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Oatmeal with a side of magazines is how Victoria Wykoff (@queenvictoria9 on Instagram) likes to spend Saturday morning, especially if it’s at Walton’s Fancy and Staple, 609 W. Sixth St., which serves sweet and savory breakfasts and pastries, as well as lunch.
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Gregarious Fort Worth chef Tim Love opened his first Austin restaurant, Lonesome Dove, at 419 Colorado St. earlier this summer, but Austin photographer Madelinne Grey (@madelinnegrey) let the food do the talking with this photo of steak tacos she had for lunch last week.
Many people head to Uchiko, 4200 N Lamar Blvd., when they are craving some of Tyson Cole’s inventive Asian cuisine, but diners like Sarah Jacober (@sarahjacober) know you shouldn’t skip the dessert menu, which includes such creative concoctions as tobacco cream, sweet corn sorbet, fried milk and olive gelato.
Fried oysters are one thing, and chilaquiles are another, but at Mongers Market and Kitchen, 2401 E. Cesar Chavez St., they combine the two into a brunch favorite that @andreanuu enjoyed earlier this month.
If your Saturday is filled with errands, sometimes it’s a good idea to both start and finish at the grocery store, that is, if your grocery store doubles as a place to fill up the tank before you head out. Last weekend, @traveling.eats and friends gathered at Central Market on North Lamar for pizza, tacos, a burger and a salad.