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Stylish Cozy Houston Favorite Tiny Boxwoods Is Making Its Austin Debut

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Tiny Boxwoods in Austin
Tiny Boxwoods in Austin
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Tiny Boxwoods, the popular restaurant from Houston, is making its Austin debut on Tuesday, May 9. It's part of the Kerbey Lane Village on West 35th Street in Bryker Woods. At the beginning, only dinner will be served, with breakfast, lunch, and brunch to come a month or two later.

The casual restaurant is known for its famed chocolate chip cookies, along with salads, sandwiches, pastries, and plentiful cocktails. Tiny Boxwoods' chef, and co-owner, Baron Doke, will concoct the menu.

Expect a lush, green space, along with outdoor seating and a dedicated private dining room, especially considering co-owner Lance Thompson’s background in landscape architecture. He’s leading the Austin expansion, and he is also overseeing Kerbey Lane Village as well. His landscape architecture firm, Thompson + Hanson, is expanding into Austin as well.

Thompson, Baron, and Gregg Thompson opened the Houston Tiny Boxwoods in 2007. The Austin Tiny Boxwoods took over the former Hill-Bert's Burgers at the same address.

Once open, Tiny Boxwoods’ Austin dinner hours will be from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

Tiny Boxwoods

1503 West 35th Street, Austin, Texas 78703 Visit Website