Every year since its inception in 2009, Mozart’s has presented the public with a custom-designed set, not unlike what is typically seen on the Broadway stage. Each year the set is more extravagant than the year before.Continue reading
It’s about that time for a new Seasonal Coffee Release (or two!) to get us all in the holiday spirit.
As you may or may not know, we roast our coffee IN HOUSE in our on campus roasting room. If you haven’t seen it yet, but sure to stop by next time. Maybe you’ll be lucky enough to smell the delicious coffee being roasted.Continue reading
As you may or may not know, September 28th is National Coffee Day! So, of course we are celebrating. If you come by Mozart’s any time on Sunday, September 28th, you will be greeted with $1 double espresso shots, buy 1 pound of coffee and get a 1/2 pound of coffee free deals, and an amazing giveaway with our friends at Packed Party.Continue reading
Here at Mozart’s, we care about more than just our incredible coffee and delicious desserts. We care about you and your memorable experience!
Our place is one of a kind. Something you hardly come by in Austin nowadays. We have a little indoor seating, but mainly an entire deck full of outdoor seating for you to sit with friends/families and escape the hustle and bustle of downtown. There’s something so serene about being by the lake!Continue reading
Meet Emily DiFranco! From shift supervisor to night manager — Emily is always helping out around our places any way she can. She is a basically our local Austin music hero in the coffee realm.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
After quite some time of dreaming and designing, we finally have the finished product of our NEW printed coffee bags!
Since the beginning of Mozart’s time, we have been roasting coffee in house. Just read back a few stories here on our site and you’ll learn the rich history of our in-house coffee roaster!Continue reading
Mozart’s has unveiled a new line of non-alcoholic craft beverages heading into fall. Our list of new drinks will be: the Ginger-Snap Mocha, the Fig-ured it Out Cold Brew, the Pineapple-Grapefruit Karkade, the Almond Limonata, and the Taste of the Tropics. Each of these drinks was designed with a craft beverage industry trend in mind through a collaborative effort involving both Liber & Co. Essential Cocktail Syrups and Mozart’s Coffee Roasters.
Liber & Co. is a craft syrup creator from right here in Austin. Since its inception in late 2011, Liber & Co. has been owned and operated by three college friends (UT grads)!Continue reading
As you know, Mozart’s is known for many things, one being that we roast our coffee in house. On any given day that you step foot on our lakeside abode, you will find the original roaster in the roasting room right outside our front doors!
What you probably didn’t know is where we keep all of our green beans. First of all, green beans aren’t the ones you eat for dinner. What we mean by green beans are the coffee beans we have that are in their natural state aka before roasting.
Our Head Roaster, Jack Ranstrom, takes a trip to our off-site storage unit 3 TIMES A WEEK to pick up fresh green beans! That’s a lot of coffee. Jack says, “In storage we keep about three months worth of coffee which is 10,000 Green pounds that I have to personally inventory batch out of and re-load every few weeks.”Continue reading
McKenna Michels has quite the story. You can find her playing music almost every weekend at Mozart’s, but her journey to get there was more a leap of faith. Here is what McKenna has to say about facing her fears and doing something she has never done before.
“I have two special experiences at Mozart’s. The first is when I met Stacey (one of the owners of Mozart’s Coffee Roasters). I am a musician and had never performed. I had about 3 songs written and wanted to start doing something with them. I had seen music at Mozart’s before and knew it was similar to my sound. So the Saturday before Mother’s Day 2019 I went in and asked how I could play, which was a major leap of faith for me. Stacey listened to my nervous pitch and took the chance to listen to my music. She responded “how about tomorrow?”. For me, this moment was special because it was a major milestone for me to gain the confidence to perform. Mozart’s took a chance on me from day one and gave me the chance to start following my dreams.“Continue reading