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New Texas Music and Camping Festival, Best Places for Beer, and More A.M. Intel

The latest six restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now

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.

— C3 Presents, the production company behind Austin City Limits Festival and Austin Food & Wine, is throwing another music festival with camping at the Texas Renaissance Festival grounds in Todd Mission (near Houston), along with Insomniac Events. It sounds awfully similar to newcomer festival and this year's Fun Fun Fun Fest replacement Sound on Sound. Middlelands will take place sometime next spring.

— McGuire Moorman Hospitality beverage director June Rodil and Jeffrey's and Josephine House chef Rebecca Meeker talked about being friends, working together, and favorite wine and dinner pairings.

Men’s Journal gathered the best unexpected places to grab a beer, including Birds Barbershops' free Shiner Bocks while waiting or during your haircut, along with Banger's Sausage House.

— A new office building is coming to downtown Austin over on 12th street, with plans for a restaurant.

— There are more options for coursed meals at Counter 3.Five.VII with the restaurant’s new bar menu. The three-course meals are more casual that the dining room’s offerings, like crudo, barbecue squab leg, and yuzu mousse.

— Are the best doughnut in Texas found in Round Rock Donuts? It is according to Buzzfeed and Yelp.