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Introducting Black N Brew. Mozart's and Black's BBQ Contactless Drive-Thru at Mozarts, "Client Friends of Austin Silent Market Realtors"

Mozart’s and Black’s – two Austin icons in business for more than 100 years combined -  are cooking up something fun at Mozart's on Lake Austin.  The first-ever “pop-up” drive-thru  in Austin will pair two icons - Black's BBQ and Mozart's Coffee Roasters & Bakery beginning Tuesday, March 24th and execute on "contact-less" pickup.  Loading family packs in your trunk - with no contact necessary at all. 

In uncertain times, our Best of Austin brands are banding together in a way that supports proper safe socializing and physical distancing to allow you to enjoy our combined favorites for the family.  We've constructed a convenient drive-through on Lake Austin operating 7 days a week beginning Monday.  We'll be doing Black's brisket filled breakfast tacos, quiche, sausage wraps, and our famous Bavarian savory and cinnamon sugar pretzels, Mozart's Cold Brew, and amazing Family Packs featuring extra-moist Brisket, Lockhart Sausage, Bavarian Salted Pretzel bread, and your choice of Mozart's Stonewall PeachCobbler, San Saba Pecan Coffee Cake, or rich gooey Texas Sheet Cake.  We'll be burning famous Black's post oak in our smoker for the freshest of meat this side of Lockhart all prepared for you to enjoy as your own sort of relief pack. 

We will be making available and getting the community word out that we are providing special family packs for our first responders that we will provide FREE for all in uniform.  

This is direct from the Mozarts' CEO's email. 

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For Any Austin Residential Real Estate Questions, contact ASM Licensed Real Estate Agent & ATX Local, George Vance McGee 512.657.9281 iphone, 


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