— Tyler high school student Anna Hutto launched an inventive grilled cheese truck, called Melted, which donates all of its profits to the International Justice Mission. The menu includes the Bulgogi Monster, with kimchi and steak.
— Taco journalist Mando Rayo talks all about that taco with Texas Standard.
— Round Rock will get a new "African-themed" water park, convention center, and hotel, Kalahari Resorts, which will include several restaurants.
— Reddit discovered a video of Beverly's Biker Bar, which is now Red Shed Tavern.
— Thrillist's taco bucket list includes a lot of breakfast tacos from Joe's Bakery, Taco-Mex, Valentina's Tex Mex BBQ, Veracruz All Natural, and Tamale House East, plus others from Mi Tradicion and Vegan Nom.
— Replacing Fun Fun Fun Fest will be a new music festival, Sound on Sound Fest, happening in early November. Does this mean the taco cannons will return, too?
— Dirty Sixth bar Four Horsemen announced its new food vendor, replacing East Side King’s spot: Mama V's Quesadillaville.
— Paste shares cocktail recipes from Austin bars, including Geraldine's Willie's Cup and Peche's milkshake.