• Restaurant Recommendation: Pool Burger

     
    POSTED June 26, 2018
     

    You don’t have to rush through this meal, you’re on island time. 

  • Restaurant Recommendation: Pool Burger

     
    POSTED June 26, 2018
     

    You don’t have to rush through this meal, you’re on island time. 

  • Restaurant Recommendation: Pool Burger

     
    POSTED June 26, 2018
     

    You don’t have to rush through this meal, you’re on island time. 

Situated between the Deep Eddy Pool and Deep Eddy Cabaret in Austin sits a 1968 Airstream and bar that serves as the perfect location for Pool Burger. The vintage burger trailer off ers customers eight all-natural burgers, including a house-made veggie patty, crinkle cut fries, Tahitian vanilla and homemade dark chocolate soft serve, and a separate fully stocked bar devoted solely to Tiki drinks. 

In addition to the classic beef and cheese combo, visitors can find savory combinations like the Blue Hawaiian, which features griddled pineapple, bacon, Thousand island dressing and crumbled blue cheese, or the Deep End, which is a triple pool burger with Swiss cheese, bacon, fresh jalapenos and dijonaisse. The bar at Pool Burger offers a variety of beer, including Negra Modela and Red Stripe Jamaican Lager, wines and classic Tiki drinks such as the frozen Hurricane, Mai Tai and Singapore Sling.

Pool Burger is located at 2315 Lake Austin Boulevard, and is a partnership between Will Bridges (a partner in several Austin hot spots, including the Deep Eddy Cabaret), Tom Moorman and Larry McGuire, both of McGuire Moorman Hospitality, which owns and operates Clark’s Oyste r Bar, June’s All Day café and bar, and Elizabeth Street Café. The restaurant uses freshly baked buns with hormone and antibiotic-free beef from Peeler Farms in Floresville, Texas. 

“Pool Burger is a great event space. It is easy to book the entire Tiki burger bar at an affordable rate for a fun, easy and relaxed environment. Guests can enjoy island music from an on-site DJ, an array of burgers with veggie options and Tiki cocktails. The experience is very versatile, as you can spend all day swimming at Deep Eddy Pool and then head up to Pool Burger in your swimsuit and finish off the night with great food, music and soft serve. The space is open to everyone at any time of day and offers a unique Austin vibe,” says Fallon Allison, events director for Pool Burger. 

League City CVB manager Stephanie Polk shares her career journey.

Originally from Kentwood, Louisiana, Stephanie Polk, TDM, CTE, first made her mark on the travel and tourism industry as director of marketing for the Beaumont Convention & Visitors Bureau. There, she helped to elevate the city as a destination for recreation travelers and business groups. Wowed by her accomplishments, in 2020, League City brought her on board to lead its marketing efforts. She shares with us highlights and advice from her experience in the industry. 

 

The time is right; the stage is set. Groups are ready to meet face to face again, and the four-star luxury hotel MGM Grand Detroit is ready to welcome you back.

According to MPI’s report “Spring 2021 Meetings Outlook,” three-quarters of meeting professionals predict a face-to-face event this calendar year. And that definitely rings true for Lisa Williams, executive director of sales for the hotel.

 

Baldamar’s location—next to the Von Maur at Rosedale Center—might give the wrong first impression. The hip, fine dining restaurant is a fresh concept for the area, one that could easily fit into a more foodie-centric area. Randy Stanley, owner of 6Smith in Wayzata, calls Baldamar a legacy restaurant that just happens to be next a mall (he similarly describes 6Smith as a restaurant that happens to have a lake attached). “I’ve always liked this part of the Twin Cities,” says Stanley. “I love the thriving, local community.