Looking for a good coffee shop in Austin to be productive? Check out our 12 favorite Austin Coffee Shops to get work done! Find local shops with plenty of plugs, delicious coffee, and the perfect atmosphere. Whether you’re studying for a final or have a deadline coming up at work, we have you covered!
Every UT student knows about the one on Guad, but you may not know about the three others on South Lamar, Congress, and West Lynn. Check them out below!
South Lamar Medici: Rarely crowded with plenty of tables & plugs. Free retail parking available!
Congress Medici: Rarely crowded with plenty of tables & plugs. Parking is a struggle since you are downtown, but the many nearby food options is a bonus. However, they close relatively early!
West Lynn Medici: Limited parking and plugs, but I love how this looks like a little house!
Hours: 7am – 7pm at the Congress location
6am – 8pm at the West Lynn location
7am – 8pm at the South Lamar location
7am – 10pm at the Guadalupe location
Pro: Colorful upbeat environment, tons of tables and plugs available. Wifi is incredibly strong and I have never had trouble finding parking. Also love that they serve both beer and coffee!
Con: Usually a little louder, if you need a quiet place to work then this is not your best bet
Hours: 7am – midnight every day
Apanas Coffee House
Pro: Plenty of tables/plugs available and rarely ever packed, great place for group work! Usually more on the quiet side too
Con: Right on SoCo which makes parking harder to find, also farther from UT
Hours: 7am – 10pm on weekdays, but only untill 8pm on weekends
Cenote Coffee House
Pro: Lots of seating available, delicious breakfast burritos, both indoor and outdoor seating, gives you a small house vibe!
Con: Outlets not at every table and tables with outlets fill quickly, not great for group work, closes early on Sunday
Hours: 7am – 10pm most days, but closes at 4pm on Sunday
Wright Bros Brew and Brew
Pro: Cute environment, serves plenty of food and beer options as well, and more on the quiet side, decent parking
Con: Small tables so not great for groups, gets full quickly on weekends
Hours: 8am – midnight
Mozarts Coffee Roosters
Pro: Studying right by the water (my favorite!), tons of food and snack options, open later, indoor and outdoor seating
Con: Tables with plugs fill up quickly if you do not get there early, wifi can be very slow when it gets busy
Hours: 7am to midnight (1am on weekends)
Figure 8 Coffee Purveyors
Pro: Plenty of tables and plugs available, includes bigger tables for group work, normally quiet and rarely crowded
Con: Not open as late, not located near anything else (like food options), street parking can be iffy
Hours: 7am – 10pm daily
Pro: No free wifi which stops you from getting distracted, perfect place to get reading done, tons of comfortable seating available, cutest environment to work in, delicious coffee, tons of parking
Con: NO WIFI AVAILABLE, farther from UT campus, a little on the louder side
Hours: 7am to midnight (3am on weekends)
Seventh Flag Coffee
Pro: Plenty of seating and plugs available, even more seating outside, cute environment, not usually packed
Con: Closes earlier in the day, farther from UT campus
Hours: 7am – 7pm
Cherrywood Coffee House
Pro: Offers delicious taco options, tons of tables available, indoor and outdoor seating, great for group or individual work, rarely crowded, also their chocolate chip cookies are delicious
Con: Parking lot is smaller and will fill up fast, outside tables do not have a ton of plugs
Hours: 7am to midnight every day
Monkey Nest Coffee
Pro: Open all day every day for all-nighters, plenty of food options, parking easy to find
Con: Will get more crowded around UT finals time, harder to find a table or a plug
Hours: 24 hours
Pro: Open all day every day for all-nighters, plenty of parking in private lot, plenty of tables available
Con: Not as many plugs available, will get more crowded around UT finals time
Hours: 24 hours
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