I’m still in shock that I wound up as the Austin Chronicle’s Best of 2009 Most Diverse Portfolio. With that said, @windaddict thinks it is high time that we celebrate the recognition by having beer and food made beer. The eats menu has not been finalized, but I’m guessing that there will be cupcakes. :o) This party is not just a celebration, but a big thanks to those who helped get Keep Austin Dog Friendly, Austin Drive Clean, and MisoHungry where it is now. We hope for many more fun-filled years to come.
Location: The Gingerman 301 Lavaca St Austin, TX 78701 (512) 473-8680
When: Sunday, Sept. 20th, 2009, 5-7 pm
Why: Because we love you.
What to bring: yourself and some cash for booze, also some room for grub.
Below is @windaddict’s facebook event. Feel free to RSVP, but not necessary. This event is also dog friendly. Hope to see ya there!
Come celebrate Jennie’s Best of Austin ’09 Award at a Best of Austin ’09 winning bar. To thank all of you for your support, Jennie will bring a selection of her beer creations for everyone to enjoy. We hope to see you there!
Read about Jennie’s award:
“Most Diversified Portfolio: Jennie Chen
What would your life look like if you could focus your energy on your favorite things and then become an expert in all of them? With a résumé that reads like a Choose Your Own Adventure novel, MisoHungry Makes It With Moonshine blogger and veritable modern Renaissance woman Jennie Chen might know exactly what that feels like. MisoHungry is primarily foodie-focused, touching on topics such as cooking and baking with alcohol, specifically local craft brews, as well as restaurant reviews, food event notices, and cheerleading her own favorite delicious finds. She’s probably best known for throwing this year’s Cupcake Smackdown, pitting local purveyors of the delightful nibblies in a copious contest of crumb. But hold on to your leash! Chen is also the force behind Keep Austin Dog Friendly, an informative website listing dog-friendly restaurants, businesses, off-leash park locations, dog events, and more. Not impressed? Chen also created the Austin Drive Clean group, open to anyone “who wants to learn how to live green and drive clean.” And dig this: While Chen’s not practicing fuel-efficient driving, spending time with her pooch, or flashing her local foodie-finess, she splits her time as a DNA collector for the University of North Texas Health Science Center, through which she has worked with the Texas Attorney General and state law authorities, and as a research assistant and graduate lecturer at Texas A&M. So you have a choice: Look at what Jennie Chen has accomplished as inspiration to follow your own dreams, or sink deeper into that couch, potato, and give up now. misohungrynow.blogspot.com, austindogfriendly.blogspot.com, http://www.austindriveclean.com “