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Erwin Center News

The University of Texas System Board of Regents on Thursday authorized the flagship campus in Austin to partner with a company that will pay to build and then operate a $300 million basketball and multipurpose arena. The arena, to be built at what is now a parking lot just south of Mike A. Myers Track Stadium and Soccer Field, will replace the Erwin Center, which will be torn down to accommodate expansion of UT’s Dell…
Cat Sprague
December 29, 2018
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Congrats to our Downtown Neighbors

Learn more about Waller Creek Conservancy and all they are doing for downtown by our 12th and Red River location.   WCC PARTICIPATES IN HIGH LINE NETWORK’S JOINT ART INITIATIVE Friends of the High Line, based in New York City, recently announced that Austin will be one of five cities to participate in the inaugural joint art initiative of the High Line Network. The exhibition is titled New Monuments for New Cities and will travel…
Cat Sprague
December 29, 2018
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New Bar Alert!

You're going to LOVE ordering takeout, catching a bite, your quick lunch beer and slice, and just hanging out with us - at the new bar at the Arboretum! Be sure to stop in soon and check it out! We do our best to make our little corner of the Arboretum comfortable and cozy. We've seen an increase in takeout and to go business, and look forward to making you a quick drink while your…
Cat Sprague
December 29, 2018
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Holiday Gift Card STEAL

Our best deal of the year is back, folks! Gift giving is an art and we're here to help you celebrate affordably. Make your list, check it twice... then toss it because pizza doesn't care if you're naughty or nice! Call or stop in for $25 in gift cards or more and get an extra $10 on us. Give us your email for great future offers, and we'll trade your entry to win a host…
Cat Sprague
November 25, 2018
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We’re doing TWO Pizza Months!

ICYMI, October was National Pizza Month. It was first observed in the United States during 1984 by Gerry Durnell. The founder of Pizza Today magazine chose that month because the first issue of his magazine debuted in October of that year. Durnell was a pizzeria owner in the small town of Santa Claus, Indiana when he realized there were no periodicals or tradeshow publications to support his growing pizza business or the industry in general.…
Cat Sprague
October 31, 2018