Looking to kick back and relax with a nice cup of your favorite brew? Or maybe you want to support a local business while grabbing an iced coffee on the go. We’ve put together this list of 5 of the cutest and coziest local coffee shops, just for you! Free wifi, great coffee, and tasty treats are a common thread, but each one has such a unique atmosphere, you’ll probably want to try them all.
800 S. Bryan Avenue
While today The Kyle House is home to one of the coziest coffee shops you’ll ever find, this 1800’s Victorian home was once the residence of Edwin Kyle, the namesake of Texas A&M’s legendary football stadium.
Stop in for great coffee, tasty bites, and incredible ambience. Polite Coffee Co. at The Kyle House is currently open 9AM-7PM, Monday-Saturday. Check them out on Instagram for more information.
101 N. Main Street
Serving specialty coffee and a gourmet menu in Historic Downtown Bryan, this local favorite features items handmade from scratch with fresh, natural ingredients. Exposed brick walls and warm lighting, combined with picturesque views of Main Street through the front window create a cozy atmosphere unlike any other in Bryan-College Station.
Harvest is open 7AM-8PM, 7 days a week. Visit their website at harvestbcs.com to learn more.
4114 Lake Atlas Drive
Switch up your point-of-view at this super trendy spot, located at Lake Walk. With a dog-friendly patio, plenty of seating inside and out, and delicious coffee and teas, we can’t recommend P.O.V. enough.
Time for a study break? Get some fresh air on a walk around Lake Atlas, and take in some Brazos Valley sunshine!
POV is currently open 6AM-7PM Monday-Friday, and 6AM-5PM on Sundays. Visit their website here to learn more.
210 W. 26th Street
Another Historic Downtown Bryan gem, The Village has been an Aggieland favorite for 12 years now. With delicious, locally-sourced bites and beverages, a cozy, hometown atmosphere, and a rotating gallery featuring local artists, The Village is too good to keep secret.
Cozy up near a window, grab a latte and a bite to eat (we recommend the turkey & egg sammie), and pull out your laptop for a quintessential college town experience.
The Village is currently open 7:30AM-2:00PM, 7 days a week. Visit their website at thevillagedowntown.com to learn more.
3409 Texas Avenue
Babe’s Doughnut & coffee shop is another super trendy spot to study or work remotely, and they serve some delicious gourmet donuts! Located in Midtown, right along Texas Avenue, Babe’s is right between Texas A&M University and Blinn College.
If you’re there on the weekend, we definitely recommend you try a honey butter chicken biscuit. During the week, you can’t go wrong with donuts and an iced latte!
Hours vary at Babe’s. Visit their Facebook page for the most up-to-date information.
Meet The Blogger
Chris is the Destination Marketing Manager for Destination Bryan. Originally from North Texas, Chris has called Bryan-College Station home since 2014. Chris is a proud graduate of Texas A&M University’s Recreation, Park & Tourism Science program. When he’s not telling you about the restaurant he tried this weekend that was “SO good,” he’s probably talking about his dog or taking photos of a Brazos Valley sunset.