Josephine's for Tea
On the front porch of the restaurant, two wicker chairs face each other separated by a wooden table, reminding me of Paris
. Through the glass window patrons nibble on bread from baskets and the pink roses fill the vases and the place exhales with blooming petals. This is a perfect spot for escaping the rain, or sitting out on the patio on a Spring day afternoon in Austin
. The flakes from the scones and croissants and the smell of warm food are enough to comfort a local or a visitor from out of town, and will linger with you long after you've left.