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Hopdoddy Aids in Flood Relief; Taco Art Show; Beer and Tomato Dinners

Add to your modern food art collection with some mixed-media tacos

Odd Duck
Odd Duck

CHARITY WIRE — Yesterday, both Austin locations of Hopdoddy Burger Bar vowed to donate 100% of sales to benefit flood relief efforts via the Barnabas Connection and raised nearly $45,000. In 2011, Hopdoddy raised $11,000 in response to the devastating fires in Bastrop; the popular burger outlet hoped to exceed that amount this time around. [EaterWire]

HIGHLAND MALL/NORTH CENTRAL — More than 15 local painters, sculptors, and mixed-media artists have joined together to exhibit their interpretations of the national food of Austin, the taco at a monthlong exhibit at Jerry’s Artarama (6010 I-35 North). The opening party is tonight from 6-8 p.m. Light refreshments, deep taco art. [Chronicle]

SOUTH LAMAR — Odd Duck pairs up with local brewery Adelbert’s for a beer dinner on Monday, June 8. The menu will feature pairings with Adelbert’s brews, including Oddwood Saison, Oaked Tripel, and Flying Monks. Two seatings, 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Tickets are $70 before tax and gratuity. Email to reserve seats. [EaterWire]

SPRINGDALE — It’s tomato season, and Slow Food Austin has paired up with Springdale Farms for a benefit dinner focused on the farm’s bounty of tangy nightshades. Featured chefs include Sonya Cote (Eden East), Ned Elliott (Foreign & Domestic), Brandon Fuller (Juliet), and Janina O’Leary (la V). $100 gets you fed; you can add on $10 and $20 tomato baskets to take home. [EaterWire]

— Melanie Haupt

Odd Duck

939 South 2nd Street, , WI 53204 (414) 763-5881 Visit Website

Springdale Farm

755 Springdale Rd, Austin, TX 78702 (512) 386-8899

Hopdoddy Burger Bar

1400 South Congress Avenue, , TX 78704 (512) 243-7505 Visit Website