Publisher’s Note: It’s that time again – time to deal with our top stories. Here are five articles that caught our collective attention over the past seven days.
1. Austin is surprisingly not the most popular city in Texas for new residents during the pandemic. Despite the hyped headlines, news and Elon Musk comments, Austin is not the top city in Texas for newcomers. This honor belongs to the Big D.
2. One of the best pizzerias in Austin, closing its original location after 7 years. Bufalina is closing its original East Austin location on Sunday, February 28th. The restaurant, one of the rare places that is both a popular and tourist destination in the neighborhood, annoyed that a new location is in the works.
3. 2 posh Texas hotels book top spots in the prestigious list of the best in the US Texas is home to two of the best hotels in America, at least according to the US News & World Report.
4th North Austin cooks a huge commercial kitchen and food truck park. Prep ATX opens a 55,000-square-foot commercial kitchen campus in North Austin in April, creating the largest multifunctional kitchen community in the state. Finally, the project will host food trucks, commercial kitchens, and other culinary companies.
5. This Austin company is on a mission to the moon on a $ 93 million NASA contract. A company in Austin was hired to deliver scientific equipment, also known as payloads, directly to the moon. The area’s Firefly Aerospace received a $ 93.3 million scholarship to provide a range of science and technology demonstrations and equipment to the moon in 2023.