— East 6th Street Italian restaurant Il Brutto is now offering weekend brunch. On deck are brunch pizza topped with sausage, fried eggs, and mozzarella, and other weekend morning dishes like avocado toast with roasted ham and goat cheese; and poached eggs with burrata and smoked salmon. There are also mimosas with various juices (orange, peach, cucumber celery, etc.), Bloody Marys, and more. It’s available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
— The storms on Sunday evening and early Monday morning caused an electrical fire at food composting and urban farm Joe’s Organics at 7204 Shelton Road in East Austin. There was approximately $40,000 worth of damage done to the farm’s greenhouse, seed bank, inventory, and equipment. Joe’s launched a GoFundMe campaign to help rebuild the farm, seeking $8,000. Burnet restaurant Peached Tortilla is also donating ten percent of its sales on Saturday, June 9 to the cause.
— It was already known that Hut’s Hamburgers was coming to the Austin Bergstrom-International Airport, but now it was revealed that it will take over what was Saxon Pub’s location near Gate 5. Saxon will move somewhere near Gate 10. Both will reopen later this year. Salad chain Mad Greens will take over the Auntie Anne’s location too.
— Rotating New Waterloo restaurants will donate ten percent of its dinner sales to political advocacy organization Equality Texas Foundation on the first Monday of each month. First up is Italian restaurant Il Brutto on Monday, July 7.