99 Ranch Market (Austin)

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by 99 Ranch Market, but all words and opinions are my own.

I love that the 99 Ranch Austin location is now open. Every time I go home to visit my parents in Houston, we stop by 99 Ranch. I load up on tofu, noodles, rice, sauces, soybean milk, and other random things I throw in to the cart. Sure, Austin has Asian markets already. Their locations are just not convenient to me. The Austin location (6929 Airport Blvd) is located where North Lamar and Airport Blvd intersects so it is pretty central. I could get some barbecue at Stiles Switch and then drop in at 99 Ranch and get a few items for dinner.

I was invited to the media preview of the Austin location. The 33,090 square feet store is the 48th store in the nation and the 6th in Texas. I also learned that the number 9 symbolizes longevity in Chinese so 99 is double the longevity. The more you know. I am going to take you guys on a tour of the store in this post. So, let's get started:


All the green Chinese vegetables

Premium meats

Snake River Farms - Look at that marbling

Fresh pork counter

Pork belly


Sushi grade fish

Complimentary cleaning, frying, and steaming in the seafood section. That is pretty cool.

Live seafood
Dry goods

All the soy sauce

I buy 25 pounds of Jasmine rice at a time

Cannot forget Sriracha and chili paste
Freezer/refrigerated goods


All the dumplings that your heart can desire


Chinese sausage


Hot Deli

Dim Sum

Build your own combo

Chinese BBQ

These croissants are fantastic

I suggest loading up a tray of goodies from the bakery

I am really excited that 99 Ranch is open. I like that there is a more accessible Asian market to us. I wish there was a location south of the river though. I can get my Asian groceries, some Dim Sum, Chinese BBQ, and pastries all in one spot. One stop shop. We will be heading here probably at least once a month. What is your favorite thing to get from the Asian market?

Until next time, happy smoking...

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