May/June 2019

mayjunecoverMay/June 2019

Now is the perfect time of year to get out on the road and explore some great new spots — along with the old favorites, of course — both in and around Austin. When we started planning this issue, we wanted to make a point to shine a light on many of the unique food and beverage businesses popping up just outside of the city limits. As Austin expands and grows, the towns a quick drive down the road are developing right along with us.

Join us on a road trip through Driftwood, our neighbors to the southwest. Most Austinites have already taken the trip to visit the world famous Salt Lick BBQ , either to get your fill of barbecue or to attend a wedding (like mine) at one of their venues. But now, there’s so much more to explore in the area before you get your barbecue fix.

Cheers to getting out and exploring not only Austin, but all of the amazing towns Central Texas has to offer.

ABOUT THE COVER: Rob, Hannah and their daughter, Winnie, of Hairston Creek Farm. Photography by Andy Sams.

Click here to read the issue via our digital flipbook.


hairston smallHairston Creek Farm

A long-running farm taking on a new life.


driftwood smallRoad Trip to Driftwood

Get your barbecue fix and so much more.



grower smallFresh Look at Terroir

Joining forces to promote single varietal, single vineyard Texas wines.


allium smallKnow Your Alliums

From the base of a dish to a garnish, alliums are delicious additions to dinner.



what's on our COUNTER

notable EDIBLES
Urban Roots' New Digs.
Love, Tito's.

Hi Sign Brewery.

Texas Albariño.

edible INK
Pico de Gallo.

local HEROES
2019 Winners Announced.

Pick-Your-Own Farms.
For the Love of Peaches.

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