Juan Pelota Café in Austin

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Stumptown
Food Breakfast tacos, bagels, and pastries. Smoothies and tea too
Seating Capacity 34
Outside Seating 16
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables
Keywords bike shop, coffee, austin, outdoor, Outdoor Seating, Has Power
Web mellowjohnnys.com/juan-pelota-cafe  

Pro Tips

Great coffee shop in a bike shop. There are some tables with outlets and some outlets under seats. Also some outdoor space if the weather is nice.

  • I have stopped by Juan Pelota for coffee a few times on the weekend, but this is the first time I have worked remotely from this cafe.
    The combination coffee/bike shop is a unique idea, and this cafe seems to be a very popular spot even though there aren’t a ton of food options available. They have a few baked treats, 3 or 4 varieties of boxed sandwiches and some additional snacks (chips/bananas/etc). They also carry breakfast tacos, but only during the morning hours, so unfortunately I missed out on those today. Next time I will try to get here earlier in the day.
    The iced Americano is very good and they have a variety of smoothies on the menu as well.

    This cafe is definitely a hoppin’ spot, so if you need to be on calls regularly, then this is probably not the best place to work unless you plan on muting yourself often. Fortunately, I have only one call today and will be able to step outside for that. Definitely a cool, upbeat spot and I will be back.

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