slice of strawberry cheesecake from a bakery in Houston

Where to Enjoy the Tastiest Cheesecake in Houston

Dating back to the ancient Greeks, cheesecake is now one of the world’s most popular desserts. Whether you enjoy a more traditional slice or an outside-of-the box-creation, several bakeries in Houston serve some of the best cheesecake in town. Those near our Houston apartments include:

Sweet Timez Bakery 

At Sweet Timez, the bakers start their day before the sun rises. They’re dedicated to freshness, and the smell of their baking often escapes onto the street before the shop opens. Cheesecake offerings include original, peach cobbler, and chocolate turtle. Sweet Timez starts welcoming customers at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday through Saturday. You can also easily place an order online. 

Grand Lux Cafe 

Offering a culinary journey around the world, the Grand Lux Cafe is where you’ll enjoy lavish dishes packed full of flavor. The chefs are known for their beautiful presentation, and they keep the menu new and exciting. You can sample everything from Asian short rib tacos to Parmesan-crusted pork chops. For dessert, enjoy a slice of the delectable cheesecake. The skilled pastry team makes this dessert favorite fresh. Choices include Godiva chocolate, strawberry,  and salted caramel. Grand Lux is open Sunday through Thursday until 10:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

Tiny Boxwoods 

A local favorite, Tiny Boxwoods offers a warm, casual setting. On a nice day, enjoy  time on the patio. It’s a fun place to meet up with friends and features towering trees, colorful flowers, and twinkling lights. During your visit, enjoy the goat cheese cheesecake. A customer favorite, it comes topped with whipped cream and strawberry balsamic sauce. 

After enjoying some cheesecake, curl up at home with a book from a locally owned bookstore in Houston. If you’re interested in becoming a resident of Monarch Medical Center, please contact us. Our team will schedule a tour where you can see our apartments in Houston firsthand. 

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