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Humble City Cafe

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(7 Reviews)

200 E Main St, Humble, TX 77338

(281) 319-0200

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Today: 7:00 am - 3:30 pm
24
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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General Info
About the Humble City CafeWe are housed in the Pangburn Building, which was built in 1914. The Pangburn Building has been home to a Pharmacy, United States Post Office, Bus Stop, Grocery Store, the original "City Caf " and many others.Humble City Caf opened its doors in July of 1995. Tom Ott has owned the Pangburn Building since December of 1970. He believes in serving the freshest home cookin? with the friendliest service.No reservations are needed to enjoy the wooden enhanced interior that calls to mind gentler times with its tin-sign advertisements of familiar household items from a by-gone era lining the walls. A little country store is located just inside the front door, offering old-fashioned candy and reproduction toys and gifts.While families and groups are welcome, couples will find themselves comfortable in the down-home atmosphere with plenty to see and talk about both during and after the meal. The smells from the kitchen are pure memory-making Southern cooking. Peach tea, cornbread in a skillet, hand-made potato chips and the fruit cobblers are the signature dishes that keep locals and visitors coming back for more. The portions are huge, so make certain you come hungry!
Hours
Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (281) 319-0202

Primary Phone: (281) 446-0297

Fax: (281) 319-0202

Fax: (281) 319-0200

Payment method
all major credit cards
Price Range
$
Neighborhood
Humble
AKA

Humble City Cafe, LLC

Categories
American Restaurants, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Caterers, Coffee Shops, Restaurants, Soul Food Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: No

Cuisines: Southern, Soul, Caterers, American, Cafeterias, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Alcohol: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Below Average

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Miinnesota

05/21/2008

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Overall
Couldn't really recommend it


We visited Humble City Cafe recently, and found it to be mediocre at best. The chicken salad portion
was minimal, and my husband's burger was undercooked. The meal actually took about 25 minutes to get to the table, which was too long when the restaurant was not full. Also, the owner is an okay singer, but I would recommend a professional if you're going to have music. His attention should be focused on providing good meals, value for money, and faster service.

nanooot

10/29/2007

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Overall
what happen

The owner of this place is a freak. This place used to be good back when it first opened. Now some weird old guy owns it and likes to sing. What happen to the way it used to be.. Food has gone down hill fast. Sad!!!

mzerach

07/24/2005

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Overall
High Family Value Cafe

My wife and I thouroughly enjoy our meals at Humble City Cafe. We drive from Copperfield to Humble about twice a month to get our southern home cooked meal. The staff are friendly and will take good care of you. Prices seem lower than average, but the food quality is higher and consistant. I wish the pancakes were better, the batter used seems store bought. After the meal it is fun to browse the gift shop and the antique store upstairs. And if you are lucky you can catch the owner singer throughout the diner.

antiquelady

05/07/2005

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Michigan Visitors

We were in Texas for our aunt's 75th birthday celebration and we all went to this restaurant for dinner--all 11 of us. I had the real country fried steak--not like up north--and I think I would make a trip back just to have it again. Everyone loved their food and the atmosphere was lots of fun. The portions are huge so make sure you ask how large the serving will be when you order. The cornbread with the honey-cinnamon butter was brought out hot and was a great beginning to a wonderful meal with our family. Thaks Humble City Cafe for a great memory!

jensnowden

11/12/2002

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Overall
Down Home Food

This place is fun and the food is good and a good value. The Cafe is located in Downtown Humble in an old building. It's a child friendly place with lots of room. We've have eaten there many times and the only con is that the staff can be slow on occasion. The food has always been good whether it be the chicken fried steak, fried catfish, hamburgers, salads etc.

med1971

08/13/2002

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Overall
Comfort food at it's best

All I have to say is good things about this place. To start, they have fresh made potato chips!! The small chicken fried steak is HUGE!! Wonderful side dishes. The kids menu is good also. The kids even get Oreo's for dessert!!

The restrooms are good size & always clean.