Austin Food Truck Spicy Boys opens Burger Truck Patty Palace

The small chain of fried chicken sandwich trucks, Spicy Boys, expanded with a new food truck this month. Patty Palace is found at 440 East St Elmo Road inside the St. Elmo Brewery space. Elmo Brewing Co. along with its sister truck as of September 7. Patty’s offers a very simple and short menu: there’s the main Palace Burger, a smash burger available with either one or two beef patties, plus cheese, grilled onions, pickles and mustard. There are also fries, salsa, and a vegetarian version of the burger. Spicy Boys was opened in 2019 by the now-closed Asian food truck Soursop in early 2019. The team expanded with three additional trucks throughout Austin. Patti’s Palace hours are 3-10pm Tuesday-Friday, then noon-9pm Saturday. Takeout orders can be placed online.

Ken Paxton loves fast food

It turns out that suspended Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who is in the midst of an impeachment trial, is a big fan of fast food chains. Texas Monthly He went through the thick impeachment evidence and discovered that he frequently visited or held meetings at chains such as Church’s Texas Chicken, Dunkin’ and Panera Bread.

Another national accolade for an Austin restaurant

Winner of Eater Austin’s 2021 Best New Neighborhood Wine Bar and chestnut wine restaurant Birdie’s has been named Food and wineRestaurant of the Year for this week. The article highlights foods such as beef tartare and general vegetable dishes; Interesting wine list; And running a company that prides itself on offering co-owners Chef Tracy Malicek-Ezekiel, Beverage Director Arjav Ezekiel and the team real work-life balances such as paid time off policies and collecting tips courtesy of a counter-service model. And health insurance. The feature is within the same magazine issue that announces the country’s best new chefs, including Austin’s Edgar Rico of Nexta Taqueria, which was also announced this week.

Track Mexican Independence Day and related events

The downtown location of taco restaurant Vaquero Taquero is hosting a combination Mexican Independence Day and 2nd anniversary party. There will be plenty of live music, as well as food and drinks. It will be held on Saturday, starting at 7 pm, with the last band starting at 11:45 pm

East Austin restaurant Ma’Coco is offering free Dos Hombres mezcal cocktails during brunch service on Saturday, September 16 from 12:30-2 p.m.

The Armadillo Den bar in far South Austin is hosting the Sazon Latin Food Festival this weekend. On deck will be food vendors serving dishes from the Caribbean, Central America and South America, including Dominican food company Phatty Boy, Brazilian truck Espadas de Brasil, Mexican seafood truck El Marisquero, Puerto Rican truck Del Campo, and Venezuelan Mexican food company . Sazon Vinimex. There will also be a DJ and family activities. This will take place on Saturday and Sunday, September 16 and 17, from 11 am to 6 pm. every day. Free RSVPs are required.

Track other nutritional events

Downtown Austin Bar Room 725 inside the Fairmont Austin is celebrating its one-year anniversary by giving guests a complimentary glass of champagne and a gift over the weekend. It will be available on Friday and Saturday 15th and 16th September from 6-11pm each day. Reservations are essential.

French food truck and downtown food hall Austin Rotisserie is serving up a collaborative dish with fellow food truck Cuantos Tacos this weekend. The resulting dish is a chilaquil, made with Quantos chips, refried beans, Austin rotisserie chicken, queso fresco, crema, and raw onions. It’s available on Saturday, September 16 at both Cuantos’ Central East Austin location starting at 9 a.m. (with salsa verde) and Austin Rotisserie’s Fareground location at 11 a.m. (with salsa verde and salsa roja).

As part of Nixta’s Mexican restaurant pop-up chain in Austin as his brick-and-mortar restaurant is in the middle of permitting, he will team up with Franklin Barbecue on Sunday, September 17 at 6 p.m.

Round Rock Irish bar and restaurant Cork & Barrel is celebrating its half-birthday and the fact that it will be half a year until St. Patrick’s Day in 2024 with a party. There will be specials like beer cheese sauce, biscuit sticks, shepherd’s pies, and smoked vegan sliders; Cornhole tournament and live Irish music. On Sunday, September 17, from 3 to 9 p.m.; You can attend for free with a la carte food and beverage purchases.

Andrew’s Tiny Bakehouse pop-up is happening at the Bouldin Creek Lenoir restaurant this weekend. The menu, helmed by Chef Andrew Lee, will include items such as sausages wrapped in milk bread, as well as coffee drinks from Dumm Drinks. This will take place on Saturday and Sunday, September 16 and 17, from 9 a.m. until noon daily.

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