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Boheme Cafe & Wine Bar

307 Fairview Houston, TX 77006 | Montrose | 713-529-1099

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Boheme's moody lighting, wraparound patio, and eclectic smattering of classy chairs and couches make for a charming atmosphere to enjoy Montrose's neighborhood color. Boheme's homemade sangria is a big hit, and thanks to the second bar on the back patio, grabbing a drink is even faster when there's a weekend crowd. The menu features bistro-style American and European upscale-casual fare.


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