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Batch Craft Beer + Kolaches

3220 Manor Rd., 512/401-3025

photo by John Anderson

Texas-Czech pastries both savory and sweet and with inspired fillings (PB&J, Micklethwait brisket, pickle, and Swiss), plus extensive beer and coffee selections.
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A Guide to Kolaches in Austin

And some of your sweet and savory pastry options in and around town

Evan Rodriguez, April 8, 2021

10 Kid-Friendly Austin Restaurants That Parents Won't Hate

Dine out with small humans without sacrificing quality or losing your mind

Melanie Haupt, Aug. 29, 2019

A Guide to Getting a Beer During SXSW

Ditch the convention center and check these brewpubs

Eric Puga, March 13, 2019

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