Brewing the “best tasting Kombucha” on the planet earth while maintaining a sustainable and conscious business. Buddha's Brew Kombucha is a craft brewed fermented elixir full of living cultures, organically grown within and never from a powder. To ensure the freshest, most probiotically active kombucha possible, they “brew and bottle the full strength Kombucha daily” in small batches in their microbrewery along Williamson Creek in Austin, Texas. They “never pasteurize or filter out living culture” to make it more shelf stable. They believe healthy raw kombucha can and should be delicious and they make sure every batch is just that, delightful and sublime!
Locally crafted in Austin, Cocoa Puro produces Kakawa Cocoa Beans, made in small batches from the finest, freshest, and purest ingredients. Kakawa Cocoa Beans are fresh-roasted whole beans, the heart of chocolate flavor, covered in luscious layers of white, milk and dark chocolates and cocoa powder. It’s five of the best chocolates in one bite!” You can order directly from their site!
Hopdoddy Burger Bar - Lil'Doddy Burger Lab is "Hopdoddy's younger sibling." Offering a "fast casual experience" as one of the few Hopdoddy burger bars that have their own drive up window where you can go pick up your online orders without muss or fuss! Even with the fast-casual approach, you can still expect the best quality handcrafted burgers like you would at any of the other 22 Hopdaddy locations in Texas.
The Oakhill branch of Jack Allen’s Kitchen is one of their four branches in Austin, Texas. While the restaurant focuses on making fresh, locally-sourced food through their Southern-inspired flavors, this particular branch is the only one that offers private dining services. Like the other branch locations, they also feature a gluten-free menu, along with buffet brunches where you can enjoy half-priced appetizers along with a range of drink specials. Happy hours are between 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. on weekdays!
Kerbey Lane (Southwest) is "one of Austin’s finest locally owned chains". "Queso is heavenly, so as pancakes". You can "actually take home their branded pancake premixes, and even find them at Costco". It "can get very crowded in the afternoons and onwards but super friendly staff will definitely do their best to locate you in short time". "There is no better place for pancakes, and their daily special flavors add fun to your day". Some even recommended "a few things on their menu: Hibiscus Tea with or without the added fizz, the Kerbey Queso, Buttermilk pancakes, Kerbey Lane Special, or their Paris Texas Plate with Migas and French Toast. Oh, and if you want something extra special, add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the french toast, yum!" Remember, "it's always packed so prepare to wait".
Along with their health and fitness programs, Live Oak Wellness produces an ultimate sustainable, local, and natural Acorn tea that was invented and developed right in Austin with years of practice and adjustments on its production process. Indeed, the unique hearty and long-lived oak tree and its bountiful yield has been finally been harnessed! Utilizing local gatherers and sourcing local Live Oak acorns, this company produces their acorn tea locally – 100% Austin from start to finish. Their original product contains no other additives os sweeteners of any kind – nothing but local acorns and water. Enjoy a cup of freshly brewed acorn tea that is locally made and bottled with its unique, smooth, and nutty flavor.
The Tipping T Eatery is known as "a great brunch spot"; serving brunch on weekends and lunch during Fridays. The Tipping T Eatery is situated in the Tejas Pavillion, one of the buildings sitting in an eco-friendly property. The place has both indoor and outdoor seating. The outdoor seating has a very nice atmosphere with plenty of trees surrounding the area. A large natural playground area is accessible for kids, making it easier for parents to supervise their kids as they enjoy their meal or have a drink. A few of their dishes include "sweet grilled cheese sandwich", "sausage hash", and "brussels sprout salad". Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are available, but since this is an eco-friendly property, it's BYOB.
The Whole Foods Market (Arbor Trails) sells a "very good variety of grains, nuts, veggies and other organic groceries". Their "whole foods brand milk is really good". Anyone can "love their collection of chocolates and handmade soaps" with "so many flavours" and variants. A "nice selection of bath, body, and makeup items that are cruelty-free and at good prices". There is also a "nice play corner for the kids with a small kitchen set up and enough seating for having a quick snack or meal". You will "love their pastry items too" and also "their tiramisu is just irresistible!" This market also has an "ample parking space and is just next to Costco".
Winner Winner is a famous takeaway spot serving pasture-raised chicken, lamb and pork roasted to perfection in rotisseries, and ribs in addition to their house-made farm-fresh seasonal side dishes and sandwiches. The restaurant has gained its popularity from its unique dining venue that was built out of a restored 1949 railroad dining car. While the place is primarily known as a takeaway spot which serves dishes for pick-up, the restaurant has been renovated so customers can now enjoy their food in the "impressively restored dining lounge" inside the "vintage train car", or you could enjoy the outdoors in their exquisite deck.