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Brotherton Barbecue Pizza, Veterans in the Service Industry, and More A.M. Intel

The latest seven restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now

Easy Tiger
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— Pflugerville's Brotherton Barbecue teamed up with Round Rock’s Fire and Ice Pizza for a special barbecue pie, full of brisket, barbecue sauce, and pickled onions and spicy pickles. A portion of the sales will go towards Veteran Outdoors.

— For Veterans Day, Statesman spoke to veterans currently in the service industry, like Brewer's Table's Jake Maddux, who kept a list of his favorite beers while stationed in South and Central America.

Wall Street Journal gets its breakfast taco on, breaking down Austin's offerings from traditional (Veracruz All Natural), barbecue (Valentina's Tex Mex BBQ), to trendy (Delicious).

— Texas-style barbecue is now a thing in Toronto. One pitmaster was inspired to do his own thing after eating at Franklin Barbecue for the first time.

— Steakhouse chain Ruth's Chris Steak House underwent renovations that cost over $1 million, according to Austin Business Journal, which included opening up the previously dim place.

— Easy Tiger was closed for lunch yesterday because of a fire in the kitchen (though the bakery and beer garden remained opened), but quickly reopened for dinner. No one was hurt.

— Without mentioning food trucks, Food & Wine called out Austin as a good city for street food, mentioning kimchi fries from Chi’lantro.

Ruth's Chris Steak House

107 West 6th Street, Austin, TX 78701 (512) 477-7884 Visit Website

Veracruz All Natural [Manchaca Road]

4204 Manchaca Rd, Austin, TX 78704

Franklin Barbecue

900 East 11th Street, , TX 78702 (512) 653-1187 Visit Website

Fire & Ice Pizza Bar

I-35, Round Rock, TX

Delicious

1100 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704

Easy Tiger

3508 South Lamar Boulevard, , TX 78704 (512) 964-8229 Visit Website

Valentina's Tex Mex BBQ [Relocated]

7612 Brodie Lane, Austin, TX 78745 (512) 363-8520 Visit Website

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