Here's your 2021 guide to coffee shops, tea rooms in The Woodlands area

Lovebeans Coffeehouse offers a sampling of iced fall beverages. (Courtesy Lovebeans Coffeehouse)
Lovebeans Coffeehouse offers a sampling of iced fall beverages. (Courtesy Lovebeans Coffeehouse)

Lovebeans Coffeehouse offers a sampling of iced fall beverages. (Courtesy Lovebeans Coffeehouse)

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Sweet Paris offers a Nutella hot chocolate. (Courtesy Sweet Paris)
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Beverage flights at Cupcakes & Bubbles include fall varieties. (Courtesy Cupcakes & Bubbles)
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The Woodlands area is home to a variety of locally owned cafes and tea rooms to fulfill patrons’ caffeine needs. (Ronald Winters/Community Impact Newspaper)
The Woodlands area is home to a variety of locally owned cafes and tea rooms to fulfill patrons’ caffeine needs. Just in time for fall, these local businesses also offer some suggestions for the upcoming season. This list is not comprehensive.

Artisan Culture

3002 Sawdust Road, The Woodlands

281-719-5388

www.artisan-culture.com


Fall favorites: The Fall Special (pumpkin spice latte), The Falling Fig latte

Blue Door Coffee Co.

21 Waterway Ave., The Woodlands

832-299-6511

www.bluedoorcoffee.com

Fall favorites: pumpkin spice latte, horchata latte

Brooklyn Cafe

4775 W. Panther Creek Drive, Ste. 255,

The Woodlands

281-298-7488

www.thebrooklyncafe.com

Fall favorites: pumpkin cream, caramel snickerdoodle espresso, cold brew toffee nut

Conduit Coffee

27140 Glen Loch Drive, The Woodlands

281-323-4695

www.conduitcoffeehtx.com

Fall favorites: Gourd of the Rings, Golden Girls Latte, Call Me Old Fashioned

Cupcakes & Bubbles

26400 Kuykendahl Road, Ste. C160, The Woodlands

832-559-7511

www.cupcakesandbubbles.com

Fall favorites: pumpkin, caramel apple and butterbeer coffees

Dosey Doe Coffee

8021 Research Forest Drive, Ste. F,

The Woodlands

281-465-8411

http://dosey-doe-coffee.business.site

Hummingbird Tea Room

30420 FM 2978, Ste. 160, The Woodlands

281-419-8362

www.hummingbirdtearoom.com

Fall favorites: variety of chai

Kung Fu Tea

3091 College Park Drive, Ste. 180,

The Woodlands

936-242-1552

www.kungfutea.com

Lovebeans Coffeehouse

8522 Creekside Forest Drive, Ste. D-100,

The Woodlands

832-698-2017

www.lovebeanscoffeehouse.com

Fall favorites: pumpkin spice latte, sparkling cranberry lemonade, peach cobbler latte

Noe’s Crepes, Coffee and Tea

295 Enclave Drive, Conroe

832-429-2929

www.facebook.com/noescrepes

Fall favorites: pumpkin spice, London Fog

Scooter’s Coffee

26551 Kuykendahl Road, Tomball

832-534-1749

www.scooterscoffee.com

Fall favorites: pumpkin spice latte, Pumpkin Caramelicious, maple vanilla coffees

Sharetea

8880 Metropark Drive, Ste. 100, Shenandoah

936-266-0816 • www.1992sharetea.com

Sweet Paris Creperie and Cafe

9595 Six Pines Drive, Ste. 450, The Woodlands

281-651-2153 • www.sweetparis.com

Fall favorites: Mayan hot chocolate, Nutella hot chocolate

Third Gen Coffee

25136 Grogan's Park Drive, The Woodlands

281-323-4454 • www.thirdgencoffee.com

Fall favorites: pumpkin latte, maple cream
By Ally Bolender

Reporter, The Woodlands

Ally joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2021 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Texas State University. Ally covers education, local government, transportation, business, and real estate development in The Woodlands. Prior to CI, Ally served as news content manager of KTSW FM-89.9 in San Marcos, Texas.

By Andrew Christman
Andrew joined Community Impact Newspaper in early 2019 after moving from Indiana. He is a 2015 graduate from Indiana State University, where he received degrees in English and journalism. He has written for a number of small town publications throughout his career as a reporter.
By Vanessa Holt
A resident of the Houston area since 2011, Vanessa began working in community journalism in her home state of New Jersey in 1996. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2016 as a reporter for the Spring/Klein edition and became editor of that paper in March 2017 and editor of The Woodlands edition in January 2019.


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