KO's Cafe expands to offer family-style meals to Dripping Springs community

A photo of meal options from KO's Cafe
KO's Cafe offers prepared family-style meals to the Dripping Springs community. (Courtesy KO's Cafe)

KO's Cafe offers prepared family-style meals to the Dripping Springs community. (Courtesy KO's Cafe)

KO's Cafe, the in-house eatery at Hospital Housekeeping Systems, expanded to offer meals to the wider Dripping Springs community in March.

Operating out of the HHS Home Office at 12495 Silver Creek Road, Dripping Springs, KO's Cafe offers family-style meals for preorder.


The culinary service, named in honor of HHS Culinary founder Keith O'Neil, gathers produce from an on-site garden and seeks sustainable meats and produce from local sources, according to representatives from KO's. Menu options include pizza, salad, entrees, sides and desserts.

KO's accepts orders via Facebook Messenger or email at gregt@hhs1.com.
By Olivia Aldridge
Olivia is the reporter for Community Impact's Southwest Austin edition. She graduated from Presbyterian College with a bachelor's degree in English and creative writing in 2017. Olivia was a reporter and producer at South Carolina Public Radio in Columbia, South Carolina before joining Community Impact in Austin.


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