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The Flag Store Adding a Beer Garden; Edible Austin's Chef Auction; Swift's Attic's City Grit Menu

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HYDE PARKThe Austin Post reports that Hyde Park Market, aka The Flag Store, is on track to become The Flag Pub. The popular Hyde Park mega-bodega has been approved by their neighborhood association to open a beer garden with over 200 taps. At least one NIMBY was worried about the beer garden attracting "parties of young people," but owner Tony Hooman says the craft beer on offer will draw "an older crowd." [Austin Post]

AUCTIONWIREEdible Austin will be hosting a 'chef auction' on Thursday, November 21 to raise money for local nonprofits Sustainable Food Center and Urban Roots. Paul Qui, Bryce Gilmore, Houston's Monica Pope and more will offer special dining packages to the highest bidder. [Eaterwire]

DOWNTOWN — The team at Swift's Attic recently cooked at New York's City Grit, a "culinary salon" created by Sarah Simmons. They'll be serving up their menu for Austin diners from November 18 - 21st as a $50 prix fixe. Offerings include Apples & Lardo and a Lemon Cornbread Cake. [Eaterwire]
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Hyde Park Market

4429 Duval St Austin, TX 78751