Friday, November 27, 2015

A Pictorial Essay on Rudy’s Moist Brisket

Brisket evokes a lot of passion among BBQ fans. Everyone has their own take and favorites but without question, Texans truly love brisket. Now I’m a long-time fan of the moist brisket at Rudy’s Country Store and BBQ and i got to thinking about the process that a brisket goes through from the time it… Read the Rest »

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Chi’ Lantro Review

I have always enjoyed Korean food in all its seemingly limitless iterations. And lately I’ve been enjoying the hell out of a small local chain that went the trailer-to-brick and mortar route like so many others lately. The name is Chi’ Lantro and the Burnet location has become one of my go-to joints for lunch…. Read the Rest »

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Lenoir Review

I always had at least two reasons to enjoy the fare at Trio: Exec Chef Elmar Prambs and Sous Chef Todd Duplechan. Well Todd moved on [as all great sous chefs do] and with his wife started a restaurant on S.1st called Lenoir. This little 32-seat restaurant has a farm-market philosophy with French influences. And… Read the Rest »

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1610 San Antonio St.
Austin, TX 78701
(512) 474-2796

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Sumo Japanese Steakhouse Review

Most of us have at one time or another experienced the programmed cacophony of aTeppankayi Grill restaurant. And then it’s kind of “been there done that” sort of thing. Well I have done Sumo Japanese Steakhouse in San Antonio three times now and have yet to tire of either the experience or the food. The… Read the Rest »

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The Return of the Gonzo Gourmet Club

During the earlier years of Dining Out with Rob, I used to go out regularly for dinner with three of my guys friends: Auggie Garrido,  Continue Reading »

Austin: The Best City for…

Lately, it seems that Austin has won just about every national accolade possible for livability, business environment, music and lifestyle, entrepreneurship,  Continue Reading »

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