Besides having the most awesome lamps that hang from the ceiling, Chennai Cafe has great South Indian food. When you walk in the door, the fragrant aromas hit you and you find yourself curious about the dining experience that awaits. Their website explains things in the following way.
“Chennai cafe is an Indian restaurant that specializes on Authentic South Indian cuisines. We have unique dishes that you wouldn’t fine anywhere and is complimented by our extensive menu which covers most of the South Indian dishes.”
For lunch today, I enjoyed the Lamb Kurma, rice, Naan, and tea. It was all wonderful, with just the right amount of spice. And did I mention their beautiful lamps that are ripe for use with the Prisma App?
It is that time of year again. Motorcycles are everywhere in Austin for the Republic of Texas Biker Rally. My favorite event is the motorcycle parade that travels from the Rally site in North Austin to Congress Avenue Downtown. It is pretty special to cheer for the bikers as they arrive on Congress. This year I chose a spot in front of the Capitol Building to view the festivities.
So the Mophie Team one-upped themselves this year at SXSW. Last year, if you were low on battery power on your mobile device, you could text them and they would send out a human and a Saint Bernard to your rescue. This year, they are sending them out on Indian motorcycles with sidecars. Pretty awesome advertising, and they were collecting donations for the St. Bernard Rescue Foundation.
Helmets are not required at the Wall of Death, and it is a preferred skill to ride with no hands so you can snatch the dollar bills dangled by the customers hanging out over the top edge of the wall. These guys and their motorcycles and go-carts were great!