30 "Coffee & A Light Bite" restaurants in Austin.
Franklin Barbecue’s Tacos & Coffee trailer in East Austin serves breakfast tacos using their famous smoked brisket.
Elizabeth St. Cafe isn’t just one of the cutest spots in Austin - it’s also one of the best places for a healthy-ish (or not) meal.
One of Austin's best bakeries, Upper Crust is home to life-altering cinnamon rolls and solid lunch foods.
Patika Luncheonette is tucked away on the ground floor of the 100 Congress building downtown, serving very good coffee and lunch.
Attached to Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop in the Warehouse District, Juan Pelota Cafe is a biking community hub and coffee shop with a good Happy Hour.
This Merit Coffee location in the Seaholm district is a great place to meet up with people or get some work done downtown.
The downtown location of Caffe Medici in the Austonian is very modern-looking, and the coffee is excellent.
The coffee shop Houndstooth in downtown in the base of the Frost Bank Tower serves some of the best coffee in town.
Halcyon is an all-day cafe downtown that opened in 2002 before the term “all-day cafe” even existed.
The downtown location of Epoch Coffee is a modern experience – all glass, concrete, and blonde wood.
Alta's Cafe is an under-the-radar cafe downtown that’s right on the trails near the Convention Center in the Waller Creek Boathouse.
In the middle of the lobby of the Line Hotel downtown is a walk-up counter location of Alfred, a mini-chain of trendy coffee shops out of LA.
This renamed and reopened all-day spot in Clarksville is best for breakfast or during Happy Hour.
Uncle Nicky's is an all-day cafe in Hyde Park with a great patio, coffee, pastries, and smaller plates later in the day as well as a good Happy Hour.
Little Brother is a tiny spot on Rainey with just a few bar stools - head here for a cocktail or a coffee depending on the time of day.