In this issue, one truck reopens, one truck turns into a brick-n-mortar and another has new hours. But first…
Roots to Nature announces that it’s closing for business. Thank you, Roots to Nature, for all you’ve contributed to Austin’s vegan community. We wish you well in your next venture.
The Vegan Yacht announces the soft opening of its brick-n-mortar location for Wednesday, September 9.
Milky Way Shakes fans need not wait much longer. MWS announces its reopening for Friday, September 11.
Bone-a-fide Vegan Bistro announces new hours.
Veg in the Media
culturemap Austin and VEGWORLD Magazine highlight Nom Burgers opening in “New vegan ‘junk food’ truck bites into East Austin trailer park” and “Nom Burgers Launches Austin’s Newest Vegan Food Truck, Sells Out Opening Day!”
VEGWORLD Magazine highlights Rebel Cheese, Mission Street Burrito, Dear Diary, Bouldin Creek Cafe and Citizen Eatery in “Where to Eat Brunch in Texas’ Vegan Mecca: Austin.”
Cara, also known as The Great Full Girl, and Harley make some vegan s’mores at The Getaway House in the hill country. Check out the their video.
Get better at making your own veg delights with “How To Use a Chef’s Knife in the Kitchen” by Salty Lemon Sister.
Also, LIVEKINDLY shows us how to “Get Ready for Fall With This Vegan Pumpkin Banana Bread.”
Not Veg but…
Lovers of hard cider and arcades now can have both at Bishop Cidercade. Check out 365 Things Austin’s “Bishop Cidercade is Now Open.”
Not Austin but…
“U.S Vegan Cooking Show Goes Global After Amazon Prime Success.” —Pland Based News
“Beyond Meat is Now Shipping Directly to Consumers.” —One Green Planet
“Jamba Introduces Vegan Pumpkin Smash Smoothie.” —VegNews
“Wildway Partners With Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation.” —VEGWORLD Magazine
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