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Editor’s note: We get it. It can be difficult to keep up with the fast pace of Austin’s restaurant and bar scene. We have you covered with our regular roundup of essential food news.

Openings and re-openings


It’s been a busy week for Austin’s Detroit-style pizza godfathers, Via 313. On March 24, it was officially announced that the beloved Austin-based pizzeria would open its latest location at 2111 N. IH-35 in Round Rock. The expansion represents the first time the Hunt brothers’ pizza operation has ventured north of Austin, bringing with it the company’s variety of delightfully cheesy

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The “ravens of Anchorage” sounds like a viking jazz trio and, as it turns out, are as equally smooth as the musical ensemble name intimates. Actual ravens have been plundering shopping carts at a Costco parking lot in Anchorage, Alaska. One poor sap turned around and two of these winged-raiders made off with a short rib, tearing it right out of its packaging and flying away, presumably to feast at their evil lair.

The line that broke me was when Anchorage resident Tamara Josey refers to the ravens as “calculating.” Those little so-and-sos! I admire every bit of their oily

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Biart, 53, was arrested Monday at Milan’s Malpensa Airport after arriving on a flight from Santo Domingo, according to the Italian state broadcaster Rai, the latest episode in a sprawling, international effort to fight the ’Ndrangheta.

Italian law enforcement officials working with Interpol, the global police organization, have in the past decade aggressively pursued the group’s affiliates, the country’s biggest and most influential mafia organization.

Officials have traced cocaine deals and murders in its home base in Calabria — the “toe” of Italy’s boot-shaped peninsula — to hundreds of mobsters across three continents, from a local mayor and police

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LIFEWTR Immune Support

PepsiCo’s LIFEWTR bottled water has today released LIFEWTR Immune Support: a new water ‘designed to hydrate and support immune function. 

Its debut marks the first product extention for the brand since it was launched in 2017. 

Immune Support contains 10% of the recommended daily value of Zinc to support immune function. A blue cap differentiates the bottle from the original LIFEWTR line.

The bottle’s code-based label design comes from Zach Lieberman, an artist and educator in computer graphics and human-computer innovation.

Zach Harris, Vice President, Water Portfolio at PepsiCo Beverages North America, notes: “Research has shown that

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Bakery: Abby Jane Bakeshop

At Abby Jane Love’s eponymous new bakery in Dripping Springs, everything from her naturally leavened sourdough breads to the wood-fired “Roman-inspired” pizzas and superlative pastries—like the Queen “P,” a Texas twist on a kouign amann with sticky pecan caramel—are all made with flour that’s milled just a few yards away at Barton Springs Mill. 

 

All the breads, pastries, and pizzas at Abby Jane Bakeshop are made from flour from on-site partner Barton Springs Mill. Photo courtesy Abby Jane Bakeshop.

 

Breakfast Taco: Tacos Guerrero

Known as “the abuelita in the orange taco truck,” owner Yolanda Guerrero has

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