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Austin Restaurants Offer Specials for Marathon Runners

Plus a cherry blossom art display at a Japanese restaurant, and more news

Brewer’s Table’s garden
Brewer’s Table’s garden
Robert J. Lerma

Austin Marathon Food Specials
Since the Austin Marathon is happening this Sunday, February 17, two local restaurants are offering food specials for runners. Both locations of Fresa’s Chicken al Carbon (North Lamar and South First) will give out a free taco to runners who have their race medals.

Then, since Govalle restaurant The Brewer’s Table is along the race route, it’s opening up its lager garden for spectators. Runners with medals or bibs will be available to get a free beer. Plus there will be alfresco happy hour pricing throughout the day, and brunch isn’t going to be served.

Cherry Blossom Art
South Congress Japanese restaurant Lucky Robot will redecorate its space with a pop-up art installation involving cherry blossoms. It will consist of over 500 pounds of fresh flowers strung throughout the exterior and interior of the building. There will be a cherry blossom-themed food menu as well, with partial proceeds benefitting The Trail Foundation. It runs from Wednesday, March 6 through Monday, May 6.

Cochon555 Chef Line-Up
Pig-centric food event Cochon555 announced the five Austin and San Antonio chefs that are participating in this year’s competition, taking place on Sunday, March 31. These are Cico chef James Flowers (whose homebase the Four Seasons is hosting the event), Olive & June’s Brian Moses, Botika’s Geronimo Lopez, Emmer & Rye’s Page Pressley, and Dai Due Taqueria’s Gabe Erales.

Four Seasons Hotel Austin

98 San Jacinto Boulevard, , TX 78701 (512) 478-4500 Visit Website

Fresa's Chicken al Carbon

1703 S 1st St, Austin, TX 78704 Visit Website

The Brewer's Table

4715 East 5th Street, , TX 78702 (512) 520-8199 Visit Website

Lucky Robot

1303 South Congress Avenue, , TX 78704 (512) 444-8081 Visit Website

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