Neighborhood coffeehouse with a welcoming patio also serves sandwiches, tacos, wine, and beer.
In a beautifully renovated space that's both inviting and industrial-feeling, Cuvée's addictive cold brew coffee is pulled from one of 12 taps; other liquid offerings include craft beer and wine.
Flat Track spreads the gospel of good coffee through their beans – available through at their brick-and-mortar, online, and at a variety of other places around town. The wraparound bar lets customers watch Flat Track's roasting and day-to-day operations.
The cornerstone of this tiny, immaculate house of coffee is a classic La Marzocco Linea espresso machine.
Artisan coffee is served out of a vintage Spartan trailer.
Drink well, do good: Local Austin charities recent a portion of proceeds from bags of coffee bought. Tasting sessions and coffee courses also offered in this flagship cafe.
There are still some eclectic grocery items here, but the real story is 24 local and craft beer taps and a collection of small plates for happy hour and late-night foragers alike. Breakfast tacos emerge at 7am on weekdays here with a sassy sweet potato option, before the sandwiches steal the spotlight. Wine alternatives include three whites, three reds, a sparkling, as well as a rose by the glass. We wonder if we can still get a Slushie...
Good people, good brew, and 10% of proceeds benefiting local charities.
This Eastside bakery features a stunning array of traditional and vegan sweets, including cupcakes, mini pies, and cheesecakes. Bonus: Coffee!
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.
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