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Whip In

Whip In has Indian-infused breakfast items available until 2 p.m., perfect for late risers. Naan (Indian flatbread), scrambled eggs, cheese and your choice of chutney (a spiced, Indian condiment) makes up the breakfast naan (cilantro chutney is rather appetizing). As if that wasn't enough, they also have an impressive beer selection on tap, a vegan/vegetarian grocery aisle, a wine and beer area, and a tobacconist with Indian candles & incense.

Austin Books & Comics

Established in 1978, this small neighborhood shop carries the latest in science fiction and fantasy for Austin's exploring minds. In addition to one of the city's best collections of sports trading cards, it also has a stellar selection of vintage toys, posters and science fiction paraphernalia. Explore the huge selection of comics and books that celebrate pop culture in America. On occasion, noted science fiction authors stop by to meet fans and autograph books, so keep an eye on their event calendar.

Asahi Imports

This business has been functioning for more than a few decades, and the store has been open at its current location for more than a number of years. So far, it is the only Japanese grocery and gift store within the Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos metropolis. For being the only store of its kind in this large capital of the second most populated United State, this mid-sized boutique packs a punch! Everything from frozen meat, to produce, to even hakama shirts (traditional Japanese men's wear) are for sale. Browse the clearance bin at the far end of the store to carefully examine the price tags of the alcohol, as bargains are rampant.

ATown

To call ATown a boutique is erroneous--it's actually pretty big! Support crafty, creative Austin artists by shopping at this store to keep the good karma flowing; if you keep paying for their work, they will continue to provide you with high-quality art (like wall paintings inspired by famous Austin landmarks), accessories (like colorful bracelets manufactured out of Legos), and clothing (like cute tees for vegetarians that proudly advertise their lifestyle), amongst other things (like eco-friendly candles).

Big Top Candy Shop

If you've got a serious candy craving, Big Top Candy Shop probably has what you're looking for. In its circus-themed store, complete with striped walls and circus posters on the walls, candy is everywhere. Big Top has old-time goodies like Bit-O-Honey and Chick-O-Sticks, as well as new novelty candies and other edibles, like bacon-flavored mints. Children of the 80s will find Now & Laters and Fun Dips. A glass case holds unusual chocolate-covered items like potato chips and gummy bears, while bulk bins contain a large selection of gummies, jelly beans, and hard candies. A real soda fountain also offers treats like egg creams, phosphates, and Blue Bell ice cream.

Dragon's Lair Comics & Fantasy

Science-fiction and fantasy aficianadi, there's a store for you! The Dragon's Lair shop looks average from the outside, but it's quite MASSIVE. Everything that falls under the umbrella terms of "science-fiction" and "fantasy" is sold here. Amongst the books, there are action figures, autographed memorabilia, board games, home decor, set pieces, stuffed animals, t-shirts and more. A large room in the back and a few tables throughout the store are reserved for special tournaments, such as Dungeons & Dragons. Snacks, like M&Ms and Skittles, are sold as well to keep serious gamers happy during their battles. Those of you who are allergic to cats, take note, since there are a couple of cats belonging to the staff that roam free in the shop.

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