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Red Dessert Dive is a cafe and bakery serving steaming hot coffee and traditional American savories, cakes and other baked items in a cozy atmosphere. Get yourself a cup of Espresso and a sweet muffin, croissant or sandwich to start your day right. You can anytime get yourself cupcakes, puddings or one of their delicious cakes if your sweet tooth is craving for some more sugar rush. Red Dessert Dive also has an exquisite selection of local wines to help you unwind and relax in their serene atmosphere. You can stop by for a healthy morning breakfast or a post-dinner dessert treat at this quirky cafe.
A Houston mainstay since the early 1970s, people of all types seem to be irresistibly drawn to the House of Pies. The round-the-clock service even keeps the staff hopping in the middle of the night. The dinner menu is dominated by diner-style, short-order items but there is no denying that slices of pie are what put them on the map. Chocolate fans will adore a monstrous slice of bayou goo, but there are plenty of other heavenly-sweet slices to choose from if chocolate is not your flavor.
A modest ice cream parlor, the Fat Cat Creamery serves a whole range of handmade and seasonal desserts. Located in the Greater Heights neighborhood of Houston, this charming little shop is a favorite among many across the city. All the products available at this place, make use of fresh and local ingredients, which are not only seasonal, but also healthy. Sustainability and eco-friendly methods are used to make all the ice creams. The year round flavors like Cat's Meow Mexican Vanilla, strawberry buttermilk and milk chocolate stout are a hit among the little ones. Other specials on the menu include pumpkin spice, figgy pudding and boozy eggnog.
The Cheesecake Factory is surely the place to go when craving a rich and delectable slice of the mouth-watering dessert, but this restaurant offers much more. Serving appetizers, lunch, dinner, late night dining, Sunday Brunch, and a full bar, the Factory is a great choice for a casual dining experience. Everyone will find something to their liking with over 200 menu selections of pizza, pasta, seafood, steaks, salads, sandwiches, burgers, and more. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 delicious cheesecakes and desserts.
You need to treat yourself for coffee and sweets! A Sweet Factory is just the place, with decadent Mediterranean pastries galore. The flaky crust of buttery Croissants or fresh baked sweet Baklava with spring-green pistachios goes perfectly with some cardamon tea or rich Middle Eastern coffee varieties. They also have some of the best pita bread you'll ever eat, so pick some up for your after-work snacks for the week. You might also consider their custom gift baskets, giant party trays, and super moist cakes, which is appropriate for all occasions. You'll smell their delicious and satsifying pastries from the parking lot.
Maggie Moo's is a magical place particularly for young children, but certainly for adults of all ages as well. Stop in after either lunch or dinner for countless chunky combinations of mix-ins, laced throughout silky smooth frozen dairy goodness. Create your own perfect mixture, like Vanilla Bean with firm blackberries and squeaky walnuts, or mix your favorite candy bar with your favorite ice cream flavor. You can also order your ice cream cakes and cupcakes here, and Mint Chocolate Chip never fails. Fear not health freaks, they also have several frozen yogurt options too.
Dulce Tapioca is a tremendous little spot near First Colony Mall if you're looking for a refreshing pick-me-up or a between-meal snack. Stop in before your shopping spree and get your nutritious and delicious energy in a cup. Their various tapioca and milk tea drinks are common breakfasts or desserts in Southeast Asia, and are quickly becoming a hit in the US. Try the milk tea with tapioca pearls if you're new to the little colorful balls in your drink concept. It's wonderfully fresh and chewy at this place, as it should be. Otherwise, their regular old iced coffee is marvelous. -Adam Rosen