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Louisiana-Based Juice Company Eyes Austin Expansion

Plus soup dumplings in Rock Rose, and more news

Main Squeeze Juice Co.’s juices
Main Squeeze Juice Co.’s juices
Main Squeeze Juice Co/Facebook
Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

— Louisiana-based juice company Main Squeeze Juice Co. is coming into Austin. The company announced that it will open ten stores in Texas, specifically, Austin, Houston, and Dallas, though no addresses have been selected as of yet. The chain is known for its bottled cold-pressed juices and smoothies

— Rock Rose Chinese restaurant Lotus + Cleaver is adding dumplings to its menu starting tomorrow, Tuesday, November 20. This includes boiled dumplings, crispy dumplings, and soup dumplings. Fillings will range from pork and cabbage, chicken and zucchini, to vegetable ones. Soup dumplings will be served on the weekends only. There will be sauces like soy garlic, spicy mayonnaise, and the restaurant’s spicy dragon sauce. The restaurant also now includes boozy boba cocktails from boba tea pop-up Boba Boyz.

— Eden East’s Sonya Cote and Homegrown Revival co-founder David Barrow will run Springdale Farm through 2019. The two took over the farm (which happens to be the home-base of fine dining trailer restaurant Eden East) earlier this summer when Springdale founders Glenn and Paula Foore decided to retire.

Lotus Chinese

11501 Rock Rose Avenue, Austin, TX 78758 (512) 334-9387 Visit Website

Eden East

755 Springdale Road, , TX 78702 (512) 428-6500 Visit Website