Bosta Coffee and Wine: Bomb Ass Coffee in the Museum District



Caffeine makes me nuts and milk makes me fart..point, blank, period. So I rarely get to enjoy a good cup of joe, latte or cappuccino! I can only have almond milk but I find that sometimes it alters the taste of my beverage. Bosta Coffee and Wine has all the necessary “coffee accouterments” to please any mercurial belly and when paired with their deliciously delectable food you will think you have died and gone to heaven.



Caramel Flat white with Almond Milk

Bosta’s food menu compliments its modern vibe with a selection of salads, panino’s (that’s what they call them) and charcuterie sharables. The Panino’s look and smell amazing. The perfectly crispy bread and ooey-gooey cheese makes them hard  to resist. Their salads are simply beautiful and oh-so fragrant. They pop with color against the deep white salads bowls.


Caesar Salad  – white anchovy, crispy egg, Parmesan, lemon vinaigrette.


Prosciutto Panino  – italian ham, smoked mozzarella, arugula

I LOVE BOSTA.. did I say that already?

It’s very rare that you find a place in the museum district that has it own FREE PARKING, FREE WIFI (password: vegetables, thank me later) , great food and beverage, dope decor and  impeccable service. Hell, the water is even the bomb here. This is my kind of place.  Bosta is open Daily from 7am – Midnight. I arrived around 4 pm and was the only person in the place, with the exception of a well dressed African American gentleman who was getting his coffee to go.  Upon entry I was greeted, provided with a menu by a super trendy, male barista with bangs who poured my water.


The walls are lined with rectangle tables that seat 4 comfortably. The tables are light and made to move with ease. We asked one of the staff members if we could move some (prior to doing so) and he said “heck yea” so we pushed a couple together for our meeting.


Bosta is GREAT for small group meetings or an after work “kick-back.” In addition to the tables there are comfy couches tucked away in the corners and a dog friendly patio outdoors facing Binz St.

Note: due to the setup with the bar in the middle the place can get a little noisey when busy.

This is a kid-friendly place. So should you be enjoying a weekend at the Children’s Museum (Directly across the street) and need a little pick me up after chasing children for hours check them out. You won’t be disappointed.

  • Caramel flat white with almond milk – $3.00
  • Prosciutto Panino (italian ham, smoked mozzarella, arugula) – $12.00
  • Caesar Salad  (white anchovy, crispy egg, parmesan, lemon vinaigrette) – $12.00


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