Situated across the street from Concordia University, this family-owned bakery and coffee shop serves not just donuts but also cake balls, macarons, and kolaches.
Around the corner from El Mercado, you'll find Mexican fare, sandwiches, burgers, and smoothies to enjoy in the expansive basement dining area.
In addition to a full espresso bar and French bakery, this place has an extensive menu including sweet and savory crepes, quiches, and croque-monsieurs. Sandwiches are available as paninis or on a fresh half-baguette, and all breads and pastries are baked in-house.
French-style baked goods.
Espresso drinks served with doughnut standards and more eclectic options like chocolate bacon and orange cinnadough. Gluten-free options, too.
This inviting neighborhood cafe serves coffee, tea, beer, wine, and a light menu sandwiches and salads.
National chain serving "authentic New York style."
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.
This small storefront serves the award-winning company's small-batch preserves on homemade biscuits.
The popular bakeshop and beer garden expands east with 15,000 square feet of outdoor space.
This wildly popular Austin bakeshop expands its footprint with almost 12,000 square feet of space, including a commercial bakery and inviting patio.
Located in the Driskill Hotel, this cafe is a convenient and casual option for Downtown workers and hotel guests. Favorites include the aptly named Hangover Burger and the pricey but delicious selection of baked goods.
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