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Peached Tortilla is Going Brick & Mortar in Allandale

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Food truck phenom The Peached Tortilla has announced that they are going brick and mortar in Allandale this year. The restaurant will open up at 5520 Burnet Road, a location that was previously home to Austin Plumbing Supply (which still boasts a collection of some impressively heinous Yelp reviews). Per the press release:

The restaurant will expand on the flavors from the existing food truck and catering company, serving some of their greatest hits in addition to new items such as unique rice bowls and savory noodle dishes. While the restaurant is under construction, the company will continue to use their pop-up dinners as a test kitchen to solicit feedback from diners. The next installment of the popular series is set for late February 2014.
Eric Silverstein of the Peached Tortilla has partnered with Seattle restauranteur Joshua Henderson of The Huxley Wallace Collective on the project. The full release is below.
Update! Peached Tortilla tweets the tentative opening is Fall 2014.
Here Comes The Peached Tortilla Brick and Mortar!

Austin – January 21, 2014 – Eric Silverstein's Peached Tortilla is officially putting down roots. Silverstein announced today The Peached Tortilla's first full service brick and mortar concept is slated to open fall of 2014 in Central Austin.

The concept will focus on serving urban Asian and Southern comfort food with a modern twist. The restaurant will expand on the flavors from the existing food truck and catering company, serving some of their greatest hits in addition to new items such as unique rice bowls and savory noodle dishes. While the restaurant is under construction, the company will continue to use their pop-up dinners as a test kitchen to solicit feedback from diners. The next installment of the popular series is set for late February 2014.

"We want to provide an affordable and accessible neighborhood dining experience without sacrificing the sophistication of our food," said Silverstein, owner and founder of The Peached Tortilla. "In trying to merge urban Asian and Southern flavors, we are going to play around quite a bit and try to push the boundaries."

The space will be located in Allandale, TX, an area known for its burgeoning dining scene, with recently opened Lucy's Fried Chicken and Noble Sandwiches on the way. Collaborating with Silverstein and team on this project is Austin architect Kevin Stewart, and Seattle Restaurateur Joshua Henderson of The Huxley Wallace Collection.

· All Peached Tortilla Coverage [EATX]

The Peached Tortilla

5520 Burnet Road Austin TX

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