— Facebook will create a giant cafe for employees as part of its downtown expansion plans.
— Tyson Cole and his Uchi crew perused through Vice Munchie's rooftop garden to cook a dinner with branzino and white peaches, complete with the recipe.
— Statesman's Michael Barnes took a tour through Austin's burger history with photos from old joints like Boo Koo Burgers and Ernie's Hamburger Stand.
— Former New Orleans Saints and Houston Oilers football player Earl Campbell stopped by Dirty Martin's for a bite.
— The Bonneville is taking a short vacation until Wednesday, July 13, reopening on Thursday, July 14.
— Money is being raised for Uchi staffer Arvind Hathaway's medical bills, after he experienced a brain aneurysm this month.
— Austin is ranked as #9 in Travel & Leisure's Best Cities list, voted by readers. Last year, the travel publication named the city as the country's "next great food town."
— Geraldine's was mentioned in Vanity Fair's piece about high-end "girlfriend experiences."
— For more nostalgia, Scrumptuous Chef shared photos of TC's Lounge.
— Topo Chico is becoming more and more popular, as seen with Texas Standard's report.
— Evan Voyles, the man who designed some of Austin's famous neon signs, including Home Slice Pizza's and Chuy's, spoke to Tribeza about how he entered the field.