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City Lifestyle Austin – Taco Town on the Trail of Austin’s Best Tacos

Article by Deborah Hamilton-LynnePhotography by Weston CarlsOriginally published in ATX Lifestyle There cannot be a town more taco obsessed than Austin. We start our day with breakfast tacos and end it with chocolate tacos for dessert. When we are away we dream of the tacos we are missing. An entire evening’s conversation and sometimes heated […]

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Platinum Austin Green Business Leaders

Green Business is Good Business — Especially in Austin!Addressing the climate crisis and protecting our environment is critically important, and businesses have a significant role to play. The Austin Green Business Leaders Program wants to help your business get recognized for doing good work in our community. Businesses that excel in the program are formally

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Sustainability, quality of food become focus for longtime Austin Mexican restaurant

For Jennifer McNevin, her interest in sustainability began after watching the “Food, Inc.” documentary on America’s food industry. McNevin and her husband, Greg Koury, and their business partner, Ahmad Modoni, own Manuel’s Mexican Restaurant, which has locations downtown and on Jollyville Road in the Great Hills area. Watching the documentary on how food is produced

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Founding Austin Magazine – Q&A: Jennifer McNevin of Manuel’s

“Meet me at Manuel’s” has been a common phrase and part of the Austin culinary lexicon since 1984, when third-generation restaurateur Greg Koury opened his iconic restaurant — dedicated to authentic regional Mexican cooking — at 310 Congress Ave. Well-known for its consistently excellent menu, cocktails, and service, Manuel’s received a boost of energy, style,

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