Onion Creek Coffee House, Bar and Lounge
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Located at Oxford and White Oak Dr. This place could also be listed under restaurants because the food is so good, but is primarily a bar. It has a low key vibe if the idea of a loud, busy bar isn’t what you are looking for.
Very casual, lots of seating outside and serves good burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, salads and other bar type food. Great selection of beers on tap.
from Zagat: “So much more than a coffeehouse”, this Heights “hangout” also has a “fantastic” selection of beer and wine, plus a casual dining menu served in a “laid-back” setting with outdoor seating that brings “a touch of Austin” to Houston; with service that is “no-nonsense and quick” and a…
A prime example of what makes the Heights the eclectic place it is. Hard to describe, you just have to go experience it!
“Speciality market & cafe with a seat-yourself setup selling sandwiches, soups & weekday breakfast.”
“Not only is the gelato delicious, but make sure to get your picture taken with the giant Houston mural on the building!”
“Located at Studewood and White Oak Dr. This is a great place to watch sports or play trivia if you are staying on a Wednesday. They usually have a food truck parked nearby. If you are looking to root hard for your team definitely consider LW’s or Christian’s Tailgate just down the street.”
“Heights hipsters flock to the shopping-center-set Antidote Coffee House for its caffeine-laden offerings and laid-back, at-home vibe. The loft-like interior-with its rubbed concrete floors, exposed brick walls and open vent-work-is filled with an array of eclectic furniture and artwork produced by local artisans. There's free wi-fi and plenty of plug-ins, but you know what they say about all work and no play-head there for happy hour Monday through Friday (4 to 7 p.m.) and enjoy $1 double espresso.”
“Out of this world hotdogs...I know hotdogs but seriously must try! Try the guacadog or the curious frank. Also vegetarian friendly with tofu option. Bar with wine and beer.”