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Kome Launches a Happy Hour; Poutine Guide; Qui's Large Format Cocktails

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AIRPORTKome is launching a happy hour full of small bites, sushi rolls, and, of course, cheap drinks. This happiest of hours will run Monday-Thursday from 5-6pm. Check out the full menu below.

POUTINEWIRE — CultureMap lists their top five destinations for poutine in Austin. Canadian chef Jennifer Costello, who is one half of the team at The Bonneville, has added a classic version to their brunch menu. Other options include Frank and Banger's. [CultureMap]

QUI NOTESZagat highlights the continuing development of Qui's large-format cocktail program. In addition to the calimocho introduced during Eater's Cocktail Week, bartender Justin Elliott has developed his take on tepache, a fermented cocktail made with pineapple, sugar, spices, and in Elliott's case, Lone Star. [Zagat]

From the Kitchen:
Tori-Teba 4.5
(Five Chicken Wings in a spicy sauce)
Gyoza 4
(Four pork dumplings)
Kome Fries 3
(with honey wasabi aioli)
Vegetable Croquette 2.5
(two panko fried mashed potatos)
Seaweed Salad 3

From the Sushi Bar:
Crunchy Dynamite Roll 5.5
(spicy tuna, avocado, sesame seeds, tempura flakes)
Austin Roll 5.5
(tuna, krab salad, avocado, sesame seeds, eel sauce)
Sunshine Roll 6
(salmon, mango, avocado, sesame seeds)
Tekka Maki 5
(traditional skinny roll with tuna)
Kappa Maki 4
(traditional skinny roll with cucumber)

From the Cooler:
Kirin/Kirin Light (Lager) 4
Frexinet Brut Cava 7
House Red or White 5

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