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Alamo Drafthouse’s Richard Linklater Beer, Chinatown’s New Restaurant Name, and More A.M. Intel

The latest five restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now.

Chinatown and Musashino
Chinatown and Musashino
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— Alamo Drafthouse teamed up with Austin Beerworks to create special beers for Austin-based director Richard Linklater’s next film, Everybody Wants Some, the loose sequel to Dazed and Confused. Dubbed the uninspiring name of Everybody Wants Some, the "dry-hopped Texas common beer" in tallboy cans will be available starting in April for the film’s premiere.

[Photo: Alamo Drafthouse/Official]

Alamo Drafthouse’s and Austin Beerworks Everybody Wants Some beers. [Photo: Alamo Drafthouse/Official]

— Easy Tiger reps Texas on Foursquare's list of the best-rated bars for every state.

— Along those lines, Austin made Fortune's roundup of the great cities for beer, with Jester King, Hops & Grain, and Thirsty Planet.

— Chinatown owner Ronald Cheng shared the name of his new restaurant, taking over Musashino's soon-to-be-vacant space downstairs at the Chinese place’s Mopac location with Rob Balon: Street by Chinatown. The menu will focus on Asian street food, served in an izakaya manner. Musashino is planning on moving into its new location in West Campus (taking over Fino’s former site) sometime in May.

— Mama Fu's Asian House is looking to expand a bunch in the next two years. This includes This includes Cedar Park, Dripping Springs, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Bastrop, Katy, and Houston.

Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar

1120 South Lamar Boulevard, , TX 78704 (512) 861-7040 Visit Website

Chinatown [Mopac]

3407 Greystone Drive, Austin, Texas 78731 (512) 343-9307 Visit Website

Easy Tiger

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

Mama Fu's Asian House

100 Colorado St, Austin, TX 78701 (512) 637-6774 Visit Website

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