GUIDE: 16 coffee, tea shops to cozy up at in Tomball, Magnolia this winter

As the days get colder, the Tomball and Magnolia area has a number of coffee and tea shops and cafes offering hot drinks and other items for residents to cozy up with this season. This list is not comprehensive and does not include coffee roasters.

Barbarossa Coffee

9166 FM 2920, Ste. 100, Tomball

832-698-2306

http://barbarossacoffee.com



Cafe Marrese

11729 Spring Cypress Road, Tomball

832-953-2900

www.cafemarrese.com

Denovo Coffee

520 W. Main St., Tomball

www.denovocoffee.com

Just Love Coffee Cafe

13727 Sunset Canyon Drive, Tomball

281-547-6984

https://justlovecoffeecafe.com/tomball/menu

Lovebeans Coffeehouse

8522 Creekside Forest Drive, Ste. D-100, Tomball

832-698-2017

www.lovebeanscoffeehouse.com

Magnolia Coffee House Bistro

117 FM 1774, Magnolia

281-789-7272

www.magnoliacoffeehousebistro.com

Perks Beanery

32211 Hwy. 249, Pinehurst

281-766-4264

https://perksbeanery.wixsite.com/perksbeanery

Re:Bar Juicestillery

416 W. Main St., Tomball

346-808-7673

https://rebarjuicestillery.com

Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea

9511 FM 1488, Magnolia

832-934-4737

www.sweetwaterscafe.com

The Teahouse Tapioca and Tea

14040 FM 2920, Ste. C, Tomball

832-534-1409

www.facebook.com/theteahousetomball

Victory Pie Co.

32907 Tamina Road, Magnolia

832-403-3066

www.facebook.com/victorypieco

The Whistle Stop

107 Commerce St., Tomball

281-255-2455

https://whistlestoptomball.com/TomballLunchCafeLocation.dmx



Coming soon



HeBrews Community Coffee

33138 Magnolia Circle, Magnolia

832-642-0786

www.shophebrews.com

Coming January 2021

HTeaO Tomball

905 W. Main St., Tomball

www.facebook.com/hteaotomball

Coming early 2021



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