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More Tacos On E. Cesar Chavez; Dai Due Takes Hiatus

DOWNTOWN-- Coal Vines will now be opening an hour earlier at 10AM on Saturdays and Sundays for brunch. Pizza for brunch? No, they have other things too. [Coal Vines/Facebook]

SOUTHWEST-- Trudy's is working on opening their fourth location in Austin, aptly named Trudy's Four Star, on W Hwy 290 near Nutty Brown Cafe. Now residents down off Hwy 290 won't have to drive as far for their Mexican Martinis. [craigslist]

HIATUS-- Dai Due is temporarily stopping their very popular Supper Club series for the fall and winter, as they have been quite busy with their stand at the Farmers' Market. Now you won't have to eagerly watch your email for the supper club sign-ups, often harder to get a spot than $50 ACL tickets. [Dai Due/Facebook]

CESAR CHAVEZ-- El Lagunero taco trailer opened at the SW corner of E. Cesar Chavez and Pleasant Valley. The cook, Margarita Escobedo, was previously at Nueva Onda. Her hours are 6:30am-10:00pm, closed Tuesdays, open Sundays 7:00am - 4pm. She has tacos, nachos, gorditas, migas. [Eaterwire]

SOUTH-- Torchy's Tacos down south will be closed tomorrow and Wednesday for "routine maintenance." So, plan to take an extra 15 minutes for lunch and drive to their South 1st location. [@TorchyTaco]

DOWNTOWN-- Haddingtons is hosting a Burgundy wine tasting on Wednesday from 7-8PM with expert Jeanne-Marie de Champs. [Haddingtons/Facebook]

Coal Vines. [Photo: Coal Vines(John Pesina)/ Facebook]

Haddingtons

601 W 6th Street, Austin, TX 78701 512 992 0204

Coal Vines

314 West 2nd Street, Austin, TX 78701

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