Forth and Nomad, a lifestyle marketplace of clothing, home goods and wellness, has carved out a full-service coffee and pastry bar in its 4,500-square-foot store at 731 Yale St. in the Heights. The Coffee Bar at Forth and Nomad sells craft coffee, espresso and seasonal drinks and pastries from downtown Houston bakery Koffeteria and Magnol French Baking in Uptown. Tea from TeaSip, a local producer of organic tea, is on the menu.
The coffee bar adds to other new offerings that include the Candle Bar, where customers can create custom scents, and Baby Nomad, which offers clothing and products for babies and toddlers. The store has a 1,000-square-foot patio with outdoor seating.
“When we founded Forth and Nomad in 2017, we sought to create an ever-evolving space that features carefully curated products from emerging brands,” co-founder Morgan Sommer said in an announcement. “Three years later, we’re exploring new, big ways to serve our loyal community of customers. The Coffee Bar at Forth and Nomad — a place where people can relax, recharge and work on their dreams or their day job — is so fitting for our broader mission of cultivating an environment that allows space for productive self-expression and community.”
The coffee bar will operate from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. on weekdays and from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m on weekends.
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