June 24th – PER CITY OF AUSTIN.
ALL customers must wear a mask.
PER JOE’S BAKERY.
NO Mask. NO Service.
Thank you for your cooperation.
SAFETY is our top priority for our staff and customers.
Curbside/Drive-In: Tues. – Sun. 6:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Phone Orders: Tues. – Sun. 6:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Our Dining Room and Bakery will remain CLOSED. We are monitoring state and local government and will make the decision to re-open our dining room at the appropriate and safe time for our business.
While we were closed we had the restaurant professionally cleaned and sanitized. We have taken every step possible to provide a safe environment for our employees and customers. We continue to follow Austin Public Health guidelines:
To support our mission to create a safe environment we please ask that our Joe’s Bakery customers respect social distancing and please wear a mask.
We are optimistic for the future and appreciate all the support and kind words while we were closed.
Paula, Rose, Carolina, & Regina
Joe’s Bakery Family
.NO LUNCH SPECIALS. NO EGG WHITES.
For over 75 years Joe Avila’s family has been serving the Austin community. Throughout the years the Avila family has become a dynasty among East Austin businesses and has generated a loyal customer base. Generations of families have patronized and been employed by this family business from the beginning of La Oriental at 2305 E. 9th St. to Joe’s Bakery & Coffee Shop at 2305 E.7th St. The story of Joe’s Bakery & Coffee Shop is four generations in the making, and shows the perseverance, commitment and loyalty of one family.
The family business began in 1935 when Joe’s mother and stepfather, Sophia and Florentino De La O, opened La Oriental Grocery & Bakery at 2305 East 9th Street. The bakery on 9th street was not just a place of business but it was their home…