— Essential Austin breakfast trailer Paperboy is bringing one of its beloved morning dishes, the Texas hash, to Washington, D.C., specifically at the Watergate Hotel, as part of its new breakfast menu. The hotel decided to add dishes from various restaurants across the country to its restaurant, Kingbird. Others include Dusek’s Board & Bear’s ricotta beignets from Chicago and the egg sandwich from Miami’s Blue Collar. It begins on Wednesday, September 26 and will be available only during the fall.
— Chef, cookbook author, and Mind of a Chef star Edward Lee is stopping by Southern restaurant Olamaie and chef Michael Fojtasek for a brunch event during the Texas Book Festival next month. Fojtasek will cook up a three-course brunch inspired by Lee’s cookbook Buttermilk Graffiti, plus those biscuits and brunch cocktails. It takes place on Sunday, October 28 at 11 a.m. Tickets are $125, and include a copy of the book. Lee’s restaurants include three 610 Magnolia, MilkWood, and Whiskey Dry all in Louisville, Kentucky, as well as Succotash in Washington, D.C. and Maryland.
— Japanese pop punk band Shonen Knife visited Kome for lunch, stopped by the sushi restaurant’s sister coffee shop Sa-Ten for matcha, and visited H Mart for baguettes and pastries, after their performance at ACL Live this weekend.
— Wine publication the World of Fine Wine said that Clarksville restaurant Jeffrey’s has the “best medium-size wine list” in the continent for the year, under the purview of master sommelier and beverage director June Rodil.
— P. Terry’s taco drive-thru Taco Ranch is looking to hire cooks and cashiers for its second location on 517 West Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. It’s hosting a job fair at the location today, Wednesday, September 19, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
— Austin arcade bar and restaurant Pinballz is expanding with its Lake Creek location at 13729 Research Boulevard to include go-karts, laser tag, and event space.