Summertime means heat, and with all the hot weather, you’ll need the perfect beverage to quench your thirst. That’s right— the summer season creates the perfect excuse for iced coffee – and lots of it! We know that Houstonians love to drink it up, too.
Whether you prefer a flavored lavender iced latte or a more traditional cold brew, there’s no denying that H-Town has some of the best coffee in the Southeast region. But— where should you get your next cup? Well, at Greenhouse Apartments in Houston, Texas, we recommend you drink up your next iced coffee at one of these 3 local hotspots:
Common Bond Café & Bakery – 1706 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77006
Known as a “neighborhood favorite,” Common Bond Café and Bakery offers up more than just iced coffee. The Houston hotspot also serves up baked goods, picnic provisions, salads, sandwiches, and more. But, we know why you’re really browsing this blog –the iced coffee, which is available at Common Bond, as well as their to-go location in The Heights neighborhood. Have your choice of drip coffee, cold brew, nitro cold brew, macchiato, or any number of their flavored iced lattes – like their well-known Lavender Latte that’s available year-round!
Morningstar – 4721 N Main Street, Houston, TX 77009
Located in The Heights, Morningstar is a Houston favorite for breakfast, lunch, matcha, donuts, and of course, coffee! Like Common Bond, Morningstar is known for its delicious selection of breakfast tacos, biscuits, and croissants. This joint also serves up some of the best-iced coffee in H-Town. Plus, you can make it just how you like it, with an extra shot (or two!) and your choice of flavor, whether it’d be vanilla, caramel, or mocha. Pair your iced coffee with one of Morningstar’s delicious donuts, and you’ll be good to go for the day –BTW, vegan and gluten-free options are also available for those donuts.
Black Hole Coffee House –4504 Graustark Street, Houston, TX 77006
The Montrose’s Black Hole Coffee House has always been a big hit among residents of Downtown Houston, especially the University of Texas or Rice University students taking a break from doing laundry next door. Although the airy, low-slung space is still closed for dine-in, you can get your iced coffee and accompanying treats to-go. There are plenty of sweets to compliment your daily dose of caffeine – including brownies, cookies, and more. Looking for something more savory to go with your morning or afternoon cup of Joe? Quiche, pretzels, and pre-packaged “snack packs” are up for grabs, too.
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