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Inversion

Map & Directions 1953 Montrose
Houston, TX 77006
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713-523-4866
  • Coffeehouse
  • Sun 7:30am-10pm, Mon-Thu 6:30am-10pm, Fri 6:30am-11pm, Sat 7:30am-11pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining
  • Snack Food
  • None
  • Not Accepted
  • Lot Available, Street

Description

Houston Press' Description

This coffee shop is house next to Art League Houston in a building that, several years ago, was a giant, trippy art project. The Art Guys dismantled the wall facing the street and created a wooden vortex that led toward the back of the building, attracting all sorts of media attention and photo-takers. Now a shiny new building stands in its place, and on the coffee shop side, it's all about brewed drinks, pastries and a sleek, reasonably quiet place to study or hang out, right off Montrose. Prices are a bit steeper than Starbucks, but that's forgivable for an independent place. Free wi-fi is available -- the password is listed on your receipt.

 
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  • CultureMap Houston on 08/07/11

    Art League Houston built Inversion Coffee House, a minimalist, light-filled building that is both an art gallery and a hip place to sip gourmet coffee. We like the blended chocolate cherry bomb, as we

  • Glenn S. on 02/14/10

    Great coffee house with smaller, but good, selection of morning goodies including donuts, muffins, kolaches, and breakfast sandwiches.

  • Lewis S. on 04/12/10

    A great alternative to corporate coffee. With free wifi

  • Eva K. on 10/24/11

    They're in the process of getting a booze license and this might mean they'll finally extend their hours, hip hip hurray!

  • Christina S. on 12/20/10

    Greatest coffee and art community

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