LIVE UPDATES: Learn what Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs restaurants are doing to stay open

Shore Raw Bar & Grill (Nicholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)
Shore Raw Bar & Grill (Nicholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)

Shore Raw Bar & Grill (Nicholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)

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SLAB BBQ & Beer (Nicholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Bougie’s Donuts & Coffee (Olivia Lueckemeyer/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Rolling in Thyme and Dough (Olivia Aldridge/Community impact Newspaper)
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Metcalf Barbecue (Olivia Aldridge/Community impact Newspaper)
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The League Kitchen & Tavern (Nicholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Doc’s Backyard (Nicholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The Funkadelic (Taylor Jackson Buchanan/Community impact Newspaper)
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Cafe Malta (Olivia Lueckemeyer/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Cruzteca (Nicholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Spoon + Fork Thai Kitchen (Olivia Aldridge/Community impact Newspaper)
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Maudie’s Hacienda (Nicholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)
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CraigO’s Pizza & Pastaria (Olivia Lueckemeyer/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Southwest Austin restaurants like Cypress Grill—which is now offering delivery service—have continued operations and come up with new ways to serve local customers. (Nicholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)
Community Impact Newspaper is regularly contacting Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs restaurants to learn the latest updates on how they are continuing service to customers as the community as they are forced to halt in-store services due to the coronavirus outbreak. The latest updates can be found below, and information on local restaurants and the services they are offering can also be found on the above map. This list is not comprehensive but will be updated daily.

Readers and business owners can share updates with the Southwest Austin editorial team by emailing swanews@communityimpact.com.

Updated: March 27, 12:25 p.m.

Maudie’s Hacienda

9911 Brodie Lane, Ste. 900, Austin


512-280-8700

www.maudies.com

Five of the seven Maudie’s locations in Austin are still operating and offering to-go and curbside pickup for food and cocktail kits. Orders can be placed by calling the restaurant, and new hours are 10:30 .m.-8:30 p.m. They also launched online ordering for the first time this week, and a GoFundMe to help support laid off employees.

ThunderCloud Subs

1807 Slaughter Lane, Ste. #500, Austin

512-282-2255

3601 William Cannon Drive, Ste. 300, Austin

512-891-6782

598 E. Hwy. 290, Ste. 230, Dripping Springs

512-858-4400

www.thundercloud.com

All locations of ThunderCloud Subs are open for online or call in take-out orders.

Updated: March 23, 9:25 a.m.

Acopon Brewing Company

211 W. Mercer St., Dripping Springs

www.acoponbrewing.com

Acopon Brewing Company is allowing customers to order online, select a pickup time and to pick up cans, kegs and merch curbside. Orders can be placed through this link.

The Git Out Bar and Kitchen

4930 S. Congress Ave., Ste. C-304

512-355-7470

www.thegitout.com

The Git Out is offering its food and drinks for no-contact delivery through Doordash and GrubHub. To-go orders can be placed inside the restaurant, and orders placed as curbside or pickup can also include beer, wine and spirits. The Git Out is also offering family sized specials.

Updated: March 20, 5:30 p.m.

Rolling in Thyme and Dough

333 W. Hwy. 290, Dripping Springs

512-894-0001

www.thymeanddough.com

Rolling in Thyme and Dough is offering takeout, call-in pick up and curbside service, home delivery and orders through Favor.

The Salt Lick BBQ

18300 FM 1826, Driftwood

512-858-4959

www.saltlickbbq.com

The Salt Lick is now offering takeout at both of its locations, taking orders and payments over the phone and curbside pickup. According to the company, wine and beer options are also available for takeout from Salt Lick Cellars.

Jester King Brewery

13187 Fitzhugh Road, Austin

512-661-8736

www.jesterkingbrewery.com

Jester King Brewery is currently offering food, beer and wine for pick up from noon-8 p.m. daily. Orders can be placed online or over the phone. In a blog post, Co-founder Jeffrey Stuffings said the company is in a position where "100% of our revenue is in jeopardy," due to the timing of the coronavirus during the brewery's busiest season of the year, and he does not know how much to-go service will be able to recoup.

Vista Brewing

13551 FM 150, Driftwood

512-766-1842

www.vistabrewingtx.com

The brewery is taking online orders for pickup from 3-7 p.m.

St. Elmo Brewing Co.

440 E. St. Elmo Road, Austin

www.stelmobrewing.com

St. Elmo Brewing Co. is now taking online orders of bottles, crowlers and growlers, while the Soursop food truck on the property is open and taking to-go orders. They have also released a new beer, the Norm!, a Boston lager.

Suds Monkey Brewing

1032-B Canyon Bend Drive, Dripping Springs

512-222-3893

www.sudsmonkeybrew.com

Suds Monkey Brewing is offering beer, pizza and other food for delivery or pickup online.

Last Stand Brewing Company

12345 Pauls Valley Road, Bldg. J, Austin

512-701-8871

www.laststandbrewing.com

The brewery’s taproom is open for beer to-go, six packs crowlers, cases and kegs. Orders can be placed online or over the phone.

Treaty Oak Distilling

16604 Fitzhugh Road, Dripping Springs

512-599-0335

www.treatyoakdistilling.com

Treaty Oak is offering its food, beer, wine, spirits, mixers and cocktail kits to go, and food and wine deliveries to the Dripping Springs area.

Twisted X Brewing Co.

23455 W. RR 150, Dripping Springs

www.twistedxbrewing.com

The brewery will have a pop-up drive through beginning March 21 selling cases and six packs.

Madam Mam’s Thai Cuisine

9911 Brodie Lane, Austin

512-366-5859

www.madammambrodie.com

The restaurant is still taking Call-in and online takeout orders, with delivery though Doordash and Favor.

Waterloo Ice House

9600 Escarpment Blvd., Austin

512-301-1007

www.waterlooicehouse.com

Waterloo is offering takeout and curbside, with delivery through Favor at all locations.

Original post: March 19, 4:33 p.m.

Crema Bakery & Café

9001 Brodie Lane, Ste. B3, Austin

512-282-1300

www.cremabakerycafe.com

In response to local school closures, Crema Bakery & Café began March 16 offering a free bag lunch to anyone who needs a meal during spring break. The business gave out about 100 free lunches over the first three days and is accepting donations to support the lunches on Venmo @cremabakery. Crema is also still open for curbside pickup and to-go orders.

Bougie's Donuts & Coffee

5400 Brodie Lane, Ste. 930, Sunset Valley

512-382-1617

www.bougiesdonuts.com

The business has launched Bougie’s-2-U, which will sell coffee and preboxed half-dozens of donuts out of their delivery van as it drives around the South Austin Area.The Sunset Valley store’s full coffee bar is also open for carryout orders, and curbside pickup is available for preboxed half-dozen orders of donuts.

Doc’s Backyard

5207 Brodie Lane, Ste. 100, Sunset Valley

512-892-5200

www.eatdrinkdocs.com

All non-appetizer and wing dishes are currently $9.99, and with each purchase, $1 will be donated directly to a Doc’s team member. The restaurant is offering curbside and patio pickup, as well as delivery though Uber Eats, GrubHub and Favor. Starting March 19, they will also be selling $1 margaritas and select beers for $2 to-go.

Sunset Valley Farmers Market

3200 Jones Road, Austin

https://sustainablefoodcenter.org/latest/blog/sfc-farmers-markets-and-covid-19

The market will remain open on its typical schedule on Saturday mornings from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., according to an email by the Sustainable Food Center, which is the event’s organizer. The market will be changed to remove cafe seating and cancel all events alongside the market, while booths will be spaced apart, and hand sanitizer will be at each booth.

Cafe Malta

3421 W. William Cannon Drive, Austin

512-853-9584

www.cafemaltaaustin.com/tdf

Curbside pickup orders can be placed by calling the restaurant, and delivery is available through third-party apps. Cafe Malta in a post on social media also said the restaurant will start offering sauces, dressings, condiments, spice blends and family-sized portions of lasagna for pickup or delivery.

Spokesman Coffee

440 E. Saint Elmo Road, Ste. A2, Austin

512-586-9657

www.spokesmancoffee.com

Spokesman has temporarily closed its cafe at The Yard. However, Spokesman has set up an online store to purchase bags of coffee, merch, beer, wine and cider for pickup at the store. They have also started a virtual “tip jar” on Venmo @spokesman for those interested in supporting the staff further.

Cypress Grill

4404 W. William Cannon Drive, Ste. L, Austin

512-358-7447

www.cypressgrill.net

Cypress Grill Crawfish Boils have been canceled until at least May, but curbside pickup is being offered for regular menu items. Cypress Grill has also started to offer delivery and is allowing customers to pay over the phone so that food can be left at the doorstep. Orders can be placed by calling the restaurant.

Satellite...Eat Drink Orbit

5900 W Slaughter Lane, Ste. 400, Austin

512-288-9984

www.satelliteatx.com

The restaurant is offering curbside pickup and delivery for call-in orders and is open from 5-9 p.m. On March 19, Satellite will be offering 50% off bottles of wine and alcoholic beverage deliveries.

Stouthaus Coffee Pub

4715 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 102, Sunset Valley

512-721-0030

www.stouthauscoffee.com

Stouthaus is offering coffee, tea and food for to-go service Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sat.-Sun. 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Also, all gift cards purchased for Stauthaus will directly support the coffee pub’s staff, according to a post by the company.

Vincent’s Sports Pub

8916 Brodie Lane, Ste. 100, Austin

512-291-2845

www.vincentssportspub.com

Vincent’s Sports Pub announced via a March 17 Facebook post that its regular menu is now available for curbside pickup to call-in orders.

Brick’s Pub

1807 W. Slaughter Lane, Ste. 100, Austin

512-494-5239

Brick’s Pub announced via Facebook that the eatery’s full menu remains available for call-ahead and carryout orders.

Metcalf Barbecue (formerly Do Rite Barbecue at Graceland)

8600 W. Hwy. 290, Austin

512-792-9778

According to a March 19 news release, the restaurant is offering curbside pickup Thu.-Sun. noon-6 p.m. Orders can be called in to the restaurant directly, or customers can order through Favor, DoorDash and Uber Eats. Their menu can be found here.

Casa Garcia’s

1901 W. William Cannon Drive, Austin

512-441-9504

www.casagarcias.net

All six locations are open as of March 18 during regular operating hours for both to-go and curbside pickup. The restaurant will be introducing online ordering this weekend, according to CFO Jose L. Arellano Jr.

Cane Rosso

4715 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 103, Sunset Valley

512-904-0534

www.canerosso.com

The restaurant is offering to-go, curbside pickup and delivery service through Uber Eats or EZ Cater. It will also be taking $5 off delivery orders of $20 or more on Uber Eats through March 24.

Carve American Grille

7415 Southwest Parkway, Austin

512-792-4450

www.carveamericangrille.com

Carve American Grille is offering curbside pickup of two- and three-course meals. The restaurant’s butcher room is also open for curbside pickup of cooked or raw steaks.

Wholy Bagel

4404 W. William Cannon Drive, Austin

512-899-0200

www.wholybagelatx.com

The business will remain open. It will be taking to-go orders at the counter and over the phone and is working on setting up online ordering, according to an email.

El Chilito

4501 Menchaca Road, Austin

512-369-3518

www.elchilito.com

El Chilito is currently taking orders for delivery or pickup online or by calling in.

Cuba512

6800 Westgate Blvd., Ste. 112, Austin

512-382-1022

www.cuba512.com

The restaurant is offering curbside pickup and delivery from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. with deals on delivery.

District Kitchen + Cocktails

5900 W. Slaughter Lane, Ste. D, Austin

512-351-8436

www.districtaustin.com

District Kitchen + Cocktails is offering select menu items through curbside pick p or delivery through Favor or DoorDash, including bottles of wine. Orders can be placed on their website.

SLAB BBQ & Beer

7101 W. Hwy. 71, Ste. E1, Austin

512-243-8000

www.realdopebbq.com

Curbside pickup is available, and delivery is being offered through Favor. SLAB’s new hours of operation are Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. and Sun. 11 a.m.- 6 p.m.

Galaxy Cafe

9911 Brodie Lane, Austin

512-233-6000

www.galaxycafeaustin.com

All Galaxy Cafe locations are offering curbside service on call-ahead and online orders.

Spoon + Fork Thai Kitchen

166 Hargraves Drive, Ste. B200, Austin

512-599-5428

www.spoonandforkkitchen.com

Spoon + Fork announced on its Facebook page that its full menu remains available for to-go orders. The restaurant has also launched a delivery service.

Mazama Coffee Co.

301 Mercer St., Dripping Springs

512-200-6472

www.mazamacoffee.com

Mazama continues to offer to-go orders, including special features, such as ready-to-bake cookie dough, and has launched a mobile ordering service.

CraigO’s Pizza & Pastaria

11215 S. I-35, Austin

512-282-7499

www.craigositalian.com/onion-creek

4970 W. Hwy. 290, Ste. 460, Austin

512-891-7200

www.craigositalian.com/southwest

The restaurant chain is open for pickup or delivery service of call-in or online orders.

Shore Raw Bar & Grill

8665 W. Hwy. 71, Ste. 100, Austin

512-618-6400

www.shoreatx.com

Shore has curbside pickup every day from 11 a.m.-8 p.m., with food, wine, beer, cocktails and gift cards available.

The Funkadelic

4715 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 101 A, Sunset Valley

512-975-3264

www.thefunkadelic.com

Open for curbside pick-up by calling in and deliveries through Uber Eats and Favor from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

Austin Java

3799 W. Hwy. 290, Dripping Springs

512-829-5314

5404 Menchaca Road, Austin

512-580-2606

www.austinjava.com

Austin Java is filling carry-out orders and curbside pickup for call-ahead orders.

Tucci's SouthSide Subs

801 East William Cannon Drive, Austin

512-440-1850

7101 W Highway 71, Austin

512-228-7414

www.southsidesubsaustin.com

Both Tucci's locations are open for take-out, curbside and delivery orders, with first time orders getting 10% off. Orders can be placed online, over the phone or in-person at a store.

Cruzteca

5207 Brodie Lane, Ste. 125, Sunset Valley

512-291-7726

www.cruzteca.com

Cruzteca is offering carry out, curbside and call in orders and is working to add online ordering in the future.

Backspin Sports Bar

5000 W. Slaughter Lane, Ste. 206, Austin

512-282-9206

165 Hargraves Drive, Ste. P100, Austin

512-518-3033

www.backspinsportsbar.com

Both Backspin locations are open for carryout orders from noon-8 p.m.

The Little Darlin'

6507 S. Circle Road, Austin

512-814-0999

www.thelittledarlin.com

The restaurant is offering pick up and to-go orders. On March 19 began offering liquor, beer six-packs and wine with the purchase of food.

The Green Mesquite Barbeque & More

9900 S. I-35, Austin

512-282-7100

www.greenmesquitebbq.com

The restaurant is serving barbecue to pick up or for delivery orders on its website or by calling.

Rusty Cannon Pub

730 W. Stassney Lane, Ste. 120, Austin

512-494-5271

www.rustycannonpubaustin.com

Rusty Cannon Pub is still open for takeout and delivery through Uber Eats.

The League Kitchen & Tavern

166 Hargraves Drive, Ste. B300, Dripping Springs

512-595-7477

www.leaguekitchen.com

The League has started offering pickup and delivery from noon-8 p.m. It is also offering $10 bonus cards for every $50 gift card purchased.

pieous

166 Hargraves Drive, Bldg. H, Dripping Springs

www.facebook.com/Pieous/

The restaurant has set up online ordering and pickup through http://squareup.com/store/pieous.

Flores Mexican Restaurant

4625 W. William Cannon Drive, Austin

512-892-4845

www.floresmexican.com

All four locations are open for to-go orders or curbside pickup. Gift cards are also now available for purchase online.

Crepe Crazy

660B W. Hwy. 290, Austin

512-524-3198

www.crepecrazy.com

Crepe Crazy is serving takeout, curbside and delivery through Grubhub, Favor and Uber Eats.

Texican Cafe

11940 Manchaca Road, Austin

512-282-9094

www.texicancafe.com

All 4 Austin locations are offering to-go and curbside service from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5 p.m.-8 p.m.

Hyde Park Bar & Grill

4521 West Gate Blvd., Austin

512-899-2700

www.hpbng.com

The restaurant has started offering curbside pickup and delivery.

Austin Pizza Garden

6266 W. Hwy. 290, Austin

512-891-9980

www.apgatx.com

The pizza garden is open for call-in and carryout, and also offers canned beer and bottles of wine for sale.

Full English

2000 Southern Oaks Drive, Austin

512-240-2748

www.fullenglishfood.com

Full English is still open for pickup orders and delivery using Uber Eats, Postmates and Favor.

Mariana's Kitchen Restaurant

5510 I-35, Ste. 400, Austin

512-382-2105

Mariana's Kitchen Restaurant is open for to-go orders, and has new hours Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-9 p.m. and Sun. 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Delivery is also being offered for a $3 charge from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Seoul Restaurant & D.K. Sushi

6400 S. First St., Ste. C, Austin

512-326-5807

www.dksushi.com/south

Seoul Restaurant & D.K. Sushi is currently offering takeout only, with delivery coming soon.

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