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Austin Studio Tour STOP P31

We’re Stop P31 Dear Diary Coffeehouse is a major stop on the Austin Studio Tour this year! We’re so excited to be a featured partner—we live for the East Austin art scene, and we’re so proud to be part of it! This year, we’re going ham with the help of our friends Samantha Soper (Creative … Continued

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Black Art WKND

What is #Blackartwknd? The first annual art event in Austin, TX with curated works from emerging contemporary and urban art from Black creators. Original art on display through a 2-day multi-venue experience of events, featuring musical, visual performances, vendors, live painting, and much more!

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Battle Bus Street Art Competition

Street artist competition this Saturday Come to 12th and Chicon at 1pm this Saturday, 5/29 to watch four well-known Austin street artists paint in an epic live art battle! On a bus! The winner will hang work at Dear Diary Coffeehouse. BATTLE BUS! 4 street artist battle it out on a BUS Saturday, 5/29 from … Continued

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Unicorniverse Bake Sale

Unicorniverse Vegan Bakery is bringing macarons, cupcakes, and croissants to Dear Diary Coffeehouse this Saturday, April 17th. This mom-and-pop cottage baker is known for their extremely flavorful and creative baked goods. We love their cherry lime and lavender macarons, and their tiramisu cupcakes are phenomenal. We really encourage vegans who miss desserts like tres leches … Continued

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Artist programs at Dear Diary Coffeehouse

March 15th, our program will be much more scalable. We’ll have capacity to accept new artists, it will be easier for our growing staff to ring up products correctly, and art will be presented on much nicer store displays. To achieve these goals, we are simplifying our product mix, expanding our vendor program, and introducing a resident artist rotation.

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February Newsletter

You’re invited to Valentine’s NIGHT at Dear Diary. Gosh, this month is so packed with events! Check out the freebies, pop-ups, and other goodies we have planned.

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The cost of plant milk and what to do about it

Plant milk is really hard on coffee shop margins. Grocery store plant milk is more affordable than barista grade plant milk, but it doesn’t foam well.

A solution is to buy grocery store plant milk, and simply add soy lecithin.

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