The Taiwanese pastry chain, 85°C Bakery Cafe, has just opened its second Houston location at 1027 Blalock, catering to the Memorial and Spring Branch areas. While the coffee shop and pastry hub softly opened on August 25 — yes, a day before Harvey’s devastating rains began flooding much of the greater Houston area— the grand opening was just last week.
The faces of Houston meteorologists were tense and serious. The forecast was dire. We hoped against hope that their predictions of non-stop rain for days were weatherperson dramatics. As Hurricane Harvey neared the Texas coast, we did as Houstonians always do, we stripped the grocery store shelves of chips and Oreos. As I made my last pre-storm foray for groceries, I noticed that people prefer junk food for hunkering down.
Merchant, a popular breakfast spot in New Orleans, opened location at 1707 Post Oak Boulevard (at San Felipe) on September 5, according to Eater Houston . With the tagline “coffee, and grapes,” the cafe offers Illy coffee and specialty drinks like chicory lattes. It also serves sweet and savory crepes, sandwiches and salads. The cafe is open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. but there are plans to stay open until 10 p.m. as the restaurant adds staff. Within a few weeks, it will also serve wine and beer.
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