Between the Houston Zoo, Hermann Park, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston — or any number of roughly 20 cultural institutions — there’s no shortage of things to see and do in Houston’s Museum District. And recently, restaurants in the area have risen to the occasion. Here’s a quick guide of where to eat when visiting one of Houston’s favorite attractions.

In addition to the standard lattes and americanos, Bosta Kitchen has a range of specialty coffees, loose-leaf teas and cold beverages, as well as milk alternatives like soy, almond and coconut milk. The coffee alone is worth the trip, but its ambience is what will make you want to stick around. The space is quiet and low-key, perfectly suited for a small-group work meeting, a catch-up chat with an old friend, or some alone time with a good cup of coffee and dog-eared paperback. In the evening, the tables glow with small candles, making it a nice spot for an after-dinner cappuccino or glass of wine.

Its beverage options are accompanied by a modest food menu that includes brunch, lunch and dinner dishes (depending on the time of day), and some pastries are available as well. For an extra special treat, try the “Naughty Latte” — a latte made with Nutella, whipped cream and chocolate. You won’t even need dessert.

Best for: Coffee/Brunch