Exclusive: Galaxy Cafe at the Triangle closing after 10 years, looking to relocate

 

Galaxy Cafe will close its location at the Triangle (4616 Triangle Ave.) on April 15 after 10 years of business. The location celebrated its 10th birthday on March 22.

The Austin-born cafe, which opened its first location at Brodie and Slaughter Lanes in 2004, plans to relocate the shuttered business to a location with more of a neighborhood vibe, and one with fewer parking and logistical distractions, allowing the business to focus on food and guests, according to co-owner Kelly Chappell. The partners hope to make an announcement on expansion by the end of the year, if not sooner.

French toast with bananas and strawberries from family-friendly, all-day restaurant Galaxy Cafe. (Ralph Barrera AMERICAN-STATESMAN)

The Galaxy Group operates the original location, along with Galaxy Cafes on West Lynn Street and Mesa Drive, along with Zocolo Cafe on West Lynn Street and Top Notch on Burnet Road (home to one of the best fried chicken sandwiches in town).

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