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Picnik Austin

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  • Zilker
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  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Recommended
Credit: Sarah Doliver

Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

Yes! Picnik’s Paleo-friendly cuisine, previously only found on a trailer, is now also available at the eatery’s stylish new digs. The impeccably-designed space is bright and airy with lots of natural textures found throughout, not to mention the staff’s handmade aprons. Whether you visit the trailer or the restaurant, butter coffee, designed to send your energy through the roof, is an absolute must. We’re obsessed with the golden milk matcha (coffee, butter, MCT oil, turmeric, coconut milk, matcha chai blend, maple, grass-fed whey and optional cayenne) and certainly recommend the harvest hash (roasted sweet potato, spinach, Brussels sprouts, grass-fed beef breakfast sausage, sage, apple, toasted pecans, maple vinaigrette and a poached egg). Breakfast is available starting at 7am daily. 

Written by
Anastacia Uriegas


4801 Burnet Rd
Cross street:
between Wildcat Run and W 49th St
Opening hours:
Sun-Thu 7am-9pm; Fri, Sat 7am-10pm
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