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Certified Open: Nasha Brings Indian Food to East Austin, Little Woodrow's on Burnet, and More

Indian food with a side of Tex Mex hits East 7th, another Little Woodrow's opens on Burnet, the way South NXNW opens, and Turkish food pops up.

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1) Indian food arrives in East Austin with Nasha, now open in the former Casa Columbia space at 1614 E. 7th. Their slogan is "get high on Indian cuisine," and in addition to nan and curries they also serve taco plates and signature "curried" margaritas. Expect lots of vegan options, too. [h/t intrepid Eater tipster]

2) The latest Little Woodrow's outpost is now open at 5425 Burnet Road, according to today's Food-O-File. Pushback from the Allandale and Brentwood neighborhood associations means the location will adhere to "limited decibel levels" and close at 1 a.m. on weekends. [Chronicle]

3) NXNW Brewery's new way south location in the same complex as the Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter is now open. They're serving the same menu as the original brewpub up north, and offering beer by the growler. [Yelp]

4) A new Turkish restaurant called Troy opened last month at 8105 Mesa Dr. in northwest Austin. They're serving kebaps and other Turkish specialties, and so far the Yelpers are pleased. [Yelp]