Patika

Pat·i·ka

/patɪkə/

We started in 2010 out of a little kart in downtown Austin. We've loved being a part of Austin, a part of Austin’s coffee community, and a part of Austin’s food scene.

We get asked what “Patika” means a lot.

We took it from the Turkish, for "footpath" (or alley).

The first coffee houses in the world were in Istanbul, and their popularity as gathering places got them outlawed for fear of too much free thought and resistance to the sultan. To survive, they relocated to spots a bit more hidden: in the alleys and footpaths of the city.

We found our cozy nook on South Lamar, reviving a 1940's building with the help of designer Gerardo Ayala (Ayala Design) and architect Elizabeth Baird, to preserve the original Arkansas flagstone walls, imbuing a mid-century soul.

AT SOUTH LAMAR, WE'RE OPEN DAILY FROM 7AM - 6PM

Find us at:

2159 South Lamar Boulevard Austin, TX 78704

We're one block south of Oltorf, on the southeast corner of South Lamar at Kinney (just down and across from Black Sheep Lodge).

AT 100 CONGRESS, WE'RE OPEN DAILY FROM 7:30AM - 3:30PM

Find us at:

100 Congress, Suite 125
Austin, TX 78701

We're in the lobby of 100 Congress, behind the elevator bank, open to the public Monday-Friday.

Feel free to email us at hi (at) patikacoffee.com