Tucked away in small shopping center in Westlake Hills (behind Breed and Co) is WildWood Art Café. Known to Austinites as one of the only gluten-free restaurants in town that operates a complete gluten-free kitchen; it boasts a wide range of appetizing dishes, desserts and eye-popping art, which is located all over the adorable café.
They serve everything from homemade tamales, soups, sandwiches (with homemade bread!), salads, cookies, muffins, bars, brownies, cakes and much more. They accept special orders for cakes and breads in advance. One of their most popular meals is their Tuna Salad Special. Made fresh with tuna, apples and jalapenos and served with warm zucchini cheese bread and a side spinach salad with their homemade balsamic vinaigrette. The spicy kick of the jalapenos is a pleasant surprise and pairs nicely with the crisp apples. Normally when I visit this neighborhood café, I always buy one of their sweet desserts. Today was the lemon bar. The lemon bar was simple and sweet with just the right amount of tang.
They are open for breakfast, lunch or (early) dinner. In the mood for a nice cold beer? This mom-and-pop establishment has recently begun serving the popular gluten-free beer, Redbridge.
For more information:
WildWood Art Café
3663 Bee Caves Road, #4A
Austin, Texas 78746
Café hours (CST):
10:00 am-6:00 pm Monday- Friday
Saturday 9:00 am- 5:00 pm