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The vibrant Houston coffee culture unites for the city’s second Caffeine Crawl

Beer lovers have pub crawls and wine lovers have wine tours. Coffee lovers have…Caffeine Crawl! February 21st will bring the magic back to Houston with the city’s second Caffeine Crawl following the San Diego event in January. Caffeine Crawl is a product of the innovative team at The LAB, a beverage marketing and creative firm based in Kansas City, Fort Collins and Portland. From the first Caffeine Crawl in 2011 to the current 15-city line up this year, response has been phenomenal. Grab your travel mug – the buzz is already building!

With so much growth and innovation in the Houston coffee scene since our first event in February 2014, this year is sure to be incredible. All routes will kickoff at Honeymoon Cafe and Bar by Boomtown Coffee and with special guest Tejas Chocolate before heading out with their tour guide by car or bike for a day of caffeinated tasting, learning and fun. Stops include Blacksmith Coffee, Catalina Coffee, Double Trouble, Eatsie Boys, Mercantile, Paper Co., Retrospect Coffee Bar, Siphon Coffee and Southside Espresso.

Each stop will involve a unique, educational presentation and a sample of coffee, tea, or chocolate, and you’ll receive an event bag full of fabulous swag and treats. If you are a fan of pourover brews, espresso, learning more about the coffee process, or simply love holding a warm cup of specialty coffee in your hands, Caffeine Crawl is the event for you! Come with us as we meet the everyday heroes behind our morning cups of beverage goodness.

Tickets for the Caffeine Crawl cost $28 (biking or driving routes available) and early bird discounts apply through January 2nd. Tickets can be purchased at

For a unique interactive experience that is educational, delicious and fun, Caffeine Crawl can’t be beat. See you there!

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