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  • The Drink Station

    6555 S Shore Blvd League City, TX 77573

  • Droubi's Middle Eastern Restaurant

    7333 Hillcroft St. Houston, TX 77081-6203

  • Duncan Coffee Company

    8944 Clarkcrest St. Houston, TX 77063-4909

  • Dunn Bros. Coffeehouse

    6825 S. Fry Road Katy, TX 77494

  • Dunobaby Tapioca Cafe

    11191 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77042-3218

  • 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 >>

  • Elix Coffee Shop

    840 N. Eldridge Pky Houston, TX 77079-2702

  • Fellini Caffe

    Fellini Caffe

    5211 Kelvin Drive Houston, TX 77005

  • Fioza Cafe

    Fioza Cafe

    9002 Chimney Rock Houston, TX 77096

  • Franklin Street Coffee House

    Franklin Street Coffee House

    913 Franklin St. Houston, TX 77002

  • Freddy's Cafe

    16830 Barker Springs Road Houston, TX 77084-5038

  • Fulbrook Vineyard

    5530 Fulbrook Green Fulshear, TX 77441

  • G's & Z's Coffee Shop

    4420 Almeda Houston, TX 77004

  • Go-Sip Cafe

    Go-Sip Cafe

    1050 N. Post Oak Road Houston, TX 77055

    You would never know this is a restaurant since it is situated in an office park, but inside it's homey. The organic yogurt, granola and fresh berries coulis will leave you wondering if you'll ever eat anything else for breakfast. Lunch includes creative salads and pita wraps like the hummus and grilled vegetables or the organic kafta with mint yogurt. More >>

  • Gordon Coffee

    3833 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77027-5801

  • Grace's Cafe

    1909 Texas Parkway Missouri City, TX 77489-3121

  • Grand Cafe

    9102 Bellaire Blvd. Houston, TX 77036-4604

  • Greenway Coffee

    5 E. Greenway Plaza Houston, TX 77046

    It's unfortunate that the Greenway Plaza coffee shop is underground, because the specialty coffee drinks doled out are phenomenal. Lucky are those who work inside the plaza or stay at the nearby hotel, because Greenway Coffee is just a few steps away. If you find yourself inside the plaza, grab a simple cappuccino, latte or espresso shot; the creaminess will comfort you and the strength of the beans will wake you up. More >>

  • Happy Teahouse

    Happy Teahouse

    8383 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77063

    This is a haven for young people who seem to appreciate the teahouse's wireless internet and late-night hours. Young patrons also make use of the teahouse's many games, including a foosball and a pool table. Though Happy Teahouse does serve snack-portioned food, such as banh mi sandwiches and egg rolls, most patrons appear to come for the drinks: bubble teas, milk tea, smoothies and "slurries," all nonalcoholic, with dozens of different flavor combinations available. Tapioca pearls are a favorite addition to these beverages. Happy hour runs from 5 to 9 pm. More >>

  • Harris County Smokehouse & Cafe

    13280 Fm 1960 Road W. Houston, TX 77065-4005

  • Harvest Coffee

    1570 S. Dairy Ashford Houston, TX 77077

  • Honey Bee Teahouse and Fast Food

    9715 Bellaire Blvd. Houston, TX 77036

  • The Honeymoon Cafe & Bar

    The Honeymoon Cafe & Bar

    300 Main St. Houston, TX 77002
    281-846-6995 The Honeymoon, located on a currently booming corner of Main Street in downtown Houston, wants to be all things to all people, and does remarkably well at it. Offering in­-and­out coffee service to rival some of the better shops in the city,and easily the best coffee downtown, The Honeymoon also transitions into multiple formats throughout the day to meet the needs of a changing neighborhood. Business meetings are as welcome here as students, date night as well as a date with a good book. Alongside casually elegant breakfast and lunch fare, the light­filled space also boasts one of the best new cocktail programs in the city, with a focus on well­-executed classics. A tightly edited wine list adds a dimension not found in many of the area’s other drinking establishments, while weekend brunch service combines all of The Honeymoon’s forms into one beguiling way to spend a weekend afternoon. More >>

  • Inka Coffee Co.

    12225 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77077-6061

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