Event: The Hightower Hosting Brunch to Benefit the Flatwater Foundation


On Sunday, January 11 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., The Hightower on East Seventh Street is hosting a bloody mary brunch to benefit The Flatwater Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing mental health support for families affected by a cancer diagnosis. With a $5 donation, guests will be able to prepare their own bloody mary with Dickel Corn Whiskey and their choice of a variety of condiments available at the bloody mary bar.

The Hightower will also be serving weekend brunch items like chicken and waffles prepared with fried chicken thighs, grit waffle, ginger honey syrup, hot sauce, and whipped butter, and one of the newest additions to the menu, carnitas with salsa verde, crema, avocado, pintos, and a fried egg on a bolillo roll.

WHEN: Sunday, January 11, 2015 from 11:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

WHERE: The Hightower, 1209 E. Seventh St.


Conceptualized by former executive chef Chad Dolezal of El Arbol in Austin and general manager Victor Farnsworth, The Hightower is one of the most recent additions to Austin’s Eastside gems that offers bold flavors with an intimate, neighborhood ambiance.

The Hightower is located at 1209 E. Seventh St. and is open Tuesday through Sunday offering lunch, dinner, and brunch. For hours of operations and more information, visit their website at http://thehightoweraustin.com or email them at info@thehightoweraustin.com.


The Flatwater Foundation is an Austin-based nonprofit dedicated to providing those in the community diagnosed with cancer, as well as their families and loved ones, access to mental health therapy and family support. The Flatwater Foundation’s approach combines access to traditional methods of psychological counseling, with mental wellness provided by physical activity in the forms of yoga, meditation, group exercise and personal training for Austin families impacted by a cancer diagnosis. Please visit www.flatwaterfoundation.org for additional information.

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A native Austinite and soccer-playing mom, Nicole uses her 10-year-old son as an excuse to rediscover her hometown through his eyes. In Thoreau's words, her mission is to "suck out all the marrow of life", or in her son's words, to cultivate in him a love of "advenchers".

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