It’s March Madness at Mozart’s! Between Pi Day, St. Patrick’s Day, SXSW no-more, Spring Break, and the coronavirus — you may be torn between staying home and avoiding any and all interactions, or deciding to live it up during these interesting times. Either way, Mozart’s is here to support you in your decision! There are ways to celebrate with us, sanitize with us, and even get Mozart’s delivered to your home. Read more to find out how!Continue reading
One thing we like to do here at Mozart’s is work with our employees. We give them the flexibility to work full-time, part-time, some time, here and there — whatever works best for them. This is why, if you come often, you may see people for a season, or just on Saturdays, or for a straight year and then never again.Continue reading
Cinnamon Rolls and Coffee is a weekly tradition for local Austinite, Genevieve Watson.
We reached out to Genevieve on Instagram after noticing not only her routine visits to Mozart’s, but also her beautiful post about cinnamon rolls on her instagram page, @genevievewatsonn. If you follow us, you may have even seen her before!Continue reading
To the first gentleman in the door everyday (before we even actually open) that orders a Blueberry Bran Muffin Toasted with two butters warmed up. The sweet woman that brings her own thermal for coffee. To the couple that not only brings their own thermal mug, but orders two Skim Lattes to be poured into them. To the group of men that order the same bagels every time, some even double-toasted!
We love spending our mornings with you.
There’s something about Mozart’s Mornings. They are calm, simple, and relaxing. You wake up with us next to the beautiful, peaceful lake. Freshly brewed coffee in all flavors, hot brewed teas, refreshing ice water, and not to mention —the plethora of breakfast options!Continue reading
Back when our forefathers shouted “… no more taxation without representation”, they were complaining about Britain’s tax on tea. Well, that’s when coffee became our national drink. It wasn’t a fancy Sumatran pour over or a spiced vanilla latte … just simple black coffee drank by colonists acting out their red-blooded, new-found American patriotism. At Valley Forge, holed up for 6 months with no hope in sight, Washington turned our first militiamen into real soldiers that would go on to take back town after town from the British. Those troops were saved from complete starvation on primitive baked goods, what they called firecake – a mix of flour, water, a little bit of salt – baked on rocks in the fire.
So, as we celebrate this 4th of July, toast our country’s birthday with some coffee and cake. It’s a wholly American thing to do.
We think its fitting that on this Independence Day, we’ve been recognized as the Best of the Best for both our Bakery and Coffee Shop. George Washington might not recognize the coffee … or even the cake. But, we’re proud to be an Austin icon for 25 years, remaining fiercely independent along the way. God Bless America.