Find fun things to doin the Austin, TX area

+ Add A Listing
The Feed

Posted: 2:08 p.m. Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Events: Cafe Josie and Fall Creek Winery team to benefit AIDS Services of Austin 


Cafe Josie’s new owners bring new flavors
Cafe Josie co-owners Cody Taylor (general manager), right, and chef Brandon Fuller, left, bought the restaurant from founder Charles Mayes in 2012.

By Matthew Odam

Café Josie kicks off its Taste and Donate happy hour series at the Clarksville-area restaurant from July 14-19. The happy hours will feature Fall Creek wines and dressings and sauces from Austin Josie Artisan Foods, from original Café Josie owner Charles Mayes. A portion of proceeds will benefit AIDS Services of Austin. The happy hours cost $35 and run from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., and the week will culminate with a meet and greet with Mayes and Fall Creek Winery owners Ed and Suan Auler. The series will continue through the next three month.

Read my January review of Cafe Josie here.

 

 

Matthew Odam

About Matthew Odam

Matthew Odam is the restaurant critic and reporter at the Austin American-Statesman, where he also covers the local film scene and writes film criticism.

Connect with Matthew Odam on:Twitter

Send Matthew Odam an email.

 
 

TRAILER VIDEOS

Food trailer playlist