Cuisine Type: Baked goods
Most popular offering: Cakes, cupcakes, cookies, cake pops
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Number of Tables: 1?5
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Pro Tip: Try one of our free samples before making your choice from our rotating selection of treats.
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
Our menu is completely customizable. Sweet treats are typically associated with past special occasions, so we strive to recreate the nostalgia for each customer.
D?cor can say a lot about the type of food a restaurant serves. How does your d?cor inform or reflect your culinary practice?
Our festive and light-colored walls are playful. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow for natural light inside, and our outdoor patio provides a fun alternative.
What?s the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer?
We love to hear that our treats are the best that our customers have ever had.
Cups & Cones' cozy mom-and-pop café welcomes visitors into a stress-free world of colorful ice cream, flaky fresh-baked pastries, and ciabatta sandwiches stuffed with turkey, cheese, and tomato. Cool teal walls and warm light from orange glass fixtures surround guests as they much on caesar salads and sip fruit smoothies, while shiny glass display cases house golden brown danishes and sugar-dusted pastries. Lunch and dinner guests sink their teeth into toasty paninis, press-grilled to give the cheese a gooey texture and allow for easy mailing to loved ones.
The stunning Omni Barton Creek Resort and Spa deserves the many accolades it regularly receives. Set in the natural Texas Hill Country landscape, this golf resort and luxury spa property covers 4,000 secluded acres west of Austin that includes four championship golf courses, the full-service Three Springs Spa and the 309-room luxury hotel. Guest rooms are stylishly appointed with casual elegance, and all offer great views of the spectacular grounds. Four top-notch dining options onsite and meeting/event facilities are available to guests, but the real draw here is the golf. Fairways abut cliffs and waterfalls, and wildlife is abundant in the natural surroundings. The spa offers many specialty treatments using locally-sourced ingredients, and the gourmet dining here is a real pleasure.
After being widowed in 1982, Ruby Lorraine Feagan, better known as Tootie, began supporting her family one pie at a time, building her reputation as she won a succession of baking contests throughout Texas hill country. Investor Don Merrill came into the fold after reading a flattering article in Southern Living magazine and subsequently tasting one of Tootie's crusty, buttery, 6-pound apple pies. Today, Tootie and her daughter continue to ensure the quality of Tootie Pie Co. Gourmet Caf?'s 13 signature pie flavors ? which also include lemon velvet, coconut supreme, and the Rachael Ray?praised pumpkin pie ? as they're carefully crafted and delivered to customers' homes nationwide. The bakery's burgeoning fame has extended to the Food Network's Kid in a Candy Store, which featured Tootie's pie-on-a-stick, slices of signature desserts skewered and dipped in chocolate.
Inside Tootie's caf?, the menu of gourmet sandwiches includes sweet chicken salad with red grapes and pecans and italian grilled chicken panini with roasted red pepper and pesto or chipotle mayo. Sips of house coffee and espresso-based Milan mochas clear palates between bites better than vigorously shaking them Etch A Sketch?style.
The NibNobs Sweet Co. specializes in tantalizing treats that make even the most stubborn individuals sweet. Our moist cake and creamy frosting come together in a way that creates that often needed "o" moment. Nestled under a chocolate shell, these cool confectioneries will have you wanting more...so just indulge!
What started as a tragedy eventually became a chance at a new beginning for the owners of New Awlins Cafe. After Hurricane Katrina, the family of bakers that owned the caf? for more than 20 years found their business underwater, both literally and figuratively. So they decided to pack up and move to Austin, where they could share their sweet and savory New Orleans-style pies with a whole new crowd. Their specialty is the pecan pie, but their gooey blackberry pie and decadent cream cheese pie are also fan favorites. When it comes to their savory pies, they don't use run-of-the-mill vegetables and meats. Instead, they fill crusts with New Orleans staples such as crab, crawfish, and shrimp, and occasionally alligator, which tastes a lot like chicken according to most people and even better than chicken according to most farm-raised birds.