Fleet Coffee Co is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

1. Fleet Coffee Co

2427 Webberville Rd, Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · Central East Austin · 14 tips and reviews

James B.James Bates: Excellent espresso, and also try the ginger and turmeric iced tea for something different

ChristinaChristina: The baked goods are great. I didn't get any of the speciality drinks but really enjoyed my butterscotch latte!

Corey W.Corey Ward: Their special coffee drinks, like their cappuccino with fruity pebble milk, are surprising and delicious.

Mozart's Coffee is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

2. Mozart's Coffee

3825 Lake Austin Blvd (at Enfield Rd.), Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · West Austin · 218 tips and reviews

Jodie H.Jodie Huynh: nice cafe next to the lake, great coffee and cheesecake, live music band

JenniferJennifer: I heard that this is the #1 spot for first dates in Austin -- so, yeah, there's a reason for that.

Charles E.Charles Edge: Iced mocha on a hot Austin night!

Patika is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

3. Patika

2159 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · South Lamar · 18 tips and reviews

JenKuduJenKudu: Gorgeous space, vanilla latte is made beautifully and the bagels are actually really good! I would go here all the time if I lived in Austin.

Gigi 🎀Gigi 🎀: LOVE this place! Very clean, nice patio, fast wifi, cute decorations. Would come early to study/get work done. Cool place to drink and hang out at night. 💗

ChristinaChristina: Their vanilla latte was 👌🏻

Houndstooth Coffee is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

4. Houndstooth Coffee

401 Congress Ave (at 4th St), Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · Downtown Austin · 112 tips and reviews

Roz T.Roz Thomas: Beautiful macchiato and the coffee and walnut doughnut was delicious.

ThrillistThrillist: Houndstooth installed a pecan-slab experimental coffee bar where they'll be doing single-origin siphon brewing! Read more.

Michael W.Michael Wilkin: Set up your laptop, drink a million coffees and power through that to do list. Thanks to Supper for the recommendation: http://supper.mx/places/houndstooth-coffee-austin/

Cenote is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

5. Cenote

1010 E Cesar Chavez St (Medina), Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · 113 tips and reviews

jeremy m.jeremy miller: The Migas are incredible, and the breakfast burrito is delicious. Good pastries too!

David J. N.David J. Neff: Great outdoor seating for the puppies. Not for cats. No one likes cats anyway.

Mark K.Mark Kupasrimonkol: Two words: breakfast burrito. One more word: avocado.

Jo's Coffee is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

6. Jo's Coffee

1300 S Congress Ave (James St. W.), Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · Bouldin Creek · 176 tips and reviews

David N.David Newman: Banana bread is delicious and the granola yogurt parfait is excellent and not too sweet.

DailyCandyDailyCandy: Prepare to wait through the morning rush, but the afternoons get you caffeinated lickety-split.

Charles E.Charles Edge: The hot chocolate is awesome!

Houndstooth Coffee is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

7. Houndstooth Coffee

4200 N Lamar Blvd Ste 120 (at 43rd St), Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · Rosedale · 112 tips and reviews

DelphineDelphine: They make an excellent cappuccino in both taste and presentation. It is a busy spot but worth the wait. Don't be tempted to get it to go!

Zach D.Zach Dyer: The bathroom code is 4200

Richard M.Richard McClellan: wifi password for Houndstooth Q: coffeeandcheese

Radio Coffee & Beer is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

8. Radio Coffee & Beer

4208 Manchaca Rd, Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · South Lamar · 52 tips and reviews

Brendan F.Brendan Ford: Great new place in South Austin. They serve Stumptown coffee too, which is a welcome alternative to all the places here that serve Cuvée.

akahi o.akahi otter: Band on Mondays inside is definitely worth a listen if you like bluesy/ backwater country definitely make sure you tip these guys!!

Will M.Will McKenna: Try the nitro cold brew. A whole different way to experience coffee.

Cafe Java is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

9. Cafe Java

11900 Metric Blvd (Gracy Farms Ln.), Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · North Burnet · 92 tips and reviews

Pooja J.Pooja Junnarkar: Their omelets are great, all of them. I like trying their specials along with the bourbon pecan pie.

Bryan G.Bryan G: The migas are up there with the best in Austin. Great coffee, service, come alone and sit at the counter - join in the conversation or read the paper. A hidden gem

Elana K.Elana King: I was there last night with a friend, and got their Monday burger special to go for my boyfriend. It was an hour before I got it home, and the egg was at perfection. These guys continue to amaze me.

Summer Moon Wood-Fired Coffee is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

10. Summer Moon Wood-Fired Coffee

11005 Burnet Rd, Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · North Burnet · 17 tips and reviews

Mike H.Mike H.: Breakfast tacos and well-made coffee make this a great place to stop on your way to the office.

Clara S.Clara Scott: I love the Wintermoon Latte! I also got the Half-wintermoon which is great if you want a latte that's a little more coffee forward. The Summermoon was okay too, but I prefer their cold drinks.

Eric A.Eric Andersen: Morning rush is busy…plan to wait a bit in line!

Caffé Medici is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

11. Caffé Medici

200 Congress Ave (at 2nd St.), Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · Downtown Austin · 110 tips and reviews

Paula W.Paula Wirth / Eat Drink Oakland: The breakfast tacos by Tacodeli are surprisingly tasty - Try the Migas... and the coffee is of course excellent!

ThrillistThrillist: CM slings Cuvee coffee roasted on three La Marzocco FB 80s (Italian for "Fancy Makers of Delicious Coffee"), and they pride themselves on always having a wide selection of direct-trade beans. Read more.

Keeg ✨Keeg ✨: The top floor is great for working and watching traffic drive by on Congress.

Texas Coffee Traders is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

12. Texas Coffee Traders

1400 E 4th St (btwn onion and navasota), Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · 13 tips and reviews

StephanieStephanie: Super friendly and kind staff. Great chai here and there's often free mini baked goods to sample.

Brian C.Brian Combs: Anyone serious about brewing coffee should know about Texas Coffee Traders. Whole and retail, roasted and unroasted beans, and equipment repair. Read more.

Sierra K.Sierra Kneifel: MUCH better than Progress right down the road! Their cappuccinos are divine!

Wright Bros. Brew & Brew is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

13. Wright Bros. Brew & Brew

500 San Marcos St #105 (5th St), Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · 45 tips and reviews

John B.John Booth: Awesome place for coffee or beer. A little walk out of downtown but worth it. Aeropress coffee was excellent.

Ben H.Ben Hollander: Hipster paradise. Plenty of parking for your penny farthing while you enjoy an artisan crafted brew and work on your manuscript on your typewriter. Polaroid selfies encouraged!

David P.David Prestidge: One of the few shops in town that brew (optionally) using the Aeropress. Worth trying.

Café Crème is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

14. Café Crème

1834 E Oltorf St (Burleson), Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · Riverside · 14 tips and reviews

NarNar: Try their specialty drink: Café Crème Brulée. It's sweet & delicious. Also, pair it with a Jalapeño, Cheese, & Sausage kolache. The dough is perfect!

Jose M.Jose Magallanes: I usually hate kolaches, but these taste great!

Jessica R.Jessica Rabbet: Crab salad or potato soup. Try them, you won't regret it!

Summermoon Coffee Bar is one of The 15 Best Coffee Shops in Austin.

15. Summermoon Coffee Bar

3115 S 1st St, Austin, TX
Coffee Shop · 123 tips and reviews

Cheyenne H.Cheyenne Hanson: Great studying atmosphere! Get anything with moon milk - it is to die for. Peaceful atmosphere and the music they play is great. Tad warm so don't sit by a window if you get hot easily.

Stephanie D.Stephanie Danforth: The "Sean Con" is an awesome off the menu drink! 3 shots of espresso, 3 oz of there special sweet milk- then shaken over ice and poured into a frosted glass. Glorious!!

Food & WineFood & Wine: Summermoon's primitive roasting technique is unusual: It uses a hand-cranked mesquite wood-fired oven. Try the Summermoon Latte (a creamy espresso drink prepared with "Moon milk").