A Guide to Sugar Land Coffee Shops
Located near Sugar Lakes Park and just off Highway 90, BlendIn is an aesthetically gifted hallmark among Sugar Land coffee shops, by way of its bright modern ambiance, warm earthy tones set against creamy white walls, ample wooden furnishings, trendy light fixtures, and occasional touches of plant life. After being thoughtfully sourced from specific countries, regions, farms, and even lots, their beans are meticulously roasted in-store and then brewed with love for your enjoyment.
The descendant of a sister company that’s been in business in Modena, Italy for over 200 years, Minuti roasts and imports coffee from its native homeland and serves said deliciousness to guests amidst an electric mix of traditional appeal, slick furnishings, and comfy leather chairs.
While a better environment for productivity would be difficult to imagine, aside from optimum functionality, the attention to detail that has gone into designing this cafe with a delightful balance of charm and utility makes it an easy go-to for daytime meetings with colleagues, long overdue coffee dates, or solo study sessions.
Nestled in the bustling Sugar Land Town Square shopping center, Sweet Paris is easy to spot thanks to its beautiful french bistro chair dappled, lush verdure wrapped, and umbrella-shaded patio. Stepping through the front door reveals an elegant chandelier-lit culinary experience complete with sweet and savory crepes, waffles, salads, paninis, specialty espresso drinks, chocolate drinks, mimosas, and so much more!
This adorable little gem among Sugar Land coffee shops can be found snuggled amidst storefronts lining an unassuming strip mall near Oyster Creek Park. The team here maintains a neat setting accentuated by cute seating arrangements, tiny trinkets, and a certain coziness perfect for meeting with companions. Moreover, they have a tantalizing selection of beverages including milk teas, smoothies, flavored teas, fresh juice, coffee, as well as uniquely flavorful light bites when it comes to food.
Teapresso’s bright, modern, and spacious environment is perhaps most underscored by an abundance of chic furnishings, trendy light fixtures, fun board games, vibrant touches of greenery, and speedy WiFi. That’s not to mention the assortment of milk teas, mochi ice cream, organic coffee beverages, and optional Death Wish Coffee – careful with this stuff, it’s considered to be some of the world’s strongest coffee.
There’s no better destination outside New Orleans to pair your cafe au l’ait with a mouthwatering stuffed beignet – for those curious about this delicacy, it’s essentially a type of fritter, or deep-fried pastry, that’s popular in French-American Cuisine. Family-owned and operated Chez Beignets III also features a casual vibe, ample seating arrangements, plenty of natural sunlight, and even a colorful selfie wall.
Decadent is a fast, casual, and quaint cafe that offers high-quality desserts like scrumptious cookies, muffins, and cakes (the list goes on…) at a sweet yet affordable price. Everything on their menu is made fresh daily, all day, every day, using only the finest ingredients. Sourced from some of the finest growing regions in the world, their coffee boasts a rich aroma and bold, complex flavors from the first soul-stirring sip to the last.
For all those brunch enthusiasts whose phones eat first, CoCo fuels the foodie revolution with a menu that truly satisfies any sweet or savory craving without breaking the bank – in a casual, counter-service setting that’s great for the whole family. They open at 8:00 am for the early bird in search of caffeine or fresh pastries on the go and close late on the weekends for the night owl looking to satisfy their cravings. All things considered, CoCo is one of the only places around where you can complement your artisan coffee with a sauce-drizzled crepe, creative waffle dish, or house-made gelato and sorbet.
Conveniently situated just off I-69, 85oC Bakery specializes in fresh bread baked every hour, the store has over 60 different varieties of breads inspired by European, Asian and Danish trades. When it comes to your morning fix, rest assured that every coffee is made with freshly ground espresso beans and shots are brewed to a perfect symphony.
The founder of this popular, ever-growing business, Mr. Cheng-Hsueh Wu visited a cafe in a 5-star hotel back in 2003 and while treating himself to some gourmet pastries and drinks, he realized that the prices were set way too high for people to enjoy on a whim. From that moment, Mr. Wu has envisioned a shop that provides premium coffee, bread, and cake at affordable prices.
Teapioca is an inviting and relaxed hangout with several seating arrangements as well as a delectable selection of boba teas, smoothies, traditional Taiwanese shaved ice, and premium coffee beverages.
If you enjoyed this guide to the best coffee shops in Sugar Land, be sure to check out our list of the Top 10 Coffee Shops in Montrose!