1505 Town Creek Drive
Austin, TX 78741
Virtual Race 8:00 a.m. rolling start. If you miss the kick-off, no worries, go for a run when you’re ready between April 11-30.
Coffee House Hours
Mon. – Sun.
Run, Walk, Skip or Jog
Parking is Free in designated areas.
Check the local forecast with KVUE weather or sunrise time before you head out the door.
Share your coffee tour experience, show us where you ran, what you saw or maybe that latte foam mustache — we’d love to see your photos.
Run or walk any of our Sunrise Tour routes and save your time on your own device. Once you’ve got your time logged, request your finisher’s certificate and rooster badge.
4.80-mi. Neighborhood Street or Sidewalk
Left or Right turns
Please observe and follow proper hygiene safety when visiting your local coffee house.
Limited free parking available on property. Review posted signage for public neighborhood parking restrictions.
Restricted inside seating but ample patio seating. Dogs allowed outside.
Local craft beers on rotating taps, mixed drinks and famous homemade elixirs.
Plan ahead, restrooms are for customers only. Please be courteous.
Well behaved leashed pets welcome.
Virtual 10K routes are run and walk friendly, free, open to the public and begin and end at each respective coffee house locations. There is no official start time and there is no official timing or scoring. Digital course maps and directions are provided online. Pick up a printed copy of the route from coffee house during normal business hours. Parking information is variable based on the location. Follow local parking information for parking policy.
This is a self-guided and self-paced activity. There are no street closures or directional signage marking the training route. Participants should abide by and follow all local and state traffic safety signage and public use information. Training routes are measured to an approximate 6.2 mile distance however, participants always have the option to u-turn at any point to match their fitness ability. Training route surfaces will vary from sidewalks and crushed granite to paved pathways and bike lanes.