday, July 10.