— Edible Austin is suing Fair Market over its canceled Bacon and Beer event in 2016. The publication said that Fair Market didn't get the proper permits for the event in time, forcing Edible to cancel the event (it took place later that summer). According to Austin 360, "the magazine says in the lawsuit that it lost money 'from ticket revenue and corporate advertising.’” The website noted that while Bunkhouse Group (run by Liz Lambert) oversees Fair Market now, the venue was under Pegalo Properties at the time of the cancellation.
— AV Club food editor Kevin Pang is so obsessed with Jo's Coffee's Iced Turbo that he created his own take on the iced coffee drink.
— After someone passed along counterfeit $50 bills at Cedar Park Gigi's Cupcakes, the bakery is offering a year’s worth of free cupcakes to anyone who can offer information about the culprit.
— Contigo/Chicon chef Andrew Wiseheart made an appearance on Food Network show Man Fire Food last night, where he and host Roger Mooking cooked chickens.
— An area near two San Antonio River Walk restaurants, Tony Roma's and Luciano, caught on fire on Tuesday morning, due to a grease fire.
— In honor of Alamo Drafthouse’s 20th anniversary, Austin Beerworks created a special beer for the movie theater. The Action! Anniversary Ale is a pale ale served in tallboy cans with different designs.
— Cow Tipping Creamery’s tiny brick and mortar shop is celebrating its first birthday with small dollar cones, which comes with vanilla soft serve and rainbow sprinkles, available from noon to 9 p.m.
— Lunch alert: Round Rock pizzeria PS 35 is now open for lunch starting at 11 a.m. every day. It is also introducing happy hour with rotating specials available all day on Monday and from 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.
— Zagat revealed its semifinalist list for its 30 Under 30 feature, which still includes two Austin chefs, who both happen to focus on Thai fare: Dee Dee’s Lakana Trubiana and Soursop’s Teddy Bricker. Winners will be announced in September.