Corner Bakery Cafe Gives the “Live Music Capital of the World” Something New to Sing About

Corner Bakery Cafe sets the stage to “Feed the Day” in Austin, Texas, with a new cafe opening on April 30, 2012 in the Arboretum area. Whether it’s to discover the made-to-order Anaheim Scrambler for breakfast, the signature Chicken Pomodori Panini for lunch, the mouthwatering Pesto Cavatappi for dinner, or a slice of bakery fresh Cinnamon Creme Cake for dessert, Austin neighbors are invited to come experience the newest flavor on the block.

“We can’t wait to open our doors and introduce Corner Bakery Cafe‘s ingredient-inspired meals to the Arboretum neighborhood,” said Charlie Spreckelsen, Area Director of the Arboretum Corner Bakery Cafe. “Austin is known for its hospitality and energy and we are dedicated to creating that same warm environment at our cafe. Whether you’re out shopping, live around the corner or are simply looking for a delicious meal, we hope you’ll become a regular with us and stop by to experience our fresh made-to-order menu items or relax with a bottomless coffee and free Wi-Fi.”

The Arboretum Corner Bakery Cafe is nestled among other shops in the Arboretum at Great Hills shopping center at 9761 Great Hills Trail. The cafe opens at 7 a.m. on opening day and is available for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Call-ahead and catering orders can be placed via phone at (512) 777-4250.

To welcome guests to the neighborhood cafe, the first 100 visitors will receive a commemorative Corner Bakery Cafe travel mug and free daily refills of hand-roasted coffee for the remainder of the year, and one lucky guest will also receive free signature Panini for a year. On opening morning, the Austin Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome Corner Bakery Cafe to the neighborhood. New to Austin, this is Corner Bakery Cafe’s long-awaited first location in the area.

“We’ve had our collective eye on the Central Texas area for quite some time, and specifically Austin because of its growing and respected food scene,” said CEO Mike Hislop. “This city is unlike any other in the state, and we look forward to the challenge of ‘Keeping it Weird’ by pairing the convenience of a fast-casual restaurant with the high-quality, fresh and health-conscious Corner Bakery Cafe experience. We think Austin’s foodies are in for a treat.”

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