This week-our stop was Bean and Grape--at 3211 W. Wadley Avenue in Midland..... This is a different kind of shop as the serve alcoholic beverages as well as great coffee and food, too! From the moment you walk in--you can tell this is where the "in" crowd assembles on the weekend to enjoy Sunday brunch and the mimosa's! That, of course, is what we opted to partake in--so I can't speak from a place of experience when it comes to the coffee this time... But my wife had both. Mimosa with breakfast, coffee on the way out.

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You can get the Mimosa's two different ways--by the glass or by the bottle. We opted for the glass--as we had to get back to the Lonestar 92.3 studios to decorate for Gwen's anniversary the next morning. To accompany the mimosa's, my wife ordered "The Egg  Plate"--two eggs with cheese, scrambled with sausage on the side and a yummy buttermilk biscuit. I had "The Three Egg Omelet" which includes spinach, mushrooms, and cheese in the omelet. I opted for no mushrooms. Both were very good! And of course the mimosa's went down smoothly.

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They also have a terrific selection of wines--something for every taste. A wine list that covers everything, whether you're a red or white fan--from sweet to dry and everything in between. As far as coffee goes--the one disappointing thing for me is that they don't do the blended cold coffee drinks there--so my wife ordered a hot mocha to go. Still--all in all it was a great experience and always good to keep it local!

Next week: River Coffee Company!

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