Sunday, July 7, 2013
This month, we’re spotlighting the Brushy Creek Neighborhood of Austin. This week, we’ll be taking a look at some of the dining and entertainment options in this Northwest Austin suburb.
If you’re looking for an unusual meal, and maybe even the ingredients to cook it with afterwards, check out Teji’s Indian Restaurant and Grocery. They get high marks from diners for their Chicken Vindaloo, which is nice and spicy, and their light fluffy rice. Afterwards, head over to the grocery side for some delicious ingredients so you can recreate your dish at home!
Jack Allen’s Kitchen began in Oak Hill, but now has a location up north serving up their beloved fresh, unique dishes with locally sourced ingredients. The menu changes frequently to take advantage of what is fresh and available. Diners especially rave about brunch, where you can eat until you waddle!
Flix Brewhouse serves up movies and beer in a comfy theatre setting showing the latest new releases. They have a whole wall of taps, including beer they brew themselves! And your seats are grouped based on when you bought them, so you don’t need to show up extra early to make sure you can sit with your date.
If live theatre is more your thing, Brushy Creek isn’t far from Sam Bass Community Theatre, where they’ve been serving up entertaining theatre since 1981 in the Old Round Rock Railroad Depot. Their season usually has a variety of works, from Murder Mystery whodunits to dramas and comedies, to musicals with casts so large you can’t believe they can get that many people on stage. They also have a Youth Guild where children and young adults learn all parts of the craft of theatre and put it to work on stage in full productions.
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