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  • Alonti Market Cafe

    600 Travis St. Houston, TX 77002-3009
    713-228-8941

    http://www.alonti.com

  • Ben

    Ben's Beans

    1302 Dallas Houston, TX 77002
    713-654-8856

    http://www.bens-beans.com

  • Curve Cafe & Wine Bar

    410 Main St. Houston, TX 77002

  • Franklin Street Coffee House

    Franklin Street Coffee House

    913 Franklin St. Houston, TX 77002
    N/A

  • The Honeymoon Cafe & Bar

    The Honeymoon Cafe & Bar

    300 Main St. Houston, TX 77002
    281-846-6995

    http://www.thehoneymoonhtx.com/ 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 >>

  • Minuti Coffee

    909 Texas St. Houston, TX 77002
    713-226-7500

  • MKT BAR

    MKT BAR

    1001 Austin St. Houston, TX 77010
    832-360-2222

    http://www.mktbar.com MKT BAR is located right inside Phoenicia Specialty Foods, one of the best grocery stores in the city. It's also not a bad little date place, with enough dim lighting and extensive wine and beer lists to keep you busy in addition to the bar food. All of the music is local, and ranges from DJ sets, jazz combos, light rock offerings so it's not too intrusive. More >>

  • Red Cat Jazz Cafe

    Red Cat Jazz Cafe

    711 Franklin St. Houston, TX 77002
    713-226-7870

    http://www.redcatjazzcafe.com Even if you don't know Miles Davis from Buddy Miles or John Coltrane from John Legend (or jazz fusion from fusion cooking, for that matter), there's something about being in a jazz club that automatically makes you feel more, well, sophisticated. Downtown's Red Cat Jazz Café, though, offers uptown sophistication with a down-home Southern twist and spacious brick-wall acoustics that ensure you never miss a (blue) note. Several of the Red Cat's resident artists — elder-statesman vocalist Ardis Turner and New Orleans native/Patti LaBelle duet partner Mary Griffin — play jazz that, like Houston itself, has been heavily infiltrated by blues, R&B and soul. And don't forget to eat — the Red Cat's Louisiana-flavored menu (pricey, but worth it) and full bar will fill your belly as satisfyingly as the music fills your ears. More >>

  • Starbucks

    Starbucks

    2101 Smith St. Houston, TX 77002
    713-654-2180

    http://www.starbucks.com Since its founding by a trio of aspiring coffee roasters in Seattle in 1971, Starbucks has grown to become the largest coffeehouse in the world, with upwards of 20,000 locations in Houston and around the world. Named for the chief mate on the whaling ship from Moby Dick, the company didn’t begin chasing the Great White Whale of world java domination until the 1990s, by which time it was opening a new store every day. A turbulent economy has since forced it to retrench, but the chain remains a powerhouse both commercially and politically, thanks to its op-ed-penning chairman, Howard Schultz. A purveyor of whole foods, Starbucks typically farms out its secret recipes to a single, Starbucks-owned bakery in each city, and now sells a good deal of its coffee beans at grocery stores. Find any and all local locations on Voice Places. More >>

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