Neighborhood coffeehouse with a welcoming patio also serves sandwiches, tacos, wine, and beer.
In the breakfast business for more than 50 years, Cisco's still serves migas, huevos rancheros, and hot biscuits with a healthy dose of Austin political history.
The compact list of eclectic diner fare is based on quality ingredients, many from purveyors known for all-natural and organic products. This is one of the few places in town to go for breakfast and lunch all day, every day, including the crab cakes, bone-in pork chop, and grilled quail with your eggs.
Reimagining an old washateria into a neighborhood bistro, chefs Rene Ortiz and Laura Sawicki consistently wow with their seasonal, vegetable-forward menu.
There's a little bit of everything here: coffee, beer, wine, grab-and-go sandwiches and salads, frozen custard, and rotisserie options (chicken, beef, pork porchetta, cauliflower) served with a variety of dipping sauces including jalapeno chimichurri, horseradish, and smoked paprika piri-piri.
Come in for the fresh cuts of locally sourced meats, sausages, salumi, charcuterie, and some prepared foods, including freshly-baked breads. Stay for Josh Jones' playful menus and the great craft beer selection.
Craft beer and third-wave espresso bar located in the heart of East Austin. Brew & Brew offers 34 rotating beers on tap and a curated natural wine and cider selection. Chef Virginia Pharr prepares Southern-inspired cuisine that focuses on fermentation, curing, and pairings with ever-changing beverages. Connected to the bar is an event space, serving as a live music and art venue, and is available to rent for both personal and corporate use.
The Yellow Jacket Social Club has a comfortable, lived-in feel that aims to attract a neighborhood bar crowd as much as the Urban Outfitted. The furniture is funky and comfortable, and the interior is quiet enough to allow for conversation. Outdoors, it’s a friendly scene, and friendly, well-behaved dogs are welcome.
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