Sept. 29 is National Coffee Day, and there are many local coffee shops for Houstonians to get their caffeine fix. In fact, world coffee production for 2023-24 is forecast 4.3 million bags higher than the previous year to 174.3 million, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Ready to grab your cup of joe? Check out these local shops down below. This list is noncomprehensive.

Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii

The menu features premium Hawaiian coffees as well as food served on King's Hawaiian sweet bread, blended drinks, lattes, cold brews and teas.DUO Houston:

Husband and wife Marcus and Karman Lovely own DUO Houston—a half Pilates studio, half coffee shop located in River Oaks.Summer Moon Coffee

Similar to other locations, the new one, which is the eighth to open in the Houston area, offers the company’s signature Oak Roasted Coffee as well as Moon Milk.PJ’s Coffee

New Orleans-based PJ's Coffee offers a variety of hot and iced coffee, espresso-based beverages, frozen and blended beverages, energy drinks, hot and iced teas, and smoothies.Taylor’s Coffee Bar

Taylor’s Coffee Bar serves several unique drink options, including a butter pecan frappe, a Butterfinger frappe, a black sugar latte, an egg yolk latte and Blue Ocean Lemonade.Must Go Coffee & Ice Cream

The Must Go Coffee & Ice Cream team prides itself on providing customers with organic, fair-trade coffee and tea as well as ice cream, pastries and savory lunch items.Waygood Coffee

The coffee shop serves a full menu of specialty coffee and teas, including blue jasmine tea and white chocolate truffle frozen coffee.Bluestone Lane

According to the release, the new store has a botanical inspiration, including its color palette and emphasis on local art.Coffee Cabin

The business features coffee drinks, such as iced and hot flavored lattes, cappuccinos, and other drinks.Coffee Fellows

Offerings include coffees, teas, smoothies, breakfast bagels, sandwiches and a variety of salads.Higher Grounds Coffee Co.

The mobile coffee trailer serves iced coffee, hot specialty drinks, lattes, frappes, cold brew, matcha, and tea and lemonade.Luce Avenue Coffee Roasters

Luce Avenue serves espresso and other coffee beverages, baked goods, and coffee beans.Blended Bistro & Coffee Bar

The eatery serves up classic Venezuelan dishes, such as empanadas and arepas, as well as a full coffee bar that offers Venezuelan-inspired lattes.Blackline Coffee & Donuts

The menu includes brioche, gluten-free and cake doughnuts as well as espresso, drip coffee and blended beverages.Citizens of Montrose

The venue sells various blends of Citizens’ house coffee in addition to flat whites—an Australian staple—and several nitro cold-brew options.