— Singer Selena Gomez's Whataburger order: chicken tenders, Texas toast, and fries, with gravy on the side. The burger chain was pleased.
— The La Barbecue team shared their go-to spots in Austin, including Whisler's and Thai Kun, The White Horse, and breakfast tacos from Pueblo Viejo.
— Texas Monthly spoke to Tim Love ahead of Austin Food and Wine Festival next month, about his restaurant expansions, his television show Restaurant Startup, and his favorite Austin restaurants and bars (Clark's, Odd Duck, JuiceLand, Garage, and East Side King Thai Kun).
— Yesterday morning, a beer truck from Ben E. Keith Co. crashed and spilled the hoppy goods on 2222. No one was hurt.
— An alleged groping incident at the Dogwood on West 6th led to an assault and homicide this month.
— Also in Whataburger news, there was a fake promotion claiming the chain would sell $1 dollar burgers yesterday.
— Estately mapped out the country's restaurants, finding that Austin is best for food trucks and Tex Mex, and isn't great with Chinese spots.
— Cocktail ingredient maker Liber & Co received money during last night's episode of Billion Dollar Buyer.
— A group of teenagers broke into a house in Pflugerville, hung out in the trailer, and ate cereal.
— Austin Cocktails, the local company that sells mixed drinks in bottles, will set up shop in Madison Square Garden out in New York City.
— The man behind Surf Ohio apparel and products is expanding the line to Austin, and with that, he is looking to create a special beer with Solid Rock Brewing to go along with his expansion.