Happy Holidays 512ers. I hope you’ve been good this year, I think Santa has a lot in store for us coming up.
At least there has been a lot in store for me. I love the Holidays and I start decorating and getting in the holiday spirit as soon as the Halloween decorations come down. Thanksgiving is just a stop along the way to Christmas, and usually I’ve done the majority of decorating before Thanksgiving even gets here.
There are three things I love during this time of year, the decorations, the parties and events, and the tradition of the entire season. Continue reading
I took the summer off, but now that the holidays are here and the social calendar is filling up, I decided is was time to return from hiatus. With that, it was time to come with a new name and identity.
I’m excited to share the holidays with you, from the fun events to attend, to great places to eat or grab a cocktail with your friends and all the Austin traditions that happen this time of year. It’s going to be a great season.
Welcome back, 512.
If there one thing I love it is brunch, and if its another, its philanthropy, combine both with my affinity for patio dining, add a group of young and active Austinites and you have my idea of a perfect day. You also have how I spent last Sunday afternoon, which was at CharityBash’s Spring Brunch hosted at the infamous Austin restaurant, Paggi House. Continue reading
Tucked away on Hearn Street just off of Lake Austin Boulevard, this European bistro seems to be a neighborhood secret. However, its classically european menu, chic yet casual decor, and reasonable prices, it is a wonder how its kept such a low profile all these years.
If there is one thing you need to learn about me, it is that I have a visceral dislike of flip flops. Yesterday seemed to have marked 80 degree or higher temperatures across the nation which sent all of my followers/those I follow on Twitter into an excited frenzy to bust out their shorts and flip flops that have been patiently sitting in the closet since the close of Labor Day last fall. Continue reading
Off of West 6th on West Lynn, the restaurant provides a homey, rustic ambiance that is very inviting.
I spent the better part of yesterday putting together my schedule for the next couple of weeks. It is going to be an exciting time for myself and the entire city as lots of things will be happening. I can’t wait to share with you what I’ve been up to around town.
Fashion, drinks, taste tests, events, openings, more? Just another day in Austin.