Austin sweets truck Churro Co. is expanding with a second location in Brentwood. It’ll be parked at Thunderbird Coffee on 1401 West Koenig Lane starting on Friday, August 23. There’s an opening party with a free keg of Thunderbird’s collaboration with forthcoming brewery Hopsquad, the Cafe de Olla Porter, as well as discounted churros and Mexican mocha ice toddies from 6 to 10 p.m. Churro owners Leo Mendoza and David Martinez opened the food truck in 2014, focusing on the Spanish dessert.
Continuing the growing wave of CBD-infused foods and drinks, San Antonio food truck Catch the Wave offers up CBD-infused tortillas. Owner Leo Davila infuses CBD into blue corn tortillas, as well as lemonades and jams.
Austin Farm Benefit
Because deer ransacked local farm La Flaca’s chili crop, south Austin’s Supper Club Szn is hosting a dinner to help them raise funds, partnering with grocery delivery service Farmhouse Delivery. The four-course dinner will feature meaty Mexican and Rajasthani fare from Puli-Ra, like venison enchiladas and steaks topped with uni butter. Host site Austin Winery will also release its first-time vermouth, made with herbs from La Flaca. The $110 dinner takes place on Sunday, October 27 at 7 p.m.
Far southwest Austin spot Gabrick Barbecue moved from its original home at the 290 West Club into Hill Country brewery Last Stand Brewing at 12345 Pauls Valley Road. It’ll reopen on Saturday, August 24. On deck is the same menu: meat by the half-pound (brisket, pork spare ribs, pulled pork, and jalapeno sausages), barbecue sandwiches, and sides. Its hours will be from noon to 8 p.m. on the weekends, or until sold out.