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Vox Table Bartender Wins Speed Rack Texas, Austin Cookbook, and More A.M. Intel

The latest nine restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now.

Vox Table
Vox Table
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

— Vox Table's Madelyn Kay became the first Austin winner of Speed Rack Texas last night in San Antonio.

— 2016 is bucket list time, and Texas Monthly’s one includes visiting the state's barbecue capital in Lockhart.

— To honor the retirement of longtime Jeffrey's server Johnny Guffey, the restaurant hired an artist to create his portrait, which is displayed inside.

— Paula Forbes, Eater alum (and former Eater Austin editor), is working on her first cookbook all about the city: Austin TX, to be published in 2018. She will "deep traditions of Texas cooking, including world-famous barbecue, tacos, and Tex-Mex, along with German, Czech, Southern, and Asian influences."

— Want to know how Swift’s Attic and Freedmen’s got their names? Zagat found out.

— Whip In is tackling breakfast with coffee and breakfast naan tacos starting at 8 a.m., Monday through Friday.

— The Independent, set to become the tallest residential building in Austin and to the west of the Mississippi River, broke ground earlier this week on West 3rd Street and West Avenue. It will include dining options, which aren’t known yet.

— Tiff’s Treats is expanding with one more Austin store in Cedar Park, along with locations in San Antonio, Houston, and its first out-of-state spot, to be announced later.

— A woman was allegedly stabbed by her boyfriend in the Taco Cabana bathroom on William Cannon.

Whip In Convenience Store & Pub

1950 South I H 35, Austin, TX 78745


1204 West Lynn Street, , TX 78703 (512) 477-5584 Visit Website

Vox Table [Closed]

1100 South Lamar Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78704 (512) 375-4869 Visit Website