— Jewish-Mexican burger trailer JewBoy Burgers is leaving its Burnet Home to join East Sixth Street food trailer park 1606 East, which is also home to Brown's Bar-B-Que's sandwich trailer, Pueblo Viejo, Beef Cake Shop, and Callejeros. It will open for lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and then again from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, with late night service to be added soon.
— Another Texas state administrative law judge ruled in favor of Cuvee Coffee's crowlers, after the TABC filed an exception to the original ruling.
— For Valentine’s Day, Home Slice Pizza is opening its doors on a Tuesday (when the pizzeria is normally closed) to offer up pizza and more benefitting Safe Alliance. With every dine-in pie purchased that day, Home Slice will donate a pizza to the nonprofit.
— Wide Open Country highlighted Austin's new barbecue scene, which includes newcomer Oakwood BBQ and impending LeRoy and Lewis from pitmaster Evan LeRoy.
— Sour beer fans can now buy cans and fill growlers at Blue Owl Brewery’s tasting room.
— Scholz Garten and Austin Saengerrunde's yearly Texas German bier fest partners with butcher shop and restaurant Dai Due this April 1. The menu will include smoked catfish, wild boar, venison knackwurst, and more.
— Daniel Vaughn, Texas Monthly's barbecue editor, ventured to Atlanta to eat barbecue on Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern. The episode aired last night.