Official newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan


Honey Fest 2018 celebrates ‘elixir of the gods’

Celesia Smith October 25, 2018

Honey: natural, sweet, versatile, long-lasting and packed with nutrients and antioxidants. Three years ago, Tara Chapman and Lindsey Peebles, founders of Two Hives Honey and Texas Keeper Cider, decided...


Where to eat near campus during the boil water notice

Savana Dunning October 23, 2018

Here’s a list of restaurants and coffee shops on campus and near campus that are closed, open, and serving a limited menu. Closed: Field of Greens Fresh Market in the Union Starbucks in...


Dolce Vita to close doors by end of October

Liliana Hall October 11, 2018

While you’re saying your goodbyes to the chicken fried steak at Threadgill’s on West Riverside, start saying your goodbyes to Dolce Vita located in Hyde Park. The two beloved establishments...

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Top 5 Austin City Limits food vendors to satisfy your festival munchies

Brooke Sjoberg October 5, 2018

Austin City Limits may be known as a showcase of good musicians, but the vendors featured in the festival are some of the best local eateries. Ranging from ice cream and popsicles to two different pizza...


Black Star Co-op: A brewpub owned by the community for the community

Celesia Smith October 4, 2018

Few businesses can sincerely claim to be community first, but Austin’s own Black Star Co-op does just that. Located at the intersection of Lamar and Airport Blvd., Black Star Co-op is the world’s...


Crêpe Crazy offers an unique community, perspective

Trinady Joslin October 4, 2018

Crêpe Crazy, a restaurant located on South Lamar, has a history as unique as its flavors. The restaurant was founded in 2014 by Vladimir and Inna Giterman, deaf immigrants from Russia and Ukraine...


Taco food truck built on long-lasting friendships comes to Guadalupe Street

Ambar Ancira October 3, 2018

Austin seems to have a new taco joint at every corner, and at first glance, Tacos El Boo might seem like just another addition to the mix. However, it stands out because of how authentic the food tastes...

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‘Family is more important than money’ at Matt’s El Rancho

David Antonino September 28, 2018

Rodney Warner remembers running across the grass at the Matt’s El Rancho property, following the scent of fresh tortillas. Along with that came the familiar faces of Matt and Janie Martinez greeting...


Cookbook Bar & Café fuels downtown study sessions

Anna-Kay Reeves September 25, 2018

You’ve most likely read “To Kill a Mockingbird,” but have you had a Tequila Mockingbird? Thanks to Cookbook Bar & Café, Austin Central Library is your one stop shop for both. Cookbook...


Jester Wendy’s adopts long-held nickname, “Jendy’s”

Gracie Awalt September 14, 2018

It’s not just a nickname anymore. The Wendy’s located inside of Jester Hall has been officially renamed to “Jendy’s.” Chris Corley, an executive creative director for VML,...


5 boujee, boozy desserts to try in Austin

Jordyn Zitman September 14, 2018

Why choose between indulging in a decadent dessert or an irresistible drink when you can have both at the same time? In the last few years, Austin has seen the opening of several dessert bars featuring...


6 uniquely delicious ice cream shops in Austin

Jordyn Zitman September 5, 2018

After a scorching hot day in the Texas heat, there’s nothing better than ice cream to cool you down and raise your spirits. Austin boasts some of the best restaurants and food trucks around, so you...