‘Breaking Bad’ Aaron Paul & Bryan Cranston Tour Austin Bars With Dos Hombres Mezcal


breaking Bad and You better call Saul actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul were in town last weekend for the Austin Food and Wine Festival to promote their brand of mezcal Back Men. They took the opportunity to go to various bars in the city to share their boozy drink, including Licha’s canteen, Chapulin canteen, Ma’Cocoand Verbena.

Expansion of a restaurant in Texas

Turns out the Texas mini-chain restaurant in Austin Jack Allen’s Kitchen opens a new location in Hutto, as reported by Community impact. He will be in the cooperative district at 420 Route 79. Development project finance officer Matt Harris spoke about the restaurant’s expansion at a Hutto City Council meeting in early November. This will be Jack’s sixth restaurant. Other restaurants in the development include Top notch burgers and Southside Market and BBQ.

Other celebrities around Austin restaurants

Chef Jose Andres dined at the new school barbecue truck LeRoy & Lewis.

Comedian Chris Rock was in town for his comedy show at the Moody Center on November 8, and he dined twice in town. There was his visit at the omakase restaurant Toshokanso what its meal at the restaurant tasting menu Pasta|Sea.

Austin’s best restaurants, according to the city’s magazine

austin monthly published its list of the best restaurants of the year. This includes chef Mashama Bailey’s Austin expansion Dinner barthe food truck Un Mundo de Sabor, the Thai truck Kiin Di and the pizza truck still open Pizza all day.

Austin Area Event Tracker

Austin Cider Weekwhich began on Tuesday, continues through the weekend, culminating in the largest cider houses in the Austin area pouring drinks at Moontower Cider Co. Saturday, November 12. This includes the host site, as well as Austin Eastciders, Argus cider house, Good weatherand others. Tickets cost $25 and operate from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Italian restaurant Andiamo celebrates its 18th birthday with a truffle and wine dinner. The four-course meal will include dishes like beef carpaccio with black truffle shavings and beef tenderloin served in black truffle sauce. It’s $80 per person and $105 with wine pairings. It takes place on Tuesday, November 15. Reservations can be made by phone or email to [email protected]

501 Comal Street, TX 78702
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1708 East Sixth Street, Austin, TX 78702


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