Salt & Time Cafe is an all-day cafe in downtown Austin from the people behind the popular East Side butcher shop and restaurant Salt & Time. Located on the northwest corner of Republic Square (W 5th and San Antonio St.) there’s ample outdoor seating. The menu is mainly geared towards breakfast and lunch, with sandwiches, salads, bowls, and snack boards - many of them use Salt & Time’s housemade charcuterie. They also have a full list of espresso-based drinks, beer, wine, and “frorange” - frozen orange wine.
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