Rosie and Steph discussed new locations, launch updates, and what they did last weekend in central Texas.
Steph spent his Friday night as a virtual master of ceremonies for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s 2022 Student of the Year Kick-Off event in Austin. It’s Steph’s 3e season hosting the LLS Student of the Year and Male and Female of the Year campaigns. The kickoff announced 39 local students who make up 26 candidate teams who aim to reach a collective goal of $ 1,250,000 by February 26.e to fight against blood cancers. Steph is honored to be involved and enjoys learning all about the candidates and their incredible dedication every year.
Taquero Mucho opens a second location
The local owners of the Gabriela Group are proud to announce that the doors will soon open in a new location of the popular Taquero Mucho taqueria. Starting Friday, Jan. 7, North Austin’s new restaurant opens for food service, though details surrounding an official grand opening celebration later next spring will be announced in the coming weeks.
Taquero Mucho looks forward to welcoming new and old customers to the North Austin Restaurant located at 11101 Burnet Rd, Austin, TX 78758. The new restaurant will be open Monday through Sunday from 11 am to 9 pm, although fans should monitor the restaurant’s social activities. media channels for business hours updates.
Since opening in February 2020 on West 6th (508 West Ave, Austin, TX 78701), the Latina-owned restaurant has become well known for its pink design as well as highly Instagrammable menu items that use fresh ingredients while avoiding artificial flavors and enhancers. The newest location in North Austin will continue this tradition by serving a similar menu, inspired by recipes from the Michoacán family that co-owner and creative director Gabriela Bucio ate while growing up at home in Mexico. The restaurant will also offer its popular weekend brunch menu available exclusively every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Similar to all the other concepts within the Gabriela Group, Taquero Mucho will present their signature bar program developed personally by Gabriela herself. All of the craft cocktails, margaritas and micheladas are made with freshly squeezed juice, in addition to the natural fruits she ate as a child while visiting her grandmother in Mexico. Taquero Mucho will also feature a number of creative concoctions, including several CBD-inspired cocktails, featuring other local and women-owned businesses like Indigo Smart Cafe.
Following recent renovations earlier this year with other concepts such as Revival Coffee, Gabriela’s South Austin, and Seareinas, Gabriela and her design teams worked together to breathe new life into the 3-plus interior dining room. 800 square feet which also includes a full service dining area. as a full service counter bar.
After a complete recess of the original space, the new Taquero Mucho in North Austin takes inspiration from the original downtown location, including its all-pink and feminine design. Other unique design features include custom imported tiles, marble countertops, vibrant bathrooms, signature wallpaper, and several custom neon signs.
“The fact that we are able to expand Taquero Mucho to a second location in less than two years is a real testament to the hard work of my amazing team. Without them, none of this would be possible and I am very grateful to be surrounded by so many talented people, ”said Gabriela Bucio, co-founder and co-owner of Gabriela’s Group. “I also really hope this news provides another example to young Latinos and Latinos around the world that dreams can come true. I can attest that such a path will not be easy, but if you can stand firm, strategic and united in your approach while surrounding yourself with talent and creativity, you can truly make the impossible possible.
Taquero Mucho marks the opening of the latest concept from the Austin-based Gabriela’s group, founded by siblings and Mexican natives Gabriela and Arturo Bucio.
New projects opening this year include a second location for their flagship restaurant Gabriela’s in South Austin (9600 South IH-35, Unit B-500, Austin, TX 78748); a second concert hall located in Far East Austin called Mala Santa (8509 Burleson Road, Austin, TX 78719); a beloved redeveloped coffee shop in East Austin called Revival Coffee (1405 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78702); and a new concept of Mexican seafood bar and restaurant located in North Austin called Seareinas (6607 N Interstate Hwy 35, Austin, TX 78752). Other restaurants and venues in Austin include Gabriela’s Downtown (900 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78702), Taquero Mucho (508 West Ave, Austin, TX 78701), and Mala Vida (708 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78701).
Visit www.taqueromuchoaustin.com to learn more and buy products online. Also, be sure to follow Taquero Mucho on all social media platforms at @taqueromuchoaustin including Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok to stay on top of future news and events.
Blue Suede opens on South First Street
Blue Suede, a woman-founded designer footwear and accessories store for women, has announced its opening at 1600 S. First St., Ste, 120 on Monday, January 10, 2022. Brought to Austin by good friends Jennifer Parkman and Cynthia McMillioan, Blue Suede’s urban lounge invites visitors to relax and enjoy a glass of wine, beer or coffee while trying on selections of shoes, accessories and of gifts in their showroom without pressure.
“I’ve spent a lot of time over the years sharing my idea with friends, asking them ‘shoes plus wine, right?’ And the answer has always been ‘yes!’ something that I’m very proud to finally bring to life, “said Jennifer Parkman, owner of Blue Suede.” My biggest challenge isn’t keeping a pair of every style of shoes for myself. My co-founder Cynthia has me. Said I’m losing this battle already! We have worked hard to make the atmosphere of Blue Suede warm and comfortable, hoping to encourage guests to stay for a while and enjoy it.
Inspired by Parkman’s favorite Chicago shoe store, the Blue Suede concept was born to give women the freedom to try on shoes without having to ask a salesperson for help and have all sizes on hand. . Blue Suede will provide an inviting space to rejuvenate, relax, meet up with friends, all surrounded by unique jewelry, beautiful handbags and the latest shoe trends featuring renowned designers such as Dolce Vita, Seychelles, Matisse, Donald Pliner, Yellow Box, Tamaris, and many more. Blue Suede will be the exclusive carrier in Austin for highly sought-after shoe brands including Jeffrey Campbell and select styles of Valentina, personally originating in Italy.
The Blue Suede Lounge will offer guests a select menu of alcoholic beverages and small bites available for purchase, including beer and cider from Austin Eastciders and Austin Beerworks, a small wine list with offerings of red, white , rosé and sparkling wine and cheese platters made from Antonelli’s Cheese. The drinks menu is rounded off with Sunday mimosas available in a carafe or glass and fresh coffee from Austin Roasting Company, including a cold brew Giddy Up.
“It has been amazing to see Blue Suede move from a simple vision into the unique and creative space that it is now,” said Blue Suede co-founder Cynthia McMillioan. “We are so grateful to have an incredibly talented team who have helped make this a reality. We’ve made an effort to carefully organize every aspect of the experience, from the art to the wine and of course the shoes! “
Blue Suede will be located at 1600 S. First St., Ste, 120, Austin, TX 78704 and will be open Monday through Thursday from noon to 8 p.m., Friday from noon to 9 p.m., Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, visit bluesuedeaustin.com and follow on Instagram @bluesuedeaustin.
‘Hadestown’ with Broadway in Austin reschedules dates
TPA statement: “We regret to share this, due to groundbreaking positive COVID cases within the company ‘Hadestown‘, Next week’s engagement at Bass Concert Hall (January 11-16, 2022) has been rescheduled. ‘Hadestown’ will now play Bass Concert Hall from September 20 to 25, 2022.
Customers do not need to take any action at this time as their seats remain secure. Tickets for January dates will be honored for new performance dates. Details will be emailed to ticket holders.
Customers who have transferred or resold “Hadestown” tickets are responsible for sharing information with the ticket holder attending the show. Learn more about upcoming shows on BroadwayInAustin.com or TexasPerformingArts.org.