Houston, TX 77008
Houston Press' Description
The best thing about Scott Tycer's Kraftsmen Cafe isn't the charming dining room filled with cozy furniture nor the fact that you can BYO-champagne for mimosas on the weekends. It's the fact that all of the bread for the breakfast croissants and the sandwiches at lunch is baked on-site, in the massive Kraftsmen Bakery that takes up much of this old converted textile mill in the Heights. You're invited to get comfortable at both breakfast and lunch, to take in a book or a latte while you eat -- and, in that way, it's one of the most relaxing restaurants in town.
Tips from foursquare
Houston Press 2012 Favorite Dishes - Honey Badger Omelet
Lunch Combo is GREAT!
Poppy seed muffin and sticky buns are amazing with the coffee
Excellent breakfast tacos -try turkey, spinach and provolone ones- and capuccino.
Try the Go West omelette. Happiness. :)
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