The Teriyaki Madness restaurant concept marries fast casual to nutritious and healthy Asian Teriyaki food. It’s very first Texas location will open at 7301 Burnet Road in the next few weeks!
Teriyaki Madness specializes in chef-inspired custom crafted rice bowls and plates, with an addicting homemade secret sauce. The restaurant utilizes domestic growers and delivers healthy cuisine using only fresh vegetables and proteins, such as never-frozen chicken and the finest beef.
Being a native of Seattle I wanted to bring the flavor of the Pacific Northwest to Austin. Today, if you search the word Teriyaki in Seattle, you will find at least 100 restaurants with “Teriyaki” in their name. It’s truly ubiquitous, like the BBQ of Texas.
Teriyaki Madness has something for everyone. If you don’t know Teriyaki, just think grilled chicken, with sweet or spicy sauce, rice and a side salad. It’s for adults or kids looking for a fresh and healthy meal, families who enjoy large portions and those who lead an active lifestyle seeking lean meal choices.
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I’ve eaten at Noble Sandwiches Central on Burnet Road twice this week – and had to tell you about some of the incredible food I’ve tasted.
This morning for breakfast, I had the ginger/apple waffle with some scrambled eggs cooked with green onions. The ginger was a nice addition and the cooked apple on top added a more natural sugar – letting you decide how sweet, based on the syrup you added. The eggs were light and a little bit buttery – I’m guessing the green onions were sauteed before the eggs were added…yum. If that wasn’t enough, I ordered the Biscuits and Gravy on the side – it sounded too good to pass up – and really was out of this world. The biscuit and gravy, the sausage and gravy, the gravy – these might be the best biscuits and gravy I’ve ever had. Did I mention the gravy?
I love sandwiches and seek out a good unique sandwich now and then. I had the chance to try the Mushroom Reuben – a few days ago – which is one of the best Ruebens I’ve had in a long time. The fact that it’s a vegetarian offering, just makes it a bigger plus – I never noticed the meat was missing. The grilled bread loaded with mushrooms, melted cheese, and this wonderfully fresh sauerkraut was one of the best new sandwiches I’ve had in a really long time.
Can’t wait to try more. Another BURO establishment I’ll be eating at again soon!
I stopped by Tiny Pies this morning and, oh, what a treat! I had a tiny cherry pie (really the perfect size and not so tiny at all) with cherries that had just the right combination of sweet and tart. I tried to eat only half – but that idea only lasted for about 14 seconds after I finished chewing my second bite. It was truly more than everything you’d hope for in a classic cherry pie.
Later in the day, I had a blueberry pop tart with lemon icing…I think exquisite is the word I first used to describe it when I stopped moaning. The crust was light and flaky and the incredibly fresh blueberries – the most perfect filling. The lemon icing on top added a creamy tart sweetness that made the pop tart melt (literally) in your mouth – it was amazing.
How great is it that we can walk into a store on Burnet Road now and buy these little treasures in small quantities? Oh, I forgot to mention, I still have a tiny key lime pie in the fridge I’m saving for after dinner. I’ll report back later!
RedRover Alley is bringing Europe over to Burnet Road! The 1500 square feet showcase at Antique Marketplace features authentic European antiques, reclaimed, and new European-inspired home decor, garden and gift items.
Rachel Miller, owner of RedRover Alley is featured in a vistaprint commercial that is airing nationally now. You can watch it on their website at www.RedRoverAlley.com.
RedRover Alley – Wine & Cheese Open House Saturday May 3rd
BURO followers are invited to an Open House Wine & Cheese Party Saturday, May 3 at the RedRover Alley booth Antique Marketplace 5806 Burnet Road from 1pm – 6pm. Come Meet Rachel and her RedRover Alley team.
You can also visit our warehouse for even more European goods. RedRover Alley Warehouse is located just off Burnet Road and 183 at 9603 Saunders Lane.
A new Allandale bar will bear an old name: Taco Flats. The original Taco Flats on North Lamar played a key role in the 70’s Austin music scene before shuttering. Now, the once-dive is getting second lease on life at 5520 Burnet Road, next to the future Peached Tortilla.
According to a press release Austinites will recognize inspirations drawn from the original Taco Flats, which closed in the early 80’s. This revamped hangout will feature 30+ craft beers, gourmet tacos and wine on tap, combining the hip and eclectic style the new Austin is known for, with the vintage feel of Taco Flats’ original location.
Austin design firm McCray & Co is involved, and Aaron Fresas of Midnight Cowboy and The Highball is developing the cocktail menu. According to a rep for the bar, owner Simon Madera received a blessing from former Taco Flats co-owner Linda Steele to revive the bar. This Statesman profile of the late “Cozzmic Carl” Steele offers a good primer on the bar’s former incarnation as a hippie Austin institution.
The full press release follows:
Austinites will recognize inspirations drawn from the original Taco Flats, which closed in the early 80’s. This revamped hangout will feature 30+ craft beers, gourmet tacos and wine on tap, combining the hip and eclectic style the new Austin is known for, with the vintage feel of Taco Flats’ original location.
Owner Simon Madera worked with a dedicated team of designers from McCray & Co., craftsman Bill Brasher, and students from the University of Texas’ Creative Advertising Sequence to create the new Taco Flats’ singular style and branding. The decor is more than just an environmental feature; it’s an invigorating design concept that permeates into the menu Madera has planned for this upcoming Austin gem and its new generation.
“Taco Flats is a preservation project,” explains Madera. “My hope is to bring new life to an old local favorite so it can once again be enjoyed by the people of Austin. The story is really something special and we have a talented team working to do it justice.”
Behind the bar, Aaron Fresas of Midnight Cowboy and The Highball leads the development of the cocktail menu, featuring modified cocktail classics that compliment the entrees and satisfy a discriminating palate. Madera intends to make his spot a staple in BuRo with good drinks and a menu that’s sure to please. By bringing the Taco Flats story back to the community that shared in its glory, it’s sure to have another successful run in the city that deserves it most. Leave a Reply
A Rich History: An iconic part of Austin’s rich history, The Burnet Road Drive-In Theater was built in 1952 on this site. It operated as one of the premier drive-in theaters of its time, offering quality & service to its customers.
We pride ourselves on customer service, old school hospitality with a quirky atmosphere, and a truly unique “Austin experience” for all of your storage needs. We’re not just your run-of-the-mill storage place, no sir.
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Office Open 6 Days M-F 8:30am-6:00pm, Sat 9am-5pm
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Burnet Road Self Storage has many types of storage amenities. For many it is the smile and quality customer service that they constantly receive. For others it is the amount of help that Burnet Road Storage can offer. Just look at some of the amenities below.
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Kevin is in his 12th year working at BRSS and his 6th year as resident manager. Along with his trusty Blue Heeler sidekick, Riley, they both look forward to meeting you and discussing your personal storage needs. Make sure to look for the gentleman with the hat & beard!
“I drive by it all the time and wonder: What is that place on the corner of Burnet Road and Cullen?” To tell the truth, we hear this comment far too often, and we would love it if you stopped in for a chat and for a cup of tea.
The corner has some real down home Austin history. The story goes something like this:
While looking for a home for Texas Healing Arts Institute’s Massage School, founded in 1997, Dr. Kirsten Kern had a dream. Dr. Kern, better known as “Stan”, dreamed about a piece of property with a hurricane fence with red roses growing on it. Dr. Eri Weinstein, the other owner, brought her to look at 7001 Burnet Road, a property owned by Bubba Smith and his lovely and talented wife, Nancy. It turned out that Stan had been dreaming of the roses planted almost 50 years earlier by Bubba Smith’s mother, Elizabeth Smith.
The property was originally owned by Bubba’s parents, who built their family home in 1950 and operated a produce company in what were once the warehouses. This might be considered one of the first mixed used properties on Burnet Road. Mrs. Smith lived here well into her nineties and then passed the land on to Bubba, who grew up riding his bike on the dirt road known as Burnet Road and swimming at Northwest Park in the summers. When Stan and Eri toured the property, the roses and the grounds had such a good energy, that they made it the Massage School’s home in 2004 and took over the gardening.
In the original buildings built by the Smiths, we now house both a spa and a vocational school. The 1950’s cut limestone ranch home houses the The Spa & Wellness Center. The produce warehouse was remodeled into our classrooms for The School of Massage Therapy.
The Spa & Wellness Center at Texas Healing Arts Institute is an affordable, neighborhood oriented day spa in central urban Austin, Texas. Our Spa and Wellness Center offers an abundance of bodywork modalities including:
Swedish relaxation massage
deep tissue massage
Thai body and foot massage
pain relief bodywork
posture correction bodywork
Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy™ for digestive and reproductive health, including fertility health and traditional spa treatments.
I just saw an article in the Austin Business Journal about two new restaurants coming to BURO – both in the Centennial Shopping Center at 7301 Burnet Road. I’ve reached out to both companies and hope to bring you more info soon!
Wear Art Thou: Austin’s Finest Boutique
By Julie Tereshchuk – Austin Writer & Magazine Editor http://www.jtword.com/
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What are the three things that make Wear Art Thou one of Austin’s most successful independent clothing stores? Naturally, there are an extensive range of stylish eclectic clothes and accessories unique to Austin. Then there’s the fact that the store’s convenient location (close to the Burnet and 45th Street intersection) offers not just store-front parking but also a parking lot in back. However, the secret sauce has to be the customer service offered by owner Andrea Sher-Leff and her experienced staff of three. That’s what makes this one of Burnet Road’s must-visit businesses, and one of the finest boutiques in the country. “Our clothing, beautiful jewelry and comfortable atmosphere allows each shopper to feel like they are spending time with old friends,” says Andrea.
The intimate setting of Wear Art Thou, in one of the character-filled, single-story converted homes that are becoming an increasing rarity in Austin, only adds to the store’s appeal. Do not be deceived though: once you step through those doors and onto the richly polished wooden floor, you’ll be amazed at the range and quantity of items on offer. Each inch of space has been well used and clothes from vendors including Lior, Eli, Niche and Babette (the San Francisco-based designer who manufactures all her garments in the United States) are displayed across four showrooms.
An artist in her own right, Andrea has been bringing her creativity to the clothing selection on offer since opening Wear Art Thou in 2008. Success brought change, and in March 2012 she relocated to the current Burnet Road location. Her customer service ethos is simple, and one that every woman will identify with: “I want to help my customers feel more confident about their wardrobe when they leave the shop.”
Opening times are 10-6 Tuesday through Saturday. “Come during the week for the individual experience, and Saturdays for the salon experience,” says Andrea.