50 Best Austin Coffee Shops You Should Try

Best Coffee Shops in Austin

Do you love finding good coffee shops for a laptop work session? Or maybe adorable Austin coffee shops for a caffeinated meetup with a friend? Perhaps you’re just a coffee aficionado and you love scoping out the very best coffee in each city you visit? Whatever brought you here, I’m confident that my guide to the 50 best coffee shops in Austin will direct you to the perfect shop. Here’s the funny thing: I was actually just creating a spreadsheet for myself with all of my favorite coffee shops in each neighborhood in Austin. (Major dork over here..) That way, I could reference it easily every time I wanted to choose a coffee shop. But I realized that this list is actually golden and needs to be shared, so here ya go! 

About me: I’m an Austin local who loves exploring the coffee shops in this town. I’ve probably spent way too much money on coffee drinks. I have two babies under two, so I’m FOR SURE over caffeinated these days to compensate for the lack of sleep. And while I love the process of making my morning pour over at home (measuring and grinding the beans, gently pouring the gooseneck kettle and watching the coffee bloom, smelling that first whiff of hot, black coffee…it’s my morning therapy), the afternoon cup is typically out at a fun Austin coffee shop. There are so many great ones to explore, so let’s dive in. 

About this guide: I’ve organized this list of the best Austin coffee shops by neighborhood. Click on the part of Austin you’re in, and you can see several options in that part of town. Or, scroll through and browse the photos for general coffee shop ideas. I’ll also include the coffee shop address and a link to their website. Leave me a comment at the bottom with any specific questions! 

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Best Coffee Shops in Austin

50 Best Austin Coffee Shops You Should Try

South Austin Coffee Shops

1. Hot L Coffee

Hot L Coffee is located in the lobby of the boutique Carpenter Hotel, and it’s so charming. Stop in for a latte and house-made pastry (those chocolate chip cookies are one of the best cookies in Austin.) 

Man making coffee at Hot L Coffee in Austin
Iced coffee at Hot L Coffee shop in Austin


|WEBSITE| 400 Josephine St, Austin, TX 78704


Exceptional coffee and pastries, great place to bring a laptop and work. 

Patika is where you need to go for exceptional drinks prepared by skilled baristas, a cozy place to hunker down and work on a laptop, and THE best scones in town! 

They also have a breakfast menu, and for too many months I ignored it. However, I finally indulged in one of their giant breakfast sandwiches, and friends: why didn’t I try it sooner?

A table of breakfast food at Patika Coffee in Austin


|WEBSITE| 2159 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704


Live music + beer, and get the best migas taco in Austin at the truck parked out back

Radio is known for being a great place to meet up with a group….so this place is often packed! Even the overflow parking lots is often full. Don’t let that scare you away, though. This hotspot is known for being one of the biggest indoor/outdoor coffee shops in Austin, so there are plenty of tables for everyone.

Inside, you’ll find a small corner stage for singer/songwriter performances on select evenings. Veracruz All Natural has a permanent food truck parked outside, which is where you’ll be able to get some of the best tacos in the city.

Radio Coffee and Beer in South Austin
Radio Coffee and Beer in South Austin


|WEBSITE| 4204 Menchaca Rd, Austin, TX 78704

4. Spokesman Coffee Pub

Located at The Yard in South Austin, Spokesman is a spacious coffee shops that roasts their own beans. You’ll also find a bar with lots of local craft beer on tap, so it’s a great place for a day/night transition.

Free parking, lots of indoor tables, and very rarely crowded (unlike some of the SOCO or downtown Austin coffee shops…ugh!). This one is a great place to get some work done.

Iced latte in Spokesman Coffee Austin

Spokesman Coffee

|WEBSITE| 440 E St Elmo Rd A-2, Austin, TX 78745

5. Stouthaus Coffee

Go for coffee + beer in far south Austin

Stouthaus is fun because it’s a coffee shop AND beer pub in South Austin. There are tons of coffee shops in eat Austin and east and downtown coffee shops, but it’s hard to find a good one as you go far south.

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

Stouthaus coffee shop in Austin
Making a pot of coffee in Austin coffee shop

Stouthaus Coffee Pub

|WEBSITE| 4715 S Lamar Blvd #102, Sunset Valley, TX

6. The Hive

For a safe place to let kids run around while you drink your coffee

Ok mamas, this one is for you. The Hive is very far south, but it’s worth the drive if you have little ones and you want a safe space for them to run around. There’s a fenced-in area where toddlers can run while you sip on an iced latte and chat with a friend. Or, bring your laptop and get a few hours of work done at the indoor tables. There’s a full coffee program + food options for breakfast and lunch. 

The Hive Coffee outdoor space in south Austin

The Hive

|WEBSITE| 10542 Menchaca Rd, Austin, TX 78748

7. Once Over Coffee Bar

For an OG south Austin coffee shop

One upon a time, this used to be one of the only places to get a great cup of coffee in south Austin. Times have changed and there are now many great coffee shops in the area, but Once Over is still a staple for an indoor/outdoor coffee shop for coffee dates and solo laptop work.

Once Over Coffee Bar

|WEBSITE|2009 S 1st St, Austin, TX 78704

South Congress Coffee Shops

8. Cosmic Coffee + Beer Garden

The best outdoor coffee shop space + food trucks

For the ultimate Austin foodie experience, go to Cosmic Coffee and Beer Garden. Go inside to order your coffee or craft beer, and then bring it outside and order food at one of the popular food trucks parked on site. (LeRoy and Lewis is my personal favorite – it’s one of the best bbq places in Austin.)

Cosmic is popular on the weekends both families and dog-owners. It’s a really large space, so it’s great for anyone who needs to run around. 

Cosmic Coffee and Beer

Cosmic Coffee + Beer Garden

|WEBSITE| 121 Pickle Rd, Austin, TX 78704

9. Jo's Coffee

Go for an iced turbo latte and a famous mural photo

Jo’s is the home of the famous “I Love You So Much” sign. I’ve taken more pictures here than I can count…I’ve even accidentally filmed a marriage proposal! For everyone who is coming through Austin, you must stop by this iconic sign for a quick snap. (Here are 34 of the coolest murals in Austin.)

I’ve gotta say…if you’re kind of a snob about your coffee, this isn’t necessarily the best. But lots of Austinites of pretty crazy about Jo’s Iced Turbo, a very sweet/chocolatey iced drink). But if you choose to stay, you can grab a caffeinated beverage and a breakfast taco and enjoy the sights of South Congress from this coffee shop.

I Love You So Much Mural in Austin Texas


|WEBSITE| 1300 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704

10. Mañana

Beautiful SOCO coffee shop + the best pastries.

It’s tucked underneath the iconic South Congress Hotel, which means this is one of the most beautiful coffee shops in Austin.  Mañana is small, so you might not be able to get a table, but it’s still a lovely place for grabbing a drink and then doing some serious people watching on South Congress! There’s some outdoor seating in the hotel courtyard, too. 

The pastries here are from the award-winning pastry chef at Café no Se, and dang she can create some delicious goodies! Manana is actually home to one of my very favorite cinnamon rolls in Austin.

A cup of coffee inside Mañana coffee shop in Austin


|WEBSITE| 1603 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704

11. The Meteor

For a great cappuccino and a lively place to meet a friend. 

A lot of people don’t know that this is one of the best patios in Austin for drinking coffee! This super cute coffee/wine shop on South Congress has its own parking lot (amazing for this location!), a bunch of tasty things to eat for breakfast (tacos, pastries) and a beautiful, bright, invigorating space to bring your laptop or meet a friend. Intelligentsia beans are used to make the drinks here.

Step inside to order your drink, and then go through the back door to a large, private patio with picnic tables. 

Cappuccino and Donut at Meteor coffee shop in Austin
Meteor coffee shop on South Congress

The Meteor 

|WEBSITE| 2110 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704

12. Teal House Coffee and Bakery

For a coffee shop in Austin that’s not too crowded + amaaaazing cinnamon rolls. 

If you’re hunting for Austin coffee shops that aren’t crowded, bring your laptop to Teal House! It’s a bakery on SOCO that’s known for its hot, fresh cinnamon rolls. But what lots of people don’t know is they have a great coffee program, free wifi, and plenty of seating inside. 

Best coffee shops in Austin

Teal House Coffee and Bakery

|WEBSITE| 2304 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704

13. Tom's

For coffee + shoe shopping at the same time

Tom’s, the shoe and sunglasses brand that’s known for giving away $1 for every $3 they make, has a beautiful shop on South Congress with a coffee shop inside. Even though the coffee bar is located inside the store, you could definitely just go for the sole purpose of getting a cup of coffee and settling down with your laptop. The back patio is a really great Austin coffee shop for getting solo work done. 

Coffee bar inside Tom's store on South Congress Austin
Patio at Tom's Coffee shop n Austin


|WEBSITE| 1401 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704

Downtown Austin coffee shops

14. Alfred

For a lively hotel coffee shop; stop here for coffee before you walk around the lake

Alfred Coffee is a California roaster that’s famous for coining the phrase “But First, Coffee…” (Instagram alert!) But they also have high-quality coffee drinks and some good pastries to grab to-go before you kick off your day in Downtown Austin.

interior of Alfred Coffee in Austin
Alfred Coffee at the Line Hotel in Austin Texas


|WEBSITE| 111 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78701

15. Better Half Coffee + Cocktails

An all-day coffee shop and restaurant.

The all-day restaurant thing is such a trend right now. It totally makes sense for restaurants to be able to open as a coffee shop in the morning, then transition to a restaurant for lunch/dinner and be able to be profitable all day long. And I love how these places, like Better Half Bar, are often bigger spaces to allow plenty of space to meet up with some friends or work on a laptop for a couple hours.

Better Half has an adorable interior, a giant back patio, and lots of parking…quite the luxury considering its downtown location! You can show up for breakfast and pastries, a lunch date, or dinner + cocktails! (Psst: they have one of the best burgers in Austin.)

Better Half Coffee in Austin

Better Half Coffee + Cocktails

|WEBSITE| 406 Walsh St, Austin, TX 78703

16. Medici Roasting

For a walkup coffee window in downtown Austin

Medici is one of the OG Austin coffee shops in Austin. They have several locations, but the downtown one is a nice option for a fast cup of coffee. They have a walk-up coffee window for a quick caffeine hit while you’re on your commute.

Cup of coffee at Medici Austin

Medici Roasting

|WEBSITE| 804 Congress Ave #101, Austin, TX 78701

17. Codependent Coffee + Cocktails

For a trendy workspace inside a skyscraper

Look up at the Austin skyline and your eyes will be drawn to the “jenga” building; it’s a zig-zag skyscraper that’s a truly recognizable engineering feat. At the base of it is a coffee shop + cocktail lounge called the Codependent, and it’s lovely. Very pretty inside, trendy, full of pretty and polished people and some tables and couches for enjoying your beverage. 

Codependent coffee patio in downtown Austin
Interior of Codependent coffee shop in downtown Austin

Codependent Cocktails + Coffee

|WEBSITE| 301 West Ave STE 110, Austin, TX 78701

18. Intelligentsia

For a world-renowned coffee roaster in Downtown Austin

Intelligentsia (a Chicago coffee roaster) rose to fame by being one of the original “Big Three” third-wave coffee roasters from the 90s. They finally opened a coffee shop in Downtown Austin, and it’s a gorgeous place to stop in to grab a cappuccino. 

Pair your drink with a treat from the pastry case. Sour Duck Market and Easy Tiger, two local bakeries, provide all the goodies. 

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|WEBSITE| 607 W 3rd St Suite 0110, Austin, TX 78701

19. Juan Pelota Cafe

Stop here for a coffee after your morning bike ride.

Juan Pelota is a downtown coffee shop that’s connected to Mellow Johnny’s bike shop. It’s typically crowded on a Saturday morning with cyclists who are caffeinated before or after their workout. Fun place to get some work done!

Downtown Austin coffee shop

Juan Pelota Cafe

|WEBSITE| 400 Nueces St, Austin, TX 78701

20. Little Brother

The tiniest coffee shop in Austin.

Looking for a solid coffee bev on Rainey Street? Little Brother bar is a teeny space that has some seriously good coffee. It’s the tiniest coffee bar in Austin, but seriously adorable. 

A coffee at Little Brother Bar on Rainey Street

Little Brother

|WEBSITE| 89 Rainey St, Austin, TX 78701

21. Houndstooth

For an exceptional coffee experience, every time.

One of the most well-known Austin coffee shops for serious coffee drinkers, Houndstooth is the place to go if you’re picky about the quality of yoru drink. From freshly made pour-overs to espresso-based drinks, you’ll find some of the best coffee in Austin at any one of the Houndstoth locations. 

Their downtown location has some tables if you choose to stay for a coffee meetup. Or, go to the east Austin or Domain location for a quieter coffee shop experience. 

Houndstooth Coffee


|WEBSITE| 401 Congress Ave #100c, Austin, TX

East Austin Coffee Shops

22. Ani's Day and Night

For an outdoor experience in a beautiful setting. 

Ani’s Day and Night is a sweet house-turned-coffee-shop that is open, yep, you guessed it..) both day and night. It’s absolutely beautiful adn has fun indoor/outdoor vibes. Indoors is a bit small, but there are lots of tables outside.

Ani's Day and Night Coffee shop in Austin
Ani's Day and Night Coffee shop in Austin

Ani’s Day and Night

|WEBSITE| 7107 E Riverside Dr, Austin, TX 78741

23. Brew & Brew

This is a fun coffee shop located in east downtown (just on the east side of I35) with an industrial vibe. They have a great coffee program, some bites of food, and lots of beer on tap for the evening hours. 

Outside of Brew & Brew in East Austin

Brew & Brew

|WEBSITE| 500 San Marcos St #105, Austin, TX 78702

24. Cartel Coffee Lab

A hip coffee chain with some seriously good coffee, Cartel Coffee Lab is located in east Austin at the first floor of Arrive East Austin. I went here for a good cup of joe during my stay at the hotel for a solo staycation. They roast their own coffee and offer a subscription shipping program, but they also have a really cute shop that’s worth a visit. 

Cartel Coffee Lounge at Arrive Austin

Cartel Coffee Lab

|WEBSITE| 1813 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78702

25. Cenote

For a historic home-turned-coffee shop

This is an old-school Austin coffee shop on the east side. It’s located in a renovated house and has all the Austin vibes. Go for a breakfast taco + a house made chai and meet up with a friend for a little coffee shop date. 

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|WEBSITE| 1010 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78702

26. Cuvee Coffee Bar

Industrial vibes + lots of space

Cuvee is one of the most well-known roasters in Austin, and they have a storefront in east Austin. It’s a big industrial space with a giant sliding garage door that they open all the way up on pretty days. If you’re visiting in the evening, they have lots of taps of craft beer. Or, visit earlier in the day with yoru laptop. Free fast wifi, quite a few tables + outlets, and really good coffee. 

Interior of Cuvee Coffee in Austin

Cuvee Coffee Bar

|WEBSITE| 2000 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78702

27. Figure 8 Coffee Purveyors

This darling coffee shop in east Austin has a really great coffee program and a loyal fan base. It’s a fun spot to go solo if you need a coffee shop for getting some work done. It’s quirky and Austin-y and has lots of good vibes. 

girl sitting outside Figure 8 Coffee in Austin

Figure 8 Coffee Purveyors

|WEBSITE| 1111 Chicon St, Austin, TX 78702

28. Flat Track

Shares a space with a bike shop!

Flat Track is a well-known Austin roaster that shares a coffee space with…a bike shop? Yep! This is one of the most unique coffee shops in Austin. 

You’ll walk in and smell a hint of tire rubber mingling with the roasted coffee beans. While the buzz of the coffee grinder is preparing your morning caffeine, you can watch the bike repair dudes tune up your bike for that weekend ride.

Flat Track coffee shop in Austin

Flat Track

|WEBSITE| 1619 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78702

29. Fleet Coffee Co

Best coffee…and don’t let the size of this teeny-tiny shop fool you

Co-owers Patrick and Lorenzo have established themselves as two of the biggest coffee buffs in town. They know their stuff, and they’ll be sure to serve you one of the best cups of coffee in Austin.

This is a great place to buy beans! I always ask my barista lots of questions, and I learn something new every time I visit.

Fleet Coffee in Austin

Fleet Coffee Co

|WEBSITE| 2427 Webberville Rd, Austin, TX 78702

30. Flitch

For an outdoor coffee experience

Flitch is a walk-up retro coffee trailer with outdoor seating only. Great coffee, super nice people, and a fun place to grab a cup to-go!


|WEBSITE| 641 Tillery St, Austin, TX 78702

31. Lazarus Brewing Co

For a spacious, non-crowded morning coffee experience

Lazaurus Brewing Co. is mostly known for beer (duh…), but did you know they also roast their own beans and have a robust coffee program? Lots of people aren’t aware of this, and since it’s such a large space, you’re pretty much guaranteed to get a nice place to sit and work a while in the morning. Bonus: if you decide you’re ready for a 10 am beer, no one is going to judge you.. 

Lazarus Brewing and coffee shop in Austin

Lazarus Brewing Co

|WEBSITE| 1902 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78702

32. Palomino Coffee

For the most photogenic coffee shop

This east Austin coffee shop is a vibe. It doesn’t look like much front eh outside, but the interior is so beautifully designed with all of the boho feels. There’s not a ton of indoor seating, but if it’s a nice day, there’s a pretty good-sized patio outside.  

Best Coffee Shops in Austin
Best Coffee Shops in Austin

Palomino Coffee

|WEBSITE| 4136 E 12th St, Austin, TX 78721

33. Revival Coffee

For the PINK coffee shop in Austin

You’ve definitely seen pictures of this one! Revival is from the team behind Gabriella’s Downtown adn Taquero Mucho, and it’s the cutest and brightest pink pink pink coffee shop around. Try the Fruity Pebbles Latte (matcha, lavender, and oat milk) or the Abuelita Latte (Mexican hot cocoa + espresso)

girl sitting outside pink coffee shop in Austin

Revival Coffee

|WEBSITE| 1405 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78702

34. Thunderbird Coffee

One of th oldest coffee shops in Austin, Thunderbird was my go-to back in my University of Texas days. It’s in east Austin but near UT campus, and has a great food program, plenty of seats for cramming for exams, and CAFFEINE. 

Thunderbird Coffee

|WEBSITE| 2200 Manor Rd, Austin, TX 78722

35. Try Hard Coffee Roasters

Walk-up window coffee in East Austin

They have DJs spinning vinyl, a dog-friendly and smoke-friendly back patio, and a family-friendly front patio. Try Hard is “east Austin” AF and a must-visit if you want to go to some of the best Austin coffee shops. It’s pretty small inside, so this isn’t necessarily a place where you’ll stay for hours with your laptop, but it’s a really cute Austin coffee shop to visit. 

Try Hard Coffee Roasters in Austin

Try Hard Coffee Roasters

|WEBSITE| 1115 E 11th St, Austin, TX 78702

37. Native Hostel Bar & Cafe

For a quiet, empty*ish place to work

I don’t consider this an actual coffee shop, but this hostel in east Austin has a full bar and a coffee program and plenty of seats and free wifi. It’s not typically listed on guides to Austin coffee shops, so it’s rarely crowded. If you’re hoping to find a quiet place to hunker down and focus, try going to Native Hostel. 

Man on laptop at Native Hostel in Austin

Native Bar & Cafe

|WEBSITE| 807 E 4th St, Austin, TX 78702

West Austin Coffee Shops

36. Civil Goat Coffee

This is a small, modern coffee shop in central Austin. Why the name “Civil Goat?” Because the original location is west Austin has an actual goat that lives on the property! The new location on Guadalupe is typically quite crowded, but it’s a great place to work if you can snag a seat. 

Civil Goat Coffee

|WEBSITE| 704 Cuernavaca Dr N, Austin, TX 78733

38. Epoch Coffee

Go here for a late night study sesh

This is another one of the OG Autin coffee shops. There are now several locations, but the original location opened in 2006. The North Loop coffee shop is known for their late hours (currently open until midnight). Much like Bennu Coffee, Epoch is an Austin coffee shop that most UT students are familiar with. 

Epoch Coffee

|WEBSITE| 3900 Far W Blvd, Austin, TX 78731

39. Greater Goods Coffee Roasters

Drink coffee for a good cause

Greater Goods roasts their own beans, and they offer a great selection of retail items (great place to stock up on coffee and equipment! With each bag purchased, they donate to a Texas charity.  

Each time I visit this Austin coffee shop I’m really pleased with the quality of their baristas and coffee. I love that they have a coffee shop presence in west Austin where there aren’t very many local Austin coffee shops. 

Interior of Greater Goods coffee Austin

Greater Goods Coffee Roasters

|WEBSITE| 12005 Bee Caves Rd #4B, Bee Cave, TX 78738

40. Littlefield's Tacos + Coffee

A place to let the toddler run around while you drink coffee

This large, shady outdoor area is great if you have little kids who need to run around in a safe environment! Grab a coffee from Medici and a breakfast taco from Veracruz, and enjoy a coffee date with a girlfriend while your little ones burn some energy. It’s a beautiful, casual, fun outdoor coffee shop in Austin. 

Littlefield's Outdoor Patio in Austin

Littlefield’s Tacos + Coffee

|WEBSITE| 2401 Winsted Ln, Austin, TX 78703

41. Mozart's Coffee

Coffee with a view of the lake

I’ve been to Mozart’s many times for a solo coffee date with my headphones and a journal. It’s a therapeutic thing, indeed, to sip a hot beverage at the edge of the lake and write out your feelings. This is definitely one of the prettiest coffee shops in Austin. I’ve seen so many people take photos here, and I don’t blame them – Mozart’s coffee has the best view! 

Patio at Mozart's Coffee

Mozart’s Coffee

|WEBSITE| 3825 Lake Austin Blvd, Austin, TX 78703

42. Summer Moon Coffee

latte at summer moon coffee

For sweet lattes and drive-thru options

Summer Moon locations are super popular and located all over the Austin area! If you love your coffee drinks very sweet, this is the place for you. They offer “moon milk” lattes, and you can choose your percentage of coffee to moon milk. Each cafe is a little bit different, but they all have the same consistent menu and offer a really lovely place to sit and work. 

If you’re looking for a drive thru option, check their website. Some of the locations offer this, and some don’t. 

Summer Moon Coffee

|WEBSITE| 3201 Bee Caves Rd #163, Austin, TX 78746

North Austin Coffee Shops

43. Merit

For a beautiful place to work + drink coffee

Merit Coffee now has several locations around Austin, and each one of their shops is typically crowded. (That’s a testament to their excellent coffee program, IMO.)  They use their own coffee roast, and the pastries from San Antonio’s Bakery Lorraine are ah-mazing. I have to get one of their chocolate donuts to enjoy with my coffee every time I’m there!

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|WEBSITE| 4615 N Lamar Blvd #303a, Austin, TX 78751

44. Sa-Ten

Unique Japanese coffee house experience

Such a stunning and unique Japanese coffee house; go read this post to see all the beautiful details about Sa-Ten! This coffee house and eatery has the best breakfast, lunch, and dinner bites than you’ll find at any other coffee shop. If you want coffee + food, go here!

Coffee in Austin


|WEBSITE| 4917 Airport Blvd, Austin, TX 78751

45. Barrett's Coffee

A chill coffee shop + roaster, good for getting a cup to go

Barrett’s is a local Austin roaster and coffee shop in north/central Austin. It’s a casual, quiet, chill place to bring your laptop and crank out a few hours of work. Be sure to pick up a bag of their coffee beans or a gallon of their double-filtered cold brew while you’re there. 

Barrett’s Coffee

|WEBSITE| 713 W St Johns Ave, Austin, TX 78752

46. Bennu

For a high-energy coffee shop

I’m positive that every UT student has had at least one late night study session at this Austin coffee shop. Bennu was originally a 24-hour coffee shop. They’ve adjusted their hours in the last few interesting years, but we’ll see if they get that 24-hour thing open again. Bennu doesn’t rank super high on my list of superior coffee programs in Austin, but if you’re looking for a place to get caffeinated and stay up late, this is it. 

Bennu Coffee

|WEBSITE| 109 Jacob Fontaine Ln STE 600, Austin, TX 78752

47. Brentwood Social House

For English pastries and a good place to meet a friend

This sweet neighborhood cafe serves English pastries, high tea, and all sort of other scrumptious items. Pair your coffee with one of their scones (heaven!) and enjoy a quiet afternoon at this lovely Austin coffee shop. 

Brentwood Social House in Austin
Brentwood Social House in Austin

Brentwood Social House

|WEBSITE| 1601 W Koenig Ln, Austin, TX 78756

48. Craftwork Coffee Co.

A great cup of coffee and workplace at The Domain

Craftwork is a coworking space/coffee shop that’s open to the public. If you’re a member you can enjoy the private workspace.

Craftwork Coffee Co.

|WEBSITE| 10727 Domain Dr, Austin, TX 78758

49. Hank's

Maybe the prettiest coffee shop you’ve ever been in. 

The details are EVERYTHING here. The whicker chairs, terra-cotta planters, and gorgeous light fixtures make it a fun place to just sit and be and enjoy the moment.

It’s an all-day coffee shop/restaurant/bar, so go in the morning if you want the coffee shop experience. (It transitions to dinner service later in the day.)

Hank's patio in Austin


|WEBSITE| 5811 Berkman Dr, Austin, TX 78723

50. Red Horn Coffee House & Brewing Co.

For my Cedar Park people!

Located way up in Cedar Park, Red Horn is a coffee house + brewery, much like Lazarus Brewing in east Austin. They roast their own coffee and brew beer at both locations, but go to the original Cedar Park location for more of the coffee shop vibes, and go to the Leander location for an industrial, brewery vibe.  

a flight of beer at Red Horn Cedar Park Coffee and Beer

Red Horn Coffee House & Brewing Co.

|WEBSITE| 13010 W Parmer Ln #800, Cedar Park, TX 78613

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terra @ terragoes.com
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Very jealous of the coffee + craft beer combo Austin has going on. We need that in Richmond, for sure. I’d never leave.

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