The way Briggo works: the customer places an order for coffee through the mobile app or in-person at the bar with customizable options from milk type, espresso shots, types of sweeteners and syrups, to temperature. Users can save their favorite orders, as well as rack up loyalty points. The automated machine creates the coffee drink right then and there with made with a blend of Latin American beans. Briggo touts that its machine can made 100 drinks every hour with a total of 800 cups at a time.
University of Texas Austin students are already familiar with Briggo’s coffee bar setup, which it calls the “coffee haus” — it tested out a location within the UT campus as part of the Flawn Academic Center.
Briggo’s Hours are from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, which will extend to midnight on Sundays and 1 a.m. for the rest of the week starting on Monday, February 5.
There are plans to open other locations in Austin and elsewhere. Currently, Briggo operates in three global tech firms based in the city.