In this issue, another popular San Antonio restaurant plans to open in Austin; two restaurants begin community outreach programs; and two trailers shut down—one permanently, the other temporarily. But first…
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In Austin Veg News
San Antonio-based, Binge Kitchen, announces plans to open in Austin.
Counter Culture is now offering Comfort Food Care Packages, a way you can buy meals for families in need.
Curcuma Kitchen announces the trailer closing Sunday, December 20. Read their post for details:
Mission Street Burrito is closed through January 1 while it moves to its new location at Buzz Mill Coffee.
Revolution Vegan Kitchen begins Mutual Aid Monday today, an effort offering free, vegan heat-and-eat meals to those in need.
Happy ninth birthday to Sweet Ritual this week!
Austin Veg in the Media
KXAN’s Studio 512 highlights Bouldin Creek Cafe in “Takeout Tuesday: Bouldin Creek Cafe.”
Sassy’s Vegetarian Soul Food is on the list of “Black-Owned Plant-Based Restaurants Taking Root in Texas” by Reporting Texas.
Attending Veg Events
Dear Diary Coffeehouse is hosting a Meet the Artists event Wednesday, December 16 at 7:00 PM.
Revolution Vegan Kitchen will host Vegan Holiday Market, Saturday, December 19 at 1:00 PM, with Rice Above Sushi, Unicorniverse Vegan Bakery, Peace Cheese, Kowon Bakery, and Bliss TF Out.
Texas VegFest Virtual Holiday is taking place Tuesday, December 15, through Sunday, December 20.
Austin Veg Delights
This week, BitterSweet’s Hannah has a “Next-Level Latke” recipe just in time for Hanukkah. Check it out.
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