Bouldin Creek Cafe
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Bouldin Creek Cafe provides fairly-priced, wholesome vegetarian and vegan food made from scratch with love in our kitchen.
Hands down my favorite vegan sandwich is the Cool Summer Sammach (do yourself a favor and add the Facon). It's geared towards veggie heads but does have some egg dishes also. It's a corky place that can have a bit of a wait at times, but for me it's worth it.
Hands-down best brunch spot in the neighborhood. A must go if you're vegan/vegetarian! Lots of breakfast as well as lunch and dinner menu items along with coffee, juices & smoothies.
Vegetarian and none vegetarian will enjoy this place. We've been providing fairly-priced, wholesome vegetarian and vegan food to Austin since 2000. Its your go-to spot if you're looking for quality food coupled with fresh coffee! A local favorite, all the food is made from scratch . You'll find…
A classic local favorite, Bouldin Creek Cafe has an all-vegetarian menu that is boasting with originality and flavor. From their coffee drinks to their draft beers to their sweet and/or savory meal options that last all day and night, Bouldin has something for everyone. We highly recommend it, but…
“Insta-friendly Vietnamese restaurant with great cocktails. Good value at happy hour. Sit in the cute outdoor patio area if the weather is nice!”
“3.8 miles. A great place to stop and grab a slice of pizza in the heart of South Congress Neighborhood. ~3 miles from Farmhouse”
“Iconic music institution like the Saxon Pub, but more rockabilly, blues and honky tonk than singer-songwriter. Gary Clark Jr came up playing a weekly gig here, so don't miss the regulars”
“The food is worth the wait. You will find some delicious Thai food. There are a good amount of Gluten free options. ”
“Just down the street from Allens is the South Congress location of Magnolia Cafe, known for its “Sorry, We’re Open” neon sign and 24-hour diner service. The original location opened as Omelettry West on Lake Austin Boulevard in 1979, and this beloved café has been an Austin favorite ever since. Barack Obama’s 2014 visit cemented the diner’s status as a local icon forever when he met a UT student for coffee there.”