BO Asian Bistro offers succulent dishes representative of the cuisines of Thailand, Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Indonesia and elsewhere in the Far East. Each meal is healthfully prepared by our talented chefs with the freshest, quality ingredients available in our area. The result is delightful.
Conveniently located in the La Frontera shopping area in Round Rock, this trendy venue offers a Zen atmosphere, and a delicious dining experience you will savor and repeat again and again.
In the year 1905, Italian immigrant Gennaro Lombardi opened the first American pizzeria in New York City. Pizza at that time was only found in the Italian neighborhoods of America. At the end of WW II, thousands of American soldiers returning from Italy helped push the demand for more pizzerias into new districts and neighborhoods, where more of the general public learned to fall in love with the “pie.”
One such soldier was a young man from Brookyn by the name of David Ross who had a dream of being the first Jewish American to open a pizzeria. His family called him a meshugine, which is Yiddish for “crazy person.” But after baking a simple cheese and pepperoni pie from a recipe given to him from an Italian lady—perhaps his lover—while stationed in the boot, their skepticism rapidly faded. In fact, David’s mother liked the combination of flavors so much, when asked how she liked it, she responded with “shut up and eat!”
The Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is hosting the First Annual Williamson County Small Business & Education Summit on March 12, 2010 at the Round Rock Marriott Hotel, La Frontera. The event will focus on business outlook in 2010, small business opportunities and how business can positively affect educational and community opportunities for the area’s future workforce. Partnering Chambers of Commerce include Cedar Park, Georgetown, Hutto, Leander, Pflugerville, Round Rock, Taylor and the Williamson County African Chamber. For more information and to register visit The Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber…