Best Coffee Shops In Austin To Work

Best Coffee Shops In Austin To Work – Coffee – Austin has a lot of coffee shops, so here is my Austinites guide to the best coffee shops in Austin, sorted by neighborhood!

Hank’s – This is one of my favorite coffee shops in Austin because the coffee is so good, the space is beautifully designed, and there is tons of parking!

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Halcyon – Halcyon in Mueller is different from the dirty city setting. It is modern, full of light and a beautiful color bar top. Cocktails and s’mores are also available at this location.

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Cafe Sa-Tén – Sa Tén just opened another location on Airport Blvd with their Japanese style coffee and food. There is a copper room in this place!

Cenote – Popular Austin coffee shop with coffee and food in a cute little bungalow on Cesar Chavez. (Wifi is hit or miss) (1010 E Cesar Chavez St)

Houndstooth Cafe – Houndstooth has several locations in Austin but the East Austin location on MLK is my favorite because it’s big and they serve cocktails at this location. Coffee is expensive but the latte and cappuccino are very good and MLK has strong wifi.

Wright Bros. Brew & Brew – You can get coffee, beer and freshly baked bagels at Brew & Brew. (500 San Marcos Street #105)

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Sa-Ten Coffee – An elegant Japanese-style coffee shop with coffee and Japanese-inspired food such as curry dishes and sandwiches.

Figure 8 Coffee Purifier – I like to get a cup of coffee in this coffee shop full of plants on the east side. (1111 Chicon Street)

Greater Goods – I love Greater Goods for their great coffee, space and friendly baristas! The coffee shop supports several local non-profits, such as Austin Pets Alive and Central Texas Food Bank.

Fleet Coffee Co. – This little coffee shop on Webberville Rd offers a medium cup of joe and cinnamon toasted cortado.

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Cuvée Coffee Bar – This beloved coffee shop in Austin has its own coffee bar with nitro cold brew and craft beer on tap.

Better Broad Coffee & Cocktails – This all-day cafe offers coffee, cocktails, and a menu for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night (2am Thursday – Saturday.

Cafe Medici – Another one of my favorite coffee shops in Austin with a two story location next to Cesar Chavez. They sold Tacodeli breakfast tacos.

Alfred – Located in the Line Hotel, this popular LA coffee shop is known for its iced matcha. Stay in Veracruz now with the Lion Hotel!

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Merit Coffee – This is a San Antonio coffee shop that now has 2 locations in Austin. Great coffee and coffee beans!

Jo’s Coffee – I like to get a Turbo-Iced from Jo’s Coffee on South Congress and do a little shopping. Tip: The I Love You So Much mural is around the corner.

TOMS – Yes, the popular shoe brand has its own coffee shop on SoCo in Austin. All TOMS Roasting Co. With the product you buy, TOMS helps provide safe water to someone in need. One for One®.

Cosmic Coffee – I love hanging out with friends over an iced coffee or cocktail on Cosmic Coffee’s dog-friendly outdoor patio. If you are hungry, there are many food trucks parked and sometimes live music.

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Petika Coffee – Petika started as a cute little coffee stand in downtown Austin and has now become a popin’ coffee place on South Lamar Blvd with baked goods like pastries and avocado toast. Also likes tea.

Radio Coffee & Beer – For those living in South Austin, Radio Coffee is a hot spot at 4208 Manchaca Rd., with a large dog-friendly outdoor seating area. See their non-WiFi hours. Come for weekend brunch from their parked food trailer.

Soul Goat Coffee Roasters – A sweet little coffee shop in West Austin with a resident goat named Butters!

Mozart’s – I love working at Mozart’s with a view of the lake! (But outdoor Wi-Fi doesn’t work on picnic tables)

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Jane Ko is the Austin blogger behind A Taste of Koko, Austin’s best food and travel blog featuring the hottest restaurants and weekend getaways. Jane has been a speaker at South by Southwest (SXSW), the Texas Conference for Women, BlogHer, and more on international and social media. She lives in Austin Texas with her dog and cat. Do you like to find good coffee shops for laptop work sessions? Or maybe Austin’s cute coffee shops for a caffeinated get-together with a friend? Maybe you are just a coffee lover and like to find the best coffee in every city you visit? Whatever brought you here, I’m sure my guide to the 50 best coffee shops in Austin will point you in the right direction. Here’s the funny thing: I made myself a spreadsheet with all my favorite coffee shops in every neighborhood in Austin. (Major Dark here..) So I can easily refer to it when I want to choose a coffee shop. But I felt this list was really golden and needed to be shared, so here it is!

About me: I’m an Austin native who loves exploring the city’s coffee shops. I probably spent too much money on coffee. I have two children under two, so I think these days are better than coffee to make up for the lack of sleep. And if I love the process of brewing my morning at home (measuring and grinding the vegetables, gently pouring the boiling kettle and watching the coffee brew, smelling the first cup of hot black coffee.. it’s my comment this morning). ), in the afternoon Usually there is a cup in Austin’s cozy coffee shop. There are so many great things to discover here, so let’s dive in.

About this guide: I’ve organized this list of Austin’s best coffee shops by neighborhood. Click on the part of Austin you are in, and you will see many options in that part of town. Or, scroll through the photos and look for popular coffee shop ideas. I will also include the address of the coffee shop and a link to their website. Leave me a comment below with any specific questions!

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Hot L Coffee Boutique is located in the lobby of the Carpenter Hotel, and it is very nice. Stop for a latte and homemade pastries (these chocolate chip cookies are one of the best in Austin.)

Patika is where you need to go for exceptional drinks prepared by trained baristas, a comfortable place to curl up and work on a laptop, and the best scones in town!

They also have a breakfast menu, and for months I ignored it. Anyway, I finally added one of these to a big breakfast sandwich, guys: why didn’t I try it sooner?

Live music + beer, and get the best Megas Tacos in Austin at Truck Back Park

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Radio has a reputation as a great place to meet a group… so this place is often packed! Parking spaces are often overflowing. But don’t let that scare you. This hotspot is known for having one of the largest indoor/outdoor coffee shops in Austin, so there are coffee tables for everyone.

Inside you will find a small corner platform for singer/songwriter performances on selected evenings. Veracruz All Natural has a permanent food truck outside the park where you can get the best tacos in town.

Located at The Yard in South Austin, Speaksman is a large coffee shop that roasts its own beans. You’ll also find a bar with local craft beer on tap, so it’s a great place for a day/night out.

Free parking, lots of indoor tables, and very small crowds (unlike some SOCO or downtown Austin coffee shops…oops!). This is a great place to do a job.

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Stouthaus is fun because it’s a coffee shop and brewpub in South Austin. There are many coffee shops in Austin and coffee shops east and downtown, but the further south you go, the harder it is to find a good one.

Stouthaus is open late, so you can plug in your laptop and work away… or grab a beer and hang out with a friend!

Ok mom, here’s to you. The Hive is quite a long way south, but worth it if you have small children and want a safe place for them to walk around. There is a fenced area where the little ones can walk while you slide on the ice and chat with a friend. Or, bring your laptop and get a few hours of work done at the table inside. There is a complete coffee program + food options for breakfast and lunch.

At one time, this was the only place to get a great cup of coffee in South Austin. Times have changed and then

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