In this issue, holiday hours begin for some, a correction from AVN, and Austin Veg events this week. But first…
COVID-19 cases in Austin and Texas are on the rise. To protect yourself and your loved ones, follow this Holiday Safety Guidance provided by AustinTexas.gov. Also, the Austin-Travis County Health Authority has extended the existing COVID-19 emergency rules, which includes masks requirements and social distancing for restaurants through the end of 2020.
In Austin Veg News
Bodhi Viet Vegan closes from November 12 through December 3.
Milky Way Shakes updates their hours.
And they posted their holiday hours, too.
AVN correction: Weeks ago, a new food truck, Rogue Radish, opened. When it opened, it labeled itself as a vegetarian/vegan restaurant. We’ve shared their updates, which essentially promoted this food truck as such. Last week, we learned that the restaurant offers meat products upon request, something we, admittedly, might have missed.
We reached out to Rogue Radish to confirm our findings. Here is their response: “Sorry if there was some confusion. We have had locally sourced goat and eggs on our menu from day one. We’re more committed to whole/unprocessed foods than veganism; however, our bowl without additions is 100% vegan.”
AVN’s focus is on vegan and vegetarian businesses, so we will no longer follow or share Rogue Radish updates.
Austin Veg in the Media
TRIBEZA highlights Gati in “Ice Cream From Thai Fresh Has Its Own Location At Gati In East Austin.”
Attending Veg Events
Rebel Cheese and William Chris Vineyards are co-hosting “Date Night Wine & Cheese Tasting with William Chris,” Friday, November 20, at 7:00 PM. Ticket and cheese board required.
Rancher Advocacy Program and others will host “RAP Summit | Evolving Beyond Animal Agriculture,” Saturday, November 21, at 12:00 PM. Registration is required.
Counter Culture and I.S. Sushi are co-hosting a sushi night, Monday, November 16, starting at 5:00 PM.
In Case You Missed Veg
Remember to check “Where to Get Vegan Thanksgiving Dinner in Austin” often for updates.
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