In this issue, two new shops open, one will potentially close, and one will close. But first…
The community could see Sundaze close. Raine Hopper posted a GoFundMe to ask for help with some repairs. Check out their fundraiser, “Sundaze or Bust,” for more details.
In more sad news, Cosmo’s Kitchen announced that this will be its last week open.
In Austin Veg News
Maha Market soft-opened Wednesday, December 2.
Also, on Wednesday, San Antonio based Project Pollo opened a restaurant in Austin.
Possum Pizza extends their hours.
As of yesterday, Revolution Vegan Kitchen has begun brunch again.
Big Nonna’s just announced this morning, they are now open on Mondays!
And ICYMI, we started a list: “Where to Get Vegan Christmas and Winter Holiday Food in Austin.” Be sure to check it often for updates.
Austin Veg in the Media
Gati made Austin Eater’s list, “Where to Preorder Takeout Holiday Desserts From Austin Bakeries.”
Thai Fresh makes Austin360’s list, “Soup, ramen, curry: 30 Austin dishes to keep you warm.”
The Austin Chronicle features Big Nonna’s and Sweet Ritual in “New Vegan Pizza and Ice Cream Shop Open in North Austin.”
Rolando Garza of Lick It Up Austin was on FML: Food, Music, Life discussing his favorite meal in Austin and the vegan scene.
Attending Veg Events
The Ohio State Alumni Club of Austin will host “Virtual Wine and Vegan Cheese Tasting” with Rebel Cheese, Thursday, December 10 at 7:00 PM.
You can find The Wandering Vegan at The Vegan Nom, Saturday, December 12, 12:00–4:00 PM. Check out, “The Wandering Vegan Holiday Market.”
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