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#FoodieFriday: DipDip Hooray!

by Haven Lindsey on December 20, 2019

The wait (might be) over. DipDipDip Tatsu-Ya, the immensely popular, wait-a-month for a table shabu-shabu restaurant, has recently expanded its hours – so, getting a table is easier! In a city the size of Austin...

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#FoodieFriday: Sophisticated, Down-to-Earth Dining at TRACE

by Haven Lindsey on December 13, 2019

Sophisticated, but not snooty. Eloquent, but not pretentious. TRACE, located in the W Austin hotel in the heart of downtown Austin, serves an eclectic menu of local, farm-to-market provisions keeping sustainable, renewable foods front and...

#TravelTuesday: Go Solo & Let Go in Lost Pines Texas

by Haven Lindsey on December 3, 2019

As I stood ready to let go for my first zip line ride, I knew that in less than a minute, I would be standing on the opposite platform with an expanded mind from learning...

#FoodieFriday: Intero Has The Last Word

by Haven Lindsey on November 22, 2019

To most of us, having the last word typically means having the final say. In those classic moments when the words someone stated were so poignant that there’s simply nothing left to say, you know...

#FoodieFriday: At Juniper, Dine Northern Italian-Style in East Austin

by Haven Lindsey on November 8, 2019

Tucked away in East Austin, there’s a cozy restaurant that embodies a little bit of Italy and a little bit of Austin. A made-from-scratch menu including bread, pasta and pastry specialties similar to what you...

#TravelTuesday: Solo Travelers Can Artfully Linger in Taos, New Mexico

by Haven Lindsey on October 22, 2019

Solo travel is an art form that blends well in Taos, a small town with a world-renowned art history. Solo travelers agree that one of their favorite aspects of traveling alone is the ability to...

#FoodieFriday: Feed Your Soul at Rosewood

by Haven Lindsey on October 18, 2019

When a meal transcends taste and becomes an experience, your soul smiles. Your soul starts being fed as soon as you walk into the 1890-era home that is now the Rosewood restaurant. The craftsmanship, attention...

#TravelTuesday: Connecting Solo in Taos, New Mexico

by Haven Lindsey on October 8, 2019

For a solo traveler, Taos will welcome you - and your dog! Northern New Mexico has been referred to as God’s Country. Even those born and raised in Texas hold the serene, sacred space in...

#FoodieFriday: Step Up to the Plate for a Homerun at Goodall’s Kitchen

by Haven Lindsey on August 16, 2019

Ambience. There are restaurants that can serve it up and restaurants that can’t. Most people who want a nice dining experience include the restaurant’s environment in their considerations. Lighting, artwork, privacy, noise level… ingredients that...