In this issue, we say goodbye to an Austin icon. Also, hours, doors and dining rooms open up across Austin restaurants. But first…
Early voting continues in Texas this week. Here is a list of voting poll locations in Travis County, including a wait-time map.
Sadly, this is the last week you can eat at Mother’s Cafe. Read our post about its closing announcement here.
Fat Cats Coffee & Desserts updates its hours.
Sweet Ritual opens its doors for to-go orders.
Nissi Vegmex offers delivery now.
The Beer Plant opens its dining room.
Austin Veg News (that’s us!) updates its website. It also launches a new Facebook page to make it easier to follow Austin’s vegan news. You can also follow AVN on Twitter and Instagram.
Veg in the Media
Gati gets more coverage from culturemap Austin in “East Austin freshens up with new vegan ice cream and coffee shop.”
Austin Food Magazine tweeted about NadaMoo!’s collaboration with Austin Eastciders:
Their partnership has also caught BREWBOUND’s attention: “Austin Eastciders and NadaMoo! Launch Hard Cider-Infused Ice Cream.”
Chron highlights Sassy’s Vegetarian Soul Food in “Austin’s Street Food Scene: Vegan Soul.”
Nom Burgers shares the spotlight in Austin Chronicle’s “Five New Burger Spots for a New Austin.”
Speaking of voting, Counter Culture is on Eater Austin’s list of “Austin Restaurants Offering Free Food and Discounts to Texas Voters.”
Citizen Eatery gets a mention in We Heart’s “Exploring Wellness in Austin, Texas.”
A new, Austin-based startup hits the vegan scene. Check out Boozy Bites in this business journal: “Boozy Bites, an edible alcohol tech startup, aims to reinvent the Jello shot.”
The Vegan Rainbow serves another seasonal treat.
Liz Velatini shares how to make “Pumpkin Protein Balls.”
Li’l Nonna’s is hiring.
Texas Animal Freedom Fighters hosts “Protest Urban Outfitters for Hurting Animals for Clothing!” on Saturday, October 24, at 2:30 PM.
Bunny’s Cake Shop shares Frida Friday ATX’s October virtual market.
Not Exactly Austin but…
Cheese-lovers rejoice. According to LIVEKINDLY, “Vegan Babybel Cheese to Hit the Stores Next Year.”
Thanks for reading this week’s newsletter. Stay well, and we’ll see you next week.
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