THINGS TO DO IN AUSTIN

Doughnut Milkshake Popup this weekend!
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DOUGHNUT MILKSHAKE & PASTRY POP-UP

Where: Peached Social House, 6500 North Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78756

When: Sunday, June 4, at 12 p.m.

How Much: $17-19

The Peached Tortilla’s last milkshake pop-up was one of our favorite things to do in Austin in April. In case you missed it, you have another chance to try the most Instagram-worthy dessert in the city.

This time around, The Peached Tortilla has teamed up with renowned pastry chef Janina O’Leary (formerly of La V, Per Se, and Del Posto and currently of Play Dough Pop Up). In collaboration with Janina, The Peached Tortilla has curated two unique milkshakes – each topped with one of Janina’s famous doughnuts. The Birthday Cake Mimosa is back as well, now featuring a piece of Janina’s homemade cake.

This pop up is exclusively ticketed. Tickets include one specialty curated milkshake or birthday cake mimosa plus a specific pastry pairing. Additional Play Dough treats may be purchased à la carte.

Tickets can be purchased HERE. Get your tickets soon, this event sells out fast!

CYC POP-UP AT VINAIGRETTE

Where: Vinaigrette, 2201 College Ave, Austin, TX 78704

When: Sunday, June 4 at 9:30 a.m. & 10:15 a.m.

How Much: Open to the public

After the holiday weekend, you may be looking for some revitalizing things to do in Austin.

This Sunday, Vinaigrette is teaming up with Cyc Fitness to host two complimentary spin classes on the idyllic Vinny patio at Vinaigrette. Post work-out treats include açai bowls and anti-inflammatory smoothies provided by Vinaigrette, plus swag bags.

Visit the website for more details and to reserve your bike HERE. Spots are going so fast – be sure to sign up quickly!

THIRD ANNUAL TEXAS FRIED CHICKEN THROWDOWN

Where: The Square in Round Top, TX

When: Sunday, March 12, 10 a.m.-noon

How Much: $35

If you’re running out of things to do in Austin this weekend or just want a change of scenery, this event is only about 1.5 hours outside of the city and totally worth the drive.

This Sunday, Royers Round Top Cafe is hosting its 3rd Annual Texas Fried Chicken Throwdown, in search of the best fried chicken in Houston and Austin vs. Round Top. Competing chefs include Jack Gilmore of Jack Allen’s Kitchen, Bud Royer of Royers Round Top Cafe, Danny Riebling of Rachel Ashwell’s The Prairie, Hoover Alexander of Hoover’s Cooking and Jim Mills & Lee Ellis of Lee’s Fried Chicken and Donuts.

Tickets include entry to the event, fried chicken and sides from each of the competitors. Drinks and pies will be available at additional cost. Tickets can be purchased HERE.

Proceeds from ticket sales will go to local Texas charities: Mobile Loaves & Fishes, Meals on Wheels Central Texas and Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston.

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