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Houston’s Coffee Scene Is Booming

Cavo Coffee and Fort Bend Roasters are expanding their operations

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Houston coffee addicts will soon have three more places to fuel up with a cup of joe.

Upper Kirby caffeine destination Cavo Coffee is opening a second location at 2617 Bissonnet Street, within a newly revamped co-working space called Local Office, reports Swamplot. In a doubly exciting move, the coffee shop will be opening its own bean operations, Cleo Roasting Company, next door to its new West U space.

Local bean supplier Fort Bend Roasters is opening its own coffee shop at 8182 W. Grand Parkway in Richmond. Its expansion was recently announced on Instagram by Old Katy Coffee, which sources its beans from the company. The coffee shop said in the post, “Their love of coffee and attention to detail is inspirational.”

It also appears that Xela Coffee Roasters may have a new shop in the works for the East End, according to an Eater tipster. Although more details aren’t available quite yet, stay tuned for more information as it becomes available on these fledgling caffeine-fueled projects.

These projects join newcomers like Mike Tran’s Blkdog Coffee and The Yellow Cup on Washington Avenue, along with forthcoming caffeine havens like Malk Bev Bar, a dairy-free coffee counter that will open inside Snap Kitchen’s Kirby outpost.

Correction 6/26/18: This post has been updated to reflect the correct address for Cavo Coffee.

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