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.
Espresso drinks served with doughnut standards and more eclectic options like chocolate bacon and orange cinnadough. Gluten-free options, too.
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.
Extensive coffee and tea options, local craft beers, and sweet and savory crepes to soak it all up.
South American coffee shop and bakery's menu includes empanadas and arepas.
Comfy couches, clean open space, and shabby chic decor suggest a home away from home in the land of strip malls. Cafe fare includes sandwiches, rotating soups, and simple salads for lunch and dinner, and omelets, migas, and French toast for weekend brunch.
Now, this here is a British-owned small family business serving all-day British breakfast, teas and coffees, hand-baked sweets and savouries, with fish and chips on Friday evenings.
It's in the airport. Are you in the airport? Are you going to the airport? You'll find this there.
You’ve died and gone to hi-fi heaven with this stylish and sophisticated selection of turntables, receivers, speakers, and new records — plus a coffee/wine bar.
Located in the Yard retail development in South Austin, the Spokeman's motto is "cafe by day, bar by night." And, y'know what? It totally works.
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