• Best Thai Food in Austin, 2018

    1 month ago - By Foodie is the New Forty

    It's time again for the Austin Food Blogger Alliance's City Guide (currently links to the 2017 guide; 2018 guide coming soon)! I'm so excited for you all to see the full Guide this year. Our members and especially our Technology Chair, Peter Tsai , have been working hard to put it together, and it's chock full of useful information to please your palate.
    I'm writing three guides this year, and the first one I have for you is Thai food. I wrote about my favorite Thai spots on this blog in 2013, and a few more great spots have cropped up since then to help satiate your appe-Thai-te. Here are...
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  • Best Chinese Food in Austin, 2018

    Best Chinese Food in Austin, 2018

    1 month ago - By Foodie is the New Forty

    My second Guide for the 2018 Austin Food Blogger Alliance City Guide is about something near and dear to my heart - Chinese food. Eating my mom's awesome Chinese food nearly every day while I was growing up means that I have very high standards when it comes to this category. Austin doesn't offer nearly the quantity or quality of Chinese restaurants as in other cities, but there are still many places here where you can find great Chinese cuisine.
    CANTONESE
    Salt & Pepper Squid at Din Ho = "the usual" If you live in or near Central Austin, Din Ho Chinese BBQ is probably your go-to for...
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  • Best Fine Dining in Austin, 2018

    Best Fine Dining in Austin, 2018

    1 month ago - By Foodie is the New Forty

    Welcome to the ninth year that this blog has featured an upscale dining guide! This post is part of the Austin Food Blogger Alliance City Guide , the best way to find all the outstanding food this fair city has to offer.To qualify for this fine dining guide, restaurants must be locally-owned and offer at least one entrée that cost more than $25. Because I am so frequently trying to think of a restaurant in a particular part of town, this list is divided according to restaurant location. Hope you enjoy this year's guide!
    DOWNTOWN (broadly defined here as spanning from I-35 to MoPac, and...
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