Kiefer's Cafe & Catering celebrated its 20th anniversary March 11. Co-owners Bill and Cindy Semler opened the cafe in 1996 at 2007 Kramer Lane, Austin. Kiefer's serves sandwiches, salads, soups, burgers and breakfast. The restaurant also offers catering, including box lunches. 512-719-5550. www.kieferscafecatering.com
Anniversaries: Kiefer's Cafe & Catering
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