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Meet Mozart’s People: Colton Massey

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.

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Meet McKenna: Musician, Rower, and Iced Green Tea Lover

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.

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Closer Than Ever: A Mozart’s Story

If you’re learning one thing through these stories, it’s that Mozart’s is a special place with rich history. 25 years of innovation, growth, lights, bakery items, coffee, and most importantly — stories.

Marian reached out to us on Instagram to tell us the story of her and her friend and what Mozart’s means to them and their friendship.

One day, Marian and Karina were bored in Austin. They weren’t locals and hit a lull in their adventures for the day. She decided to google coffee and Mozart’s was the first place that popped up!

“We loved it so much and the atmosphere was so awesome we started driving 40 minutes from San Marcos every week or so just to hang out by the water, sip on an iced latte, and listen to some live music.” – Marian

Marian told us that these little trips have led to the two of them being closer than ever <3

Check them out below!

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