Austin Travel Guide

Austin MuralWelcome to Austin, fellow financial aid administrators!

In alignment with our commitment to diversity and inclusion, in partnership with VisitAustin.org, we have compiled this list of multicultural and minority owned businesses in the city of Austin for your reference. 

Food & Drink

Abo Youssef Fat City Stacks Neighbors Dog Park
Anything's Baked Potato Fierce Whiskers Distillery & Tasting Room NG Cafe
Arlo Grey (LINE) Fil N’ Viet Patika Wine and Coffee (South Lamar)
Asahi Imports (South) Fukumoto Pitchfork Pretty
Baby Greens Gabriela's Downtown Poindexter Confections
Banana Island Lounge and Grill Gati Qi Austin
Bao'd Up Gelateria Gemelli Sassy's Vegetarian Soul Food
Bird Bird Biscuit Genuine Joe Coffeehouse Sazan Ramen
Biru Cocina Peruana Grizzelda's Seareinas
Bombay Dhaba Hana World Market Shirley’s Trini Cuisine
Burgerlicious Hecho En Mexico Shortie's Pizza & Grinders
C.L. Butaud Wines Hoover's Cooking Slab BBQ & Beer
Carabao Express Jacoby's Restaurant & Mercantile Smokin Beauty
Central District Brewing Jo's Coffee Song La
Chi'lantro BBQ (South Lamar) Julie’s Handmade Noodles Sugar Mama's Bakeshop
Chinatown Kebabalicious Tarbouch
Chinatown Center Keepers Coastal Kitchen Tarka Indian Kitchen
Churro Co. Kemuri Tatsu-Ya Taste of Ethiopia
Cisco's Korea House The Bearded Baking Company
CTX Beer Garden at Celis Brewery la Barbecue The Grey Market
Dee Dee LE Meals The Rolling Rooster
DipDipDip Tatsu-Ya Les Bobos Crepes Tio Pepe Chicken
District Kitchen + Cocktails Lick Honest Ice Creams Tito Adobo
DK Maria's Legendary Tex-Mex Mary's Cafe Top Tier Bakery
East Side King Maudie's Café Wasota Vegan Paradise
El Mesón Mi Madre's Restaurant WillYum Sweet Treats
El Naranjo Mix’T Caribbean Blends Wine for the People
El Tacorrido Nasha Wunderkeks
Emmer & Rye    

Activities, Arts, and Attractions

Ballet Afrique Mexic-Arte Museum
BFREE Yoga Neighbors Dog Park
Black Austin Tours Prestige Picnics
Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center Teatro Vivo
Fisterra Studio The Art Galleries at Black Studies at the University of Texas
Hill Country Outdoors  

 

Publication Date: 3/2/2022

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