Bake shop and beer garden Easy Tiger to open in South Austin

Easy Tiger announced Mike Stitt (right) as its news CEO. He will lead the bakery along with founder and head baker David Norman (left). The restaurant will open a location on South Lamar Boulevard in winter 2020. Courtesy Easy Tiger.
Easy Tiger announced Mike Stitt (right) as its news CEO. He will lead the bakery along with founder and head baker David Norman (left). The restaurant will open a location on South Lamar Boulevard in winter 2020. Courtesy Easy Tiger.

Easy Tiger announced Mike Stitt (right) as its news CEO. He will lead the bakery along with founder and head baker David Norman (left). The restaurant will open a location on South Lamar Boulevard in winter 2020. Courtesy Easy Tiger.

3508 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin
Easy Tiger, the beer garden and bake shop, will open a third location at 3508 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin, in the space previously occupied by Red’s Porch, this winter, according to a media release.

The local business has two stand-alone locations—in downtown Austin and at the Linc development—as well as an outpost at Whole Foods in Cedar Park.

The new 15,000-square foot location will feature a beer garden, bake shop, retail market, outdoor patio, bakery classroom, and a view of the greenbelt and Hill Country, per the release.

In addition to the expansion, Easy Tiger announced Mike Stitt, previously of Invisible Ink Tattoo Removers, as its new CEO. Stitt will partner with founder and head baker David Norman to lead the Easy Tiger Team.

The new South Lamar location, designed by Michael Hsu Office of Architecture, is expected to open in winter 2020.


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