— North Loop restaurant Foreign & Domestic’s fried chicken dinners are back on Wednesdays starting tonight, Wednesday, May 31. The $25 meal comes with three pieces of the poultry with a single side (ranging from corn on the cob, cheesy polenta, to tomatoes with roe), plus pickles, honey, hot sauce, and cornbread. Chef/owner Ned Elliott teases Korean fried chicken to come in the near future.
— A fire wrecked longtime Wimberley restaurant Cypress Creek Cafe this week, causing $75,000 in damages. The cause of the fire isn't known yet.
— Rainey Street trailer Art of Tacos allegedly did not pay three of its employees, according to the Statesman. One former staffer said her paycheck bounced, and the other two are owed overtime compensation. The trailer's manager, Kathy Williams, said that it isn't true: "You're dealing with kids, and they're going to exaggerate stuff," she told the publication.
— DK Maria’s Legendary Tex-Mex, the restaurant that replaced Tres Amigos on West Slaughter Lane, is now open, serving dishes inspired by southern Texas, margaritas, and grilled quail. Its hours are from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
— Austin's canned cold brew company High Brew received a bunch of investment money, $17 million to be exact, which will go towards increasing production.