Moved: The Hey Cupcake trailer in the 1600 block of South Congress Avenue has moved a block and a half north to 1511 S. Congress Ave., on the corner of the Congress Avenue Baptist Church lot. The Hey Cupcake team has turned a small patch of grass into a somewhat permanent-looking home for the Airstream with a cupcake on top. Despite rumors before South by Southwest that the other trailers just down the road would have to move after the festival, almost all of them are still there and have said that they’ve now heard April or May for the move to make way for a new 80-room hotel from SOCO ATX Development. heycupcake.com
Open: Flat Track Coffee, an espresso bar inside Farewell Books at 913 E. Cesar Chavez from the relatively new Austin-based roasting company, whose home base is at 777 Shady Lane. Frank Hot Dogs Cold Beer uses Flat Track Coffee for its coffee beverages, and you can buy roasted beans at Royal Blue Grocery, Empire BMX and Fast Folks Cyclery. 814-6010, flattrackcoffee.com
Open: Goldis Sausage Company, a food truck at 907 E. Sixth St. from owner Keenan Goldis, who specializes in making handmade sausages inspired by traditional and nontraditional sausages from around the world.
Open: Blind Squirrel, an upscale sandwich cafe serving lunch from from chef Jack Raia Monday through Saturday at 1105 S. Mays St. in Round Rock. (512) 244-6888, blindsquirrelsandwiches.com
Open: Verts, the sixth location of the quickly growing Austin-based kebap company at 1500 S. Lamar Blvd. Another location is slated to open soon in the Mueller development. vertskebap.com
Open: Tyson’s Tacos has taken over the space at 4905 Airport Blvd., which formerly housed a Jalapeno Joe’s. 451-3326
Reopen: After closing after a fire in 2011, Hong Kong Supermarket has reopened at 8557 U.S. 183. 836-2068, hongkongsupermarket-austin.com
2 Dine 4 Catering, Supper Friends and the Swoop House, 3012 Gonzales St., are hosting a Good Friday crawfish boil at 6 p.m. Friday to raise money for Lynn Smith, a friend and colleague who is battling breast cancer. $15 donation at the door, BYOB.
The Funky Chicken Coop Tour takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Maps to the funkiest chicken coops in Austin cost $10 at Buck Moore Feed and Supply, 5237 N. Lamar Blvd. fccooptour.blogspot.com
Chisholm Trail Winery is hosting its annual Spring Fling Sock Hop from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday at the winery at 2367 Usener Road, nine miles west of Fredericksburg. The event will feature 1950s-style live music, wine tasting and wood-fired pizza. Free admission. chisholmtrailwinery.com
Mulberry chef Kristine Kittrell is serving a Game Of Thrones-inspired four-course dinner at 7:30 p.m. Sunday for the season three premiere of the hit HBO show. You can make reservations ($35 per person) by calling 320-0297 or going to mulberryaustin.com.
Elizabeth Winslow, formerly of Farmhouse Delivery and Greenling, has launched her newest venture, Haymakers, a website that provides support for food entrepreneurs through free online forums, roundtables and workshops. To launch the company, Winslow is hosting a live storytelling event called ShopTalk on Tuesday that will feature local food entrepreneurs including food writer Paula Disbrowe, Philip Speer of Uchi/Uchiko, Jack Gilmore of Jack Allen’s Kitchen and Manuel Gonzales of Badgerdog talking on the theme "In the Weeds." The event will start at 6 p.m. at CTC Garden, 1102 Cesar Chavez St., and will feature food and libations from local chefs, brewers, distillers and winemakers, such as Fete Accompli, Noble Sandwiches, Confituras, Pogue Mahone Pickles and Kosmic Kombucha. Tickets ($24) and information online at haymakersonline.com.