Coffee Houses

From roast to ambience to food selection to latte art to wifi reliability, everyone has different things they love in a good coffee house. Here’s our cheat sheet to the best coffee houses in Bryan-College Station.

1541 Coffee & Pastries 1808 Brothers Blvd. 979-703-1878

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Sweets made in-house at 1541 Coffee & Pastries.

1541 Pastries & Coffee is a lovely, out of the way, coffee and pastry shop. There’s always interesting international music to listen to. Their Morning Glory muffins are heavenly tasting. They have delicious croissants and panini for breakfast and lunch plus many other sweets. There’s free, fast wifi and the service is great. Check it out, I promise you won’t be disappointed.

Gogh Gogh Coffee Co. 4121 SH 6 South 979-431-4957

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Gogh Gogh flows into the lobby of the Real Estate Gallery and Visitor Center in South College Station. There’s plenty of room to get comfortable and work, study, or socialize.

Gogh Gogh Coffee Co. is a local coffee shop that is dedicated to bringing craft coffee, tasty pastries as well as local beer and wine to the BCS area. The seating area blends into the lobby of the South College Station Real Estate Gallery Building, so the vibe is very professional and modern. They stock Kai’s Doughnuts, making the much loved local sweets available to the South College Station crowd.

Harvest Coffee 101 N. Main St. 979-492-9994

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Double Chocolate Danish at Harvest Coffee Bar in Historic Downtown Bryan.

Harvest brews specialty coffee and a offers a well curated gourmet menu in historic downtown Bryan, Texas. They feature items handmade from scratch with fresh, natural ingredients.

Lupa’s Coffee House 2501 Texas Avenue S. & Southwest Parkway 979-485-2954

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Lupa’s Coffee House is at the corner of Southwest Parkway and Texas Ave.

Lupa’s Coffee House offers premium quality coffee, teas, smoothies, and foods with a welcoming, caring attitude. They use specialty grade coffee beans and tea leaves from Greenway Coffee Company and Red Blossom Tea Company. Both work diligently with farms to produce a rich, unique flavor in your cup.

Sweet Eugene’s 1702 George Bush & Harvey Rd. 979-696-5282

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Coffee and cookie sandwich worthy of the Cookie Monster himself at Sweet Eugene’s.

The crepes, sandwiches, and sweets have won praise in a previous positive EatBCS.com review. The coffee is good and the service is friendly. They can get insanely busy during crunch times (like midnight before midterms) and then, both the seating and wifi get sparse.

Village Cafe & Art 979 Gallery 210 W. 26th St. 979-703-8514

Pizza at Village Cafe

The Village Cafe features more than great coffee. From breakfast tacos to wraps to pizzas to pastas, one of Downtown’s best coffee houses is also one of the best restaurants.

The Village Cafe serves up tasty lunch and brunch options to hungry locavores. Sourcing the majority of produce, meats, and eggs from farms within a 60-mile radius, The Village Cafe is committed to bringing the best local eats to your plate. Coffee is great. Wifi is fast and reliable. Plenty of room to stretch out. Home to a singer-songwriter night, live music and salsa dancing several evenings every week.

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