Biderman’s Deli, the Jewish-style deli from Northwest Hills, is opening its third location in Austin out in Westlake, as reported by Community Impact. It’s aiming to open on Friday, November 1 at 701 South Capital of Texas Highway. The menu will feature the same items as the other locations: bagels (which are now being made by Austin bagel shop Rosen’s), spreads and schmears, sandwiches (pastrami, corned beef, French dip, etc.), soups (matzo ball), and desserts (cheesecake, black-and-white cookies). Biderman’s Westlake hours will be from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the weekends. Owner Zach Biderman opened the original deli in 2017.
Texas Brewery Winners
The Great American Beer Festival took place this weekend, and there was a bunch of Austin-area winners again this year. This includes gold medals for Central District Brewing’s Wit-Tington, Pinthouse Pizza’s Fresh Hop Green Battles, and St. Elmo Brewing Co.’s Roxanne. There were nods for Live Oak Brewing Co., Family Business Beer Co., Real Ale Brewing Co., among others.
Dripping Springs Pizza Reopening
While New York-style pizzeria The Pizza Cave closed at its original location on 110 West Highway 290, it reopened in a new home at 2690 Highway 290 as of today, Wednesday, October 9.
Coffee Coming Attraction
A new coffee shop is coming to South Austin with Cannon Coffee, which is planning on opening on 1901 West William Cannon Drive sometime in mid-October. The cafe will feature coffee, pastries, breads, as well as beer and wine at a later date, as noted by Community Impact.