This trailer uses all organic, fair trade, local, and humane ingredients and prides themselves on their customer service.
Coffee doesn't get more cosmic than it gets at this beer-enhanced, nom-purveying gathering place. Note: That's a good thing, citizen!
Making Vietnamese cuisine with grass-fed meats, eggs from pastured chickens, locally grown organic produce, and seafood fresh from the Gulf makes us happy, but not as happy as the dreamy drip coffee served iced or hot.
The espresso especially draws the crowd at this coffeehouse devoted to ethically sourced beans. Have a Venezuelan roto with your java.
This is the best people-watching spot in the 78704 ZIP code. The usual coffees and lattes, as well as a selection of baked goods, provide context for the best fried pies in town.
This petite Parisian bakery and coffee shop specializes in French pastries: croissants, pain au chocolat, almond and pear brioche, rose and citron madeleines, chouquettes, financiers, palmiers, chocolate and coffee éclairs, mille-feuille, tarte tatins, and gâteaux, as well as more than two dozen flavors of macaron.
Located at South Congress Hotel. Specialty coffee, beer, and wine drinks, fresh-baked goods, and more.
This is a great place to hang while getting your coffee on in South Austin, tell you what.
A Colombian coffee shop with a colorful atmosphere and an array of baked goods. Enjoy tapas-style arepas with some of their seasonal exotic juices.
Serving up the finest java right there in the people-watching paradise of South First
This combination restaurant/deli/grocery/bakery/cooking school draws patrons from beyond South Austin for some of the best Thai in Texas. Many don't even realize the bakery is gluten-free because the products are so satisfying.
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