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.
At this coffeehouse, it's all about perfectly prepared coffee. Period.
"Irie" is Jamaican for the "ultimate positive," so you'll find free wi-fi, coffee, and occasional live music.
A canopy of trees protects this dog-friendly open space. Play bocce ball, ping-pong, or just relax and enjoy Greek treats such as spinach pie and moussaka.
Cozy contemporary decor (check out the pillow-covered plywood banquette) meets gallery-worthy latte art.
Jack Wilson’s RC&B opened its doors in 2014 and found success waiting outside as its first customer. Every night is jumping: Monday bluegrass night, Tuesday trivia night, Wednesday’s outdoor cinema, Erik Hokkanen fiddling the bejesus out of Thursday nights. Friday, Saturday, and Sundays there’s an array of local and touring singer-songwriters. Radio boasts a sprawling outdoor patio, best beers, and native Austin singer-songwriter Wilson strives to make sure you get the best espresso this side of the late Flipnotics.
Specialty coffee shop located in the historic Dawson Stone House. Beer and wine also on tap.
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