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  • Antidote Coffee

    Antidote Coffee

    729 Studewood Houston, TX 77007
    713-861-7400 Though parking at Antidote can be a bit of a challenge (welcome to the Heights), it's a great place to get some late-night studying done, thanks to the free wifi and multitude of caffeinated beverages. Antidote serves fair trade, organic coffee as a … well … antidote to its sister business, Poison Girl bar. Antidote also stocks food from local producers like Fat Cat Creamery, as well as wine, just in case that studying gets to be too much. With indoor and outdoor tables and a number of worn-in sofas, Antidote is a great place to meet up with friends or pass the time while attempting to get work done. More >>

  • Ben

    Ben's Beans

    1302 Dallas Houston, TX 77002

  • Blacksmith Coffee Bar

    Blacksmith Coffee Bar

    1022 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77006

    Not only can you get a great cup of coffee at Blacksmith; you can also grab a bite to eat. Whether you want the Vietnamese Eggs and Steak or the Biscuit with Creme fraiche and Marmalade, you'll walk away full and satisfied. Each cup of coffee crafted at this Montrose coffee shop is made with care; the beans are perfectly roasted and the taste lingers after each sip. More >>

  • Bohemeo


    708 Telephone Road Houston, TX 77023
    713-923-4277 Beloved East End gathering spot Bohemeo's is known for its lush patio, live music, coffee and open-mike nights thanks to former owners and local artists Lupe and Sid Olivares. Current owners Kent Marshall (also of TK Bitterman's and Market Square Bar & Grill) and Keith Adkins of Fontana Coffee Roasters introduced some changes when they took over, and the changes suited Bohemeo's well. In addition to coffee, Bohemeo's also offers a tap wall of all-local craft beers. The small food menu offers excellent fish tacos with a creamy, spicy sauce; individual-size pizzas on a whole wheat crust; and daily specials like a Swiss chard quiche made with chard from The Last Organic Outpost. There are plenty of options for vegetarians, too, which can be tough to find in the East End. And thanks to Adkins, the coffee program at this sprawling coffeehouse is appropriately excellent.. More >>

  • Boomtown Coffee

    Boomtown Coffee

    242 W. 19th St. Houston, TX 77008

    Owner Matt Toomey roasts all of his own beans at Boomtown Coffee - so if you don't like the roast, you can take it up with the man who served it to you. You likely will, though, which is why Toomey also sells his beans to take home at this little Heights coffee shop, along with breakfast pastries, quiches, cupcakes and more from local bakers. During the week, food trucks often roll up to the coffee shop's old storefront entrance on 19th Street. More >>

  • Boulevard Coffee

    1030 Heights Blvd. Houston, TX 77008

  • Bright and Early Coffee

    4825 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007

  • Brunch Kafe

    11113 Katy Freeway Houston, TX 77079

    This independently owned west Houston restaurant is the antithesis of all the corporate breakfasting spots in the area, offering a homey feel and all-day breakfast for very little dough — whether it's eggs Benedict or a tapioca smoothie. You can get a down-home lunch and dinner on the cheap here, too, such as a chicken-fried steak special with two home-cooked sides that barely breaks the $10 mark with tax and tip. More >>

  • Cafe 101

    Cafe 101

    9889 Bellaire Blvd. Houston, TX 77036-3463

  • Cafe Artiste

    1601 W. Main St. Houston, TX 77006-4711

  • Catalina Coffee

    Catalina Coffee

    2201 Washington Houston, TX 77007
    713-861-8448 This is not a corporate caffeine factory - Catalina prides itself on expertly crafted coffee drinks. There's not much outdoor seating, but the interior is warm and library-like, with big windows that look out on the part of Washington Avenue that has yet to be invaded by frat bars. The espresso selection rotates regularly and pastries are available. This is definitely a place for those who would step into Starbucks during only the most dire caffeine emergencies. More >>

  • Chez Beignets

    3701 State Highway 6 S Sugar Land, TX 77478

  • Church Street Coffee House

    502 Church St. Galveston, TX 77550

  • Coffee Oasis

    4650 NASA Road 1 Seabrook, TX 77586

  • Cougar Grounds

    4800 Calhoun Road Houston, TX 77004

  • Crossroads Coffee

    2531 University Blvd. Houston, TX 77005

  • Curve Cafe & Wine Bar

    410 Main St. Houston, TX 77002

  • Dosey Doe

    Dosey Doe

    25911 Interstate 45 Spring, TX 77380

  • Dosey Doe Music Cafe

    Dosey Doe Music Cafe

    463 Fm 1488 Road Conroe, TX 77384-3963

  • Doshi House Cafe

    Doshi House Cafe

    3419 Dowling St. Houston, TX 77004
    713-528-0060 This Third Ward coffeehouse/art space also offers breakfast, lunch and dinner — albeit in limited portions. Breakfast at Doshi features pastries and other goods from local bakers, while lunch offers a small selection of paninis, soups and salads. Dinner is one filling, vegetarian meal per night — a Thai red curry one night or Indian butter "chicken" the next — and is very inexpensive. Fresh juices and smoothies are available throughout the day, and the cozy space invites you to kick back, relax and enjoy the calm, quiet atmosphere. More >>

  • Dot Coffee Shop

    Dot Coffee Shop

    7006 Gulf Freeway Houston, TX 77087

    Dot Coffee Shop may not share ownership with the infamous Kirby House of Pies, but if restaurants could be related, they'd still be cousins. Though the location near 45 and the South Loop brings a slight different crowd, the food is also mostly heavy, traditional American fare (emphasis on breakfast), and there's still a good chance you'll get some good people-watching done if you eat late at night. Unlike similar diner-style places, you get a complimentary bread basket to start things off. More >>

  • Dunn Bros. Coffeehouse

    6825 S. Fry Road Katy, TX 77494

  • The Eat Gallery

    1919 Houston Ave. Houston, TX 77007

    The Eat Gallery is a lot of things in one, but first and foremost it’s a charming spot in the Third Ward to grab a quick bite or meet friends over coffee. The small selection of foods features breakfast sandwiches, lunch wraps and paninis, and healthy soups and salads — all made fresh at Eat Gallery or by local businesses like Green Seed Vegan and Bocage Catering. It’s healthy, too, even the drinks: Coffees here are made with nondairy milk and smoothies don’t contain ice cream but do feature lots of fruits, vegetables and other good stuff. More >>

  • Eatsie Boys

    Eatsie Boys

    4100 Montrose Blvd. Houston, TX 77006
    713-524-3737 Blending Houston's disparate ethnic cuisines — Vietnamese into Jewish, in the case of Eatsie Boys's matzoh ball pho — into one dish has been one of the best dining trends to come along in recent years and is most often sighted at higher-end places such as Underbelly. But now you can find that same technique in a casual cafe setting since the Eatsie Boys have taken over and remodeled the old Kraftsmen Bakery space into a Montrose-area home of their own. Look for other twists like fried shrimp banh mi and Chinese bao called "pork snuggies," but save room for dessert: The Eatsie Boys sell their famous Shipley's Donut ice cream alongside pastries from a slew of local bakeries. The cafe is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day except Sunday, when it's brunch all day long. More >>

  • Fellini Caffe

    Fellini Caffe

    5211 Kelvin Drive Houston, TX 77005

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