Thursday, December 14

Antidote Coffee in Houston, Texas: A Review

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Antidote Coffee is a neat little coffee house in the heights area, and it is a trendy place that looks put together in seconds even though there is a thought behind the unmatched seats, sofas and tables, which makes it look homey and comfortable to sip coffee, work on your laptop or chatting with friends.  The place fits right in the area of Houston Heights; which was created by Oscar Martin Carter in 1891 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Houston_Heights) and now is undergoing a revival and becoming the “in” spot to see and be seen. The coffee house is located at 729 Studewood and it is open daily from 6:30 a.m. to midnight and the prices overall are good but do not expect every day great service as it varies some days you will get great friendly service and others you will get indifference.

The coffee house also exhibits art from local artists on their walls may it be pictures or photos, and sometimes they also have live music which you can enjoy. Plus they offer happy hour from Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. where you can enjoy real ales for $2, house wines for $4 and espresso for only $1.

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Antidote Coffee offers a variety of different coffees and teas to start out your day or to simply enjoy the aroma such as you can order the antidote which is coffee with an espresso shot for $1.50, or a latte which you can also order with soy or almond milk for $2.25 or get more adventurous and order the cajeta latte which is Mexican goat milk with caramel for $3. However if you are more of a tea drinker do not despair as you have plenty of choices like pomegranate tasting or  blueberry green teas, or the more robust Earl Grey black tea, or you can try one of their tisane infusions like the mint and chocolate, the French lemon ginger or vanilla.

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