Below is a list of the top and leading Cafe in Austin. To help you find the best Cafe located near you in Austin, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Austin’s Best Cafe:
The top rated Cafe in Austin are:
- Santorini Cafe – is a place for friends and for fabulous Greek food
- Mozart’s Coffee Roasters – is proud to partner with Amazon to bring you Austin’s first and best coffee roaster nationwide to your door
- Arturo’s Underground Cafe – has been serving diverse Austin fare since 1996
- Juan Pelota Cafe – is located inside Mellow Johnny’s Bike Shop
- Cenote – not only serves amazing coffee, but they also have a full food menu
Santorini Cafe is a place for friends and for fabulous Greek food. Their restaurant opened its doors in January 2013. Since then, their family is striving to provide their customers with a cozy atmosphere and simple, delicious Greek food. Try their veggie options and lunch specials, and dine outdoors in their beautiful patio, with a spacious play area for their young friends. Their beautiful outdoor patio is now open for dining. Spacious play area for kids to play while you eat, pets are welcome too.
Food Menu, Coffee, Cold Beverages
Address: 11800 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78753
Phone: (512) 833-6000
“Great food for an awesome price. Owner greats you up front and she’s super kind. Would definitely recommend.” – La’Raelle M.
Mozart’s Coffee Roasters
Mozart’s Coffee Roasters is proud to partner with Amazon to bring you Austin’s first and best coffee roaster nationwide to your door. All of their blends are meant to be enjoyed by a variety of brew styles including Pour Over, Drip, French Press, and Espresso. Their cold brew blend Toddy Brau is theirs in house cold brew. Lake Austin Blend makes a superb cold brew blend as well. Each artisan ultra-small batch roast has been specifically sourced, blended, and craft roasted in 100 bag limited edition quantities.
Coffee, Bakery, Coffee Subscription, Curated Speciality Boxes, Campfire Mugs, SportsFLex Masks
Address: 3825 Lake Austin Blvd, Austin, TX 78703
Phone: (512) 477-2900
“The coffee is excellent, great atmosphere. Used to come here all the time to study when I was a student at The University of Texas. Plan for it to be a little busy if you head there during peak times, this is a super popular place. However, it’s a beautiful spot right on the water, & 100% worth the trip each time!” – Kristen M.
Arturo’s Underground Cafe
Arturo’s Underground Cafe has been serving diverse Austin fare since 1996. Open only for breakfast and lunch, they are a neighborhood chief for the local office set, students and tourists alike. They proudly serve natural fair trade locally roasted coffee and espresso from texas coffee traders. Within the week, you can step up to the counter and arrange fresh-made breakfast tacos, delicious quesadillas, hot and cold sandwiches, and hearty salads.
On the weekends they invite you to come in and sit in one of their underground dining rooms for a delicious brunch experience like nothing you have ever had before. From genuine benedict recipes to preferred cuisine like the diablo and Caribbean toast to hearty scrambles and sandwiches, there are plenty of home-cooked flavors to explore each time you visit.
Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch, Outdoor & Indoor Dining, Curbside Takeout
Address: 314 W 17th St, Austin, TX 78701
Phone: (512) 469-0380
“Omg, boyfriend and I stopped here during our trip to Austin. INCREDIBLE. The waitstaff was so nice and the food was to die for. They had vegetarian Eggs Benedict so that was awesome for me and my bf loves all the meat. Definitely will come back when we are in Austin again.” – Adrienne B.
Juan Pelota Cafe
Juan Pelota Cafe is located inside Mellow Johnny’s Bike Shop, is a gathering spot connecting the cycling community and their downtown Austin neighbors. Serving different kinds of coffee drinks, smoothies, cold drinks, wine, and local craft beers, as well as pastries, sandwiches, and other snacks, their cafe has been a warehouse district staple since it’s doors opened in 2008.
Juan Pelota’s staff is committed to the barista craft and always has a warm smile, a friendly howdy, and a drink recommendation at the ready for everyone that comes through the door. All of their coffee drinks initiate with beans from Coava Coffee Roasters from Portland, Oregon, and Little City located off St Elmo St here in Austin, Texas. Each roaster they work with uses farm-sourced single-origin beans for the freshest flavors that are both bold and smooth.
Coffee Drinks, Smoothies, Cold Drinks, Wine, Local Craft Beers, Pastries, Sandwiches, Other Snacks
Address: 400 Nueces St, Austin, TX 78701
Phone: (512) 473-0222
“Definitely one of the most iconic places in the whole of Austin. A huge eclectic shop in a relatively quiet corner of downtown. They make great hot & iced coffees, smoothies. No validation for parking so you either should pay premium rear parking or find a spot around. I’m not into biking but this is probably an oasis for those who are.” – Arda K.
Cenote not only serves amazing coffee, but they also have a full food menu of fresh offerings made with the best ingredients. In addition, they have a great selection of beer and wine. They offer a full range of beverages that emphasize being organic and locally sourced, when possible. Cenote serves a large selection of Texas craft beer and offers an eclectic wine list. They are currently serving outstanding coffee from the wild gift.
Cenote offers a rotating selection of coffees using a pour-over method for optimal flavor. Its iced coffee is cold brewed for 24 hours, triple filtered and kegged, served on a nitro draft system. All teas are organic, from Zhi Tea. Their chai is made in house.
Food, Drink, Gifts, Online Orders
Address: 1010 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78702
Phone: (512) 524-1311
“This little hip coffee shop is so much more! Every dish served was beautifully displayed. Staff was friendly and helpful. But most importantly, the food was so unique and tasty. Grab some breakfast and coffee, eat outside, and enjoy! They are dog friendly as well!” – Dylan M.
Shera Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Shera grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Shera has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Shera is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.