Cozy upscale coffeeshop in the LINE Hotel Downtown
Located in the Waller Creek Boathouse, this cafe serves coffee, wine, smoothies, and a small food menu along with terrific views of Lady Bird Lake and the hike & bike trail.
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.
This Austin born-and-bred coffee roasting and retail business serves artisanal coffee, smoothies and vegetable squeezes, and a variety of breakfast tacos, panini, wraps, and more in the cafe.
Bistro fare like panini and pizzas served with espresso drinks and wine. Weekend brunch breaks out the bottomless mimosas and quiche.
It's all about perfectly prepared coffee. Period. Located inside the Austonian.
Coffee surrounded by literature, as it should be! This cozy little shop is located inside Austin's own BookPeople.
At this counter-service eatery located in the Austin Central Library, Chef Drew Curren of ELM Restaurant Group uses recipes from inspirational cookbooks, with a focus on the South and Mexico. The menus change seasonally and often incorporate local farm-to-table ingredients.
You'll find all kinds of espresso and coffee drinks, wines, scotches, and even a chocolate espresso martini. Snack on the sandwiches and desserts in comfy lounge chairs.
Downtown Austin's oldest indie coffee house also boasts two theatres, one upstairs, one downstairs, that play hosts to films, stand-up, performance art, and bands. With tasty treats and a great view of the Congress goings-on, this storefront gathering spot is a major find.
Coffee shop with full espresso bar and gift store located inside St. David's Episcopal Church.
The baristas here are passionately devoted to serving you a perfect cup of coffee.
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