This North Austin java lounge where the baristas dress in karate uniforms doubles as a community performance space, hosting open mic nights, themed dance parties, and concerts of varied genres in addition to comedy and trivia. The combination coffeehouse/bar/venue, which opened in 2007 and has continually expanded, features music three or four nights a week, both happy hour and late shows.
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.
This is a full-service espresso and coffee shop that specializes in crêpes for breakfast, lunch, and dessert. Create your own crêpes from the savory filling choices.
Located at South Congress Hotel. Specialty coffee, beer, and wine drinks, fresh-baked goods, and more.
Here's a true Austin coffee experience, featuring locally roasted coffee from food trailers converted into pop-up specialty coffee cafes.
Right there next to St. David's Hospital, yes, but there's nothing healthier than visiting this charming place for some fresh hot java.
The San Antonio-based roasting company (they expanded to Austin in 2017) offering a rotating selection of single-origin pour-overs, matcha, and nitro cold brew will have your caffeine covered, and the shop is located one block away from the new Central Austin Public Library. With lots of natural light in the bright coffee shop, it's perfect for a midday refuel.
When the weather is fine, the 300-seat deck at Mozart's on Lake Austin is the perfect place to drink a fresh cup of coffee (roasted on site) and take in some music.
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