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First Look: Fleet Coffee
Eastside newcomer moves beyond caffeine
Food Story  March 31, 2016, by Dan Gentile
"...If you've visited Caffe Medici over the last decade, you've probably run into Pierce. Except for a two-year gig consulting for robotic coffee kiosk company Briggo, he's worked at Medici in some capacity since 2006, where he met his business partner Lorenzo Perkins..."

Austin Coffee Shops for Morning, Noon, and Night
Our favorite purveyors of caffeine for getting back to the grind
Food Story  August 30, 2018, by R.T. Frank
"...The team of coffee professionals at Figure 8 don't seem bothered, and pull impressive results each time. Come for the coffee, stay for the Eastside chic. Caffe Medici..."

A Good Coffee Shop Is Not That Hard to Find
Finding home in the bottom of a cup
Food Story  October 15, 2015, by Heidi Meurer
"...Radio Coffee & Beer is where my husband and I sat outside one hot afternoon, drinking kombucha on tap (Kosmic Kombucha's Texas Blues) and watching our children attempt to climb a tree. And the new Caffe Medici on South Lamar is where I went by myself to read, wasted time on Facebook, and overheard a conversation about "subsidized beef grazing on federal lands."..."

Helping hands
Food Column  June 11, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Vox Table has also added weekend brunches from 11am-3pm. The newest Caffe Medici outlet is now open daily from 7am-10pm, and Austin's first Shake Shack outlet plans to entice dads in for Father's Day (June 21) with a free single cup or cone of their signature frozen custard..."

Book Fest Fare 2010
Find fine fair fare fast
Food Story  October 15, 2010, by Kate Thornberry
"...Local coffeehouse Caffe Medici will be serving hot regular and decaf coffee, and Amy's Ice Creams will have Mexican vanilla, Belgian chocolate, strawberry, and Oreo ice creams. "We may have a few other flavors, too," adds Carol Campbell from Amy's catering department..."

Finally, real bagels made in Austin, along with online pizza and chocolate ordering. Heck yeah!
Food Column  February 26, 2010, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Give them a shot – they really are the best... Kudos to barista Lorenzo Perkins of Caffe Medici (1101 West Lynn, 524-5049; 2222-B Guadalupe, 474-5730;, who took first place in the recent South Central Regional Barista Competition and will participate in the national competition in Califor­nia in April..."

Event Menu
Foodie events around town, Sept. 25-Oct. 2
Food Column  September 25, 2009, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• The new Royal Fig Supper Club hosts a five-course dinner complemented by gourmet coffee pairings prepared by the award-winning baristas at Caffe Medici (1101 West Lynn, 524-5049, Tickets are $75 per person and available online at"

Dough tossing, (more) restaurants closing, coffee pouring, wine drinking, and more local tidbits
Food Column  November 14, 2008, by Virginia B. Wood
"...(soon to be of Spicewood) took first prize, which entitles him to compete in the United States Barista Championship in Portland, Ore., next March. Patrick Pierce and Lorenzo Perkins of Austin's Caffe Medici (1101 West Lynn, 534-0549, took second and third place, respectively..."

Caffe Medici celebrates a big win at the South Central Regional Barista Competition
Food Column  July 13, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The new company will open the 11th Z'Tejas outlet in Avery Ranch later this year… Chuy's founders Mike Young and John Zapp have made a deal with New York-based Good Partners in order to more rapidly expand their popular Mexican concept in Austin, San Antonio, Houston, and Dallas. The newest local Chuy's outlet will open in Southwest Austin later this year… Kudos to Austin baristas Patrick Pierce and Clancy Rose of Caffe Medici (1101 West Lynn, 524-2497) who won first and second places respectively in the inaugural South Central Regional Barista Competition in Dallas June 25-26 at the Texas Restaurant Association's Southwest Foodservice Expo… No sooner had my column about the transformation of El Gringo restaurant into an Italian eatery called Molto run than Manor Road restaurant mogul Carlos Rivero heard from his attorney..."

Dining Up and Down West Lynn
Venerable spaces and new faces
Food Story  February 16, 2007, by MM Pack
"...Many variations of egg dishes, including wraps, scrambles, and quiches, range from $3.50 for a slice of spinach-feta quiche to $6.95 for a Big Breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, and toast. Kid breakfasts, including eggs, oatmeal, and French-toast sticks, are all $3.75 or less.Caffé Medici..."

Boil Water Notice: Restaurant Closings & HEB Update
Check the status before you buy food this week
DAILY Food  October 22, 2018, by Jessi Cape
"...22. • Alamo Drafthouse – select menu items, all locations • Austin-Bergstrom International Airport restaurants – all restaurants and drinking fountains within are closed • Caffe Medici – no coffee, all locations • Cherrywood Coffeehouse – no cold brew • Drink Well – select items • Easy Tiger – select items • El Arroyo – closed • Eldorado Cafe – set to reopen Tuesday, Oct..."

Campus Hacks: University of Texas
Surprisingly, hook 'em isn't the only thing you need to know
DAILY Chronolog  August 23, 2017, by Maria Mendez
"...• Caffe Medici on Guadalupe (right next to UT) • Starbucks on 24th street (in West Campus, about 12 minutes of walking distance) • Monkey’s Nest (about 28 minute bus ride using 803) • Vintage Heart Coffee in East Austin (33 minutes bus route with buses 171, 4, 3) Food truck havens..."

Netflix Brings Luke's Diner to Austin
Gilmore Girls pop-up celebrates TV's return to Stars Hollow
DAILY Screens  October 3, 2016, by Tucker Whatley
"...[image-1] This one-day transformation comes courtesy of Netflix, who are turning four Austin cafes – Vintage Heart Coffee, Summer Moon Coffee Bar, and the Caffe Medici locations in the Austonian and at 800 Congress – as well as many more in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and across the country, into Luke’s Diner, the preferred hangout spot for the titular Gilmore girls. The pop-up event on October 5 marks the 16th anniversary of the series’ original television debut, and is also being used by Netflix to promote their upcoming Gilmore revival, a four-part miniseries set to be released on November 25...."

Austin Bucket List
Dip your toe in local culture
DAILY AAN  June 20, 2016, by Molly Burke
"...Sixth), Cenote (1010 E. Cesar Chavez), and Caffe Medici (804 Congress)..."

Food Community Helps Second Bar + Kitchen Chef
Daily Austin food news
DAILY Food  February 24, 2016, by Brandon Watson
"...This Saturday (Feb. 27) between noon-6pm, reps from 25 local eateries will be teaming up for a bake sale under the former Restaurant Congress awning located by Caffe Medici..."

Food-o-File: Monday Lagniappe
A little extra Austin food news: Cinco de Mayo edition
DAILY Food  May 4, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• In celebration of National Small Business Week the UPS Store is hosting two Small Biz Salute events. First, they'll take over the Caffe Medici outlet in the Austonian (200 Congress Ave.) on Wednesday morning from 7-11am and provide free coffee to all customers..."

Food-o-File: Friday Lagniappe
A little extra Austin food news
DAILY Food  April 17, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• Caffe Medici fans are eagerly anticipating the opening of the fourth local outlet in the Lamar Union (1100 S. Lamar) sometime in May..."

The Shopping List
Four new ways to keep it local
Food Story  January 29, 2015, by Brandon Watson
"...It took her two years of research before her small-batch dream became a reality. First only offered at local coffee shops and tea rooms like Caffe Medici, Bennu, Epoch, and Pacha, the innovative chai now is available at the South Lamar Wheatsville..."

The Largest Latte Competition in the History of Texas
32 caffeinated baristas duke it out at Thunderbird this Friday night
DAILY Food  September 17, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Contestants at this orchestrated donnybrook will be judged on aesthetic appeal, it says in the PR we got (and we assume that means: How Good It Tastes & How Good It Looks), and the judges will include Thunderbird owner Ryan McElroy and Caffe Medici owner Michael Vaclav and other local javalebrities...."

'Beat the Rush'
Butler School of Music's new concert series connects great music with great art
Arts Story  March 15, 2013, by Natalie Zeldin
"...It creates opportunities for students enrolled in chamber music to participate in a range of unconventional performances that bring classical music to new audiences. Evan Leslie, the community outreach coordinator for the school, crafts a wide variety of these: from late-night music gigs at Caffe Medici to art pep rallies for children at the Texas NeuroRehab Center to concerts for retirees at Longhorn Village...."

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