Collected by Tucker
Curating some of the best coffee spots in Htown.
5211 Kelvin Dr, Houston, TX 77005, USA
Open since the fall of 2013, Fellini serves authentic Italian-style coffee in a shop designed to resemble one of Italy's sidewalk cafes. They use Lavazza coffee beans to make elegant coffee drinks that you won't find other places. The cafe is...
1018 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77006, USA
If Blacksmith didn't have me at hello, they had me when I learned that they make their own almond milk, as well as all of their own syrups, in house. These days it's progressive for coffee shops to even have almond milk—but to make it from...
3622 Main St, Houston, TX 77006, USA
Specializing in both coffee and booze, Double Trouble in Midtown Houston calls itself a one-stop shop for speeding up, or slowing down. The particularly pleasant baristas and bartenders serve locally roasted Greenway coffee, specialty cocktails,...
1100 Elder St, Houston, TX 77007, USA
Tucked away in a former paper company's old warehouse on the northwest side of downtown, Paper Co. Coffee offers delicious coffee and a come-as-you are atmosphere. The shop is the reincarnation of Taft Street Coffee and part of the Ecclesia...
5411 Morningside Dr, Houston, TX 77005, USA
A relatively new addition to Houston's caffeine scene, Mercantile serves excellent coffee. Part of the café also stocks specialty grocery items. Complement your cuppa with a croissant, pain au chocolat, or Danish. And if you show up early, you can...
242 W 19th St, Houston, TX 77008, USA
If you can catch Boomtown Coffee without a crazy long line (or don't mind waiting), get some coffee here! They are a much loved small-batch artisan coffee roaster in Houston's Heights neighborhood with friendly, laid-back baristas. The Mayan Mocha...
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