Your charcuterie board just got a whole lot better. Antonelli’s Cheese Shop is at the heart of Austin’s cheese scene. It is owned by storytellers of “artisan cheese and good food makers”. They offer cheese platters that are curated with love and decades of knowledge by experienced cheese-mongers, and include a diverse selection of “local, domestic and international cheeses” with accompanying meats, veggies, fruits and nuts. They also have complimentary cheese tastings daily, cut-to-order services. Antonelli’s prides itself on working only with farms that focus on sustainability, fair and humane treatment of animals and ethically sourced materials. You can make sure that you are getting the finest ingredients made with minimal impact on the environment. As if you needed another reason to love cheese.
Barton Hills Food Mart is a great convenience store location for “Imported Beer, Craft Beer, and Wines.” Their selection of items is crazy good! They have everything you can think of. The beer selection is off the charts, and if there is a specific beer you want, they try to order it for you. The wine selection is just as big. Both their wine and beer and competitively priced. Their foodstuffs are unique because they carry all the normal things associated with gas stations but they also have so many “local and different food items” including natural and organic options to “grab and go” including delicious frozen pizza. The staff are great too, always kind, courteous, and helpful, and the place is always clean.
If you are looking for a store where you can find “one-of-a-kind and affordable products,” head to Barton Hills Market! This highly rated grocery store in Austin has “great selection of beer, wine, pantry staples, deli, and beyond.” They literally have almost anything you need, including produce and meat! They also have a wide selection of oil and vinegar for all of your cooking needs, such as sauces and dressings. You can also find a “variety of tasty frozen food items,” all of which make a great meal solution for busy families. The staff at Barton Hills Market are super friendly and know all the neighborhood regulars by name. Despite being a small market, they surely have the obscure thing you’re looking for!
Central Market (Austin North Lamar) is a playground for foodies! There is always lots to see and do and always a sample or two. They have a very good selection of produce and a pleasing amount of locally sourced. Their bakery is full of delicious and authentic pastries, loaves of bread, cakes, cookies and pies. They also have tons of fresh and exotic produce coupled with a fresh seafood and meat market along with a bulk foods section and fresh cheese counter. All combine for fun shopping to be ended with a stop at the fresh foods bistro. Also, the cafe is kick-ass, too!
Central Market (Austin Westgate) "has the most beautiful, detail-oriented displays" and "besides the vegetables & fruit being beautiful, they create these works of art with them". "Great selection, fresh coffee at the coffee bar, several kinds of seasoned shrimp at the fish counter, a feast of grocery shopping". Also, "many wonderful cheese varieties as well". "Raclette cheese, amazing crunchy French baguette, great seafood collection, and even good quality affordable wines!" There is also "a fresh salad bar with fruit and meats". They have an "amazing bakery selection" with "little cute delicious desserts". These include "the mini cheesecakes, the chocolate crisp cookies and the fruit tartlet".
Dia's Market is a curated, “specialty grocery store and deli” serving North Austin and beyond. They carry an assortment of products that allows customers to buy daily staple items while giving them a chance to explore “local and other domestic specialty items” not available anywhere else in Austin. Their mission is to surprise and delight customers with their wide selection of products, including hot coffee & pastries, fresh produce, dairy items, frozen foods, delicious breakfast & lunch deli sandwiches, beer & wine, snacks, fine chocolate and more. Their “deli menu” includes all sandwiches made on choice of baguette, sourdough, whole grain, or gluten-free bread. Dia's Market is constantly “on the look-out for new products” made with care and attention to high-quality ingredients. They remain focused on customer service, customer requests and employee retention.
The Duval Market calls itself an "upgraded version of a convenience store." The owners are big supporters of local businesses and carry several local products like artisan chocolates, snacks, jerky, and more. Organic, gluten-free, vegan products are available as well! Their drinks selection is also notable! Browse through the store for their "enormous wine selection and craft beers" as well as the always-available and freshly-made coffee of different flavors and syrups!
East 1st Grocery is a local grocer that stocks some of the best locally brewed beers from around the state of Texas! If you're a fan of beer then this is the place to be! Featuring beers from all over Texas and the country, East 1st grocery is your one-stop-shop for everything beer!
Central Health’s Southeast Health and Wellness Center is more than a clinic. This is one location that offers farm produce, free cooking, nutrition, and exercise classes. This is also "a great Community Care Facility". It is "well cared for" and "the staff" is "kind, courteous, and polite". The Central Health Southeast Health & Wellness Center supports the Montopolis neighborhood’s first-ever farm stand — Farmshare Austin’s Fresh for Less Mobile Market – that sells fresh produce at affordable prices. For more information about Farmshare Austin, please visit www.farmshareaustin.org. It’s also Farmshare Austin’s first farm stand to be located at a community health center in Austin. The Fresh for Less at the Central Health Southeast Health & Wellness Center is a Mobile Market.
Fresh Plus is a locally owned grocery store that specializes in “locally sourced products from Austin” and surrounding areas. They have an excellent store located in 24th Street with “excellent service and competitive prices.” All the staff are nice and their store is pretty clean. It is arguably the “most convenient one-stop grocery store” on West Campus. The selection is good, and they always have plenty of the essentials. The people that run this place are so kind, and best of all they have free coffee. If you're around West Campus and need a few groceries or goods, you should definitely try Fresh Plus Grocery in 24th Street.
In 2012, Fresh Plus Grocery opened a “new specialty market chain in Anderson Lane” offering fresh produce, health-food items, meat selections, and beer. They have a nice selection of freshly packed snack and nut mixes, as well as freshly baked goods and sandwiches to “grab for a quick lunch.” They also stock a ton of “products from local businesses,” which is an added bonus. The staff that you will encounter here are very friendly and will always help you in finding the items that you need. Fresh Plus Grocery in Anderson is perfect for a quick stop if you're craving for a snack or needing a last minute ingredient for a meal. It’s conveniently located, and you will definitely love the all natural selections and deli that they offer!
Fresh Plus is a family-owned grocery store carrying the best products available and located right down the road. Fresh Plus Grocery (Clarksville) offers a wide variety of wines and beers, imported cheeses, specialty meats, fruits and vegetables, as well as many “organic and local products.” They also offer a variety of fresh entrees, sides, soups, and sandwiches in their deli and in-house smoked meats in the meat department. What really makes it into an experience rather than just an errand is the cashiers and other staff that are friendly and helpful. This is definitely a “perfect place to go in Clarksville” to stock up on produce, grab food for a picnic, get a cold drink, or get a meal to go.
Fresh Plus Grocery in Hyde Park is a truly “wonderful neighborhood grocery store” that offers fresh meat, seafood, produce, prepared salads, local salsa, and pretty much everything you would stop for at a corner store but, a bit nicer than a convenience store. There are a lot of products that are “gluten free and more healthy option” Including organic dairy products and eggs from local farms! They also have lots of household products and anything you need to make a dinner some evening and don't feel like messing with the mad rush of the larger grocery stores nearby. Fresh Plus Grocery in Hyde Park also offers an extensive selection of whole bean coffees & wine.
Guan Yin is a community tea house, specializing in “Gong Fu Cha in Austin, Texas.” It is run by incredibly beautiful team of people, serving the best tea in a magical environment. They offer “farm direct tea, quality artisan tea ware, as well as tea tastings, classes, and workshops.” Their goal is to spread Chinese tea culture and the art of Gong Fu Cha, and their tea service. The tea selection is vast and enticing, “the pricing is fair and the atmosphere is perfect” if you want everything to feel like smooth sailing. Guan Yin Tea House is a unique place where you can play Super Nintendo, drink tea from China in a dojo like setting and enjoy an open mic night.
The Flag Store of Hyde Park is also known as “Hyde Park Market” and “The Flag Store” by their great customers in Hyde Park and the Austin community. This store is “adorned with international flags” and it is the Hyde Park's “one stop shop” for import beers, quality wines, all things organic, exotic candies, consumable brands, tools and whatever basics to make life awesome. They carry over “500 different beers,” including every beer distributed in Texas. You can buy whole packs or mix and match your own six pack! You can also find wine, organic products, ice cream, tools, cigarettes and more! They also offer free money orders with no fees, deals on check cashing, and, of course, flags for sale.
JD’s Supermarket (Austin) can be a one-stop-shop for anyone in its multiple locations in the Greater Austin Area. Stock up on pantry staples with their wide inventory of fresh fruits and vegetables, quality meats and seafood, grocery items, as well as brands and products from Mexico and South America. Grab any of their deliciously prepared food and dishes from the café, taqueria, bakery, and cremeria. Aside from food items, other services and errands can also be done at JD’s Supermarket with their other sections like the General Merchandise, jewelry, ATM, bills payment and check cashing money orders and fuel stations.
JD’s Supermarket (Decker LN) can be a one-stop-shop for anyone in its multiple locations in the Greater Austin Area. Stock up on pantry staples with their wide inventory of fresh fruits and vegetables, quality meats and seafood, grocery items, as well as brands and products from Mexico and South America. Grab any of their deliciously prepared food and dishes from the café, taqueria, bakery, and cremeria. Aside from food items, other services and errands can also be done at JD’s Supermarket with their other sections like the General Merchandise, jewelry, ATM, bills payment and check cashing money orders and fuel stations.
If you love “different combinations of chocolate, nuts, and caramel,” you will definitely love Lammes Candies at Hillside Center! All the products are “made fresh in the Lammes HQ and brought to the store in Hillside Center.” Lammes uses all natural ingredients with no artificial preservatives. They make everything themselves except for the sugar free chocolates and truffles. Lammes Candies, now in its second century of candy making, was founded by “William Wirt Lamme in 1878.” They are now a full-line candy company offering more than 1,000 items. The "Texas Chewie" is still the number one selling product with over 2,000 pounds produced daily.
Marigold Market + Café lets its patrons shop and stop to grab a bite from their multitude of offerings. The market features aisle upon aisle of beers, wines, snacks, grocery and household items, great for on-the-go or quick purchases. Meanwhile, their café has a bakery, fresh food and meals, beer and kombucha on tap plus a grab-and-go selection, available even in the café’s after hours.
This is a "small grocery in a super convenient location, perfect for folks that live in the Crestview Station" area. You can find "the usual snack foods, household supplies, soft drinks, beer, wine" and more!They have "four different flavors of Guayaki tea" and "a half dozen sodas from Dublin Bottling Works". As well as an "impressive" craft beer selection and with their "8-10 different sauvignon blanc varieties in the fridge alone". They also have "a cafe in the corner that serves coffees and made-to-order food, stuff like croissants, breakfast tacos, and paninis". There are "quality heat-and-serve foods like soups and sandwiches" too. "Bonus: they have growlers that you can fill with draft beer or kombucha".