— Vice Munchies spent some time with Olamaie's Michael Fojtasek, talking about his and Grae Nonas' special brand of Southern cuisine.
— Bribery Bakery's Mueller location is now open on Tuesdays, so more sweets and booze for everyone.
— UberEats is expanding its delivery coverage, now stretching into the Arboretum, Domain, and Anderson Lane in the north, and down to William Cannon in the south. Despite the ridesharing aspect of the program leaving the city in May, the food delivery portion is still running strong. There is already a standalone app.
— After The Gatsby owner Scott Cook was hit by another car while on his motorcycle and suffered several major injuries, friends started a GoFundMe page to help him and his family raise money for his medical expenses and the upcoming birth of his daughter.
— According to Alignable and First Data, Austin has the highest average number of sales from the past six months.
— Learn how to make some tiki drinks courtesy of Drink.Well/Backbeat's Jessica Sanders over on Camille Styles’ website.
— Vocativ took a look at the state of Austin without Uber and Lyft, finding that DWI arrests were slightly higher number of DWIs and bartenders who are more apt to cut off customers.
— Swift’s Attic chef Zack Northcutt is popping up on The Travel Channel’s Deep Fried America, showing off his browned The Cow of Monte Cristo burger. The episode airs at 12:30 p.m.