Can't live without your daily java fix? While Houston offers a vast array of coffee shops, some measure above the rest—thanks to expertly poured cups of traditional and creative coffees, from frothy lattes to standout pour-overs. Read on for 10 coffeehouses that get your morning (afternoon and night) off to a jolt. These are our picks for Houston's best coffee shops when we're in town.
Houston's Coffee Scent is Booming! Upper Kirby caffeine destination Cavo Coffee is opening a second location at 2132 Bissonnet Street, within a newly revamped co-working space called Local Office, reports Swamplot. In a doubly exciting move, the coffee shop will be opening its own bean operations, Cleo Roasting Company, next door to its new West U space.
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If coffee is what you're after, look no further than newcomer Cavo Coffee, located at 2617 Bissonnet St. in West University. This is business' the second location, behind its first outpost on Richmond Avenue in Greenway.
Cavo Coffee, 2617 Bissonnet, opened softly last week. This is the second location from co-owners Michael and Diane Caplan. Michael Caplan, a former nightclub owner of Houston spots like Grasshopper and Uropa, was a founding partner in Siphon Coffee in 2014 before moving on to open the first Cavo Coffee at 3773 Richmond in Greenway Plaza.
Ultimate Guide to Coffee Shops in Houston - Who doesn’t love great coffee? Oddly enough, I never drank coffee at all, until I was out of college and well into my career. But now I pretty much can’t start my day without it. And I know many of you are with me on that. But first, coffee! And, more coffee, please! Right? For most of us, our days don’t officially begin until we’ve had our hot cup of java.
It’s Sunday morning, so Cavo Coffee is the perfect place to be! Cavo Coffee and Cleo Roasting Co. now have their newest location in West University. This is the second location for co-owners Michael and Diane Caplan, who also were founding partners in Siphon Coffee.