Downtown’s New Pacific Asian Restaurant Feels Like a Slice of Tropical Paradise

Eater Austin

Pacific Asian restaurant She’s Not Here opens today, Wednesday, August 15 at 440 West 2nd Street. The undeniably gorgeous downtown Austin restaurant from Ben Cachila and Christian Romero (formerly of Uchi) is open for dinner only, but plans for lunch are in the works.

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White Linen Night included in "Where to Spend a Night Out Without the Kids"

Do512 Family

Some days it feels like summer is just flying by, some days in the hot sweats of late afternoon when the kids start crying that they’re bored, it can feel like we still have an eternity to go before school starts up again. While we honestly love having our sweet little babes home, we can really, really, really use a bit of a break now and then.

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Uchi alums spill details on Austin's anticipated Asian restaurant — opening soon

CultureMap Austin

Details about one of Austin's most anticipated dining projects have finally been revealed. She’s Not Here, a new Pacific Asian restaurant and bar, will open in late summer at 440 W. Second St., the former home of long-running tapas bar Malaga.

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Pacific Asian restaurant and cocktail bar coming to downtown’s 2nd Street District

Austin360

The 2nd Street District will be getting an infusion of Asian flavors later this summer, as She’s Not Here is set to open in the former Malaga space at 440 Second St. next to the Violet Crown Cinema. The restaurant, operated by Uchi veterans Ben Cachila (former Uchi development director) and Chris Romero (branding and marketing director), will serve lunch and dinner and a Pacific Asian-influenced cocktail list.

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Pacific Asian restaurant and cocktail bar coming to downtown’s 2nd Street District

myStatesman

The 2nd Street District will be getting an infusion of Asian flavors later this summer, as She’s Not Here is set to open in the former Malaga space at 440 Second St. next to the Violet Crown Cinema. The restaurant, operated by Uchi veterans Ben Cachila (former Uchi development director) and Chris Romero (branding and marketing director), will serve lunch and dinner and a Pacific Asian-influenced cocktail list.

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