— In light of television show Waco, GQ hung out with actor and star Taylor Kitsch in Austin, where he ordered gluten-free pizza and beer, perhaps from ABGB or Pinthouse Pizza?
— Celebrity chef and Top Chef judge Tom Colicchio named his two favorite restaurants in Austin: Foreign & Domestic and Barley Swine. He also said he wants to check out Holy Roller, but he hasn’t been yet.
— Health food chain True Food Kitchen is opening its second Austin location in the Domain. It’s taking over Blackfinn Ameripub’s old space at 11410 Century Oaks. The restaurant is planning on opening sometime late this year. The first Austin location opened in Seaholm in March 2016.
— Dessert truck Churro Co. moved from its East Riverside location to a new home at 1906 South First Street. Co-owners David Martinez and Leo Mendoza added a fire pit, space heaters, and stage to the new location. They’re looking to open a second food truck, as well as a brick-and-mortar restaurant.
— East Cesar Chavez restaurant Pitchfork Pretty added a prix fixe option to its lineup. For $45, guests can have a four-course meal with snacks, appetizers, entrees, and desserts. The restaurant still offers a la carte dishes as well.