In Austin, East 11th Is the New SoCo
...Across the street and a few steps away is a modern twist on Chinese, Old Thousand where you’ll find brisket fried rice (with meat from Micklethwait’s Craft Meats), rich red interiors and a sultry vibe that makes you want to linger for hours...
— DARLENE FISKE
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— MATTHEW ODOM
Old Thousand Brings Dope Chinese Food To The East Side
To bring their own self-proclaimed brand of Dope Chinese Food to the East Side. If last night's wildly delicious soft opening was any indication, they've more than achieved that noble goal. Do512 had the chance to stop by Old Thousand and sample some of their dope Chinese food ourselves, as well as grab some photos from the experience.
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The team at this East Side spot is offering modern takes on American Chinese dishes like kung pao cauliflower, sunchoke fried rice, and crispy wontons with pork and shrimp and a pineapple and chile sauce...
— Tasting Table
Austin Chefs Team Up to Open a Funky Chinese Brasserie With a Weird Name
East Austin is an upbeat and diverse mix of housing, businesses, and culture. This revitalized community has undergone rapid development and is becoming one of the city’s most sought neighborhoods. Residents enjoy convenient access to some of Austin’s most popular hotspots including Lady Bird Lake and nightlife on Sixth Street...
— LEILANI LIM-VILLEGAS
The Most Exciting Austin Restaurant Openings This Winter
2016 is almost over, and with that, it’s time to look ahead to the new year with a fresh slate of restaurants and bars ready to open in Austin.
— NADIA CHAUDHURY
Old Thousand’s Innovative Chinese Dining Concept Opens Today in Austin
Old Thousand, a new neighborhood Chinese restaurant will open in November 2016 on Austin’s east side at 1000 East 11th Street, Suite #150, with a Chinese brasserie and cocktail bar concept. The restaurant will offer up an eclectic and inventive mix of flavors, ingredients, and styles with modern interpretations of classic Chinese dishes in a casual and comfortable setting...
— SHELLEY SEALE