If you’re looking for a nice place to relax, have great coffee over conversation, and enjoy the ambience of a “third wave” coffee shop and the best beans in Houston, here is a list of what others thought for your next trip to the Bayou City.
Piper Jones: Really nice selection of brew options. Had a Ethiop Amaro Gaya in Aeropress and a nicely pulled espresso Guat – will try V60 next time. Also grt collection of coffee geek equipment to brew at home.
Mike Karlesky: Just like at the original location, the Crüd is some of the best cold brew you will ever have. Ice coffee, chicory, sweetened condensed milk perfection.
Tere Perry: Daily dining for Breakfast & Lunch, plus choices of Beer, Wine and Cocktails. The Nutty Milk Punch is like dessert in a glass, with a kick…pecan vodka, frangelico, almond milk and cold brew coffee.
Michael Falwell: Try the cold brewed iced coffee. Drink it black, Jack!
Mandi Holmes: The cajeta latte is the best latte I’ve had. And their cold brew is top notch. it’s a great place to study. Lots of tables and chairs. Usually more people with laptops than just socializing.
Kaffeine Coffee & Internet Cafe
Isaac Gustin: Awesome! Super social owner, cold brew is solid and the chai and the dirty chai are great!
Global Highlander: Enjoy the casual and relaxed environment (they bring the food to you, but no waiters), good food, solid coffee (including cold brew), and great beer on tap.
Jeremy Bradley: Excellent coffee shop! Cold brew coffee is excellent. Knowledgeable and friendly baristas.
Ryan: Chemex & double espressos are great. Not to your taste? The staff will happily accommodate your change of heart.
Common Bond Cafe & Bakery
Sean Stoner: Fantastic pastries as well as breakfast/brunch dishes. Drip coffee and espresso drinks are also excellent. They also sell Stumptown beans (used in their drip coffee).