— Bikinis Sports Bar owner Doug Guller is selling his Texas city, the town originally known as Bankersmith. It’ll comes with a bar and dance hall. He debuted Bikinis the city back in 2013.
— Say farewell to Jeffrey's pink seersucker-clad valets. The staffers now wear darker uniforms.
— Hooray: everyone can now try Kerlin BBQ's famous kolaches. The barbecue trailer is making the pastries available for preorders at $4.50 to $4.75 each, with fillings like chopped brisket/cheddar and roasted red pepper/goat cheese, with minimum orders of a dozen. Remember, pitmaster Bill Kerlin is looking to launch a dedicated kolache trailer, too.
— Longhorn fans' beers of choice are Coors and Miller Lite, according to sales numbers at the Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium at UT Austin. For Austin beers, Uncle Billy's was the top-seller.
— General Tso’Boy is now offering up family-style dishes like General Tso’s chicken, black pepper beef, char siu pulled pork, and more, alongside its Chinese-American po-boys.
— Austin Business Journal quickly profiled the city’s top business people, including general manager of the Driskill Lance Stumpf, Alamo Drafthouse's Tim League, Matt Shook of JuiceLand, and Kendall Antonelli of Antonelli's Cheese Shop.