Austin has become well known for being home to some of the best coffee shops in the entire state. In a town that pride’s itself on a strong hot and cold brew game, it also plays host so several unexpected spots you wouldn’t expect to get your quality caffeine buzz. Here’s five of our favorite “other” spots to add to your super secret list of coffee stops in Austin.


Dolce Neve

January is perfect affogato weather in Austin and Dolce Neve serves a full coffee program with an espresso bar featuring a personalized blend from Texas Coffee Traders.  Enhance your cup of espresso with a couple of scoops of their house made gelato and you’ll be forever addicted to their authentic Italian affogato.



Picnik’s butter coffee list includes the go-to “Little Larry” made with coffee, grass-fed butter, MCT oil, maple syrup and collagen, and crowd-pleaser, the “Marshmallow Chai,” which is made with grass-fed butter, MCT oil, herbal rooibos, ginger, cardamom, nutmeg, black pepper, cinnamon, cloves, maple syrup, grass-fed whey protein, collagen, colostrum, and vanilla bean


Quack’s 43rd Street Bakery

You can’t just simply eat your pastries without a hot or cold cup of coffee at it’s side.


Hops & Grain

Hops & Grain isn’t only limited to ice cold craft beer, they also have an in house coffee shop!


Cream Whiskers

Cream puffs are French pastries, filled with cold custard, custard cream, whipped cream,  ice cream, or any fillings you desire. Austin’s one and only cream puff shop provides the perfect pairing of their unique French pastries and along with a fine selection of coffee and teas.


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Hayden Walker
Executive Editor | Co-Publisher

Hayden Walker is the Editor in Chief and Director of Operations for Austin Food Magazine

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