Historic restaurant a go-to for any meal

If you want to sound extra Austin-savvy to your friends, tell them you’ve been to a restaurant so historic that it appears on Austin’s first-ever hand-drawn map.

Cenote, a trendy neighborhood café located in East Austin, is the place to go if you’re looking for a comfy, friendly spot on a weeknight to catch a breath or two.

An all-day, casual restaurant, Cenote has the coffee shop vibe during the day and the cheese-board-while-sipping-on-pinot-noir feel in the evening hours.

Its breakfast menu includes everything from oatmeal to eggs benedict, and its pour-overs of Cuvee beans hit the spot.

With what could be one of the best happy hours in the downtown Austin area, the eatery offers all night happy hour on Mondays, $2 beers on Tuesdays and tacos and beer for under $10 on Fridays.

What restaurant can beat that?

For those living the gluten-free lifestyle, Cenote offers a variety of dishes to choose from, like the hummus plate, the kale salad and even gluten-free beer.

If you’re not one of those early birds who go out for breakfast, fear not, because their breakfast sandwiches and snacks are just as delicious.

Cenote’s unique and casual atmosphere makes it a pleasant place for enjoying a delicious meal or doing work. Customers can bring their work to the table, thanks to their free Wi-Fi.

Basically, Cenote has a really relaxing atmosphere for everything you need: good eats and internet so you can keep up with other priorities in life.