Buzz Mill Coffee
1505 Town Creek, 512/912-9221
This hipster Fort Wilderness holds the perfect cabin fever for hot coffee, stiff drinks, and cool company, 24/7. Three on-site food trucks satisfy all stomachs with cheesesteaks, pizza, and plant-based burgers.
Listen, this is real and true and good: "Sometimes it works out that you don't have somewhere to go for Thanksgiving. Or you have somewhere to go, but for some reason or another you just can't make it. We stay open 24/7 for the same reason we have an Orphan Dinner each year: We want to provide a gathering place so that more people can connect with their community. That also includes dinner – because food is even tastier when shared with friends, new and old alike." Ah, Buzz Mill, we love you. Fellow orphans, show up 'round noon and bring any side entree that you'd like to share. There'll be several turkeys ready for us all, and some vegan options too. Note: all the food trucks will be closed, but each will be donating a plate or two to this dinner. Thu., Nov. 22, noon-6pm.
Local witches peddle their wares at this recurring full moon gathering. There will be an altar set up for those who wish to bring an offering or petition to burn. Sun., Nov. 25, 7pm-12mid. Free.
Beyond the necessary hot cup o' joe, Austin Java offers an array of sustenance plus luscious desserts to get you back on the move on a cold day.
7701 Metropolis Dr., Building 12, Suite 400, 512/276-2234
Extensive coffee and tea options, local craft beers, and sweet and savory crepes to soak it all up.
1834 E. Oltorf, 512/710-9473
South American coffee shop and bakery's menu includes empanadas and arepas.
1700-A Montopolis, 512/840-9066