Irie Bean Coffee in Austin

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Alcohol Beer, Wine, Cocktails
Food pastries, breakfast tacos, GF options
Seating Capacity 30
Outside Seating 20
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Outdoor Seating, Alcohol, Has Power
Web iriebean.com  

Pro Tips

There is an outside area, but it's shared between a few different businesses. Has a bar on patio out back Thurs-Sat after 5pm. There are even power outlets on the outside tables. Parking on main road and available in the shopping center, but it does fill up fast. Bike parking available. Allows you to bring outside food in. Even has Belly reward program and dog friendly with free treats and water.

  • Friday here from 2pm-6pm–it’s been pretty quiet, the internet has been stellar! Gluten Free snack options, which is nice if you’re GF.

  • There are only 6 people in here right now and the internet is a little slow. The coffee is really good!!
    They don’t have many options for food, but East Side King and Chipotle are just next door and they allow you to bring food in. This is a much smaller coffee shop than where I usually work, but it’s nice for a change. I was able to have a phone conversation with a coworker while here without much background noise.

  • Irie gets pretty busy during the daytime so don’t rely on the internet being terribly responsive. I often have to tether in order to get any work done.

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