Gabriela Bucio owns Gabriela's Group, an Austin-based restaurant and design group, with her brother, Arturo. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
The August 5 episode of the Austin Breakdown features an interview with Gabriela Bucio, the local restaurateur behind Gabriela's, Taquero Mucho and other local hotspots, plus a conversation with Community Impact reporter Katy McAfee about an upcoming audit of Central Health.
If you don’t already know Gabriela Bucio's name, then you’ve probably seen the mark she’s left on Austin. Bucio is the owner of a number of popular Austin businesses, including Gabriela’s, Mala Vida nightclub, Seareina’s, Revival Coffee and Instagram’s favorite pink taco shop, Taquero Mucho.
The local mogul has several new projects on the horizon, including her first venture in Houston, which will be the third location of her flagship restaurant, Gabriela’s.
Bucio joins the podcast to discuss her upcoming plans and her journey to becoming a local mogul.
Also on this episode...
San Marcos city council certifies a petition allowing residents to vote on the decriminalization of marijuana; Austin City Council renames a street that referenced the Confederacy; Dripping Springs visitor bureau prepares for upcoming solar eclipses; and more.
Connor McGovern produces Community Impact Newspaper's podcasts, The Austin Breakdown, The Houston Breakdown and The DFW Breakdown. He also works as a reporter and producer for Mid-Missouri Public Radio and an editor at the Columbia Missourian. In May 2023, Connor will graduate from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism.
Olivia hosts and produces Community Impact Newspaper's podcasts, the Austin Breakdown, the Houston Breakdown and the DFW Breakdown. She launched the podcasts after nearly three years as a reporter for the newspaper, covering public health, business, development and Travis County government for the Central Austin edition. Olivia worked as a reporter and producer for South Carolina Public Radio before moving to Texas. You can follow her on Twitter @ojaldridge.
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