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  • The Bagel Cafe

    631 S. Mason Road Katy, TX 77450-3469

  • Bellaire Coffee Shop

    5422 Bissonnet St. Bellaire, TX 77401-3913

  • 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 >>

  • Bluebonnet Cafe

    123 Midway St. Spring, TX 77373-8334

  • Boba T2

    11415 Bellaire Blvd. Houston, TX 77072-2572

  • 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 >>

  • Bosta Wine & Coffee

    Bosta Wine & Coffee

    1801 Binz Houston, TX 77004
    713-533-9560 Located in the Museum District, Bosta Wine and Coffee offers an extensive list of coffees and wines as the name implies, as well as a nice selection of craft beers and food. Wine from all over the world is sold here and every kind of coffee is available as well, with cappuccinos and flavored lattes among the current favorite offerings. An employee we spoke with says Boca focuses on serving quality coffee that is not drowned in sugar and milk so patrons can actually taste it. A full breakfast menu is served, as well as salads, sandwiches, paninis, sides and meat-and-cheese plates. Bosta is an upscale establishment and is not the kind of place you drop in to grab a quick bite to eat and run; the food is high-quality and prepared when you order it. For dessert try an affogato, which consists of vanilla bean or chocolate ice cream, topped with a shot of hot espresso. 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 >>