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Dishing and Dating at Cafes and Frozen Yogurt Shops in Houston

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Amateur writer, pianist, denizen of Houston and part-time GLBT activist

Nothing helps you chill out more than a relaxed date at a yogurt shop or cafe in Houston. Traveling means packing, rushing and experiencing new things together. The familiarity of an icy treat is sure to warm up your mood when you’re ready to experience the city with your favorite.

Marble Slab is one of the coolest places to hang out in Houston. The first store opened its doors in 1983, but now you can find a Marble Slab almost anywhere you decide to hang out in Houston and the surrounding areas. In fact, they even have a location now in Dubai. With aromatic waffle cones, tantalizing ice cream and real candy toppings, it is always a seductive pleasure to share.

Go healthy in Houston when you stop at Fruituzy in Dunvale or Ashford. This pastel parlor lets you do it yourself with a frozen yogurt bar featuring eight fresh flavors and amazing toppings. The fruit bar is luscious with seasonal faves such as raspberries and pineapple. If you get there early, you can share a healthy breakfast of oatmeal or cereal with yummy fruit toppings.

For a berry good time together, visit Berripop Frozen Yogurt with 10 locations in the Houston area. It’s colorful and clean, the ideal spot to unwind for a while. Connoisseurs of frozen yogurt flock to this appealing café that has Wi-Fi, so while you’re there can plan your agenda together for the rest of the day. The toppings there are out of this world.

Feel totally at ease at gay-owned Baby Barnaby’s on Fairview Street in Houston. Bring your date for mouthwatering breakfasts, casual lunches or a quick dinner before you head to the hot spots in Montrose. Check out their famous green eggs. There are also plenty of choices here for vegetarians.

If you’re looking for atmosphere and local charm, look no further than Cafe Adobe on Westheimer Road in Houston. The décor is fabulous with an upstairs bar deck and a fantastic fountain inside. The Tex Mex cuisine puts spice into your love life. The gay crowd gathers here every Monday night for the margaritas.

You’ll find a house of guys at the House Of Pies located on Kirby Street in Houston. Sometimes you just want to dish with a date over more traditional fare. The male dominated clientele here comes for the fresh pies and yummy burgers. There is also an array of dinner selections at any hour of the day when you both feel like noshing a bit.

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