Why the Aurora Lake Nature Center is one of Canada’s best spots to eat at natural foods outlet
AUSTIN — When the sun is shining and the wind is blowing, it’s easy to get distracted by the food choices at a natural foods store in downtown Austin.
There are all kinds of different types of food available — from dried berries to wild berries to dried cherries to canned mushrooms — but for the most part, it takes the most serious, experienced shoppers to choose from the options available.
The Aurora Lake Natural Foods & Natural Grocers outlet is one such natural food destination.
It’s open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., from 9 a.k. to 5 p.y., and is just steps away from the city’s popular Lake Austin and the Barton Creek Trail.
Owner and chef John Suter and his wife, Ann Suter, opened the restaurant with the intention of creating a more upscale, natural food experience.
They opened the eatery in September and it was already in its second year.
“We started with a passion and an interest to bring fresh food to people who don’t go to restaurants because they’re not interested in eating at restaurants,” Suter said.
“The restaurant is more than just a food truck.
It’s a place where people can come to relax and relax with their family.
That’s our mission.”
The food truck, dubbed the Aurora Lakeshore Natural Foods Truck, takes over the space once occupied by the restaurant.
Suter said the Aurora Lakeshores Natural Foods is a unique concept because it brings the local community together.
“People are coming here from a whole different perspective.
They’re coming from the countryside, they’re coming here because they don’t want to go to a restaurant.
They want to eat their food at home,” he said.
While it’s been a popular spot for a while, the Aurora Natural Foods Food Truck is just one of many unique offerings the Suter family has at the restaurant and it’s a spot where customers are encouraged to try something different every day.
“You can go for a steak dinner.
You can go to dessert.
You’ll be surprised,” he added.
Aurora Lake Natural Grocery is one example of Suter’s unique approach to natural foods.
The store sells organic and natural foods for $10.95 per pound and a wide variety of organic and vegan options.
“It’s about diversity.
It gives us the opportunity to do things that we might not be able to do at a grocery store, or a restaurant,” Sitter said.
Ann Suter says Aurora Lakesheore Natural Grocer is an important part of her family’s vision for the future of natural foods in Austin.
She said she hopes to see more people taking advantage of natural food options in the future.
“I’m happy to see that people are taking advantage, because we’re bringing that food back into the community.
It can be something for the whole family,” she said.
The restaurant’s regular hours are from 10:30 a.t.m.-5 p.t., but customers can also take advantage of the restaurant’s outdoor patio, where there is a full kitchen with a full bar and outdoor seating.
The menu changes weekly, but Suter plans to continue adding new organic and organic options to the menu.