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10 Austin Stores for Holiday Shopping and Eating

Multitask at the city’s best cafes, restaurants, and markets with shops

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Now that it’s almost the holiday season, it’s time to start thinking about gifts. Multitask Austin’s best cafes, markets, and restaurants with shops, all of which bring together the best of both worlds: food for you, gifts for them. Find presents and dine at Louisiana-French cafe and grocery Epicerie, browse through books at BookPeople while siping on coffee, and others.

As with all businesses, be sure to call ahead to make sure each one is still open or if there are updates on current offerings and service models, as things are changing constantly. Wear a mask and tip well.

Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; the latest data about the delta variant indicates that it may pose a low-to-moderate risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial transmission. The latest CDC guidance is here; find a COVID-19 vaccination site here.

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Garden Seventeen

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Plants make for life-long presents and the Highland garden store and nursery includes an on-site coffee truck. 604 Coffee serves up a variety of espresso drinks as well as apple ciders and gluten-free and vegan baked goods from Zucchini Kill. Orders can be placed online or in person.

Epicerie

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The charming cafe and grocery serves up Louisiana-French dishes while also stocking great retail products such as soaps, jams, Rancho Gordon beans, tea towels, and bottles of wine. Orders can be placed online or in person; the restaurant is open for dine-in service.

Epicerie
Epicerie
Epicerie

Dai Due

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The butcher shop and restaurant sells its amazing house-made condiments, like chipotle sambal, seasonings, and mustards, alongside local coffee and honey, cookbooks (including owner and chef Jesse Griffiths’ own tomes), and soaps. Orders can be placed online or in person; the restaurant is open for dine-in service.

Swedish Hill

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The Clarksville restaurant and bakery features a little market section full of bottles of wine, packaged dried pastas, various jarred and canned foods, utensils, and more. Orders can be placed in person; the restaurant is open for dine-in services.

BookPeople Cafe

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Caffeine up while shopping for books at the local downtown Austin bookstore armed with baked goods and sandwiches from BookPeople’s cafe. Orders can be placed online or in person; the store is open for in-person shopping.

Walton's Fancy and Staple

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Grab a plate of hearty food and a cup of coffee while browsing succulents, flowers, and candles at the downtown deli. Orders can be placed online or in person; the restaurant is open for dine-in services.

Plants at Walton’s
Plants at Walton’s
Walton’s

Salt & Time

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Austin's other great butcher shop and restaurant in East Austin offers everything from its own charcuterie to Confituras jam to rice to tinned fish. Orders can be placed online or in person; the restaurant is open for dine-in services. There’s also its two-doors-down wine shop that sells retail items, cookbooks, and, naturally, bottles of wine.

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Salt & Time
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Jacoby's Restaurant & Mercantile

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After or before or even during your brunch or dinner at Jacoby’s, pop into the next-door Mercantile where you can find goods like home decor, jewelry, candles, and even glass and plateware from the restaurant itself. Orders can be placed in person; the restaurant is open for dine-in services.

Jacoby’s Mercantile
Jacoby’s Mercantile
Jacoby’s

Kendra Scott

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The notable jewelry designer opened up a flagship shop on South Congress, which is rounded out by a full-on cafe. Sips & Sweets serves up coffee, wine, frosé, and pastries from local women businesses like Tiny Pies, La Patisserie, and Cookie Rich. Orders are placed in person; the shop is open for in-person services.

Macarons at Kendra Scott’s shop
Macarons at Kendra Scott’s shop
Kendra Scott

Tiny Grocer

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The shelves of the newer boutique market on South Congress is full of every possible food-related gift around, from pantry items, cocktail syrups and bitters, to housewares, plus the deli slings sandwiches, breakfast items, and salads, along with coffee and vegan soft serve. Food can be ordered in person; the shop is open for in-person services.

Tiny Grocer’s retail shelves
Tiny Grocer’s retail shelves
Mackenzie Smith Kelley

Garden Seventeen

Plants make for life-long presents and the Highland garden store and nursery includes an on-site coffee truck. 604 Coffee serves up a variety of espresso drinks as well as apple ciders and gluten-free and vegan baked goods from Zucchini Kill. Orders can be placed online or in person.

Epicerie

Epicerie
Epicerie
Epicerie

The charming cafe and grocery serves up Louisiana-French dishes while also stocking great retail products such as soaps, jams, Rancho Gordon beans, tea towels, and bottles of wine. Orders can be placed online or in person; the restaurant is open for dine-in service.

Epicerie
Epicerie
Epicerie

Dai Due

The butcher shop and restaurant sells its amazing house-made condiments, like chipotle sambal, seasonings, and mustards, alongside local coffee and honey, cookbooks (including owner and chef Jesse Griffiths’ own tomes), and soaps. Orders can be placed online or in person; the restaurant is open for dine-in service.

Swedish Hill

The Clarksville restaurant and bakery features a little market section full of bottles of wine, packaged dried pastas, various jarred and canned foods, utensils, and more. Orders can be placed in person; the restaurant is open for dine-in services.

BookPeople Cafe

Caffeine up while shopping for books at the local downtown Austin bookstore armed with baked goods and sandwiches from BookPeople’s cafe. Orders can be placed online or in person; the store is open for in-person shopping.

Walton's Fancy and Staple

Plants at Walton’s
Plants at Walton’s
Walton’s

Grab a plate of hearty food and a cup of coffee while browsing succulents, flowers, and candles at the downtown deli. Orders can be placed online or in person; the restaurant is open for dine-in services.

Plants at Walton’s
Plants at Walton’s
Walton’s

Salt & Time

Salt & Time
Salt & Time
Salt & Time

Austin's other great butcher shop and restaurant in East Austin offers everything from its own charcuterie to Confituras jam to rice to tinned fish. Orders can be placed online or in person; the restaurant is open for dine-in services. There’s also its two-doors-down wine shop that sells retail items, cookbooks, and, naturally, bottles of wine.

Salt & Time
Salt & Time
Salt & Time

Jacoby's Restaurant & Mercantile

Jacoby’s Mercantile
Jacoby’s Mercantile
Jacoby’s

After or before or even during your brunch or dinner at Jacoby’s, pop into the next-door Mercantile where you can find goods like home decor, jewelry, candles, and even glass and plateware from the restaurant itself. Orders can be placed in person; the restaurant is open for dine-in services.

Jacoby’s Mercantile
Jacoby’s Mercantile
Jacoby’s

Kendra Scott

Macarons at Kendra Scott’s shop
Macarons at Kendra Scott’s shop
Kendra Scott

The notable jewelry designer opened up a flagship shop on South Congress, which is rounded out by a full-on cafe. Sips & Sweets serves up coffee, wine, frosé, and pastries from local women businesses like Tiny Pies, La Patisserie, and Cookie Rich. Orders are placed in person; the shop is open for in-person services.

Macarons at Kendra Scott’s shop
Macarons at Kendra Scott’s shop
Kendra Scott

Tiny Grocer

Tiny Grocer’s retail shelves
Tiny Grocer’s retail shelves
Mackenzie Smith Kelley

The shelves of the newer boutique market on South Congress is full of every possible food-related gift around, from pantry items, cocktail syrups and bitters, to housewares, plus the deli slings sandwiches, breakfast items, and salads, along with coffee and vegan soft serve. Food can be ordered in person; the shop is open for in-person services.

Tiny Grocer’s retail shelves
Tiny Grocer’s retail shelves
Mackenzie Smith Kelley

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