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The CBD-infused waffles from Kinda Tropical
The CBD-infused waffles from Kinda Tropical
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8 Austin Restaurants Serving CBD-Infused Foods

Where to consume the semi-legal, (supposedly) calming supplement in waffles, coffee, and more

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The CBD-infused waffles from Kinda Tropical
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Despite CBD’s not-fully legal status in Texas and other states, the cannabidiol has exploded onto the food scene. The supplement does not make you high, but supposedly has anti-anxiety and anti-inflammatory effects, though research in these areas is extremely limited and no one really knows the proper dosage.

For those who choose to partake in CBD, it’s available in many forms around Austin, showing up in juices, coffee, ice cream, and baked goods. Those looking for savory options are relatively out of luck, apart from Cuvee Coffee’s CBD options or the more veggie-focused juices from Juiceland.

In terms of sweets, there’s a specialty flavor at alcohol-infused ice cream shop Prohibition Creamery (though this flavor is booze-free, as it’s illegal to mix the two) or add CBD to any flavor at vegan Nada Moo’s scoop shop. For a more filling snack, try the CBD waffle at reopened Kinda Tropical or the baked goods at CBD shop Flamingo Hemp.

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Both locations of the Parkside Group’s juice bar have CBD as an optional add-in to any juice.

Juices from Jugo
Juices from Jugo
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Flamingo Hemp

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Flamingo Cantina opened its CBD coffee and bakery this year, which opens directly onto Sixth Street. It serves pastries from Keep Austin Baked that use Flamingo’s CBD oil.

Flamingo Hemp’s storefront
Flamingo Hemp’s storefront
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JuiceLand

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The local juice chain with over 25 locations in Austin has long had CBD as an add-in to any juice or smoothie.

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The Restart CBD bowl, named after local CBD brand Restart CBD, is a fruit explosion with a blend of mango, banana, pineapple, spinach, and almond milk, that’s topped with hemp granola, raspberries, mangoes, kiwis, and honey.

The Restart CBD bowl from Blenders & Bowls
The Restart CBD bowl from Blenders & Bowls
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Prohibition Creamery

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Boozy ice cream shop Prohibition Creamery tries its hand at another once-forbidden ingredient with a red velvet cake flavor that has CBD and is swirled with cream cheese frosting. It was originally a Valentine’s Day flavor but has stuck around.

Prohibition Creamery’s ice cream with CBD
Prohibition Creamery’s ice cream with CBD
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Cuvee Coffee Bar

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The east side coffee shop has two options for CBD: it’s pre-mixed into some cans of cold brew, or can be added to any drink.

Cuvee Coffee’s coffees
Cuvee Coffee’s coffees
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Kinda Tropical

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Under new chef John Clark DiCicco (formerly of Olamaie), the freshly reopened Kinda Tropical has a revamped menu that includes a waffle with CBD. It’s even gluten-free.

Kinda Tropical’s CBD-infused waffle
Kinda Tropical’s CBD-infused waffle
Kinda Tropical [Official]

NadaMoo! Scoop Shop

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Vegan ice cream experts Nada Moo have two coconut milkshakes with CBD (which can also be added to any scoop, shake, or cone). The Strawberry Shortcake shake uses CBD strawberry sauce, while the Southern Hospitality has peach cobbler ice cream, bourbon caramel, and CBD.

Shakes from Nada Moo
Shakes from Nada Moo
Nada Moo/Facebook

Jugo

Both locations of the Parkside Group’s juice bar have CBD as an optional add-in to any juice.

Juices from Jugo
Juices from Jugo
Jugo/Facebook

Flamingo Hemp

Flamingo Cantina opened its CBD coffee and bakery this year, which opens directly onto Sixth Street. It serves pastries from Keep Austin Baked that use Flamingo’s CBD oil.

Flamingo Hemp’s storefront
Flamingo Hemp’s storefront
Flamingo Hemp/Facebook

JuiceLand

The local juice chain with over 25 locations in Austin has long had CBD as an add-in to any juice or smoothie.

Blenders and Bowls

The Restart CBD bowl, named after local CBD brand Restart CBD, is a fruit explosion with a blend of mango, banana, pineapple, spinach, and almond milk, that’s topped with hemp granola, raspberries, mangoes, kiwis, and honey.

The Restart CBD bowl from Blenders & Bowls
The Restart CBD bowl from Blenders & Bowls
Shayda Torabi

Prohibition Creamery

Boozy ice cream shop Prohibition Creamery tries its hand at another once-forbidden ingredient with a red velvet cake flavor that has CBD and is swirled with cream cheese frosting. It was originally a Valentine’s Day flavor but has stuck around.

Prohibition Creamery’s ice cream with CBD
Prohibition Creamery’s ice cream with CBD
Prohibition Creamery/Facebook

Cuvee Coffee Bar

The east side coffee shop has two options for CBD: it’s pre-mixed into some cans of cold brew, or can be added to any drink.

Cuvee Coffee’s coffees
Cuvee Coffee’s coffees
Cuvee Coffee/Facebook

Kinda Tropical

Under new chef John Clark DiCicco (formerly of Olamaie), the freshly reopened Kinda Tropical has a revamped menu that includes a waffle with CBD. It’s even gluten-free.

Kinda Tropical’s CBD-infused waffle
Kinda Tropical’s CBD-infused waffle
Kinda Tropical [Official]

NadaMoo! Scoop Shop

Vegan ice cream experts Nada Moo have two coconut milkshakes with CBD (which can also be added to any scoop, shake, or cone). The Strawberry Shortcake shake uses CBD strawberry sauce, while the Southern Hospitality has peach cobbler ice cream, bourbon caramel, and CBD.

Shakes from Nada Moo
Shakes from Nada Moo
Nada Moo/Facebook

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