— Doughnut milkshakes are already over the top, and Peached Tortilla is taking it to the next level by collaborating with the fried sweet master Janina O’Leary for its next pop-up. She’ll bake up berry-glazed and malted milk chocolate doughnuts, paired with excessively sweet milkshake concoctions (full of ice cream, syrups, cookies, and more). She’s adding additional baked good to the lineup, too, like peach poppy seed pop tarts and Nutella swirl coffee cake. It takes place on Sunday, June 4, from noon to 3 p.m. up at the Peached Social House. Tickets, which range between $17 to $19 per dish, are required.
— Iron Works BBQ general manager Aaron Morris took offense to Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller's take that barbecue joints would cheat their customers if scale inspections and visibility requirements went away. "We would never be caught shorting anybody!" he told Fox 7, "You just can't do it."
— Philip Speer’s neighborhood diner Bonhomie is finally launching brunch this weekend, available starting at 11 a.m. The menu features morning dishes like shakshuka, pancakes with pear butter and shaved ham, and rum baba French toast.
— Thrillist's massive best burger list includes two Austin spots, Justine's Royale with Cheese and Launderette's Plancha Burger, but manages to overlook the city’s top offering: Salt & Time’s ever-changing Butcher's Burger