Yeast has become a hot commodity right now, as people are turning to baking while staying at home. For those who can’t find that essential baking ingredient at supermarkets and grocery stores, Eater put together a quick list of restaurants selling the product through their marketplaces, as well as places selling sourdough starters.
As with most businesses right now, products might be sold out or restaurants might close, since things are constantly changing.
Banger’s: The sausage restaurant’s new general store is selling two pounds of dry active yeast for curbside pickups placed online, as well as flour. (79 Rainey Street, Downtown)
The Brewtorium: The brewpub has pounds of instant yeast and four-pound bags of all-purpose flour for sale through its web store for pickups. (6015 Dillard Circle, Highland)
Crema Bakery & Cafe: The restaurant’s marketplace features yeast — both eight-ounces of active dry and one-pound of instant — plus flour for curbside pickups placed online and Favor deliveries. There are limits of one yeast and two flour purchases per day. (9001 Brodie Lane, South Austin)
Dai Due: The butcher shop is selling four-ounce dry active yeast as well as flour (wheat and all-purpose) through its web store for in-person pickups through its walk-up window. (2406 Manor Road, Cherrywood)
Dream Bakery: The Wells Branch bakery is selling 16-ounce instant yeast packets as well as a good variety of flours for curbside pickups placed online. (9422 Anderson Mill Road, Wells Branch)
Easy Tiger: The Linc drive-thru is selling both 100-gram sourdough starters and flour. Orders can be placed online for in-person/curbside pickups or deliveries. (6406 North I-35, Highland)
Foreign & Domestic: The New American restaurant is selling two-ounce instant yeast and all sorts of flour for pickups through its web store. (306 East 53rd Street, North Loop)
Great Harvest Bread Company: The Austin location of the bakery chain is selling instant yeast by the pound, as well as all-purpose and whole wheat flour for pickups and deliveries. (1110 Old Walsh Tarlton, West Lake Hills)
Jester King Brewery: The Hill Country brewery’s got 100-gram sourdough starters, pounds of bread yeast, and convenient sourdough bead-making kits available for pickups. (13005 Fitzhugh Road, Hill Country)
The Meteor: The cafe is selling its half-pints of its sourdough starter, plus all-purpose and bread flours for pickups placed online. (2110 South Congress Avenue, Bouldin Creek)
Scholz Garten: The beer garden’s marketplace has one-pound yeast and flour. Orders can be placed on the phone or email (the latter must be placed with 24-hour notice). (1607 San Jacinto Boulevard, Downtown)
Skull & Cakebones: The vegan bakery is shipping sourdough starters with flour and active dry yeast add-ons. Orders must be placed online.
Update: May 15, 5:34 p.m.: This story was originally published on April 16. It has been updated throughout to reflect additional yeast offerings.