— Hope Outdoor Gallery’s move to Carson Creek Ranch will happen next spring, and its new home will involve food and drink courtesy of one of the project’s partners, C.K. Chin (Swift’s Attic, Wu Chow). Further details on what that will entail will be available at a later date. The last day for Hope, aka Graffiti Park, in its current home on 11th and Baylor streets will be sometime in October. That area will be developed by Mid City Development.
— Goop, the lifestyle brand and website from founder Gwyneth Paltrow, seems to think that Torchy’s Tacos is the go-to spot for breakfast burritos. While, yes, there is a regular burrito on the menu, there is no breakfast burrito. Also it recommended a bunch of stylish restaurants. (h/t Paula Forbes).
— Company Bibi is looking to create drinks to help people, well, drink alcoholic beverages, like dealing with or preventing hangovers. It’s raising funds through Indiegogo to help produce the line of three drinks.
— To celebrate El Chipiron’s one-year anniversary, the South Lamar tapas restaurant is offers all-night empanadillas and sangria specials for $5 this month.