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Austin FC fans will get to grub on their favorite local eats as they watch their new favorite team, thanks to a partnership with 512 Food Co. The club collaborated with stadium restaurant caterer Levy to make 512 Food Co. the official hospitality team of the brand new Q2 Stadium, meaning a smorgasbord of local options will be available come gameday.


512 Food Co. will stock the stadium with community restaurants as well as launch the "Austin Table," which will feature a rotating table of minority-owned local businesses at the stadium in partnership with the Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts.

Here's the first list of local favorites that will be featured once stadium doors open in June:

    • Bao'd Up- a fast casual Modern Asian restaurant
    • Casa Chapala- authentic Mexican restaurant and tequila bar
    • DoubleDave's Pizzaworks- Austin-based pizza buffet and restaurant chain, home of DoubleDave's Peproni rolls.
    • Easy Tiger- Austin-based bakery and beer garden with homemade bread, coffee and more
    • Mmmpanadas- specialty food truck focused on a variety of empanada options
    • One Taco- an urban with food trucks located throughout Austin
    • Pluckers Wing Bar- sports bar featuring specialty wings and homemade sauces, originally from Austin.
    • Slovacek's- Czech-style barbeque and bakery based in West, Texas
    • Tamale Addiction- organic corn masa tamales
    • Tacodeli- taqueria with a mix of Mexican tradition and Austin flair
    • Taco Flats- tacos, beers and cocktails with over 40 years in Austin
    • The Austin Table- a rotating table of minority owned Austin businesses
    • T-Loc's Sonoran Hot Dogs- Tucson local hot dogs, street food with Sonoran roots
    • Valentina's Tex Mex BBQ- exactly what it sounds like. BBQ with a Tex-Mex twist
    The restaurants will be distributed around the stadium alongside specialty sections like the Queso Fountain, a tribute to queso lovers everywhere, the ATX Doghouse, dedicated to hot dogs and sausages, the ATX Market and Austin City Goods for grab & go snacks and vegan options, and El Mercado, a Latin-themed market with more vegan/vegetarian options as well as Mmmmpanadas and Tamale Addiction tamales.
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