Teal House Coffee & Bakery opening South Congress brick and mortar in Austin Jan. 30

Teal House Coffee & Bakery’s menu includes items such as the cinnamon roll croissant. (Courtesy Teal House Coffee & Bakery)
Teal House Coffee & Bakery’s menu includes items such as the cinnamon roll croissant. (Courtesy Teal House Coffee & Bakery)

Teal House Coffee & Bakery’s menu includes items such as the cinnamon roll croissant. (Courtesy Teal House Coffee & Bakery)

South Austin-based food truck Teal House Coffee & Bakery will be bringing its cinnamon rolls and sweet baked treats to a new South Congress Avenue storefront Jan. 30, according to a news release by the company.

Teal House Coffee & Bakery’s menu includes kolaches, croissants, sticky buns, pies and its signature cinnamon rolls, which can be ordered individually, as a half dozen or a full dozen. Teal House will also offer coffee and espresso drinks made with Austin-based Medici Roasting beans, according to the news release.


Located at 2304 S. Congress Ave., Austin, the coffeehouse will be the first brick and mortar for the business, which is owned by Lance Phillips. The location will have no on-site dining to start due to COVID-19 safety precautions, but it will be offering curbside pickup and takeout service through a pickup window.

Teal House Coffee & Bakery’s food truck is located at 1716 E. Slaughter Lane, Austin. 832-577-4336. www.tealhouse.co