Flightpath in Austin

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Few Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Alcohol Beer, Wine
Food Pizza, Sandwiches, Pastries
Seating Capacity 40+
Outside Seating 4
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables
Keywords Has Food, Alcohol, Has Power
Web www.flightpathcoffeehouse.com  

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Noise level is quiet in back, louder in the front but not obtrusive. Large menu selection of food items made fresh by local vendors and brought in daily. For long term parking, park in front of the cafe, behind the building in the alley lot, on Duval N of 51st or on the residential streets surrounding the cafe.

  • Yep this place is a favorite! Coffee is good (try the New Orleans Iced…yum!). Lots of options for snacks and meals even though they don’t have a kitchen. And like Lara said, the girl at the counter is great!
    I really like the noise level too. Nice music playing at just the right level for ambiance. It’s quiet enough to concentrate but not to the point where you feel like you can’t talk to your coworkers or take phone calls. Perfect!

  • Update…I stayed until around 3pm and the wifi was great the entire time! I will definitely be coming back to work here!

  • Trying this place out for the first time today and so far I’m liking it. Several seating areas (front, back and patio) and outlets for plugging in. The coffee is good (I chose a 1/2 caff iced Americano w/ almond milk) and the Taco Deli breakfast tacos are to die for. So far the internet is working very well at 9am (they have two networks). I will be co-working with friends today, so I look forward to trying one of their lunch options in a few hours.
    The gal behind the counter making the coffee is VERY nice and outgoing. I’m loving the retro vibe of this place as well.

  • Very quiet and looks like your grandmas house. Friendly staff and lots of places to sit. Also, there’s a chair in the bathroom?

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