Houston Coffee Shop Series No. 9

8:07 PM

I cannot believe it is October already! It seems like September zoomed by, and apparently it was incredibly busy because I realized I haven't been too active on the blog this past month. We have a lot happening this October, so get ready for an action packed month, including another possible food and beer pairing event! (More details to come!)

Until then, hope everyone stays dry out there through this rainy season, and... here are our coffee shop finds for the month:

732 W 27th St, Houston, TX 77008

The Good
  • The music selection is absolutely perfect. I was really diggin' it the whole time
  • Large parking lot, especially for the Heights area
  • Tacos, donuts, and pastries available for purchase
  • Large outdoor patio area
  • Pet-friendly!
  • Wifi available
The Bad
  • A bit pricey. Paid $5.14 for a latte with almond milk

2604 Dunlavy St, Houston, TX 77006

The Good
  • Big open space with indoor and outdoor seating (obsessed with both front and back patios!)
  • Great for small or large groups
  • Bites available if you're looking for food and coffee
The Bad
  • The coffee is subpar (we both got a specialty drink), but it's known for a good brunch. We'll have to come back to try the food!
  • Gets pretty crowded over the weekend, so if you're looking for a quiet place to work then, this is not your spot
  • Mostly street parking, which is typical for the Montrose area

2018 Rusk St A, Houston, TX 77003

The Good
  • Local, small batch specialty coffee beans from Argus Coffee Co
  • Quaint, little spot in Downtown
  • Happy hour everyday after 5pm - $2.50 Texas beers, $1 off all other beers, 1/2 off pastries
The Bad
  • Tight parking lot up front (although we came on a weekend and was lucky to find a spot)
  • Not the most photogenic place

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